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Alon Ben-Meir

Netanyahu Betrays What's Best For Israel

Alon Ben-Meir | January 29, 2015 | World
Prime Minister Netanyahu has been more vocal than any of his predecessors about the 'looming Iranian danger,' insisting that any agreement to prevent Iran from acquiring nuclear weapons will amount to nothing more than a technical pause. He has been rallying members of Congress to impose additional crippling sanctions on...
Judi Sheppard Missett

Are You Giving Your Body Its Best Shot at a Long, Healthy Life?

Judi Sheppard Missett | January 29, 2015 | Healthy Living
Think of your health like a savings account. Are you saving for a rainy day? There's so much we can do right now to contribute to our future wellbeing and longevity. Ask yourself these questions to get on track for a long, happy, healthy life.
Laura Stack

From Blah to Rah: Turning Around a Bad Day at Work

Laura Stack | January 29, 2015 | Business
Once you've done your visualization, taken your sanity break or had your tea, find something on your to-do list you feel capable of tackling -- and get to work. Maybe that will warm you up for another, more important item on your list.
BobVila.com

The 8 Common Painting Mistakes Almost Everyone Makes

BobVila.com | January 29, 2015 | HuffPost Home
While the whole process is quite simple, it's also surprisingly easy to muck up your paint project with a few silly mistakes. How many have you committed in prior paint jobs?
Jessica Woodbury

Winter: A Parent's Nightmare

Jessica Woodbury | January 29, 2015 | Parents
A few years in, I can say confidently that being an urban working parent in winter is a challenge like none other. It's begun and now there's no turning back until Spring.
Steve Mindel

What Causes Divorce: 5 Red Flags to Watch Out for

Steve Mindel | January 29, 2015 | Divorce
The ultimate reasons for splitting up are not nearly as important as what leads up to them. There are red flags--plenty of them--along the way, if a person is paying attention.
Stephanie D. Lewis

12 Zany Uses For Your Smartphone Camera

Stephanie D. Lewis | January 29, 2015 | Fifty
Take a picture of the hot/cold lever in the shower so you remember how it's swiveled for just the perfect temperature. Do the same thing with the little dial on your toaster after you've crisped the perfect bagel.
Teresa White

Career Advice For My Younger Self

Teresa White | January 29, 2015 | Business
No matter how far you go in your career, no matter how much you achieve, never stop working on your career. Consider it a work that's always in progress.
V.K. Harber

My Yoga Body: Finding My Way Back Into Life After Sexual Assault

V.K. Harber | January 29, 2015 | Healthy Living
Pregnant and preparing for another birth, I found myself once again feeling out of control as my body did what it needed to. Now, seven months postpartum, I am still getting to know my now twice-changed body, struggling to breathe my way into acceptance and embodiment.
Kristin Battista-Frazee

Book Review: Spice by Jenna Jameson and Jaime Schmidt

Kristin Battista-Frazee | January 29, 2015 | Books
Spice offers a quick, fluffy read that features interesting sex scenes and it kept me reading to the end to find out what happens next. If you're expecting this to be a great literary work or Hemingway, you will be disappointed. Just accept it for what it is, like a juicy episode of Young and the Restless, and enjoy the read.
Debbie Gisonni

Confused About What to Eat? 8 Strategies for Healthy Eating and Weight Loss

Debbie Gisonni | January 29, 2015 | Healthy Living
Below are eight strategies for healthy eating and weight loss that can be modified based on your belief system, your personal preferences and your individual body.
Maryann Jacobsen

Why I Made the Switch to Serving Dessert With Dinner

Maryann Jacobsen | January 29, 2015 | Parents
This isn't about getting my kids to eat less, it's about taking the attention away from sweets in a world that does the opposite. Sweets are just another enjoyable food to eat but not the main event. I think dessert with dinner gets that message across loud and clear.
Colleen Arneil, PhD

5 Easy Ways to Get More Done

Colleen Arneil, PhD | January 29, 2015 | Small Business
With so many tasks to juggle you can easily wind up stressed and scattered. And that's a big problem because those feelings impact your ability to thrive in your business.
Ryan Hatch

When We Talk About Tom Brady, Let's Leave Gisele Out Of It

Ryan Hatch | January 29, 2015 | Women
The New England Patriots and Seattle Seahawks will play in the Super Bowl this Sunday in Glendale, Arizona. It'll be a great game, and there are probably enough story lines and subplots to fill a 160-page Quentin Tarantino script.
YourTango

12 Pieces Of Clichéd Marriage Advice That Actually Hold True

YourTango | January 29, 2015 | Weddings
The couple that plays together, stays together.
Healthy Harlequin

6 Ways We Can Use Taste and Smell to Optimize Our Nutrition

Healthy Harlequin | January 29, 2015 | Healthy Living
Though talks of tongue and smell might not be the trendiest of health news at the moment, they are no doubt the senses that are most intimately linked to our nutrition -- and therefore indispensable to our everyday journey towards better health.
YourTango

5 Reasons I Wish My Parents Would Have Divorced

YourTango | January 29, 2015 | Divorce
As someone who lived through this as a kid, let me tell you this: staying for the sake of the kids is the WORST thing you can do for the kids.
Ellen Freudenheim

A Non-Insiders Guide: 8 Strategies for Getting Sundance Film Tickets

Ellen Freudenheim | January 29, 2015 | Entertainment
Everybody knows what Sundance is, more or less -- the nation's premiere independent film festival. But other than film industry insiders and Sundance groupies, almost nobody understands how to navigate the ticket thicket for the annual January film fest.
Susan Winter

Is the First Cut Really the Deepest?

Susan Winter | January 29, 2015 | Women
Our first love may not be our last love. But it's forever etched in our hearts. It's the reminder of the finest part of ourselves as we found unity with another. It's the template we seek to revisit.
Melissa Chapman

On Being OK With Putting My Supermom Cape Away

Melissa Chapman | January 29, 2015 | Parents
This year, I got thrown a curve ball. My daughter found herself in the midst of a social situation that Supermom could not swoop in and fix.