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How to Win at Everyday Things

By Staff | March 1, 2016 | Rally Health

Sure, we’re all grownups with paying jobs and insurance and proper glassware. So why does it sometimes feel like we don’t have the hang of basic things, like washing our hair or shaving? And how much toothpaste do you really need to squeeze out, anyway?

Turns out, some of these simple everyday rituals don't have an obvious right answer, and it might feel a little strange to ask for advice on how to clean your ears or how often to shower. If you’ve ever wondered, here are some expert tips for everyday tasks.


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