3 Fun and Safe Fall Activities
You can still enjoy quality time with the family this autumn. Visiting a pumpkin patch, baking apple pie and taking a hike or drive to view changing leaves can all be safe if you follow CDC guidelines.
Android Settings to Help You See and Hear Better
Having trouble with small text or phone volume on your Android device? Try these features from the accessibility menu to make your phone easier to use.
IPhone Settings to Help You See and Hear Better
Having trouble with small text or phone volume on your iPhone? Try these iPhone features to make your phone easier to use.
How to Make a Sourdough Starter
Try this easy sourdough starter recipe to make delicious homemade bread and other baked goods from scratch.
Is Your Hand Sanitizer Safe?
Hand sanitizer can be an effective backup to soap and water when you can’t get to a sink, but there are some things you need to know to protect yourself against the coronavirus.
How to Clean Your Face Mask
Face masks can help stop the spread of the coronavirus, but they have to be clean. Here is the correct way to sanitize your mask.
How to Find and Stream New Movies
You can still catch brand-new movies during the coronavirus pandemic without the theater. Here’s how to rent big-name digital releases on your TV.
How to Make a Breathable Face Mask out of a T-shirt
Follow these quick, easy steps to make a DIY protective face mask that’s light enough for hot summer days.
How to Grow Herbs at Home
Grow an indoor herb garden or potted plants outdoors for a stress-relieving hobby that can boost your cooking and your happiness.
What You Need to Know About Online Bill Pay
Most banks and credit unions offer free online bill pay features with your account. Find out what those are and why you might want to use them.
How to Make a Face Mask Out of a Sock and Fabric
Learn how to make an easy, no-sew face mask using an athletic sock and layers of folded fabric to help protect against spreading the coronavirus.
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