Self-awareness is an important tool for reflection and personal development that can help us better navigate our lives, set goals, strengthen our interpersonal relationships and improve our overall psychological wellbeing.
If you’re one of those people who start celebrating Christmas the minute the Thanksgiving turkey dinner is packed up into Tupperware, you can never have too many ways to stuff festive activities into the next 28 days.
Cacio e pepe has an exquisite ring and a rich taste, but it is one of the simplest, traditional Italian dishes around. It is a staple of modern Roman cuisine, translating as “cheese and pepper,” and believe it or not, that’s really all there is to it.
Turkeys are a part of the traditional Thanksgiving Day meal and have been a part of Indigenous traditions even longer. Here are some facts about turkeys that tell a little bit about where they came from and how they became a prominent part of the harvest festival of Thanksgiving.
With Thanksgiving to be more low-key than usual this year, it may just be the perfect holiday weekend to cozy up with a new read. With fewer people to share all the food-coma-inducing leftovers with, you might as well plan on staying put for awhile in your roomiest clothing, book in hand. Here are some reads fitting for the holiday.
The love you feel for the do-it-yourself project you spent hours toiling on is likely to be deeper than for the comparable product you could have purchased at the store.
You may have already noticed a significant bump in your energy bill with the recent drops in temperatures, but there are a lot of inexpensive or no-cost ways to help save energy and save money throughout the cold season.
Eggs Benedict is the quintessential Sunday brunch dish. It’s a diner staple, probably because it’s so labor-intensive and time-consuming to make. Only a foodie will spend that much of their day poaching eggs and preparing a fickle hollandaise sauce from scratch, but actually, that’s probably why it’s best made at home.
The adult coloring-book fad of 2015 came and went, which is really too bad since it makes a great quarantine activity. Coloring was heralded as a lighthearted way to combat stress, practice mindfulness and enjoy some simple fun, so it may be the perfect year for a coloring book resurgence.
There is still plenty of time to enjoy “Noirvember” with a seemingly endless cache of film noir to fill it, but don’t just stop at films made in the United States. Noir made a lasting impact on American filmmaking, but it soon spread to cinema around the world. This new cinematic style quickly became an international phenomenon.