Good for more than just cooking, here are five new ways you can put spice to work.
You may be unable to turn water into wine, but you can turn the corks from your empty wine bottles into 13 useful things. Read on to find out how.
The unexpected benefits of coconut oil: It cleans, repairs, and refreshes your home.
Check out our rubbing alcohol facts to find out how to clean your bathroom, remove stains and kill ticks.
Don’t hold the mayo! It can be a great ingredient to have around: you can spread it on skin for an instant facial, slather it on your car to get it clean and more. Want to know what to do with mayo? Keep reading!
Are those old wire hangers in your closet gathering more dust than coats? Make them useful again whenever you do caulking jobs, hang plants, paint, and more!
The best places in your home for creativity, exercise, and online productivity are not where you’d expect.
Mason jars are rustic and fun and have endless possibilities. Whether you want to use them for snacks, soups, drinks, or more, you’ll have lots of options.
There’s not all that much paper floating around our homes and offices in this digital age, but that’s no reason to toss out your old clipboards! Here are six clever ways to use clipboards all around the house.
Take advantage of these neat tips and let your phone keep your life together.
Baby powder is a handy item to have around to help soothe a baby’s diaper rash or prevent chafing. However, it also has some surprising household uses.
Has winter weather turned your driveway into a skating rink? Here are five of the most effective ways to de-ice your driveway and walkways—with tips on how to prevent ice from accumulating in the first place.
Even if you’ve moved your entire music collection to your smartphone, those old compact discs can still come in handy. Here are 10 brilliant ways to put CDs to work all around the house.
To celebrate 70 years of being Canada’s most trusted brand, we’ve rounded up Reader’s Digest’s best advice ever. These life lessons are as valuable today as when they first appeared in the pages of Reader’s Digest magazine.
Mind your manners and you’ll get an invite back.
If you’re only using club soda to mix a fancy cocktail, you’re only tapping a fraction of its potential. From preparing breakfast to removing rust, club soda is one of the most versatile ingredients in your housekeeping arsenal. Here’s how to put it to work!
No watch? No problem! Here are five back-to-basics ways to tell the time, no matter where—or when!—you roam.
Host a gathering that everyone – at any age – will enjoy.
Host your family and friends in style this holiday season with these smart, budget-friendly table-setting ideas.
Don’t toss those leftover scraps of wrapping paper in the recycling bin just yet! Here are five simple ways to repurpose gift wrap around the house.