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In October 2004, I went on a family vacation. It was fun but, as with all family trips (at least in my family) it was exhausting, and I was ready to sink into
I first met Andie in the fall of 2001. We were both college freshmen, music majors who ended up in the same classroom for Music Theory 1. I was a freshly-minted high school graduate interested only in music, guys and ingesting as many drugs as I could get my hands on.
Dear Prudence: Help! I discovered my teen daughter using a hand mixer - on herself.
First of all, I have to say that I’m not displeased with how Prudence handled this one. Sexuality - including masturbation - is
a natural and healthy part of the human experience. What
Retirement planning is a dire concern in America today, and a sore topic for many. Many young people dealing with student loans and underemployment are in situations where simply affording necessities leaves little wiggle room, and many older people have suffered severe declines in retirement assets that didn’t recover after
I COME FROM A LONG LINE of political people. My great grandfather became a lobbyist for an aircraft manufacturer after he served in World War I, my grandfather was a town selectman in a small Pennsylvania town and my mother was
IT IS A TRUTH UNIVERSALLY ACKNOWLEDGED that any civilized person en-route to bed must be in want of a cosy hot drink. I don't know who started that frightful though admittedly logical idea that hot drinks should be confined to the winter months, but in my kitchen they are sustenance
There are so many toy options out there, choosing the one that’ll be the most fun for you is no joke! Whether you’re a toy virgin or an old hand looking to build your collection, there’s something on this list for every taste and price point.
So, why should you let
When I was growing up, the “D” word wasn’t taboo. It also wasn’t “damn.” Divorce rattled the bones of every familial structure I’d ever known, but now with the advent of leading-edge technology, wevorce.com has come onto the scene. And instead of making life easier for those who are
Student loans are depressing. I know mine feel like an albatross around my neck every single day. The amounts are egregious, the interest rates are exploitative, and worst of all, the information about how to manage student loans can be hard to find and even more difficult to understand.
In her book, Edible: An Adventure into the World of Eating Insects and the Last Great Hope to Save the Planet, author and entomophagist (that's "bug-eater" to you) Daniella Martin writes, "Many people say they 'don't like bugs,' are afraid of them, or are repelled by them on some deep,