Vicky Peppa

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7 Crazy New Ways to Find the Love of Your Life

To think...you once thought online dating was weird.

Adorable & Stylish At-Home Coffee Stations

<b>A cup of coffee in the morning</b> before work or one on a Sunday evening hanging out with your gal pals, if you’re a lover of coffee then the set-up …

How to Have a Great Relationship: 5 Words You Need to Remember

I’ve posted a lot about the research behind what makes relationships work — and not work.<p>How can you remember what all these studies have to say?<p>Just …

60 Summer Cocktail Recipes You Can Make at Home

Let happy hour be every hour with these warm-weather concoctions.<p>Let's be honest, there's almost nothing better in summer than the supreme chill of a tall cocktail on a hot day. To get you in the spirit of summer, try one of these zesty drinks that only require a few steps to whip up at home.

Encounter the bold movements and expressive gestures of sculptures by nineteenth-century French artist Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux in this exhibition that includes sketches, clay models, and marble and bronze sculptures. http://met.org/NAfAzV Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux (French, 1827–1875) | Wounded Cupid | 1874 | Musée des Beaux Arts, Valenciennes

The True Detective Glossary

What 10 Things Should You Do Every Day To Improve Your Life?

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18th-century London paintings meet Google Street View – in pictures

In a fine example of the changing faces of a city and the ways we document our surroundings, <b>Halley Docherty</b> has taken 18th and 19th-century paintings of London and superimposed them on to present-day Google Street View screenshots, making a collage of London then and now