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How to Reduce the Dust Mite Population in Your Home
Many of us are aware that the presence of dust mites is associated with reduced respiratory health and can trigger asthma and other respiratory or allergic related attacks. Reducing the population in your home is an important task to help protect your family's health. More ...

Vincent van Gogh Mental Illness Creates Masterpieces
Although Vincent van Gogh's life was tormented by mental illness and misfortune, he is now considered one of the greatest painters that ever lived. More ...

Grocery Store Psychological Tricks
As soon as you enter a grocery store you are exposed to psychological manipulations. In this article, I expose one of those psychological manipulations known as anchoring. With the knowledge revealed in this article, you can avoid falling for grocery store psychological tricks. More ...

How to Make Your Own Video Game
Designing a video game is no small task, but if you have an idea that is too good to NOT make, there is no better time than now get started. Here's how. More ...

How to Improve Your Memory
Everyone can take steps to improve their memory, and with time and practice most people can gain the ability to memorize seemingly impossible amounts of information, this article can get you started. More ...

How to Hold a Successful Garage Sale
Looking for a great way to get rid of your household clutter and make some extra cash at the same time? A garage sale or yard sale may be just the ticket. Garage sales are easy to plan and manage, and they can turn large, unwieldy old lamps and dishes into smaller, more manageable piles of cash. More ...

How to Make a Teddy Bear Using Felt
It's common to give a teddy bear as a gift to a child or a loved one, but it is rare to give a teddy bear that you made yourself. Here's how to make a teddy bear using felt. More ...

Making My Own Metal Detector!
A basic metal detector consists of an electronic box and battery case on one end, with a brace or handle for the operator's arm. An insulated wire wraps around a telescoping shaft and into a round plastic disk called the coil. This disk comes off the shaft at an angle which allows it to be held parallel to the ground. More ...

How to Deliver Effective Presentations
Giving presentations to audiences, large or small, can be a daunting and anxiety-ridden task. You're going to be in front of a group of people, some you may know, some may be total strangers. You're on stage, all eyes are on you, the audience has high expectations or they wouldn't be there. More ...

The Wizard of Menlo Park
In school, young Thomas Alva Edison's mind often wandered. His teacher called him addled, meaning confused and unable to think clearly. That's way Edison had only three months of formal schooling. More ...

Gift Giving Etiquette at Work
Most employed people want to give gifts for the holidays but only a few people feel confident that it'll be the right thing to do. In this article, I'll provide a general guide to proper gift giving at work. More ...

The Creativity of Albert Einstein
During one of Einstein's daydreams he imagined himself traveling through space at close to the speed of light. From visions in this dream he published what became known as The Special Theory of Relativity. More ...

Creativity Misconceptions
Before you learn how to be more creative, it's probably wise to first dispel some of the myths about creativity. For example: Some people are more creative than others because they favor the right side of their brain. More ...