Month: December 2017

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When our periods arrive, they sometimes bring along a host of seriously unpleasant side effects, such as nausea, headaches, backaches, and those dreaded menstrual cramps. For some women, cramps are a mild inconvenience easily fixed by popping an Advil, but many others find themselves curled up in a fetal position, clutching a heating pad, and
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Let’s! Talk! About! Reading! There are so many different ways that one can read. One can curl up on the sofa with a good book, poring over pages and pages of prose. One can read by assessing a situation using your instincts or powers of observation, as in “reading a room.” One can also “read”
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Five months ago, my kids and I were blissfully savoring the last days of Summer. We went to the beach, had impromptu playdates with friends, and visited family. Some days we did nothing at all except talk, laugh, and play together. Other days we took trips to amusement parks and children’s museums and even took
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Since Balenciaga presented a runway full of rainbow-brite tights, we’ve had… difficulty incorporating them into an IRL wardrobe. One misstep and you unknowingly regress with an outfit consisting of matching houndstooth, headbands, and statement necklaces—that’s full-Blair Waldorf, but with a long decade separating you and the height of her iconic style. ‘Twas cute at the
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Through sludge, snow, and dirt, white sneakers are fickle shoes that need to be replaced more often than your other kicks—not that we’re complaining. We’re living in a post-Stan Smith world, so we’re constantly on the hunt for new options that go with everything. From reliable basics to red-soled Loubs, find our latest favorites, here.
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When you think of depression, you may be inclined to picture someone who struggles to get out of bed every morning and is barely able to function. But unlike many medical conditions, depression is one that often goes unseen and undiagnosed. That’s because many sufferers actually experience concealed or smiling depression, in which they put
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Ease anxiety, boost libido, reduce bloat, enhance your skin’s natural glow — do any of these benefits sound too good to be true? Well, they’re not. These are all very real benefits of some magic little plants and herbs called adaptogens. Dr. Will Cole, DC, a functional medicine practitioner from Pennsylvania, told POPSUGAR that what
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It’s been over a year(!) since Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 presidential election, and the American people still can’t help but admire the former secretary of state. According to a recent Gallup poll, Clinton is the most admired woman by Americans, edging out Michelle Obama by two percent. This means Clinton has now been named
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Ditching meat was pretty easy for me. Although I ate animals growing up, I avoided meat as much as my parents would allow. Even as a child, I had difficulty reconciling our consumption of some animals with our love of others — primarily because I’d shared my life with a wide variety of companion animals:
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Saint Laurent Imaxtree.com Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Sitting beneath the lights of a sparkling Eiffel Tower, it’s hard not to surrender to your most romantic impulses. And everyone at Saint Laurent’s show this season at the Fontaine du Trocadéro—with direct sight lines to the ultimate Paris monument—did just that, turning into unabashed tourists raptly
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Everyone knows the best part of the holidays is being able to wear pajamas from morning until night for days on end without being judged by anyone except maybe your mom. I have been living in these for, let’s just say a while now, and I can’t sing their praises highly enough. They are soft
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Have you ever dragged yourself to the gym after a particularly stressful day and you just can’t bring yourself to finish that treadmill session? It can feel impossible to get a good workout in when you’re not feeling 100 percent. That’s because stress has a serious effect on the body, and it can mess with