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- Astrology.com Home and Garden Horoscopes | At Home – Thu, Jan 12, 2012 1:27 PM EST
Aries (March 21 - April 19)
Be of service to someone today. Your friend with a head cold will appreciate chicken soup. Organic broth and veggies from the health food store will be easy and quick to combine for a meal that will warm both your hearts, even though you cannot eat it together.
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Taurus (April 20 - May 20)
Don't be afraid to spice up your life with a wild outfit today. Break out of your humdrum routine; make a meal from packaged food this week. Seek recipes or food with fresh ginger as one of the ingredients and let your taste buds feel the tingle.
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Gemini (May 21 - June 21)
Be meticulous when listing your achievements. Cut to the chase when asking your boss for a mid-year raise.
Lively livingroomBy Brian Underwood
After losing her job, reader Francesca Mingione needed some help bouncing back. To the rescue: the Woman's Day makeover team, who transformed her living room into a cheery space that matches her hopeful new outlook. "I was nervous about the new paint color," Mingione says. "But it's so cheerful, I can't help but be happy when I'm in there." Produced by Ayn-Monique Khlare; styled by Chip Cordelli. Photo credit: Annie Schlechter
How to create a welcoming space
Organize a "campfire circle."
Arrange seating in groups around a single element like a coffee table or ottoman to encourage conversation. Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams Cynthia Sofa, $3,480 as shown; mgbwhome.com. Home Decorators Parsons Table, $229; homedecorators.com. Ballard Designs Lotus Garden Seats, $159 each; ballarddesigns.com. West Elm Parsons Side Table, $199; westelm.com.
Have fun with color.
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Woman Gazing Off
I used to start jotting down notes for my holiday letter right after Labor Day. Summing up what my family and I had done over the year was a cherished ritual I thought I'd never abandon. Yet now, thanks to Facebook, e-mail, text messages, and YouTube, everybody on my list gets regular updates complete with pictures and videos. Not only that, but I enjoy Skype visits fairly often with my far-flung relatives. Consequently, an annual missive would be redundant. I've stopped writing one. I've also stopped buying boxes of expensive Christmas cards and rolls of stamps. When I think back on all the work and money that went into my bulk mailing, I don't miss any of that at all - certainly not the time I spent handwriting the addresses on the envelopes and penning personal notes to many of the recipients.
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Wall CalendarDid you vow to get (or stay) organized this year? These products - which help you organize everything from your kitchen to your purse - will make it that much easier to stick to your resolution. From a huge wall calendar to a brilliant makeup organizer, you're sure to find a product (or 8!) that will help you channel your inner neat-freak.Read More »from 8 Products That'll Get You Organized This Year
1. Wall Calendar
Between soccer practice, piano lessons, and date night, there are so many activities ... and so little time. Keep your family's schedule organized with this handy wall calendar decal. You can stick it anywhere you want without messing up your walls and move it again if you change your mind (or as the kids grow taller!). It uses ordinary chalk.
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Gift Wrap Organizer
2. Gift Wrap Organizer
Now that the holidays are over, you'll need a place to stick all that gift wrap. Keep things tidy now, and you'll save yourself loads of time for the next holiday season. The cool thing about this organizer is you can customize it to hold the
You sent them in, and Ellen loved them! Take a look at these hilarious police reports. It's hard to believe they're real, but they are!
The say-anything funnyman is back again to host the Golden Globes, and he dropped by to tell Ellen how he's preparing for the big night!
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If you've stumbled upon a bottle of spirits that's not fit for a mixed drink, reuse it as a handy household solution. While it's pricier than rubbing alcohol, this bar staple has the same antiseptic properties, making it a clever replacement in a pinch. Here are spirited ways to put it to use. -Jennifer Stimpson
See all 10 uses for vodka on thisoldhouse.com!
1. Kill Weeds
Mix 1 ounce of vodka, a few drops of liquid dish soap, and 2 cups of water in a spray bottle. Apply on a sunny day to broadleaf weeds that grow in direct sunlight; the vodka will help remove the leaves' waxy coating, causing them to dry out.
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2. Remove Rust from Screws
Leave a weathered screw in vodka for just a few hours, then wipe to get rid of rust.
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3. Stop Odors
Boots smelling ripe? Spritz the insides with diluted vodka; let dry. No more odor.
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Taking a course in human anatomy is required for those preparing for healthcare careers as well as those already in medical school. Human anatomy is often offered during undergraduate years because it gives students an understanding into human anatomic functions and structure. It's also the foundation for further research as well as lab activity in the identification of disease.
One reason why students are often surprised at the rigor involved in studying human anatomy, is its complexity. It is not enough to memorize the separate body parts and organs. Students should also be fully versed in how they interact and interrelate to one another. Comprehending the human anatomy in its ideal state enables students to then assess the influences of foreign objects, viruses and illness once they're introduced into the human body.
In certain contexts, there are lab based applications of the course that students should be proficient in. These include diagnostic procedures suchRead More »from A Basic Look at Human Anatomy Courses
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