Find out how being polite plays to your advantage—and why you should always skip snacking on the fruit garnishes—with these pieces of advice.
In many cases, all it takes to keep a burglar out is a locked door. But some burglars are a bit craftier and may use one of these more creative methods to break into your home.
Looking for clever ways to save time and money around the house? Reader’s Digest‘s Brett Walther reveals extraordinary uses for ordinary things on the Monday, May 7, episode of The Marilyn Denis Show!
Who better to get advice on home protection than FBI agents who have studied and observed the minds of criminals?
Say “I do” to a no-drama, on-budget marriage with the help of this expert advice.
Ammonia often plays second fiddle to bleach, but it’s one of the most powerful cleaning products in your arsenal. Here are 20 new ways to put ammonia to work around the house.
You know you’ll be asked at your next job interview about any significant breaks from work. Here’s how to answer without looking like a slacker.
You can’t escape them.
Call it the smartphone version of frostbite.
Got more candy canes than you could possibly eat? Here are five tasteful ways to use candy canes around the house.
Whether you’re hanging Christmas lights or questioning poinsettias, protect your home and family by approaching holiday decorating safely.
With these pro packing tips, you’ll never have to wrangle with tangled lights, clean up crushed ornaments, or blow layers of dust off your wreath again!
From deli meat to jarred condiments, here are six foods you should never, ever take a risk on.
Is it bad to leave your phone plugged in overnight? Do you have to wait until your battery dies to charge your phone? Tech experts reveal the truth.
Tired of harsh chemicals taking over your home? Scrub out stains, clean your home and freshen up your favourite clothes with the pure power of borax.
Don’t throw out those Styrofoam packing chips the next time you get a parcel! Here are six inspired ways to put Styrofoam to good use around the house.
Commonly used to mask off areas when painting, masking tape is uncommonly versatile and comes in handy all over the house. Time to root through your junk drawer for that old roll that’s lurking near the back-we’ve got six clever new ways to put masking tape to work.
Whether you have one, want one, or wish they’d all disappear, the Mo has made its comeback. Just in time for Movember, the author of One Thousand Moustaches lets us in on some hairy secrets.
It’s easy to see the appeal of moving from a big home into a compact space that requires less maintenance. But the process involves careful planning. Here are seven tips to make sure you find the right fit.
Every one of these Halloween face paint ideas has its own unique characteristics, regardless of what kind of look your child is going for.