The Best Ways to Decorate a Pumpkin, No Carving Knife Necessary

It’s the season of fall festivals and pumpkin-picking! That also means you might be gearing up to carve your annual jack-o’-lantern. But these creative DIY ideas might convince you to put down the carving knife and do something different this year. Crayon Drip Pumpkins [Good Housekeeping]This customizable craft gives you...

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Take to the Trails at Honeygo Regional Park

It’s easy to miss one of the coolest features of Honeygo Regional Park: the wooded hiking trails. So go with this insider tip in mind! The trailhead is at the bottom of the hill behind the football field, a bit beyond the paved walking path. On a crisp autumn day when...

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How to Refresh Your Apartment Closet for Fall

Getting ready for a new season is always a process, one that should include cleaning out your closet. In order to prepare for the impending cooler weather, spend some time organizing your wardrobe. Follow these steps to make the process simple. Gather your materials. Before you get started, take stock of...

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The Potato Salad Alternatives You Should Serve at Your Next Cookout

Potato salad is a quintessential summer dish, but it’s not exactly innovative. If you’re looking for something lower-carb or just a little bit different, whip up one of these hearty side salads instead. Cauliflower Salad [Food Network]This is probably the best low-carb equivalent to potato salad out there—the Food Network...

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What to Stream When You Need a Break From the Everyday

The world is changing rapidly right now, and the constant onslaught of news might be making it hard for you to unwind—especially if your home has suddenly become your workspace, too. One surefire way to recharge is to watch some good, old-fashioned mindless TV. Here are a few solid options...

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Save Room for Rice Pudding at Masala Twist

The chef at Masala Twist takes traditional Indian and Nepalese cuisine and puts a modern twist on the dishes. For instance, the chicken momo. The classic Nepalese dish consists of steamed dumplings stuffed with ground chicken tossed with a light mix of spices. It’s one of the many fusion dishes on the...

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How to Make Your Apartment Feel Like a Summer Oasis

Summer has arrived! That means fresh, local food at the farmers’ market, warm walks in the park, and maybe even a picnic or two. It also means you should start thinking about freshening up the decor in your apartment. Here are a few simple decorating ideas to help you welcome...

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How to Start a Summer Herb Garden Indoors

If you love to cook with fresh herbs, there’s a way to do it without running to the store all the time. Simply start your own garden. You don’t need any outdoor space to do it—a kitchen windowsill and a few containers will do the trick. Here’s how to get...

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Unpack a Spring Picnic at Eastern Regional Park

From the scenic overlooks of Eastern Regional Park, guests can glimpse the gently ebbing waters of Saltpeter Creek and the flora and fauna that rely on it for life. This is just one of the many reasons to pay a visit to the popular local park. You’ll find many other...

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Must-Haves for Your First Warm-Weather Run

With the weather getting warmer and warmer every day, you might be starting to take your workout routine outside on a regular basis. Here’s what you need to stay safe and comfortable while you’re exercising outdoors. Lightweight, sweat-wicking layers. Since spring bridges the gap between winter and summer, its weather can...

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