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February 23, 2018

What Is an Ice House and Why Should I Care?

Once used to store ice when electricity hadn't yet been discovered, ice houses have changed the course of history in more than one way. Learn more now.
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February 15, 2018

Top 5 Fashion Capitals of the Eastern US

The time of the year that most fashionistas (Editor: like myself) love is among us: New York Fashion Week! It’s the one week of the year where our eyes look like deer caught in headlights due to the new and innovative looks that fashion designers and brands showcase for the upcoming seasons. Just like those popular brands and designers whose names ring bells, there are states and cities that are known to be the “go-to” for all things fashion. It’s no surprise that New York is and has always been one of the top four fashion capitals but what about the other cities and states that get overshadowed by their tough competition? Well, below we shine a light on some [...]

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January 23, 2018

10 Life Hacks for Lowering Your Living Expenses

Are you house rich, but cash poor? The phrase is often used to describe people who have a house payment so large they can’t afford anything else – like food, gas, utility bills and things they need day-to-day. If this describes you, don’t worry. You’re not alone, and you can get through it with these ten life hacks for lowering your living expenses.

One: Develop a spending plan

The old-school term for a spending plan is a budget. As much as most of us hate the idea of budgets, they are lifesavers when it comes to helping you save money. If you’ve tried budgets and they just don’t work, consider Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University, or [...]

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January 19, 2018

How to Turn Your Home Into a Meditation Retreat This January

This January, take some time to transform your house into a retreat of good vibes and positive aspirations with these tips for mindfulness at home.
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January 17, 2018

New Year’s Resolutions Aren’t Just For You; Make One for Your Home Too

New Year's resolutions often involve losing weight or saving money. This year, make a point to invest a little extra time into your home.
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January 5, 2018

5 East Coast Food Blogs and How They Celebrate Their Cities in Style

Don't be intimidated by the prospect of finding good dining options in unfamiliar cities. Check out these 5 east coast food blogs that know what's up.
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November 29, 2017

Tips for Finding a Great House or Pet Sitter

Homeowners with pets, especially large dogs and livestock, know it’s almost impossible to find a house or pet sitter, especially one that can be trusted alone in your home. Most homeowners look for local sitters, the high school kid next door, or the retired couple down the street. But are those really your best or only options? “Maybe,” say Betsy and Pete Wuebker, “It depends on the homeowner.” For those with more expensive homes, assets, and precious pets, a better option is a professional sitter.

The Wuebkers have two lifetimes of homeownership themselves, including twenty years in Minnesota and a few years in Hawaii. They stepped into pet [...]

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November 24, 2017

4 East Coast Cities for Mountain Bike Enthusiasts

Want the buzz on east coast cities for mountain bike enthusiasts? Get the best berms with this list of best east coast cities for bikers.
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November 21, 2017

How to Host a Glam Friendsgiving Party

Style a festive Friendsgiving party with touches of gold and glam to celebrate the season of Thanksgiving with your friends and neighbors!
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September 18, 2017

The Top 5 Places to Live if You’re Obsessed With Autumn

These five cities feature some of the country's most incredible autumn foliage. Find the best cities to live in if the fall season is your favorite.
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September 1, 2017

How to Stay Healthy in America’s Least Healthy States

Trying to stay fit while living in a statistically unhealthy state? Learn new tips and tricks to live a healthy lifestyle despite your environment, from
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August 28, 2017

5 Cities Where Mountain Bikers Can Roost

How far do you need to drive to find a good hill to climb? Mountain biking news site Singletracks found that in 2016, mountain bikers took an average of two biking trips per year and about 90% of those trips were in cars. If you live far away from many good trails, you could easily find yourself spending more time in a car seat than in the saddle.

Put simply – it’s good to live near some good mountain biking trails. Using information from MTB Project’s incredible bike trail map, we picked out some the cities with the most and the best mountain bike trails nearby. Here are just five that are sure to burn your glutes.

Boston, MA

Beantown may not be the first [...]

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