COTTONELLE INTRODUCES TOILET PAPER FOR LEFTIES
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Lefties have always been left to struggle with the simple things in life from cutting with scissors to pressing the shutter of a camera. But fear no longer left-handed people! One thing you can cross off your list of daily struggles is wiping with right-handed toilet paper! Cottonelle announced via Twitter that they have finally designed a toilet paper for left-handed folk as well. “America has spoken, and we at Cottonelle have listened – Introducing Cottonelle’s NEW toilet paper for lefties,” the company announced on their Twitter page on April 1, 2015

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3 Quick Ways to Reduce Stress

Between meeting deadlines, making dentist appointments, and remembering to buy milk, it’s easy for anyone to get stressed – even you.  So here are three quick ways that can help you REDUCE your STRESS LEVELS.  Staying calm and peaceful no matter what is happening on the outside isn’t as hard as it might sound.  Next time your stress levels are starting to HIT critical levels, try one of these three easy de-stressing tips.

1. Close your eyes
Take a few moments to daydream. (Don’t do this if you’re driving.)

Picture yourself laying out on the beach or simply curled up reading a favorite book. By taking your mind and thoughts away from meeting that deadline, or performing the next duty, chore, etc. you will immediately feel a sense of calmness. Try it you might like the results.

2. Just breathe
Taking full, deep breaths is an easy way to relax. I do this at night sometimes and it puts me right to sleep. Inhale and fill your belly with the breath, and then slowly let it out. Feel your chest and your belly release each time and see if you can breathe more deeply with each breath. Do this ten times. You might not make it to ten, but try this.

3. Relax your muscles
In this exercise, focus on slowly tensing and then relaxing your muscles. If you’re sitting at a desk, tighten your leg muscles for a few seconds and then release. Move slowly up your body, ending at your face. Or, you can begin with your face and shoulders and end at your toes.