Sweater weather has finally arrived but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s time to swap your houseplants for heirloom pumpkins. In fact, the two can be styled side-by-side for this year’s fall look, you just have to choose houseplants that adapt positively to less sunlight and water/humidity. Not only will these low maintenance plants be the perfect match to your pumpkins, they should
last you through this year’s holiday season and in to the new year.
Wear underwear made with materials that are breathable, such as cotton …that is, if you decide to wear any underwear at all. That’s right! The next best thing for your lady parts on a ride, besides cotton panties, is rockin’ the ride commando.
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There are several ways to empower women and it has never been so important to understand why or how. No matter a woman’s race, ethnicity, sexual preference or social status, we can support each and every one of them with hopes of gaining gender equality, social justice and protected rights.
When the temps are at a record high and you just can’t beat the heat, fruit is always a refreshing, summer go to. It’s perfect for breakfast, cookouts, parties, beach days, smoothies, picnics… the list goes on! Let’s be honest though, it’s definitely easier to just grab pre-cut fruit at the grocery store, especially on a hot summer day. It’s already made which saves you time and a big juicy mess in the kitchen but you’re missing out on some excellent benefits by not creating a fruit bowl right at home. So the next time you go to buy pre-cut fruit, consider these five simple reasons to make your own bowl.
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