You get a text from a friend: "Flights to Paris are 300 bucks!" it says. Do you a) Book now, figure it out later, b) Agonize over whether you should do it and finally go to book only to find it's sold out, or c) Hit delete — you don't need that temptation?
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When you move into a house, you don't just inherit four walls and a roof from the previous owner. For better or for worse, homes hold our history in their bones. Some can store a decidedly bad energy, whether from a tragedy or just the ups and downs of life. But you don't have to channel all those bad vibes! With a few techniques, you can banish those vibes and get a fresh new start.
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Stop saying "smooth," to start.
“These are your cousins. You will probably be spending the night with them.”
So said the translator after my husband Brian and I arrived at the rural Slovakian home of his relatives, the cousins we'd just learned about.
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Once while renovating a big, old house in Detroit, I subsisted on pizza, Pringles, peanut butter and jelly, and M&Ms. (And bourbon.) My body did not thank me. Which is why, looking ahead to my next project—a kitchen refresh in my new place in Louisville, Kentucky—I turned to Jess Dang, a professional Bay Area meal planner who recently completed a major kitchen reno herself, for tips on not only surviving, but thriving.
Paris is so unbearably delicious that you want to take everything with you — just stuff all that amazing food in your bag so when you're home longing for the city you can at least console yourself with a taste of it. And you totally should! A plate of oozy, wonderfully stinky French cheeses isn't going to cure the malaise of missing Paris, but it's a start.