Category: Lifestyle

wine

How to Properly Decant and Serve Wine

Learning how to pair wines with food is only half the battle. There are some important tricks to serving a wine that you should know, so that you and your guests can enjoy the full effect of its structure and composition. Sommelier Lee Campbell of Manhattan’s Pranna Restaurant graciously agreed to come back to give TH...

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How to Make, and Keep, a Realistic Resolution

It’s that time of year again. When the holidays come, you have a lovely time with friends and family, spend too much money, get fabulous gifts, and eat too much yummy food. Then comes the New Year, bringing with it the hope and desire to improve on some part of our life. You are determined that this...

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How to Love Your Job

If you find getting out of bed and going to work each day a chore, there are things you can do to change this. You don’t have to be ecstatic to head to the office, but you can learn how to love your job again — or at least like it significantly more than you currently...

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How to Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions

It’s that time of year again: New Year’s Resolution time. That time of year when we evaluate our lives, see what we need to change, and feel a huge burst of motivation and energy that, “This will be the year that I finally… [fill in the blank].” Last year I approached my New Year’s Resolutions a...

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How to Create a Budget You Can Really Live With

Whenever financial planners give clients guidance about managing their personal finances, they always advise them to start by creating a budget. That’s because your budget is the road map that keeps you on course. If it is prepared properly, you should be able to look at it and immediately determine if you are meeting your financial...

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How to Change A Flat Tire

I was on my way back to college for my sophomore year — windows open, music blaring. Oh, it was a good day! I couldn’t wait to reunite with all my friends! Suddenly there was a bang and a clatter, and my car pulled to the left. A tire blew. I limped over to the side...

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How to Avoid Identity Theft

Identity theft is a growing problem in the United States. According to the Federal Trade Commission, in 2016 there are 344,075 people who submitted complaints to the FTC regarding identity theft.  With these kinds of numbers, identity theft is not going away any time soon. Having your Social Security number, driver’s license, credit card numbers, and...

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How Not to Be Late

Are you the sort of person who is always late to everything? Ever wish you could change, but never could figure out how? Well, I have some theories I’m going to share, which may not apply to everyone, but if you are late all the time and have convinced yourself it’s just part of who you...