• How to use tea tree oil for hair
    Hair Care,  Technology

    How to use tea tree oil for hair?

    Tea tree oil is almost a magical product to treat many hair and scalp problems. Here, we’ll discuss how to use tea tree oil for hair. It is a type of oil that is extracted from the leaves of the Melaleuca Alternifolia, a natural plant that is native to the northeast corner of New South Wales, Australia. Believe it or not, the aborigines of that area have used this plant hundreds of years ago.

  • How to fix a water damaged phone
    Technology

    How to fix a water damaged phone after a month

    The Smartphone dropped in water is something that I recently hear quite often, and I am asked what to do to remedy the damage. Blame the carelessness. It happened to a guy who had accidentally dropped his phone in the water of the toilet bowl (fortunately he had already flushed!). Let’s see how to fix a water damaged phone? 

  • Palm oil health risks
    Health

    Palm oil health risks: Is the oil so bad?

    Good Chefs! Today we will talk about a controversial issue that is sure to interest you: Palm oil health risks. This oil has become a very used element in all kinds of products but above all, in processed products that we eat from time to time but, how much truth is there in its dangers? Is it as bad as they paint it? Are they myths? Can I avoid consuming this oil? If you are concerned about your health and the composition of the foods you eat each day, stay to discover all the answers to these questions.

  • How to save money weekly
    Business

    How to save money weekly? The challenge of 52 weeks of savings

    When we depend on a budget, every penny can be important to savings daily. In times of crisis, it is essential to stretch the cost for 52-week money challenge. Each person can perform the calculations based on the currency used, whether the euro, the dollar, the ruble or the franc. Here, we’ll show how to save money weekly. In the same way, we can use different multiples, using coins of 2 units, of 3, of 5 … etc. Being able to adapt to the savings of all kinds of people, without taking into account their financial starting point.