Whether you love or hate cleaning is more than just a personality quirk. You can already tell something about a person just by looking at how they do the dishes and where they store their clothes.
At the beginning of 2019, a Reddit user named CuteBananaMuffin shared his story about a really bad first date. The post attracted a lot of attention from people online.
This 88-year-old woman, Edna, has lived “off the grid” since 1960, in an old log home built 83 years ago by her father. Her home has no electricity or running water, and she has a cellar for her fridge.
The dog park can be a wonderful place to exercise your dog, get him better socialized, and most of all have some fun! But, nothing ruins a trip to the dog park like owners who ignore dog park etiquette.
To say that Denmark is having a culinary "moment" isn’t entirely accurate. The truth is the country has been at the forefront of edible innovation for well over a decade.
Every year at IMM Cologne, young designers are given a platform to debut their concepts through the Pure Talents Contest. Here are three really smart designs that caught our eye.
In this Hell’s Kitchen S18E5 recap, a strong, confident chef goes home and no one feels safe from elimination going forward. Ready for the Hell’s Kitchen S18E5 recap? The Hell’s Kitchen Rookies versus Veteran experiment ended last week, and we have returned to the classic men against women format.
This tiny kitchen was making its owner feel claustrophobic. All it took was $30 and a couple of hours to add breathing room—and beauty—without losing any storage space.
You’ve probably had or used a loofah sponge in your life, whether in the bath or for cleaning around the house. But did you know it was made from a vegetable? While much of the marketing of loofahs shows the sponge in a seaside setting, surrounded by seashells and the like, loofahs are not the remains of an oceanic creature (unlike sea sponges).