Why you should not thow your apple peel away

From Mike Paterson at The60LifeWeekly

14th December 2010

Why you should not throw your apple peel away
• Hints to Wives on the Way to Charm Their Husbands


The other day, I was thumbing through a magazine dated January 1891 (as you do) when I came upon some interesting headlines, including:” Hints to Wives on the Way to Charm their Husbands”, of this more later; and “The Deadly Cold Bed”- a dire warning never to sleep in cold or damp beds, given by Good Housekeeping magazine, which I see also recommended at the time the use of soda under “Soda Will Save You Soap”. It is encouraging that the latter advice is still consistently promoted, for cleaning sinks and washing dishes, on the Good Housekeeping website today, more than a hundred years later.

Hints to Wives on the Way to Charm Their Husbands****************************************************************
As an example of written material that can be sourced quite easily by the frequent writer of articles or short stories, the above may seem rather outdated by some stretch for today’s society, and perhaps hardly rates as a potential best seller ‘How to’ publication. There is however an immense amount of potentially useful content available in the public domain.

The magazine content from which I took this headline is not protected by copyright, and thus can be used freely. This maybe is a route for you to explore. Apart from being a fascinating study, the information is often available at a modest price, or for free – the subject matter can be as ‘fresh’ and as useful for today’s consumption as it was when written. Just because something was written, say, over a hundred years ago does not necessarily mean it does not have value, or is lacking in good advice or ideas.

If you are curious about knowing the” Hints To Wives…” you can go to my the60life.com where they will be posted very soon.
Or, perhaps you would like a recipe for Tipsy Pudding, or to find out about “The Modern Old Lady”! If you wish to find out more about the fascinating world of the public domain and how it could help you with research for your writing or to provide great ideas to profit from with your own information products let me introduce you to a leading expert in the use of Public Domain information, and someone whose products and resources I regularly refer to in my researches. He is Tony Laidig, the Public Domain Expert, and you can see an introduction to his Public Domain Toolbar , a remarkable research tool, at Public Domain Toolbar

Tony starts his introduction with an amazing statement about the Public Domain, in this way: “Most people do not realize it, but when the copyright or patent expires on a creative work (book, work of art, etc.), anyone may freely use that work LEGALLY in any manner they choose without the obligation of paying royalties to the creator of the work. This is HUGE…it’s like legalized stealing except that it IS legal.

“PICTURE THIS…Here is what is waiting for you RIGHT NOW in the Public Domain:

• Over 85 million books, many written by the greatest authors and thinkers to have ever walked the earth…

“…This is MASSIVE for anyone doing business online for one simple reason…

“It’s easier to create a product from something that already exists, rather than create it from scratch. You can read about this massive opportunity at Public Domain Toolbar

Why you should not throw your apple peel away***********************************************************
If you are a regular follower of the 60life weekly, you will know that I occasionally’ throw-in’ a recent report on a health-related topic. Today’s Daily Mail has a short article about a report published in the journal Nutrition and Cancer that eating the peel of an apple can cut the risk of prostate and breast cancers. As one who has usually peeled his apple, and thrown away the peelings, I shall probably be eating the lot in future (well, maybe not the core!). If you want to read the article you can check it out at dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1284820/Apple-peel–secret-weapon-cancer

Do stay tuned-in! Above all stay warm!
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Mike Paterson,
The 60Life Weekly
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