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30 High-Impact Home Improvement Ideas That Cost Less Than $150
Tackle common home improvement projects and transform often-overlooked spaces with simple and budget-friendly updates. You’ll be surprised at what a big impact these changes can have on the style and function of a room. Try one (or a few) of these affordable mini makeovers to help your home look better and work harder. 01 ofContinue reading “30 High-Impact Home Improvement Ideas That Cost Less Than $150”
The 14 Best Walking Shoes for Women, According to Podiatrists
Brands including OOFOS, Hoka, New Balance, and Asics offer women style, stability, and function for walking, hiking, and more — plus support for concerns like pronation and plantar fasciitis. A quick look at the best walking shoes for women When it comes to buying walking shoes, many people prioritize style over fit. However, according to Dr.Continue reading “The 14 Best Walking Shoes for Women, According to Podiatrists”
Every Movie Theater vs. Streaming Release Is Riddled With Pros and Cons
In Greek mythology, Hecate was the goddess of intuition who possessed three-way perspective that allowed her to bridge the gaps between past, present and future. She was particularly useful at crossroads, as she could discern origins and determine where each of the two paths would lead. Yet even Hecate, with her third sight and intuition,Continue reading “Every Movie Theater vs. Streaming Release Is Riddled With Pros and Cons”
Why is Natural Black Hair Still Seen as “Unprofessional”?
Now that we are returning to the office, it is time to talk about the racism behind what is considered correct office attire. When you google “unprofessional hair for work,” most of the results show black women with their natural hair. Check “professional hairstyles,” and you will find mainly coiffed white women. This has beenContinue reading “Why is Natural Black Hair Still Seen as “Unprofessional”?”
Unemployment Is Really Low. So Why Can’t These People Find Jobs?
Nathan Bonds’ breaking point came after 19 months of unemployment, 23 interviews, and 200 applications. His résumé had been rejected by a string of minimum wage jobs—including the local L.L. Bean and J. Crew outlets—and Bonds, who lives in Cranston, R.I., was scraping by on temporary construction work. By the time a friend offered himContinue reading “Unemployment Is Really Low. So Why Can’t These People Find Jobs?”