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Summertime Entertaining Craft: DIY Natural Place Card Holders

by guest blogger Mark Kintzel, designer Summertime is all about being outdoors and outdoor entertaining! When setting your outdoor table, create an amazing and unique tablescape by following these few simple steps. DIY Natural Place Card Holders You’ll need: Rocks (you can use small rocks found in your backyard, by a river, or pick up […]

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What Happens When You Stop Fighting Change

It’s cliché but true: The only constant is change. Look at nature. It’s never still. Even rocks, given geological time, move. Or look at kids. One minute they are cute babies, the next they are cute but challenging toddlers, and so on. The rule applies to us all: A glance in the mirror reminds us […]

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Can the LGBT Community Do What Has Never Been Done Before?

If all the voices of the parents, family, and friends grieving 27 schoolchildren and teachers couldn’t significantly affect the gun laws in America, what can? In the aftermath of the tragedy in Orlando, I think the voice of the LGBT community might be our best chance to drive the conversation forward to get the job […]

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Tons of Fun Ways to Use a Stainless Ice Cube Tray

by Shelbi Stoneback, associate director of customer experience at Rodale Many of us nowadays have a freezer that creates ice all on its own, so we don’t give a second thought to why we could use an ice cube tray. But this tray is special—really special. There’s no cheap plastic to break or split after […]

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The Green Father’s Day Gift Guide

by guest blogger Amanda Harding, copywriter at Rodale’s Ties make great gifts, but if you really want to impress dear old dad this Father’s Day, treat him to a present with real meaning behind it. We’ve rounded up our favorite gifts for guys that aren’t just great to receive—they’re also made from eco-friendly, non-toxic materials […]

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Too Much Free Stuff

by guest blogger Amanda Harding, writer and blogger My mother-in-law has a motto: “If it’s free, it’s for me!” She’s also really good with money, and I’m really not. So for a while I tried to live by that same motto. I accepted free samples, I clipped coupons, I nodded an enthusiastic “Yes!” whenever someone […]

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Can a Simple Question Cause a Communication Breakdown?

by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer Have you ever experienced the following in a relationship? Everything is going well, you feel connected, you’re enjoying one another, and then…Boom! Suddenly, you’re in a full-blown argument. And what’s worse, you didn’t see it coming. I’ve personally experienced this in my marriage. I feel sad and […]

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Marital Chat-iquette

by guest blogger Andeep Singh, documentarian and television and Web video producer It started as a fun informal poll that my husband and I would ask our friends. Question: How much do you talk to your partner at social events? Who knew that our little question would become a bit of a party gag? Here’s […]

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