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    Outfit Ideas
    How Do You Wear It: Our Favorite Reader Chic Sneakers

    This month’s How Do You Wear It? was all about how you rock your kicks. Whether you were hanging with friends, taking a selfie, or chilling with family, your sneaker game was on-point. Now we’re sharing your looks right here! Sneakers have never looked so good. Keep sending us your stylish outfits

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    Healthy Living
    5 Myths About Low Self-Esteem Debunked

    Positive self-esteem can seem like such a fleeting thing. One moment, we’re feeling great about ourselves, and the next, a passing comment or unexpected outcome leaves us feeling totally discouraged. Are we just unstable messes, or is there something more at work here? First it might help to define self-esteem. Self-esteem is the emotional judgment of

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    Shop Your Holiday Style Online: The Best Fashion Delivery Services

    Whether you’re buying yourself a new holiday outfit or shopping for friends and family, going to the mall becomes a battle zone during the holiday season. Even the most dedicated shopaholic can’t deny the torture that is circling the parking lot for 45 minutes, only to park a mile away

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    Life Hacks
    5 Travel Organization Tips For the Holidays That the Pros Swear By

    The holidays are a notoriously tricky time to navigate accommodations, fares, and itineraries. November and December fares are generally up nearly 40 percent even before July is over. This isn’t the only way companies have figured out how to get the most out of their customers over the holidays. But

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    3 Relationship Cliches That Stop You From Focusing on What Really Matters

    I’m a big fan of cliches. Sure, they’re usually trite and almost always devoid of any real impact, but there’s usually some nugget of wisdom or truth hidden deep inside. I like to imagine the first time someone uttered one of these nuggets, a moment when some confusing idea suddenly

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    While You Were Out: Anna Kendrick Is Adorable In Kate Spade, The Hunger Games Are Back, Barbie Shenanigans, and More

    “While You Were Out,” is a Friday feature of short notes and commentary from the week. Whether it’s something you’d discuss at the water cooler or at happy hour, you’ll find it on our grid, together with our opinion as to whether it’s praiseworthy or cringeworthy. We’re pleased to bring

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    Food & Drink
    The Best Thanksgiving Hostess Gift: Homemade All-Natural Grape Jam

    Remember those gigantic tins of flavored popcorn? (Just admit it, the fake cheddar stuff is amazing.) Or the Harry and David gift baskets—with their incredible truffles and almonds and pears—that always seem to make their way into offices this time of year? We’re never at a loss for overpriced edible

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    Fake a Salon-Style Blowout at Home

    For most of us, a professional blowout at the hair salon only happens after our routine haircuts. As we walk out of the salon doors, we revel in the shiny locks and bouncy volume fit for a shampoo commercial. But you don’t have to wait for your next hair appointment

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    Healthy Living
    10 Essential Life Skills You Can Master in No Time

    Whether you’re fresh out of school or simply navigating this world we call “adulthood,” it can be exciting to be making decisions for yourself. Exploring new cities, signing your lease, and picking out your own decorative pillows—why, it’s an independent woman’s dream! But there are plenty of pesky responsibilities to

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    Help Your Boyfriend Feel At Home With Your Family This Thanksgiving

    By now you have already dealt with the whole Should I? or Shouldn’t I? debacle and have decided to ask your boyfriend to spend Thanksgiving with your family. He has of course said “yes” and the only question that remains is, Will this be a complete disaster on Thanksgiving day?? The answer—despite all