My grandfather describes himself as the “Garage Sale King.” While visiting him in my youth, I would always tag along when he went to what seemed like every garage sale, yard sale and auction being held
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A friend recently told me about a previous company trying to lure him back to his old position. In a moment of crisp clarity, he said he could never go back no matter how enticing the offer. The reason?
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When I was 34, I decided to start seeing a life coach. I had a good career in finance, but I knew I wanted to make a change—and I thought it would help to sort through professional options with a neutral
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Every other Friday, Yossy Arefi from Apt. 2B Baking Co. shares dessert projects that demand a little extra time and effort. Because your weekends should always be sweet. Today: A recipe for one of our
Ingredients 4 tablespoons unsalted butter, divided, plus more for serving • 2 semi-firm pears, grated, about 1 cup total • 2 tablespoons sugar • 1/4 cup rum • 1 cup (5 ounces) all-purpose flour • 2 teaspoons
The classic combination of thyme, leeks, lemon and garlic is a perfect match for chicken I made this salad using fresh, uncooked chicken, but if you have cold leftovers they'll work really nicely with