Entries by Cory Taggart

Wanted: College Dorm Organization

No matter what dorm you spent your college days in, we can all agree on one thing: it was tiny. It might seem spacious before you move in when you just see a bunk bed and some desks, but trust us–appearances can be deceiving. You also don’t have the luxury of storing stuff in other […]

Potato Salad Recipes With Extra A-Peel

Summer is here, and that means picnics, barbeques, and cookouts- and no gathering would be complete without potato salad. While the standard is a crowd-favorite, these unique spins give your dish a burst of flavor and fun. And if the task of peeling ALL…THOSE…POTATOES sounds a little daunting, don’t forget to use your Tater Gator […]

Exercising with Arthritis

When you have arthritis, it can be difficult to stay active. The pain in your joints means even simple exercises are a chore. But it’s also important to keep moving. According to the Mayo Clinic, exercising with arthritis will increase flexibility, combat fatigue, and ultimately reduce joint pain. Diving headfirst into calisthenics isn’t the way […]

Caring for your Kitchen Sponge

Sponges: they help us clean, they’re multi-purpose, and they make for surprisingly good television. Caring for your household sponge might seem like a silly thing to worry about at first. After all, they’re designed to be used for a while then thrown away. While it’s true you should toss out used sponges after a certain […]

Healthy Dinners to Make With the Family

Cooking with kids can sometimes be a challenge, even when you’re making easy recipes you know they’ll love. Pasta, tacos, and pizza might be tasty, but we all get tired of making and eating the same thing week after week (except maybe that five-year-old that’s only been eating fish sticks for the past two years). […]

How To Wrap A Gift Perfectly

Whether it’s a Christmas gift or a birthday present, something for Hanukah or even just because, wrapping a gift perfectly is almost impossible. You could always use a gift bag–especially if the object is oddly shaped–but being able to use wrapping paper properly is important. And there’s always the risk of not having quite enough […]