Warm Clothing

How To : Layer clothing so you'll stay warm and look chic

Layering becomes a necessary skill to know during the fall and winter, when it's nigh impossible to get away with wearing just your favorite dress or t-shirt and nothing else. If you want to learn how to layer clothing so that you'll stay warm AND chic, check out this video f ...more

How To : Add pizazz to your flip flops with Gianny L

God knows there are a lot of shabby sandals around today. The only solution to the perfect pair of flip-flops is to mod them yourself. Add a little glamour to your sandals and see how to glam up your flip-flops in this video from GiannyL. This DIY closet hack is simple and ea ...more

How To : Wear a pashmina in different ways

Pashmina are warm soft clothes to be worn in cold and comes out well with your dress during evening or night parties. Wear it around the neck. Accentuating the back with loosely holding it with both hands with ends towards the front is another way of wrapping it. It can be a c ...more

How To : Dominate the New York Times Crossword Puzzle

First off, don't be frustrated. YOU CAN DO IT! Contrary to the message in the image above, it's NOT over. It's just beginning. And when it comes to solving the New York Times crossword puzzle, the old cliche does apply: practice makes perfect. I've read quite a few books and ...more

How To : Wear chunky knit sweater cardigan

Everyone wants to keep their hands warm, but here we are shown how to keep them warm with style as we are shown how Anna Saccone accessorizes, matches, and makes the warm winter dressing fashionable and exciting. From style of top to the type of footwear, Anna keeps the winter ...more

How To : Babysit an infant

Babysitting is the prime teenage job for young women to start learning responsibility and earning a wage, but it isn't all fun and games… you are dealing with an infant, which is far from fun, but it's money in your pocket. Earning a little extra money babysitting infants can ...more

How To : Be safe driving in the mountains

Worried about your driving on that next family trip through the mountains? If you love the mountains but worry about the dangers of driving in them, check out these ideas to help make your trip easier and more enjoyable. You Will Need: • Gas • Drinking water • Warm clothes ...more

How To : Warm up and stretch correctly before exercise

Those stretches you learned as a kid – called "static stretching" – can actually weaken muscles before exercise. Learn how to warm up the right way, with "dynamic" stretching. Watch this video to learn how to warm up and stretch correctly before exercise. You Will Need * Wel ...more

How To : Style hunter rain boots for fall and winter

Hunter boots, also called Wellingtons, are super comfortable almost knee-high boots that are fully waterproof for those rainy fall or snowy winter days. If you happen to have a pair, check out this fashion vid to see what clothes and accessories to pair with these babies. The ...more

How To : Properly use your dryer

Like most appliances in your home, if used properly, they can bring great results that will make things taste, look, or feel much better than before. A dryer is one of those appliances that if used correctly can result in bright clothes that are nice and warm. In this tutoria ...more

How To : Make a primitive wilderness loom

Staying warm is important to making sure that you survive. Whether it be the end of the world or you find yourself lost in the wilderness, keeping dry and warm is key to survival. In this two part tutorial find out how to make a primitive wilderness loom and a mat to sleep on. ...more

How To : Make a Long-Sleeved Draped Cardigan with Gianny L

A cardigan is greet for the winter months, but not very stylish, unless… you make one that's draped. Stay warm while looking trendy with this DIY draped cardigan idea from GiannyL. There's minimal sewing skills required for this awesome, chic and practical long sleeve draped ...more

How To : Design your own clothes with ombré dying

In this video, we learn how to design your own clothes with ombre dying. Start off by mixing up a dark color and a light color in 2 gallons of water each. Now, take your piece of fabric and place it into warm water until it's covered. Now, place this on a hanger, then dip the ...more

How To : Remove blood stains from fabric

Johnathan E. Stewart shows us how to remove blood stains from fabric in this tutorial. Your first step right after blood gets on your clothes is to rinse it with warm water and pat a wash cloth with soap and water on it. If the stain is more set in, grab hydrogen peroxide, soa ...more

How To : Design your own clothes & mix dye your clothes

Eddie teaches the secrets of designing your own clothes & mix dying your clothes. First mix together 1 tablespoon golden yellow, 1/2 teaspoon sunshine orange, 1/2 cup salt and 4 cups of hot water. Dip a piece of cloth to check the color, add more dye to make it darker or some ...more

How To : Properly wear leggings

This tutorial is about how to properly wear leggings. They come in all kinds of colors and some even have lace at the bottom. You can wear them as an accessory instead of in place of pants. You're using them to dress up your outfits. Tunics are a great clothing item to wear th ...more

How To : Make a mini skirt and matching top with Gianny L

The alluring and stylish GiannyL is the DIY fashion design guru of the web. Do-it-yourself has never been so sexy before. Her fashion design video tutorials make new outfits not only hot, but cheap and easy. And recycling and reusing old clothing is not only practical, but eco ...more

How To : Deal with an itchy pregnancy stomach

Increased blood supply and a growing belly contribute to pregnancy itch. Take these steps to reduce the itch and gain some calm. You Will Need * Moisturizer * Calamine lotion * Loose-fitting clothes Step 1 Avoid drying the skin with hot baths or showers. Take warm baths with ...more

News : 1. Smile

Beauty is skin-deep. But truth is, a lot of people will also judge you by how you look. There are people who don't necessarily look striking but still manage to be a knockout. How do they do it? Read on. Before you approach, meet or talk to anyone, SMILE. It's a very simple ...more

How To : Wash bras and panties

The most used and most washed articles of clothing are undergarments. Underwear, specifically bras and panties, are in desperate need of attention after each and every use. They're not like a pair of jeans, wearing them twice in a row is not a good idea, nor clean. Shabby’s no ...more

How To : Bathe a your gentle newborn baby

How to Bathe a Newborn Baby Patty Siegrist shares some tips on how to bathe a newborn baby on this BabyCenter video. Set up for the bath by setting the room temperature to 74 degrees 15 minutes before the bath. It is safe to bathe a newborn in a tub after the umbilical cord s ...more

How To : Get rid of chiggers

With summer just around the corner and the family spending more time outside insects such as chiggers can become an annoying hindrance to outdoor activities. Luckily, there are ways to deal with the little buggers with a little effort and some key items. Follow these tips to ...more

How To : Treat warts

Warts can be embarrassing – as well as contagious. Help minimize the chance you'll spread them to other parts of your body, or other people. You Will Need * Time * Healthy foods * A banana peel * An over-the-counter wart remover * Duct tape * A pumice stone or emery board * A ...more

How To : Work out with a hula-hoop

Spinning a weighted hoop is a great core workout and burns up to 100 calories every 10 minutes. You Will Need: * An oversize, 3-pound weighted hoop * Exercise clothing * An 8 sq. ft. space * Your favorite music (optional) * An exercise mat (optional) WARNING: Always consult a ...more

How To : Make your dorm room livable

A few handy tricks can turn your school cell into a cozy suite. You Will Need * A dorm room * An agreeable dorm mate * And some money Step 1. Investigate dorm room Investigate dorm specifics before you spend any money. What furniture is provided? What items are prohibited, ...more

How To : Deliver a baby in an emergency situation

The miracle of life is a beautiful thing, in theory. Delivering a baby in person is a messy and intense experience. If you ever find yourself needing to help with an emergency delivery keep your wits and these tips in mind. Step 1: Put down some sheets Put down some sheets, ...more

Scrabble Bingo of the Day : FINNESKO

Scrabble Bingo of the Day: * FINNESKO [n/pl.] A finnesko is a boot made of tanned reindeer skin, with the reindeer's fur on the outside. It's an especially good, warm boot for subarctic regions. These boots originate from the Sami, indigenous people from the cultural region o ...more

News : Fire Up Your Spirit at Canada's First Cold Sauna

Written By Bea Broda Nestled into the spectacular Okanagan region of British Columbia, the Sparkling Hill Resort is a 152-room resort and wellness hotel that offers traditional treatments, including reflexology, aromatherapy, soothing moor mud wraps and therapeutic massages, ...more

SCRABBLE, Sex & Wine : How One Man Gets the Girls in Bed

SCRABBLE may seem like a board game for word nerds only, but believe it or not, SCRABBLE can be used to lure thousands of hot women into your bed... at least that's what Clive Worth claims. Now, I wouldn't put much faith in his "words", but somewhere in this world of lonely b ...more

How To : Improve your life with chromotherapy

Research shows that color can have a powerful effect on our emotions. Start harnessing that power today. Watch this video to learn how to improve your life with chromotherapy. You Will Need * Colorful clothing * Colorful walls * Colorful furnishings Step 1. Incorporate colo ...more

How To : Clean with baking soda

When it comes to household versatility, baking soda is king. Here are just some of the many cleaning uses for baking soda. Cleaning tips: You Will Need: * Baking soda * Water * A sponge * A vacuum * Salt * White vinegar * Laundry detergent * A cotton swab * A toothbrush * A b ...more

News : Medieval peasant house

Hey everybody, here is my entry for the medieval building contest. I don't actually care if I win, it was just fun to think about. I have this great book series called The History of Private Life which goes into wonderful detail about how people did everyday things throughout ...more

HowTo : Eliminate Pit Stains, B.O. and Excessive Sweating

Jezebel's back with another Beauty 101 (1, 2, 3), and this time the issue at hand is body odor. Everybody gets a little stinky from time to time (some more than others), but have no fear- there are solutions. Jezebel readers also address problems such as pit stains, excessive ...more

How To : Go skinny-dipping

Always wanted to try skinny dipping but not sure quite how to get the ball rolling? There's not much to it but with a little bit of forward thinking you can make sure to get your friends on board while avoiding cops and an unwanted audience. Go for it – try a swim wearing onl ...more

How To : Keep warm sleeping in the forest

You know your going to have to sleep outside and you don’t know how to stave off the chill of the night. With the right equipment, some layering techniques and a full belly you be sure to get a good nights sleep even if it’s cold out. Don’t let the cold keep you indoors – lea ...more

News : Pissed Piss Line

I don't know f you can use this, but here goes: They make these realistic sex toys that you can fill with liquid and squirt. Fill one with clean warm water. Go to one of those places where people stand in line hoping to get into a club. Have two guys ride down the street on a ...more

How To : 8 Ways to Protect Your Skin from Winter Dryness

Though feeling cold during the winter is pretty unavoidable, you can definitely prevent the torment of having flaky, dry skin during the cold winter months. If you spend a lot of time indoors, use a humidifier if possible and avoid overusing the indoor heater. Take shorter sh ...more

How To : Make a Fire by Rubbing Two Sticks Together!

Here's a survival technique for making a fire with the most basic of resources—assuming you can find two sticks to rub together! Video: . With a little creative license, let's imagine you're cast away on a deserted island with little hope of rescue. In a situation like this, b ...more

News : How to Know if You Have West Nile Virus

When just floating peacefully in the water with their brood mates, the Culex mosquito larvae in the image above does not look very frightening. But in their adult form, they are the prime vector for spreading West Nile virus — a sometimes mild, sometimes fatal disease. Part o ...more

News : Happy News: Common Drugs May Save You from MRSA

Staphylococcus aureus is a widespread bacteria — about a third of us have it on our body right now — usually in our nose or on our skin. And it probably isn't causing an infection. But, about 1% of people who have Staphylococcus aureus present have a type that is resistant to ...more

How To : More Food Hacks from Our Facebook Fans

We always want to find more ways to help brilliantly lazy cooks make great-tasting food and save money and time in the process. Luckily, our Facebook fans are invaluable sources of information when it comes to getting cool tips, behind-the-scenes info, and more. We've already ...more

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