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How to choose the right table saw

Believe it or not the most expensive tool is not always the right tool. I can honestly say this from experience. I've had tools that I payed a small fortune for, sit on the shelf while I use a similar one for which I payed only a fraction of the other's cost. That's a hard pill to swallow, when... More

How words hurt

So often people's tongues can cut like a knife. And irrespective of the old adage "sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me," the ones on the receiving end of nasty taunts know otherwise. Far too often some words can tear at your very core, hit a home runner much better... More

How to change the display settings in Windows XP

Changing the display settings on Windows XP is rather simple. There is actually really only one settings window that you need to use in order to set almost all the display settings for an XP computer. This will bring up a short menu of options. You want to click on Properties. This will bring up a... More

How to end a sole proprietorship

There are no mandatory steps that must be taken in order to dissolve a sole proprietorship in the United States. This is due to the fact that a sole proprietorship is not a separate or formal legal entity. Rather, the term is used to described a person who is doing business, sometimes under a... More

How often should you color your hair?

"How often do I need to color my hair?" Haircolor maintenance depends upon several things, whether you receive color in the salon or you're a do-it-yourselfer. Here's your basic guide. Temporary haircolor merely stains the hair shaft. It doesn't need hydrogen peroxide to fully develop, but it... More

Guys: How to achieve an emo hair style

Get Emo'd- Styling Tricks for Emo Heads So, you want that cool Emo-Style but just don't know how to get it? Here are some tips and tricks that are sure to get you that funky style you're dying for! First, you've gotta remember Emo-Style is not an set look- it's all about individuality and a vibe... More

How to be a good Little League baseball coach

It hardly seems possible that it has been 14 years since I managed my last game in youth baseball. 1994 ended a ten year run beginning with tee-ball and culminating with 13-14 year olds in the Pony leagues. For myself their were several attributes for any coach to be successful in molding... More

How to avoid varicose veins during pregnancy

Nearly 41 percent of women between ages 40 and 50 are affected by varicose and spider veins. Simply speaking, varicose veins are enlarged, discolored veins that occur anywhere a vein is close to the skin though it is most common in the legs and feet. The condition varies from a superficial... More

How to make a door wreath

When I was a young child my mom, my sister and I would make Christmas wreaths for all of the older women in our church. Most of these women were widowed and their families lived far away in other states. This tradition taught me what it meant to love others, and showed me the warmth you can get... More

How to install hardwood flooring

It is pet stained, water marked, frayed, worn, and most of all, it is impossible to clean. You have decided it is time to install new hardwood flooring. You have made an excellent choice. Hardwood is durable, dust-free, easy to clean, easier to maintain, and elegant. Hardwoods can be purchased in a... More