Style & Beauty

  • What Amy Coney Barrett’s Confirmation Means For Healthcare

    What Amy Coney Barrett’s Confirmation Means For Healthcare0

    It’s been a rough month—er, four years, lifetime?—for feminists. First, hearts sank nationwide when the trailblazing, iconic Ruth Bader Ginsberg lost her cancer battle on September 18. And then on former Secretary of State and presidential candidate, Hilary Clinton’s birthday, the United States Senate confirmed Amy Coney Barrett into the supreme court. With this quick

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  • 16 Reasons Couples Seek Sex Therapy

    16 Reasons Couples Seek Sex Therapy0

    Many people believe that sex therapy is only for couples on the verge of breaking up, or who are questioning their identities, overcoming trauma, or in a sexless relationship. On the contrary, in more than a decade as a sex educator, I’ve learned that we could all use a little help in the bedroom! Today

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  • What People Wore To Work Before The Pandemic vs. Now

    What People Wore To Work Before The Pandemic vs. Now0

    These days I like to think of my closet as a tiny museum, an archive of good times and non-stretch waistband occasions past. Over the last six months of the COVID-19 pandemic, many of our wardrobes have changed dramatically, including what we used to refer to as “work clothes.” Early on in quarantine, an argument

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  • Girlfriend Collective’s Rare Sitewide Sale Is Finally Here

    Girlfriend Collective’s Rare Sitewide Sale Is Finally Here0

    HuffPost may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Prices and availability subject to change. You don’t need to apply a coupon at checkout — the discount is automatically applied. To make shopping easier on you, we picked out a few of our favorite finds that are now on sale on

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Food & Drink

  • Experts Share Cookbooks Getting Them Through The COVID-19 Pandemic

    Experts Share Cookbooks Getting Them Through The COVID-19 Pandemic0

    After days of staring at co-workers over Zoom and nights wide-eyed in front of endless streaming television binges, it feels good to open a cookbook instead of mindlessly scrolling to the latest viral recipe. But beyond the break from screen time, cookbooks offer an analog advantage of allowing cooks to really dive in deeply to

  • Just How Natural Are ‘Natural Flavors,’ Anyway?

    Just How Natural Are ‘Natural Flavors,’ Anyway?0

    From sparkling water to yogurt to pasta sauce, “natural flavors” appears on the labels of countless packaged foods and beverages. In fact, natural flavors are the fourth-most common ingredient listed on these labels, with only salt, water and sugar appearing more often, according to the Environmental Working Group. But what are natural flavors, and how

  • Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte Is Already Back For 2020

    Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte Is Already Back For 20200

    While the first day of fall isn’t until Sept. 22, Starbucks‘ release of its Pumpkin Spice Latte feels like an unofficial end to the summer season. The iconic drink returned to coffee shops for its 17th year in a row on Tuesday, Aug. 24, along with a few other pumpkin drinks and treats. If you

  • Tomato Peach Gazpacho | Feasting At Home

    Tomato Peach Gazpacho | Feasting At Home0

    A simple recipe for Tomato-Peach Gazpacho – cooling and refreshing and just what the doctor ordered on hot summer days. Top it with burrata cheese (or vegan ricotta) for a little creaminess. The butterfly counts not months but moments, and has time enough. ~Rabindranath Tagore Juicy summer peaches get paired with sweet heirloom tomatoes in

Home & Living

  • The Home Edit Stars Get Real About Parenting And Organizing In 2020

    The Home Edit Stars Get Real About Parenting And Organizing In 20200

    The year 2020 has been overwhelming for parents as they juggle remote learning, working from home, trying not to contract COVID-19 and taking care of their family’s mental health in this time of emotional hardship and behavioral regression. So the idea of keeping the home tidy and organized on top of all that may seem

  • Pandemic Products That Definitely Belong In A Time Capsule For 2020

    Pandemic Products That Definitely Belong In A Time Capsule For 20200

    HuffPost may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page. Prices and availability subject to change. HuffPost FindsThese are the weird, but also kind of useful, pandemic products that you didn’t know you needed. Mandatory face masks, quarantine birthday parties and social distancing at 6 feet apart — you probably couldn’t predict

  • 10 Movies To Watch Before They Leave Netflix At The End Of November

    10 Movies To Watch Before They Leave Netflix At The End Of November0

    Over 40 movies are leaving Netflix during November. Many of these departures are big losses for the service. I keep a running list of the best movies to watch on Netflix, and many of the departing films are included in that group. A couple of films I’m particularly sad to see go are “Moneyball” and

Wellness

  • How To Get Through The Rest Of The Election Without Losing Your Mind

    How To Get Through The Rest Of The Election Without Losing Your Mind0

    Feeling a little antsy about how Nov. 3 will play out? You’re not alone; the 2020 presidential election is such a nail-biter, therapists say they’ve been hearing clients voice their concerns and worries about the outcome for months. “I don’t think a day of work goes by where at least one of my clients doesn’t

  • Pope Foregoes Mask, Blames ‘Lady Called COVID’ For Social Distancing At Audience

    Pope Foregoes Mask, Blames ‘Lady Called COVID’ For Social Distancing At Audience0

    VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis has blamed “this lady called COVID” for forcing him to keep his distance again from the faithful during his general audience, which was far smaller than usual amid soaring coronavirus infections in Italy. Francis again eschewed a protective mask Wednesday even when he greeted a few maskless clergymen at

  • What To Eat First Thing In The Morning To Reduce Anxiety

    What To Eat First Thing In The Morning To Reduce Anxiety0

    As many as 40 million American adults — or 18% of the population — live with an anxiety disorder. And during the pandemic, those numbers may be even higher; according to the American Psychological Association’s recent Stress in America report, nearly 1 in 5 adults say their mental health is worse than this time last

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