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5 Easy Tips to Instantly Elevate Any Art Display

Furniture makes a space functional and comfortable, but artwork and personal photographs are what transform it into a home brimming with character. …

30 Of The Most Breathtaking Destinations On Earth

BRB, booking plane tickets.

3 New Chicken Recipes We Can't Stop Talking About

Cooking

10 Natural Remedies for Anxiety

You’re anxious, worried, <i>freaked</i>. You’re upset about (pick one): money, health, work, family, love. Your heart is beating fast, your breathing is …

Alternative Medicine

Elevate your gardening skills (and save space) with climbing crops

In the garden, we’re always trying to make the most of the space we’ve got, especially if we live in a city or town. “Leafy suburb” is a positive phrase, evoking beautiful old trees and welcome summer shade. “Yard with a dinky patch of sun for vegetables” doesn’t have the same ring to it.<p>In …

Gardening

The Sophisticated New Tile Trend We Can't Get Enough Of

I'm very into tile. I have favorite kinds of tile. I watch tile trends. I have joked about starting a blog called 'Tile Therapy', but it is not …

Interior Design

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Although they are grown as annuals, tomatoes are tender perennials native to tropical regions. When grown in fertile, well-drained soil in full sun, some varieties reach heights of 6 to 8 feet. Many tomatoes benefit from caging or staking to prevent the stems from breaking under the weight of fruit …

Gardening

11 Summer Recipes You Can Make in a Slow-Cooker

When I think of slow-cookers, I automatically think of warm winter soups and stews. In fact, I associate slow-cooker recipes so heavily with winter …

Cooking

Science shows the way schools punish poor kids just makes their bad situations worse

Such strong punishments are likely based on the assumption that when kids act out, reprimanding them has the potential to remedy the psychological impulse that caused the bad behavior in the first place. But recent research suggests this assumption might often be wrong. According to a panel of …

Psychology

Plants That Grow in Full Shade

Searching for plants that grow in full shade is an endeavor fraught with challenges. The difficulties begin with the very language we use to discuss …

Landscaping

Composting can enrich your garden soil

Composting is one of the best things you can do for your garden and the environment, say Contra Costa Master Gardeners who specialize in …

Gardening

The Only 3 Rules You Need for Reaching a Healthy Weight

I just got off the phone with a coaching client, and tears came to my eyes as I reflected on our conversation. I remember the cycle she was living so …

Fitness

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Antipsychotics: Do they do more harm than good?

Millions of people in the United States live with schizophrenia and other severe mental disorders. Many of these people control their symptoms with …

Once you implement these 25 tips, your life will improve in 100 days

When it comes to achieving your goals and living the life you want, I’m sure you’ve heard enough about “positive thinking” or “positive …

25 places you should visit before they disappear forever

From Patagonia's glaciers to Africa's Congo Basin, these threatened natural wonders span the globe.<p>Keep scrolling to see where you should visit sooner rather than later.<p><i>Talia Avakian contributed reporting to an earlier version of this article.</i>

National Parks

Ten Interview Questions That Scream 'You Don't Want This Job'

Fear is the most powerful force in the universe that no one talks about.<p>Fear has tremendous influence over our career decisions.<p>When you’re afraid of your boss (as many if not most working people are) you keep your mouth shut at work when you really want to speak.<p>When you’re running out of cash and …

Employment

Cormac McCarthy Explains the Unconscious

This past week, the novelist Cormac McCarthy published the first nonfiction piece of his career, a three-thousand-word essay titled “The Kekulé Problem,” in the popular science magazine <i>Nautilus</i>. It is studded with suggestive details about the anatomy of the human larynx, what happens to dolphins …

Literature

The Fatal Interview Mistake 90% Of Job Seekers Make

Dear Liz,<p>I’m job-hunting and I’m getting very frustrated. I can get job interviews without much trouble.<p>When I had three interviews lined up in a two-week period last month I thought “I won’t be unemployed for much longer!”<p>I had the three interviews and I haven’t heard anything back. All three …

Employment

Types Of Blood: Why AB Negative And Positive Are So Rare

You’ve probably donated blood at least once in your life so, along with free apple juice, the American Red Cross gave you a card identifying your …

7 Life-Changing Lessons From Someone Who Lost Everything | Inc.com

Independence found, and lost.<p>When I was 19, I landed a job that would be a turning point in my life and teach me not only that life isn't fair, but that it shouldn't be.<p>At the time, I was basking in my newfound independence, living on my own, paying my way through college and looking for work, …

Self-improvement

These 15 Chicken Dinners Are Equal Parts Fast and Fancy

There are basic chicken recipes we all keep in our meal plan rotation — and then there are the chicken recipes that make you feel like a dinner …

Cooking

One Answer That Will Increase Your Probability of Getting Hired | Inc.com

In 1995, I was approached by two classmates in college. They, apparently, had started a company, and were considering offering me a job as the lead developer. No doubt, I was fascinated. But then, one of them asked me if I was familiar enough with the Motorola (later Freescale) 6805 processor …

Employment

The 15 Most-Pinned Healthy Dinner Recipes on Pinterest

When I'm strapped for new and exciting recipes, Pinterest is the first place I look for inspiration (pinspiration?).<p>Pinterest is especially helpful …

Cooking

Want to Be Emotionally Resilient? Science Says Do This | Inc.com

Do you worry a lot? Sometimes over things you absolutely can't control, so that worrying about them serves no practical purpose? Do you think you worry too much? Do you worry that all this worrying may not be good for you?<p>Most of us do at least some of this kind of worrying at least some of the …

Research

How to Install Peel-and-Stick Wallpaper

This easy DIY project lets you transform a room — as often as you want. Sponsored by Get REALTOR®

Copyright

The Brain Tricks Heavy Drinkers Into Thinking They're Just Fine

Heavy drinkers tend to think that they’ve attained some sort of practice and are better able to handle themselves while drunk. But previous research …

The Brain

'When I Was Your Age' And Other Pitfalls Of Talking To Teens About Stress

It's difficult to have a teenager's mind. The brain develops rapidly during the adolescent years, which partially explains why teens experience anger, sadness and frustration so intensely.<p>During these tumultuous years, hormones surge, bodies change and adolescents must face a number of social and …

Parenting

Helping a first-grader cope with life’s disappointments

<i>Q: I just put my first-grader on the bus. Right before that, I had received a text that said he wouldn’t be able to go to a friend’s house as planned because his friend had become sick. He asked me to see whether he could go to another friend’s house and declared, “I am going to someone’s house.”</i> …

Parenting

Physicists Say They've Created a Fluid With 'Negative Mass'

Holy crap.<p>Researchers in the US say they've created a fluid with negative mass in the lab... which is exactly as mind-bending as it sounds.<p>What it …

Physics