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DIY Artwork

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Whether you’ve just moved into a new house, apartment, or dorm, this DIY project is not only simple but it will help bring more color and style into any room. This is a painting my boyfriend and I made about two weeks ago, which it made it a lot more fun than doing it by […]

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Cohabit

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When it comes to moving in with your friends, girlfriend, boyfriend, or stranger, it can be quite exciting in the beginning. Truth is, it’s pretty difficult and takes time to adjust because everyone is different. Your definition of clean might not be theirs. I’ve lived with all guys the past 2 years including my brother, […]

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Veggies… Yum

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I’ve never been a fan of my veggies but I’ve grown to like some as I got older. One being, Spinach! Now there are hundreds of recipes involving spinach, but there’s one in particular I really love that my aunt gave me about two years ago. So I thought I would share it with you […]

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How Segregated Is Your City?

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Dustin Cable at University of Virginia created the “most comprehensive representation of racial distribution of America ever made.” You can go straight to the map, which is interactive by clicking here. You can also read a write-up of the effort over at Wired here. The image at the top shows Detroit’s 8 Mile Road, which is […]

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I Love Lamp

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Especially for those in a furnished apartment, sometimes the decor and furniture can be flat out boring.  And there’s nothing worse than a boring lamp. Nothing puts a damper on the atmosphere in the living room like a boring lamp with a plain shade. So the good folks at freshome.com put together a list of 40 […]

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Horrible Neighbors

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I grew up in a great neighborhood. There were plenty of kids my age, a forest as vast and exciting as Narnia,¹ and a pond in the back yard that bled into the nearby river. My brother and I used to rag on a few of the elders in the neighborhood, especially the clichéd old man […]

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From this TED talk: A team of researchers combed through thousands of Facebook status updates and charted when users ended their relationships: Some things they found: Peaks at Spring Break and before the Winter Holidays But a huge dip (lowest of the year) on Christmas Day Low break-up activity in the beginning of the school year A […]

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