Did you drip coffee on your favorite shirt? Did a grandchild spill hot chocolate on your new rug? Check out this chart for ways to get any kind of stain out of any kind of material.

A simpler life with less things to buy means retirement can be cheaper for some folks than when they were working. However, with a surplus of time, a significant portion of retirees end up spending more than they used to on things like entertainment, travel, and leisure. Costs can add up quickly, so it’s beneficial to find ways to save money. Seniors can save money through budgeting and taking advantage of discounts that some businesses offer to those starting at the ages of 55, 60, 62 or 65.

The original chocolate morsels were literally chips off the old block: Chocolate used to be sold as a bar with its very own chopping device. It wasn't until the 1930s that manufacturers began making convenient precut morsels, perfect for melting, baking, or scarfing by the handful. Have half a bag sitting in your pantry right now? Pull them out and give these easy, surprising (no cookies in sight!) recipes a shot.

If you experience heartburn, you know the feeling well: a slight hiccup, followed by a burning sensation in your chest and throat. It may be triggered by the foods you eat, particularly spicy, fatty, or acidic foods. Or perhaps you have gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), a chronic condition with many potential causes. Whatever the cause, heartburn is uncomfortable and inconvenient. What can you do when heartburn strikes?

Many seniors live on a fixed income, and even those living comfortably often look for ways to save money to travel more, leave a bigger inheritance, or simply have a larger nest egg for unexpected events. Since many seniors saw their 401Ks dwindle with the stock market crash, planning for retirement has become a hot topic. How do you save more in less time? While there may not be any quick and easy answers, the solution may lie in pinching pennies and spending smarter.

First of all, no one’s saying you SHOULD quit drinking coffee—your daily java habit is probably healthier than you think. But if you suspect you’re drinking too much coffee or caffeine and want to cut back, here’s what could happen.

It's always a relief to get through a major cold snap without a burst pipe or a power outage. But even if it seems like you made it through unscathed, there may be harder-to-spot damage around your property. Here's a 5-point checklist you can use to stop minor problems before they become major.