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    Better Living

  • This CBD Sparkling Water is the Best New Way to Hydrate
    Whether you’re already a fan of CBD or looking to try it out, CBD-Infused Sparkling Waters from Beak & Skiff are an ideal choice. With lots of fizzy bubbles and the perfect amount of CBD in The post This CBD Sparkling Water is the Best New Way to Hydrate first... Read more »
  • Achieve Your Fitness Goals And Stay Motivated With The Future Coaching App
    Want to crush your fitness goals? Future is the perfect app to help you do it! Future pairs you with an elite personal coach and a custom workout plan to keep you on track! See our review! The post Achieve Your Fitness Goals And Stay Motivated With The Future Coaching... Read more »
  • 7 Eco-Friendly Ways To Update Your Spring Cleaning Routine
    Going green on your cleaning is not only better for your health, but for the Earth too! Update your cleaning routine with these eco-friendly options and tips! See them now! The post 7 Eco-Friendly Ways To Update Your Spring Cleaning Routine first appeared on Better Living.... Read more »
  • The Health Benefits of Iron and Ferritin+
    According to the World Health Organization, iron deficiency is the top nutritional disorder in the world, with 80 percent of people deficient in iron. Are you iron deficient too? Here are the symptoms. The post The Health Benefits of Iron and Ferritin+ first appeared on Better Living.... Read more »
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    Quintessence

  • At Home at Camp Kent with Alexandra Champalimaud
    As one of the most in-demand creators of luxury contemporary living around the globe, Alexandra Champalimaud is known as a fearless designer who enthusiastically embraces change,  yet at Camp Kent, her rustic summer retreat in Connecticut she shares with husband Bruce Schnitzer and their large multi-generational family, she prefers things... Read more »
  • At Home on Clove Brook Farm with Christopher Spitzmiller
    During the week, gifted ceramicist and designer Christopher Spitzmiller is busy creating his exquisite lamps, tableware and accessories found in the most stylish design shops and homes across the country including the White House. But weekends find him at Clove Brook Farm, his picture perfect country retreat in Dutchess County, NY.… The post... Read more »
  • At Home in Tangier with Frank de Biasi and Gene Meyer
    It would seem designer Frank de Biasi was always destined for a home in Tangier. With a college degree in international relations, studies at the Sorbonne, followed by six years at Christies and then twelve as Director of Interiors at Peter Marino, Frank expanded on his love of travel, art... Read more »
  • At Home in Connecticut with Susanna Salk
    Over the years, the hosts Susanna Salk and I feature in our video series have inspired us just as you have said they do you. And in this special episode, Susanna invites us into her own Connecticut country home to show how she has interpreted many of their unique styles... Read more »
  • At Home in the Hudson Valley with Martin Cooper and Karen Suen-Cooper
    After years of urbane sophistication, living in New York, London and traveling the world, fashion designers Martin Cooper and Karen Suen-Cooper felt the calling for more – more time, more space, more nature and more joy. They found it in an 18th century Federal style farmhouse in the Hudson Valley... Read more »
  • At Home in London with Alidad
    Renowned for his layered and opulent interiors, celebrated designer Alidad relies on his love of pattern, color and deep knowledge of history and art to create spaces with intricate bespoke detail and timeless appeal. And yet this was not always his career path.… The post At Home in London with... Read more »
  • At Home with Jack Lenor Larsen at LongHouse Reserve
    In the world of textiles, Jack Lenor Larsen is an icon. As one of the most influential fabric designers of our lifetime, Larsen is an accomplished weaver but also much more. At LongHouse, his home in East Hampton, he has created an extraordinary 16 acre reserve and sculpture garden, open... Read more »
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    The Skinny Confidential

  • The Wooden Bathmat of Your Dreams: Say Goodbye To Crusty Rugs
    Are you ready to zen the fuck out of your bathroom? Just talking about a truly life-changing bathmat today. That’s right. No more nasty-ass carpet/rug bathmat that gets hair & pubes stuck all over it. Like, no thanks. Since I was little I’ve had this strong aversion to stepping out…... Read more »
  • I Tried the #1 beauty treatment in Korea
    Hey hi hello, Lauryn’s little sister Mimi here today to share a little about how I tried the #1 skincare treatment in Korea…. Sometimes when I meet people who have seen me on Instagram, they’re confused by my choice to travel to Korea. There is various reasons: the people I’ve…... Read more »
  • VideoHealthy, Easy Ways To Boost Your Energy
    We could all use a bit more energy. Last year, was…..A LOT. To say the least. Well, as always, I got you. These tips are all things that really help me boost my energy. They’re things I’ve discovered & tips that I’ve picked up from interviewing professionals on The Skinny…... Read more »
  • The Skinny Confidential Product is HERE
    What a WILD ride. AND after about 12-ish years, here we are. Many of you have become my friends, people I talk to regularly. Many of you have shared your stories. Some of you have come on the blog to share. Some of you have made friends from the TSC…... Read more »
  • A DIY Baking Soda Body Scrub
    Last year we were all at home so much, some of still are, & so I think it’s a good time to experiment with some DIY stuff. Bring on homemade body wash. This is one that I found online & researched & it’s great if you have sensitive skin (…... Read more »
  • Holistic Beauty Tips and Tricks
    My sister Faye introduced me to her friend Shalene Bain about a year ago & raved about her & how she created NoSH BoDY. Shalene grew up in a very spiritual household & with a Native American mother who was all about holistic wellness. She is very into Eastern medicine,…... Read more »
  • Self Forgiveness and Freedom
    Finally, we get to read part 3 of Zara Barrie’s series all about her journey with pain, self-medicating & recovery. In this post Zara is wrapping up her story with how she was able to forgive herself & experience true freedom. If you missed parts 1 & 2 check be…... Read more »
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    Goop

  • Three Mothers Who Shaped the American Civil Rights Movement
    In The Three Mothers, Anna Malaika Tubbs pieces together a history of Berdis Baldwin, Louise Little, and Alberta King: the women who raised three of the most prominent civil rights activists in American history. She explores our tendency to understand women through the lens of the men in their lives,... Read more »
  • Lyme Disease
    Lyme disease is a bacterial infection that results when a tick infected with Borrelia burgdorferi—or a related species—bites a person and remains attached long enough to transmit the bacteria. If not treated with an antibiotic, symptoms increase in severity, eventually affecting the nervous system and the heart. We don’t know... Read more »
  • How to Use the Pelvic Clock for Back Relief and Core Support
    Former Olympic gymnastics coach Yana Blinova has designed simple exercises that can help tight hips and hip flexors, pelvic tilts during pregnancy, occasional sciatic trouble, the pelvic floor, and more.... Read more »
  • Dips, Dressings, and Salads We’re Loving Right Now
    The new vegan Caesar dressing recipe in GP’s lunch rotation and our all-time favorite recipes for late spring and summer produce.... Read more »
  • The Wearable for Discomfort during Penetrative Sex
    For years, Emily Sauer didn’t tell her partners that sex was physically uncomfortable for her, deciding instead to accept it for the sake of her relationships. She was embarrassed. Until she had the idea for Ohnut: a soft, compressible buffer that would go around her partner’s penis to keep it... Read more »
  • The Joy of Dressing for Your Body Type
    Now that the world is cautiously opening up again, getting dressed is no longer a theoretical concept for a far-off future. And whatever the situation, wearing clothes that make you look and feel your best will make this responsible socializing all the more pleasurable.... Read more »
  • You Asked, Ali Answered: Are Skinny Jeans Over?
    “This is a style question I’ve been getting a lot lately,” says goop fashion director Ali Pew. “The thing about denim is that finding the perfect pair is so personal. What works for you might not be the best choice for your BFF. And there are ways to test the... Read more »
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    Capital Lifestyle

  • 10 Date Night Spots in Nairobi
    Finding a soulmate in Nairobi is no easy task, maybe because we don't believe in soulmates but as hard as it may be, the city does have potential suitors and more importantly, many excellent date night restaurants. This guide couldn't come at a better time, as Nairobi swiftly eases out... Read more »
  • 18 Ways To Make Your Wife Happy
    Women love conversations. In fact, the worst thing you can ever do to your wife is to make her feel lonely, single and ignored in marriage. Make your wife enjoy talking with you. 1. Create time to be with her, don’t let it get to the point where she has... Read more »
  • Beautiful Sunrise & Sunset photos of Diani & Watamu
    Jo Walton once said, “There’s a sunrise and a sunset every single day, and they’re absolutely free. Don’t miss so many of them.” There’s something about a beautiful sunset or sunrise that makes your travel experience complete- a moment of peace and simply breathtaking beauty. Between January 2021 and March... Read more »
  • When a Mirror Becomes a Statement Work of Art
    Every household needs a mirror. Obviously! But did you know that mirrors can serve several purposes in your space? The most common purpose for a mirror in every home is for checking our reflection and for interior designers, the main purpose for a mirror is to open up and brighten... Read more »
  • The new normal in Kenyan Restaurants- take out/ home delivery in the era of Covid 19
    Restaurants have been part and parcel of our community. They were and have always been social outlets where couples enjoy date nights, families go out for Sunday brunch, and friends gather around for banter and catching up. But then came Covid-19 and things changed, with the industry bearing the brunt... Read more »
  • How to Cope with Job Stress and Build Resilience During COVID-19 Pandemic
     Whether you are going into work or working from home, the COVID-19 pandemic has probably changed the way you work. Fear and anxiety about this new disease and other strong emotions can be overwhelming, and workplace stress can lead to burn out. How you cope with these emotions and stress... Read more »
  • 5 Classic Dishes You Should Perfect at Home
    Of the many responsibilities that come with adulthood, one of them is learning how to properly feed yourself. We've rounded up five classic dishes and simple recipes for you to prepare at home. The post 5 Classic Dishes You Should Perfect at Home appeared first on Capital Lifestyle.... Read more »
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    Wit and Delight

  • 4 New-to-Me Styles and Silhouettes I Wore in April
    Today I'm sharing 4 new-to-me outfit ideas featuring looser-fitting items, different shapes, and unique styles...because sometimes it's fun to break out of our typical style go-tos! Continue reading 4 New-to-Me Styles and Silhouettes I Wore in April at Wit & Delight | Designing a Life Well-Lived.... Read more »
  • 17 Ways to Connect With Your Childhood Self
    There are a number of simple, everyday ways we can indulge our childhood selves. And now, without further ado, the time machine awaits. Continue reading 17 Ways to Connect With Your Childhood Self at Wit & Delight | Designing a Life Well-Lived.... Read more »
  • Kate’s Picks: 5 Things I Tried in April and Loved
    Today on the blog I'm sharing 5 of the things I tried and loved in recent weeks that I'd wholeheartedly recommend to you. Continue reading Kate’s Picks: 5 Things I Tried in April and Loved at Wit & Delight | Designing a Life Well-Lived.... Read more »
  • The Libido Lowdown on Women’s Desire
    Brittany Chaffee is exploring the concept of women's sexual desire, including how it's shifted in the pandemic and why it's not as complicated as our society has made it seem. Continue reading The Libido Lowdown on Women’s Desire at Wit & Delight | Designing a Life Well-Lived.... Read more »
  • May 2021 Horoscopes: The Power Lives Within You
    Astrologer Kyle Thomas has your May 2021 horoscopes forecast. Read through to see what the stars have in store for you in the month ahead. Continue reading May 2021 Horoscopes: The Power Lives Within You at Wit & Delight | Designing a Life Well-Lived.... Read more »
  • May 2021 Theme: Tend to Your Roots
    This May, we're exploring the importance of caring for the part of ourselves the rest of the world does not see or feel: our roots. Find all of the details about our May theme in today's post. Continue reading May 2021 Theme: Tend to Your Roots at Wit & Delight... Read more »
  • 10 Links That Caught Our Attention in April
    Today we're sharing our monthly roundup of worthwhile things we found on the Internet over the course of the past few weeks. We hope you find them insightful, and we hope you have a good weekend too. Continue reading 10 Links That Caught Our Attention in April at Wit &... Read more »
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    Noor Anand Chawla

  • What I Learnt About Snacking by Observing My Son
    The snacks that my brother and I enjoyed as children, form an essential part of my childhood memories – everything Continue reading The post What I Learnt About Snacking by Observing My Son appeared first on NOOR ANAND CHAWLA.... Read more »
  • Current State of Mind – A Rant
    People are ill. People are dying. We sit at home, counting our blessings, but also afraid and exhausted, grateful yet Continue reading The post Current State of Mind – A Rant appeared first on NOOR ANAND CHAWLA.... Read more »
  • Stay at WelcomHeritage Corbett Ramganga Resort: Vlog & Review
    In March 2021, just before this new Covid wave took over our lives, we were fortunate to be able to Continue reading The post Stay at WelcomHeritage Corbett Ramganga Resort: Vlog & Review appeared first on NOOR ANAND CHAWLA.... Read more »
  • Laying it Out: 6 Outline Formats Every Writer Should Know
    Guest Post by Jon Ward – Founder of Braincat Whether you’re writing a novella, a grant request, or a list Continue reading The post Laying it Out: 6 Outline Formats Every Writer Should Know appeared first on NOOR ANAND CHAWLA.... Read more »
  • How Curiosity is the Meta Skill to Thrive in the 21st Century?
    Guest post by the team at Real School Curiosity encourages children to be more aware of their surroundings and to Continue reading The post How Curiosity is the Meta Skill to Thrive in the 21st Century? appeared first on NOOR ANAND CHAWLA.... Read more »
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    A Vibrant Palette

  • How to address Mental Health of senior citizens in India #CauseAChatter
    “Child is the father of man” ~ William Wordsworth. I can still clearly recall how animatedly George Sir, our English teacher in school, explained the meaning of this beautiful idiom to us. Although my amateur mind couldn’t entirely fathom the deep meaning hidden behind those words back then, I’m fairly... Read more »
  • Z ~ Nutritious Foods for a Fit Lifestyle #BlogchatterA2Z
    This is my last post for #BlogchatterA2Z and I’m filled with a bittersweet feeling. While on one hand, I’m immensely grateful for the writing discipline and month-long distraction from devastating news, I can now thankfully sleep soundly without dreaming of alphabet-wise food lists! 😉 Knowledge grows as we give it... Read more »
  • Y ~ Nutritious Foods for a Fit Lifestyle #BlogchatterA2Z
    When I started with this “Nutritious Foods for a Fit Lifestyle” series for #BlogchatterA2Z I was apprehensive about how it would be accepted. I’m a huge advocate of healthy eating and believe in making fitness a part of our everyday life. It is heartening to find out that so many... Read more »
  • X ~ Nutritious Foods for a Fit Lifestyle #BlogchatterA2Z
    The last year has compelled us to reconsider our health goals, reorganise our priorities and revamp our entire way of life. “Strengthen yourself or perish” has been the scariest unsaid fact looming like a persistent grey cloud over us. The rude wake-up call served as a warning about the downside... Read more »
  • W ~ Nutritious Foods for a Fit Lifestyle #BlogchatterA2Z
    Exotic fruits and vegetables to seasonal and indigenous foods, every ingredient adds some nutritive value to our meals. Along with these, a fit lifestyle includes natural supplements that nourish us and strengthen us from within. Local grocery markets offer the best fresh produce and reintroduce us to the goodness of... Read more »
  • V ~ Nutritious Foods for a Fit Lifestyle #BlogchatterA2Z
    We’ve braved, powered through and reached the last week of #BlogchatterA2Z. They say that food brings people together. When done right, I would like to add that it also gives one a means and purpose to lead a healthy and happy life. My series on Nutritious Foods for a Fit... Read more »
  • U ~ Nutritious Foods for a Fit Lifestyle #BlogchatterA2Z
    They announce their presence with their heady aroma and make your rumbling stomach growl some more. Their enticing sight can make you salivate and break your steeliest resolve within moments. They’re your best bet at resilience and most formidable enemy to defend. Why am I going in circles without pronouncing... Read more »
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    Corporette

  • Weekend Open Thread
    Are you on the hunt for sandals this year? Which ones from previous years are you eager to pull out again? The post Weekend Open Thread appeared first on Corporette.com.... Read more »
  • Weekly News Update
    The ethics of thrifting, dealing with the "retinoid uglies," and how looking young affects your career. Plus, on CorporetteMoms we talked about what to do when you're vaccinated but your kids aren't. The post Weekly News Update appeared first on Corporette.com.... Read more »
  • Frugal Friday’s Workwear Report: Ruffle Sleeveless Eyelet Blouse
    This top is fancy-looking enough that you could wear it tucked into a pencil skirt for work, but comfy enough to wear with a pair of shorts and sandals for the weekend. The post Frugal Friday’s Workwear Report: Ruffle Sleeveless Eyelet Blouse appeared first on Corporette.com.... Read more »
  • Coffee Break: Bea Bongiasca Jewelry
    This designer's jewelry is so colorful and fun -- but is it distinctive enough for the price tag? Let's discuss. The post Coffee Break: Bea Bongiasca Jewelry appeared first on Corporette.com.... Read more »
  • How Have You Made Mask-Wearing More Comfortable?
    How have you made mask-wearing more comfortable? The post How Have You Made Mask-Wearing More Comfortable? appeared first on Corporette.com.... Read more »
  • Thursday’s Workwear Report: Ruffle-Hem Pencil Skirt
    I’m a sucker for kelly green in all forms, but this ruffle-hem pencil skirt is really speaking to me. The post Thursday’s Workwear Report: Ruffle-Hem Pencil Skirt appeared first on Corporette.com.... Read more »
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    Julie Blanner

  • Gin Mojito
    If you love all the flavors of a classic mojito but maybe not the rum, this gin mojito is just the ticket! Filled with all the lime and mint flavor loved around the world, you also get the mellow, smooth and herbaceous hint of gin.... Read more »
  • Sugar Scrub
    This is a fragrant and luxurious sugar scrub made with staple ingredients in your kitchen. You'll find that it's an easy and inexpensive sugar scrub recipe that's great for gift-giving or washing away the winter blues!... Read more »
  • Blueberry Mojito
    A blueberry mojito is the freshest, most festive way to enjoy a summertime sip on your patio. No matter the occasion, this is an easy, gorgeous cocktail in a lively pink hue you're going to love.... Read more »
  • Virgin Mojito
    Bubbling with sweet, lime-infused juicy flavor, this virgin mojito recipe is perfect for baby showers, wedding showers, and simply serving to friends who abstain. A non alcoholic mojito is so easy to make, and incredibly refreshing on a warm summer day! With all the sweetness of a mojito and the... Read more »
  • Homemade Margarita
    This is the best Homemade Margarita recipe that will make you want to ditch the margarita mix forever! A margarita from scratch is so much easier than you might think - just three ingredients and a few quick tips and you're on your way to something truly delicious.... Read more »
  • The ONLY Homemade Margarita Mix Recipe You’ll Ever Need
    This homemade margarita mix really is the best! It's so simple and easy to make and with just two ingredients, all you need to do is add tequila! Make up a batch of the BEST margarita mix for easy to make cocktails for Cinco de Mayo and summer parties.... Read more »
  • Mango Mojito
    Teeming with juicy ripe mango, don't skip this incredibly fruity Mango Mojito recipe. The combo of mint, lime and mango is perfect to sip and savor all summer long!... Read more »
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    Dawn and Hope

  • Mother’s Day Gift Ideas and Giveaway!
    This year Mother’s Day falls on May 9. Although we do not have to celebrate our mother’s or mother figures only once in a year, it is a great opportunity to shower our love and affection to make it special. Background Mother’s Day is a holiday honoring motherhood that is... Read more »
  • 12 ways to celebrate Earth Day
    April 22 is Earth day. Although we do not have to remember Mother Earth only on this day, it is a great reminder for all of us to do our part to show our love and appreciation for everything the green planet gives us daily. Today’s post includes 12 simple... Read more »
  • The 4 R’s of learning| How to motivate all students
    This post may contain affiliate links and I may earn compensation when you click on the links at no additional cost to you. I recently realized that the last post I wrote on education or educator tips was in October 2020! How did this happen? I am a full time... Read more »
  • 5 ways to raise confident kids
    Self-confidence is a necessity. If you are confident inside, you appear confident, charismatic and intelligent outside. Research says that self confidence may lead to success and happiness. Confidence is believing in yourself, and it is a skill that can be developed. In today’s post, I write about five simple ways... Read more »
  • Remembering women of color during Women’s History Month
    Women’s History Month is celebrated in March in many countries around the world. The month also coincides with International Women’s day celebrated on March 8th. Throughout this month, let us all remember and honor women for their contributions in making this world a better place. In today’s post I pay... Read more »
  • Explorer Academy: The Nebula Secret book review
    I received this product for free from Moms Meet (momsmeet.com) to use and post my honest opinions. Compensation for this post was provided and this page may contain affiliate links. Today’s post is my review and recommendation for the Explorer Academy: the Nebula Secret book. This adventurous book by Trudi... Read more »
  • 5 ways to celebrate Black History Month
    This post may contain affiliate links and I may earn compensation when you click on the links at no additional cost to you. As we near the end of February, this post is about spreading awareness about Black History Month celebrated in February in US and Canada, and in October... Read more »
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    Lifestyle and Berries

  • Mules Shoes : Spring – Summer 2021
    The post Mules Shoes : Spring – Summer 2021 appeared first on Lifestyle and Berries.... Read more »
  • Tomato Bruschetta – Vegan, Easy and Tasty
    Tomato Bruschetta Ingredients 350 gr. bread 75 ml olive oil 2 clove(s) of garlic 2 tomatoes 2 tbs basil leaves 1 tbs balsamic vinegar salt pepper Method Preheat the oven to 180ο C (350ο F) set to fan. Cut the bread into 8-9  slices and brush them with 50 ml... Read more »
  • Hailey Bieber’s Evening Skincare Routine
    This is Hailey Bieber’s evening skincare routine Watch all the steps below in a video on her YouTube channel. Hailey Bieber has never hidden her love for beauty, as she often shares tips & tricks through Instagram. A while ago she registered the name Rhode for her future beauty brand.... Read more »
  • Couscous Salad Recipe : 80 Calories per Serving
    Couscous Salad     Ingredients   1 cup couscous, 100% whole-wheat 1 1/2 cup boiling water 1 cup zucchini cut into 1/4-inch pieces 1 medium red pepper, bell cut into 1/4-inch pieces 1/2 cup red onions finely chopped 3/4 teaspoon cumin (ground) 1/2 teaspoon pepper, (black ground) 1/2 cup dressing,... Read more »
  • What Dried Fruits Should I Eat When Dieting?
    Dried fruits are an ideal solution for snacks if you follow a healthy diet. They contain all the nutrients of fresh fruit and are easy to transport, do not need a cleaning process, and can be kept for a long time at home without spoiling. They are a very healthy... Read more »
  • Tomato Juice Health Benefits
    Α new research shows the tomato juice health benefits and suggests that drinking unsalted tomato juice can lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels, two important factors that contribute to cardiovascular disease. A glass of tomato juice a day not only protects us from cardiovascular disease but helps digest and maintain... Read more »
  • 9 Rice Varieties & How To Cook Them Right
    Rice is the base of the diet of billions of people. There are many rice varieties, about 40,000, but we know and cook only some of them. So let’s see which is the most suitable for each use since not all varieties are suitable for all foods. Rice began to... Read more »