How to tie a tie in 5 different and elegant ways.

Ties create a contrast of colors that can break the ice on that plane black and white suite. They are also one of the few accessories that exclusively designed for men.

One thing is certain. Ties will make a difference in your clothing. Wear them wisely.

Trinity knot

This symbolic knot will definitely catch some attention. You can use it at any casual events. Make sure that your tie catches more attention than your suit by wearing a basic style. Have in mind that this will shorten the length of your tie.

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Windsor knot

Also known as the double Windsor, the Windsor knot is the most commonly used.  It is a classical knot that will work for any event. Master it and you’ll never have to worry about who’s going to tie your tie again.

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Eldredge knot

A gentleman that knows how to wear a tie is definitely going to stand from the rest. Meet the Eldredge knot.

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Bloom knot

Inspired on the plant, the bloom knot will catch some attention. It will definitely not fit in a formal event, but it will give you some style if you know how to combine it.

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Merovignian knot, or Ediety knot

The Merovignian knot is symmetrical and stylish. Wear it with confidence.

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Sinus problems? Your solution may be at home.

Rhinosinusitis is a condition in which your nasal cavities get infected, swollen and inflamed. You may experience headaches and nasal congestion.
 If you experience any of these symptoms it is strongly recommended that you seek medical advice.
There’s are several homemade remedies that may help easen up the symptoms and provide relief to this problem.

Saline rinse.

This is the easiest to make and probable one of the most effective methods to follow. You’ll only need salt and water. Mix a little bit of salt with water. Rinse your nose with it and your mucus will loosen up. Depending on these severity of your sinus infection you may need to do this every now and then to prevent sinus problems from coming back. Please note that pharmacies sell sea water solutions at affordable prices.

Eucalyptus steam.

 
Mix some leaves with water. Boil and inhale the vapors. The steam will loosen up the mucus and eucalyptus will soothen your breathing.

Essential oils. 

Eucalyptus and peppermint oils are wonderful to relieve sinus problems. You can rub them below your nose (make sure they are food grade) or you can use a humidifier and breathe these oils on your room.

Get some vitamin C

Vitamin C is well known to improve the immune system and fight infections.
Apple Cider Vinegar Mix
Mix two tablespoons of organic apple cider vinegar and one tablespoon of honey into a cup of boiling water.

Last but not least.. Stay hydrated!

Make sure to drink plenty of water.