Month: June 2018

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If you’re a regular shopper at Whole Foods, then you can understand how it earned the nickname “whole paycheck.” After all, stocking up on organic food and healthy grocery staples can be pricey. Luckily, ever since Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods and the success of its in-house brand 365 Everyday Value, shopping at the grocery
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Quality activewear should be seen as an investment. If you’re dropping $100 on a pair of leggings you expect to last, you should be following the best care practices to preserve them for as long as possible. And that includes washing your sweaty gear the right way. There’s nothing more disappointing than realizing your favorite
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A drag queen’s look isn’t complete without a killer wig. Whether they are performing in front of a huge theater audience or vogueing in a crowded underground basement club, the dramatic wigs make the looks that inspire us all to stop, stare, and smile for all the right reasons. “I believe wigs will always be
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On Wednesday, President Trump announced he would sign an order “ending” the family separation crisis. Trump’s “zero-tolerance” policy on immigration meant that officials were forcibly separating immigrant parents from their children, even if the parents were seeking asylum. Some of the children were reportedly as young as three or four months old when they were
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It’s safe to say at this point that pretty much every dessert recipe under the sun has been made into a smoothie. You can make a Banana Bread Smoothie, a Chocolate Banana Cashew Smoothie, or even a better-for-you Strawberry Milkshake. While there’s nothing wrong with dessert, if you often experience symptoms of digestive distress (like
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I pride myself on taking really good care of my skin, and I usually get compliments on how well the texture of it looks and feels. However, this past spring, meteorite-like clusters of acne spread like wildfire on my back. What’s worse: It all started spiraling just weeks before the start of summer a.k.a. the
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We’ve all been transported elsewhere by an odor: the scent of magnolia in New Orleans, an ex-lover’s cologne on the G train, faded perfume embedded into a sweater. Our olfactory memories are specific and visceral, because scent is the sense most tied to our memory and emotion. Perfume, like our clothes or jewelry or hairstyle,
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It’s no secret that sticking to a strict diet can be difficult, especially when it comes to snacking. If you’re trying the keto diet, which focuses on eating low-carb and high-fat foods, there are plenty of alternative options when it comes to quick and easy food. While there are an abundance of delicious keto recipes
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Dear E. Jean: Okay, so earlier this year I was hit by a thunderbolt. Twice. It was love at first sight and second sight (and every sight). I’m at a marketing company. He’s at an ad agency. The relationship between our two firms has not gone well, and other than seeing him at two meetings—there
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Intermittent fasting, commonly referred to as IF, has become all the rage lately, and it doesn’t look like the trend is going away anytime soon. The practice of intermittent fasting, or time-restricted feeding, is when a person limits the period of time in which they consume calories down to a limited number of hours. So
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Megan Regalado tried a lot of fitness and weight-loss programs in an attempt to lose weight, but nothing really stuck. It wasn’t until she discovered Beachbody that she found a way to turn her life around and get her health on track. Read her full story below. “I have been a marketing director for the