Top 10 The blue pill tips

Dryer Sheets Pick up Dog Hair Like Crazy

Looking for a simple way to pick up some of that dog hair? Use dryer sheets. They pick up loose dog hair on fabric like magic. Just rub a dryer sheet over your couch or wherever else pet hair collects and watch as it clings right to it.

Make a DIY Dog Sling for Added Support

Does your dog have arthritis or weak limbs? If your dog needs some extra support getting up & around you can make your own dog sling to help.

Get more optimization suggestions from Google PageSpeed Insights

You may notice that most of the optimization suggestions from the Mobile-Friendly Test pertain to design-related issues. It’s one thing to make a website visually usable and comfortable on your audience’s devices. But in order to give users the best possible experience, you should also focus on your website’s performance. PageSpeed Insights is another piece out of Google’s arsenal of website optimization tools. It’s designed to help website owners identify and solve performance-related issues on their site. To use PageSpeed Insights, enter your website’s URL and click ‘Analyze.’ The tool should immediately get to work and identify issues that increase your website’s loading time. More importantly, it matches each issue with an optimization suggestion — plus, learning resources to teach you what to do. You can find these actionable insights under the “Opportunities” section. For more tips on how to reduce your blog’s loading time, read this guide.

Teach Your Dog to Catch Using Popcorn

If your dog doesn’t know how to catch don’t start by throwing a toy at their face. Popcorn works great for training dogs to catch because it’s light & yummy which makes it enticing enough for your dog to try and catch it.

Make a Re-Stuffable Dog Toy

Does your dog go bonkers with stuffed toys? If your dog likes to rip stuffed animals apart you can make a re-stuffable dog toy.

Avoid wordy sentences

Another way to make your content easier to read is to construct short and to-the-point sentences. A personal rule of mine is to limit each sentence to only 20 words or less. This makes it easier for readers to digest each and every point I’m making. If your sentence exceeds the 20-word limit, chances are it can be split into two, shorter sentences.

Keep Household Toxins (Including the Garbage) Out of Reach

While it may seem obvious to keep your cleaning products tucked away safely one of the biggest threats to a dogs health in your home is the garbage. If your dog gets into the garbage you can use some baby proof locks to seal it, or put it away in the closet or garage while you’re gone.

Use a Roll of Packing Tape to Pick Up Loose Pet Fur

Do your clothes pick up dog hair like crazy? Don’t have a lint roller on hand? One of my favorite life hacks for dog owners is using packing tape to pick off all that dog hair that gets all over your clothes.

Don’t overthink your introduction

I agree that the introduction is one of the most important parts of an article. Its job is to capture attention, set their expectations straight, and compel your audience to read from start to finish. Sadly, some bloggers tend to overthink their introduction and put their productivity to a grinding halt. I remember being a victim of this as well — wasting several minutes typing, revising, and deleting the introduction. When in doubt, just skip writing the introduction and jump straight into the main body. Trust me, you’ll have an easier time writing it if you have a concrete idea of what your content’s about. If you still don’t know what to write, maybe these tips can help get the ball rolling:

  • Tell a simple story — Try to recall your thought process when you first came up with the content’s topic. You could be experiencing a problem, reading another blog, walking in the park, and so on.
  • Ask a question — Starting off with a question is a great way to have readers put on their thinking caps. It can be aligned with the problems they’re having or the goal they want to achieve.
  • Just get to the point — After asking a question or telling a story, my preferred strategy is to dive right in with the right phrases. Some examples are “without further ado,” “let’s get started,” and “let’s jump into it.”

Set up a backup plugin

As a serious blogger, you should see your blog as an investment. And, just like any other investment, it must be protected. The reality is, running vulnerability checks, frequent updates, and installing security plugins aren’t always enough. Remember, even websites with substantial cybersecurity measures can still get hacked. That’s why yearly cybersecurity incident reports never have a shortage of successful attack records. To give your blog a last line of defense, make it a habit to create backups of your blog files. This can be done with automatic backup software like Dropmysite or with the built-in backup tool of your hosting service. I explained the process of manually backing up your WordPress site in this post. Go ahead and click the link, but just bookmark it for now — we still have a lot to discuss.