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Swimming in zucchini bread and fresh-from-the-vine tomatoes this year? There’s a good reason. There are more vegetable gardens than ever in the U.S.
Growing numbers of Americans are planting their own gardens. According to a report by the National Gardening Association, over 30 million homes in the U.S., or over one in three of occupied homes, now boast vegetable patches.…
This is a true story, though you may not believe it. But believing in the magical is what finding money is all about. Tip One: Look down. Especially when you're traveling.Read more →
For the first time in 27 years, I’m not married or involved. For the first time in my life, I enjoy being by myself. I wish I’d tried it before I remarried.
We can communicate when we sleep. Scientific research has documented telepathic dreaming happens. Following find anecdotes about dreaming friends' secrets.Read more →
Living alone gives freedom — you don't have to worry about your cooking, your fashion, or where you throw your hat. Cohabitation, however, has its pluses.
Resveratrol, a compound found in the skin of red grapes, and red wine, appears to help the heart, diabetes, obesity, and, possibly, even dementia.Read more →
Whether shopping for vitamins, bandaids or licorice, too many decisions lurk in the aisles, including decisions about who to blame for so many choices.Read more →