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Get the Royal Yacht Britannia's Official Scone Recipe and Have Afternoon Tea Like the Queen

It doesn’t get much more English — or more royal — than sitting down for afternoon tea.<p>And of course, tea isn’t complete without a scone (or two!). …

29 Fragrances For When You Just Want To Smell Clean

If you’re a 21st-century woman with a stressful job and a calendar full of SoulCycle classes, then chances are you’re not into super-heady …

This French Trick to a Better Blowout Is Now Stateside

Stumbling upon an insiders-only beauty secret during the home stretch of December’s gifting marathon could be considered a holiday miracle—especially when this underground tip arrives from Paris, in the form of velvet-wrapped retro curlers promising to safeguard blowouts and buoyant party hair for …

Hair

This Facial Hair Removal Tool Has an Unexpected Bonus That Blew Me Away

I gave face shaving a try, and now I'm hooked: Not only did this little device remove my peach fuzz, but it helped my face look more contoured, …

These Haircuts Are Going to Take Over Salons in 2018

Beat the crowd to these trendy styles.<p>Ringing in the New Year always brings along fresh starts and new beginnings of all sorts. Our resolutions—made …

This Elon Musk Email to Tesla Employees Is a Powerful Lesson in Authentic, Heartfelt Leadership | Inc.com

Elon Musk is one of the world's most popular entrepreneurs. As the guiding force behind Tesla, SpaceX, and OpenAI -- not to mention helping to found PayPal -- he tackles some of the biggest challenges.<p>That includes some of the biggest leadership challenges.<p>Who better to know that than Daniel Coyle, …

Tesla

This Is Exactly What Will Happen When The Queen Dies

There are some things I avoid thinking about. If you're curious, those things are face mites, the entire concept of Pompeii, and the fact that …

London Bridge

What the living can learn from the dying

“When we come close to the end of our life, what’s really important makes itself known.”<p>We know that we will die, yet we spend much of our lives trying very hard not to think about it. But is it wise to ignore death? Could we live better if we spent more time thinking about our own mortality?<p>Frank …

Spirituality

Is Christmas Music Bad for Your Mental Health?

The holiday tunes are fine, but experts say listening to too much Christmas music or hearing it too early can cause anxiety and depression.<p>As soon as …

Decorations

Gratitude to Overcome Boredom, Difficulties, Complaining, & Feeling Overwhelmed

As many give thanks for what’s in their lives this week, we might look at how to go deeper with gratitude.<p>“Gratitude” seems like a trite and even …

Happiness

After interviewing 140 people at the top of their fields, Tim Ferriss realized almost all of them share the same habit

Tim Ferriss has been on an especially introspective journey over the past year.<p>Continuing in the vein of his other work, he decided to share with his audience what he's learned along the way.<p>In the last 12 months, Ferriss had the 10-year anniversary of "The 4-Hour Workweek" (the book that made him …

Emma Roberts Wants You to Read More, and She Has the Book Club To Make You Do It

On Thursday, Emma Roberts stopped by Pinterest headquarters in San Francisco to spread the word about her online book club Belletrist—yes, she has one—while the visual search engine opened its Pinterest Workshop to facilitate creating things in real life. Pinterest's idea is that if users actually …

What it’s really like behind the doors of a psychiatric hospital

opinion<p>Writer and mother, passionately outspoken about living with mental illness.<p><b>I’ve never been as scared as I was on the evening I was admitted to</b> …

Mental Health

As Overdose Deaths Pile Up, a Medical Examiner Quits the Morgue

CONCORD, N.H. — In the state morgue here, in the industrial maze of a hospital basement, Dr. Thomas A. Andrew was slicing through the lung of a 36-year-old woman when white foam seeped out onto the autopsy table.<p>Foam in the lungs is a sign of acute intoxication caused by an opioid. So is a swollen …