5 cool tips by Sreng Phearun

5 cool tips by Sreng Phearun

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How to survive in a natural disaster    
A well-kept landscape around your house can make the difference and save your property. Cut down trees too close to your house and keep the others well trimmed. If you live in a fire-prone area, landscaping is even more important and creating fuel-free-zones around your house is essential. In an earthquake area, as good rule of thumb, you can strap down anything that’s bigger and taller than you.
Invent your perfect environment at home with plants    
For those who don’t like being outside breathing in toxic fumes, we can contribute to a greener environment with more trees and flowers and nice scenery around our house for a more charming environment in the future.
Protecting your house from fire damage
We should always have a fire extinguisher at home to avoid unfortunate accidents. Fire extinguishers can be used to extinguish small fires in emergency situations.
How to reduce stress in the countryside
Cities are places full of restaurants, factories, and vehicles. Unfortunately harmful fumes and bad smells come with city life. But we can always get away from the city easily, both to near and faraway places. This kind of vacation can provide the natural stress-free environment we need for optimal comfort.
Dealing with unhealthy hair
What happen if our hair gets damaged, if we get split ends, tangles, and breaks? It is good to look after your hair before it’s too late. There are few easy ways to make our hair look healthy. Cutting your hair regularly is the best way to keep it healthy.

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