Is a meal kit right for you? A nutritionist shares her tips on who should try one — and who should skip it. What’s for dinner? That can be a loaded question at the end of a busy day, when your decision-making
Combating climate change can feel bigger than us, but we can all take simple and practical measures to benefit the planet. As a growing number of companies sign up to close their doors in support of the
With three indoor cycling workouts a week plus healthier food choices — more sushi, less pizza — 63-year-old Brad Bloom lost 70 pounds. Goal weight: 215 pounds, which he hopes to reach by June Rabbi Brad
This week's "Modern Ruhles" podcast looks back at how the #MeToo movement has changed our dating culture … and how it hasn't. Next month marks two years since the sexual misconduct allegations against
Cabbage is cheap, versatile, has a long shelf life ... and it's having a moment. Here’s a sentence that might come as a surprise: Cabbage is cool. That taken-for-granted vegetable, that sturdy, dense of
Paying quarterly taxes? Today — Sept. 16 — is the third deadline for the 2019 tax year. Got some side income? Run a business? You’re facing a tax deadline today. Individuals who pay the Internal Revenue
Susan Clarke and CrisMarie Campbell use disagreement to strengthen their own bond and say other couples can do the same. Susan Clarke is a long-time cancer survivor who forged a path in business consulting.
This is the second of a two—part series that explores how to navigate a couple's finances when one person handles everything. Up first: how to handle the pitfalls, and here: how to make sure there's a
Instead of defaulting to 'fight or flight' responses, rely on these open-ended questions and phrases to navigate conflict and reconnect with your partner. Relationships go through seasons, and sometimes
Paying for things like pet and cell phone insurance and home warranties now may save you from a financial meltdown later. You may be ignoring an important part of your budget. According to personal finance
At the age of 40, Jamie Burton dropped the negative thinking that had plagued her since childhood and found the time, money and energy to put herself first. Family status: Married with three children,
When my boss, MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle, first approached me about developing a podcast, she had one central idea in mind: dialogue. “Our ability to debate and share ideas with those who don’t agree
According to Glassdoor, recruiters and hiring managers scan resumes for a whopping 6 seconds before moving onto the next. Here's how to make sure yours stands out. Job hunting can be daunting — whether
Most people don’t even know about these ridiculously simple money moves. Marie Kondo, the anti-clutter crusader, has some useful things to say about spare change (don’t let it sit around uselessly in bowl).