How to of the Day
Posted: 15 Feb 2020 04:00 PM PST
During the winter months, heating your house is often necessary. Unfortunately, it is also often expensive. There are some ways you can save your home heating bill, though. Free fixes such as adjusting your thermostat and closing the fireplace damper can help reduce your bill quickly and easily, while upgrades such as energy-efficient HVAC systems and storm windows can help you save a lot of money in the long run. With just a few adjustments, you can start saving on your monthly heating bill and still keep warm.
[Edit]Lowering Your Heating Costs For Free
[Edit]Modifying Your Home to Conserve Heat
[Edit]Upgrading Your Home Fixtures to Save Heat
Posted: 15 Feb 2020 08:00 AM PST
Dry eyes can cause a lot of discomfort, so you likely want relief fast. You may be able to moisten your eyes using home treatments, particularly castor oil eye drops. Additionally, lifestyle and dietary changes may help treat your dry eyes. If eye inflammation is causing your dry eyes, wash your eyelids to help reduce the inflammation and unclog your tear ducts. However, talk to your doctor before you use natural treatments and if your symptoms don't improve.
[Edit]Using Home Treatments
[Edit]Making Lifestyle Changes for Dry Eyes
[Edit]Relieving Dry Eyes with Dietary Changes
[Edit]Washing Your Eyelids to Treat Inflammation
[Edit]When to Seek Medical Care
Posted: 15 Feb 2020 12:00 AM PST
All kinds of things can puncture your bicycle tire when you're out on a ride. A puncture hole is an inconvenience, but fortunately, it's easy to fix with the right tools and tricks. First, remove the tire and locate the hole in the tube. Use a patch kit to glue a patch onto the hole. Inflate the tube to check your work, then reattach the tire to the wheel. You'll be back riding in no time.
[Edit]Finding the Puncture
[Edit]Patching the Hole
[Edit]Things You'll Need
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