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Today’s Featured Deals In case you missed yesterday’s most popular deals Previous Daily Deals Nothing to See Here by Kevin Wilson for $2.99 Cinder by Marissa Meyer for $2.99 Fate of the Fallen by Kel Kade for $2.99 Rosewater by Tade Thompson for $2.99 Silver Sparrow by Tayari Jones for $1.99 Six of Crows by
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[embedded content] Gold has broken a critical support level, but there is not much downside left, said Alain Corbani, portfolio manager of Finance SA, who forecasts $2,500 an ounce for gold’s upside target. The metal will be caught between conflicting macroeconomic forces next year: slightly higher negative real interest rates, but a weakening U.S. dollar.
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Teaching is a heart-warming, challenging, nerve-wracking, constantly fluctuating profession. No one can truly understand what a classroom is like unless they become a teacher. Here are some of the best books for teachers that share the world of education. Some show challenges. Some argue for change. Some offer good advice. And some are simply for
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I love tracking my reading habits! I use online tools, but I prefer to use pen and paper. However, I am super messy and bad at organizing, so it’s hard for me to neatly track my reading. Enter the reading journal! The best reading journals are specifically designed to help organize and log your reading,
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A Brooklyn Heights townhouse sold for $6.25 million. The five-story, mid-19th-century brownstone once caught the eye of actor Adam Driver, back in 2017, as we previously reported. Back then the home, at 154 Hicks St., was asking $4.79 million. But it has gone through a full renovation since then and was last asking $6.49 million.
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I’ve been teaching yoga now for almost five years. Before I started teaching, I spent four years practicing in Dublin and exploring studios around London. I covered my 200 hour teacher training, which is the standard qualification, over the course of a year with a school in London. I taught my first class in 2015
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A few days ago, I made a promise. I said that if my home state of Pennsylvania went for Biden, I wouldn’t make a snarky comment about Philadelphia for an entire year. This is a tall order for someone residing in the western half of the state. I intend to keep that oath. I also
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Struggling these days to sustain the focus you need to read? Friend, you’re not alone. Maybe you’ve always had a short attention span, or maybe the general state of the world combined with the shortening winter days is making it difficult to sit down with a book and tune everything else out. If you’ve only
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I’ve never been a huge traveler, but in the last 5–10 years I’ve wanted to travel more. Of course, now that I have a 4-year-old, that’s changed things as well. When it wasn’t always feasible for me to travel where I wanted to (hello graduate school, paying back loans, and parenthood), I have often turned
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Whether you’re shopping for yourself or another favorite person in your life for the holidays or for a future celebration (or, you know, just because), perhaps you’re seeking out those gifts falling in the center of the “Feminist” and “Book Lovers” Venn diagram. Good news! Find below a roundup of the best gifts for feminists
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Today’s Featured Deals In case you missed yesterday’s most popular deals Previous Daily Deals Cinder by Marissa Meyer for $2.99 Fate of the Fallen by Kel Kade for $2.99 Rosewater by Tade Thompson for $2.99 Silver Sparrow by Tayari Jones for $1.99 Six of Crows by Leigh Bardugo for $2.99 Children of the Land by
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A landmarked five-story Manhattan townhouse has sold for a whopping $28 million in an all-cash deal to a mystery buyer who never even visited the property. The 21-foot-wide, 7,411-square-foot Italianate townhouse located at 14 East 11th Street along a tree-lined block in Greenwich Village is complete with five bedrooms, six full bathrooms, two partial bathrooms,
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The Hamptons have never seen a holiday season quite like this. With the who’s who riding out the pandemic from their tony oceanfront estates this winter, the usual warm-weather pallets, décor and table settings simply won’t do. Luckily, Hamptons veteran, philanthropist and super-hostess, Audrey Gruss, has tips for adapting to the new year-round lifestyle that’s