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5 cool tips by Sreng Phearun

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Keep a fire extinguisher handy
We should always have a fire extinguisher at home to avoid unfortunate accidents. Fire extinguishers offers fire protection device consisting of a hand-held cylindrical pressure vessel to keep under control or extinguish small fires in emergency situations.

Eliminate body odour with lemons
For those with smelly armpits, you will understand the uncomfortable and embarrassing feeling ina crowd.Choose an easy and natural way: lemons can kill bad smells. According to my own experience, lemon is really effective. It removes all bad smells but also make your armpit  whiter with no adverse effect. So you just apply lemon every day!

When should we be ready for our next exam?
This saying ‘little by little, water fills in the container’ could be used to illustrate our upcoming exams. Be well prepared, don’t study at the last minute, but study hardand get started early. Review your exams at least a few weeks before the due exam date.  Don’t sit and wait for someone to direct you. It will be too late then!

Lose weight and gain health
This is an easy way to loseweight: cook your own meals and limit the amount of proteins. If you eat outside, you will have no control of what ends up on your plate and you will gain weight. So have no more worry, you can lose weight without starving yourself.

Educating children with good values
Everyone wants to transmit good values to their children and they ask for that too. Parents or older siblings’ role to transmit these values is one of the best communication strategies to educate them. Giving value to children is giving them a chance to feel confident in sharing ideas within a debate where opinions are heard and considered. Such debates create an environment favourable to trust and respect.

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