We often hear trainers and fitness enthusiasts say “you have to eat right in order to lose weight.” While the idea is simple the action is more complex. In a recent Facebook post I asked what were some issues people
Although it’s usually the food that people pay the most attention to on the Christmas dinner table, you might want to learn how to dress up your table to make the room more festive. Of course, with the economy the
We often pull out the sparkliest goods in our makeup wardrobe when prepping for the holiday party circuit, but the danger of slipping from sophisticated, candlelit glow to disco disaster is never far away. While we’re all for a straight-up
Your sweet dreams have finally come true, because a Beyoncé–“Hamilton” mashup exists, and it’s just as wonderful as we could have hoped for. Feast your ears on “#HAM4BEY,” a musical medley created by Michael Korte and arranged by Jared Jenkins
Nearly 10 years after the release of her debut album, Keke Palmer is back with the release of her new 5-track visual album, “Lauren.” Titled after her birth name, Lauren Keyana Palmer, the “Akeelah and the Bee” actress gives the
Creating a holiday haven doesn’t mean you have to blow your future bonus on lots of one-time-use decorations and elaborate alterations. Entertain your guests with these simple design tricks guaranteed to spread comfort and joy. Use an Ottoman as a
Don’t just reheat and serve. Transform leftover mashed potatoes into a delicious meal. We love Thanksgiving leftovers almost as much as the main event. It’s so satisfying to pile turkey and stuffing into thick, hearty sandwiches and transform cranberry sauce into a
As a busy, single, professional, the “singles’ table” may come with all kinds of connotations. You’re no longer defined by your professional title, but your relationship status. With all of your accomplishments and talents, everyone is the same at the singles’ table.
When most people think about Thanksgiving, they focus on food, family and football-watching. But putting the “thanks” back into Thanksgiving is a good start in improving your heart health, researchers say. “Somebody once said a grateful heart is a healthier
Between roasting a turkey, mashing potatoes, making gravy and generally turning your home kitchen into an industrial-grade feast-making factory, bartending is probably the last thing on your mind for Thursday. But the guests and, more importantly, you, will need drinks.