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Entertainment
by Amerowolf
5 years ago
Tomb Raider History - Things You Didn't Know About Lara Croft and Tomb Raider

While counting down the days until the latest release in the Tomb Raider franchise, Rise of the Tomb Raider, makes its appearance, it seems as good a time as any to look back on the woman behind the crypts. 

Beauty
by Amerowolf
8 years ago
It's Not Just For Food: Olive Oil and Hair Care

You may know that olive oil can make a lot of food delicious and healthy, but it also is a natural way to treat your hair. Hair dyes and certain hair products leave your hair dry and chemically damaged, the beauty industry has led you to believe that in order to fix your hair you need expensive shampoos and oil treatments for your hair.

Lifestyle
by Amerowolf
7 years ago
9 Tips to Improve Your Thanksgiving Turkey

You've cooked the same old turkey for years. It's pretty good, but everything could always be better. The turkey cooking could have easier cooking, it could be browner, it could be more juicy or tastier. There are infinite ways you could improve the turkey that you bring to the table. Turn your average turkey into some kind of super turkey with the following tips. 

Lifestyle
by Amerowolf
7 years ago
Flavorful Sandwich Wrap Recipes

Somewhere along the line, the health craze deemed that bread that was not whole grain to be bad for you. This set off an odd trend of replacing bread with tortillas. So the sandwich became sandwich wraps and everybody started eating them. Even McDonald's has sandwich wraps for you to enjoy. All the traditional ingredients of a sandwich ditched the white bread and became all rolled up in a nice satisfying tortilla shell.

Pets & Animals
by Amerowolf
7 years ago
How To Give a Dog A Bath

Some dogs are almost cat-like in their hygiene practices and need baths very rarely. Most dogs however believe the finest smelling perfume for their coats if horse droppings. Dogs love to romp and during these romps, they love to roll. You cannot watch them all the time and rolling in things is not something you can train out of your dogs.

Lifestyle
by Amerowolf
7 years ago
What About Jack? - What To Do With Pumpkins After Halloween

Once Halloween is past what does one do with old scary Jack and his faceless orange friends? You can keep uncarved pumpkins as decoration until after Thanksgiving for decoration, but every pumpkin has an expiration date. If you just ignore them, you'll find yourself with a bad smelling rotting pumpkin on the stoop and scrubbing in vain to remove the stains left by the decomposing juices.

Health
by Amerowolf
7 years ago
GERD Triggers - Foods That Trigger Heart Burn

Whether you just want to avoid random bouts of heart burn or have a chronic condition like Acid Reflux Disease or Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) it is best to know what causes that awful keep-you-up-all-night condition. There are certain foods that trigger heart burn, some of them are obvious like acidic foods such as tomato sauce. However, others are significantly less obvious and sometimes even surprising.

Home & Garden
by Amerowolf
7 years ago
Bugs Everywhere! - Dealing With Common Garden Pests

The toughest thing about gardening-aside from getting plants to grow-is keeping the pests off them. Between the weeding and the watering, gardeners have their hands full with growing their organic produce and pretty flowers. However, there is a war happening over your garden about who gets to eat the plant. A war between man and bug, it is bloody and never ending. These can be easily dealt with chemical pesticides, but what is the point of growing your own fresh produce if it has the same chemicals the store bought stuff does. As they say, the best defense is a good offence, so here are some natural ways to deal with common garden pests.

Lifestyle
by Amerowolf
7 years ago
Dangerous Dining: The World's Most Dangerous Delicacies

Humans are strange creatures, to be sure, what with smearing colorful mush on our faces to attract paramours and find nonsense like the Harlem Shake entertaining. However, what makes us so uniquely strange is our ability to utterly ignore our survival instincts. We jump out of planes, we pick fights with large hairy bikers, and most importantly we eat food that we know full well has a chance to kill us.

Lifestyle
by Amerowolf
8 years ago
How to Create an Emergency Preparedness Go-bag

You may not buy into the World War III race war zombie apocalypse or 2012 apocalypse theories that are out there. However it is never a bad idea to be prepared for the worst. You may not need it for the end of the world but you cannot live anywhere without being at risk for a natural disaster. One of the best things you can do to be prepared for an emergency is to have an emergency preparedness grab bag.

Lifestyle
by Amerowolf
7 years ago
Oops! - Common Cooking Mistakes

Cooking is like an art form. A tasty one, where after you finish the masterpiece you get to eat it. However, as with all art innovation cannot come without experimentation. With experimentation comes some mistakes, even cooking basic things with a recipe things can go wrong. Newer cooks tend to learn this the hard way. However, before you heat up the burners and preheat the oven, why not take a read through this list and make sure you are not falling into these common cooking mistakes.

Lifestyle
by Amerowolf
7 years ago
The 'Un-Beet-Able' Vegetable - The Health Benefits of Beets

Most people do not consider beets to be anything more than messy and fun to throw at cars. However, the hearty blood colored root is actually an amazing source of nutrients. Though most peoples' taste for beets may have been ruined after their parents forced them to eat it.

Lifestyle
by Amerowolf
6 years ago
Mother's Day Gift Ideas for Those That Live Far Away From Mom

There are lots of nice things to do for Mother's Day, but many require actually being able to visit said mother. Some choose to move away from home while some mother's choose to fly the coop to somewhere nicer after all their kids leave, so that limits classic Mother's Day activities like making breakfast in bed or regifting Valentine's Day staples of flowers and chocolate from the store. However, a simple phone call saying "Happy Mother's Day" seems like it is never quite enough. Fret not, fearful children! There are more than a few different options to do just a little bit more this Mother's Day. Some are affordable, some are simple and some are just plain creative, but regardless all of them are sure to be appreciated.

Lifestyle
by Amerowolf
7 years ago
Is Tea Bad For You? - What Poisons Are Lurking In Your Cup?

A general rule of the universe is "all things in moderation," however many people find this rule hard to follow. Many believe that if there are two things you cannot overindulge on, it is tea and water. It is simply not true, drinking too much water results in getting kidney damage and essentially becoming drink of water. So there much be some negative aspects of drinking too much tea as well.

Health
by Amerowolf
5 years ago
What Common Food Cravings Mean and Healthy Foods to Satisfy Them

Everyone has had a food craving at some point in their life, whether they realize it or not. It may be there the salty goodness of potato chips, the sweet creaminess of ice cream or the richness of chocolate, but it has been craved to the point where it is impossible to resist. Expecting mothers and hardcore bodybuilders know that cravings are your brain's way of letting you know it is missing some value able piece of nutrients in the body. However, it is easy to decode what your body needs based on what food it craves; there are also healthy ways to satisfy these cravings.

Lifestyle
by Amerowolf
6 years ago
10 Ideas to Make Camping Out In Your Backyard Fun

Summer is the season for camping, but camping out in the wilderness with kids can be a bit of a task. However, backyard camping takes a lot of the stress out of camping with the kids. Campers can have all the fun of camping with bathrooms right nearby. The downside to camping in the backyard is that there are all those indoor temptations--video games, TV, ect--that can often cut a camping trip short, so parents really have to work hard to keep their kids entertained and earn that quality family time.

Lifestyle
by Amerowolf
7 years ago
Wilderness Survival - How to Purify Water Without a Filter

When out in the wilderness, lost or otherwise, there are three basic necessities you need to tend to--Fire, shelter and water. Hikers and campers usually do not carry enough water to help them survive being lost or stranded in the wilderness for more than a day. Whether the climate is hot or cold, people need about two quarts of water per day and that is without strenuous exercise or extreme heat.

Pets & Animals
by Amerowolf
5 years ago
How to Winterize Your Outdoor Doghouse

The temperatures are dropping and everyone is prepping for a long couple of months indoors. If your dog spends most of his day outdoors, it is important for dog owners to make sure they winterize their dog house as well as their own human house. Every winter there is a whole slew of pet articles all over the world about abused pups left out in the cold in poor living conditions. However, winter doesn't have to be a miserable season for dogs, with a little winterization; it can be as pleasant as any other. Proper pet owners will have little problem spending an afternoon making sure that their dog is warm and happy all through the snowy winter months.

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