Traveling light can be a tough call for campers, especially if you intend to camp out for a couple of days. Some campers are lucky enough to have an abundant water source and enough time to wash where they’re headed. But for those who need a quick wash, there’s a new solution you can rely on.
The Scrubba, a quick solution to your laundry needs.
The Scrubba Wash Bag is a lightweight bag that doubles as a mini-washing machine. The Scrubba wash bag uses microbial and hydrolysis resistant polyether TPU, which allows for prolonged, hygienic use. Inside the bag are hundreds of little nodules to help you scrub your clothes with minimal effort.
So how can you use this mini washing machine? First, you have to fill the bag with water and detergent up to the markings on the side of the bag. Then add in your clothes, making sure you only fill it up to 40%. Next, your roll and clip the bag to secure the water inside. Then, you deflate the bag and start rubbing down on the bag. You can rub for as little as 30 seconds for a quick traveler wash or up to 3 minutes for the machine-quality wash. Lastly, you drain out the dirty water and refil thebag with clean water to rinse.
Massage your clothes for 30 seconds to 3 minutes, and let the little internal nodules do the work for you!
The Scrubba isn’t just made for travelers. They can also be used by people who live in apartments without a laundry area. You can do quick washes daily to save up on the cost of going to the laundromat with your laundry in bulk.
If you want to know more about this handy little bag, you can check out their site at https://thescrubba.com/ where you can also order!
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Why Happy Couples Post Less About Their Relationships on Social Media
Are all those posts from happy couples really a genuine sign of happiness?
We all have that one friend who posts all the cheesiest stuff directed at their significant other. He or she always has some sort of love quote to share or a photo of their "relationship goals" or a cheesy movie scene with the caption "OMG that's so us!" It's unnecessary, and perhaps even cringe-worthy. But whatever makes them happy, right?
Those posts might not actually be an indication of how happy these couples are.
Social media has made it so easy for us to post about our lives, and all the interaction we get in the form of comments and likes can make us feel validated about what we post. Whether it's a selfie or a pregnancy announcement, we get a kind of kick from knowing that we got 200+ likes and comments from those posts. So how does that relate to posting about our relationships?
1. You can make yourself feel better about your relationship by posting only the happy times.
Awesome Grandpa Buys Gigantic Teddy Bear For His Granddaughter
He’s probably the coolest grandpa ever!
The love of grandparents for their grandchildren know no bounds. In fact, most of them would probably plead guilty to spoiling their grandkids.
This has once again been proven by a grandfather from San Jose who gained a lot of online love lately after getting his granddaughter a massive-sized teddy bear. He's now being considered by many netizens as the "coolest grandpa ever."
This grandfather posted a photo online in front of big teddy bears.
This granddad, who works at Costco, recently posted a photo of himself in front of big teddy bears....
How Can You Raise Your Kids to Make Them More Intelligent?
Is there one guaranteed way to make your child become more intelligent in the future?
As parents, we all want our kids to succeed in life. We give try to give them the best of everything to prepare them for the "real world." That includes enrolling them in the best schools we can afford. But is education really enough to make our kids smart in all the ways that matter?
The Study of Mathematically Precocious Youth tracked the careers and accomplishments of up to 5,000 young individuals to find out what it is that makes children smart. Other studies have stemmed from SMPY, including how to spot talented kids who are suited for the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields.
Does your kid have a future in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) field?
But the surprising thing about this study is that SMPY's data seems to suggest that intelligence more inherent than it is honed by repeated practice. In fact, early cognitive ability has a greater effect on achievement than practice or even the family's socio-economic status. In short, if you're already smart and you're identified to be smart, then you will make it. However, a study has shown that labelling kids as being smart from an early age can weaken their willingness to learn....