Who am I kidding? I’m the worst small talker I know If there’s anything I dislike more, it’s small talk. Useful as lubricant for many social situations—first day of school, first day at work, etc.—small talk is polite but mostly awkward,
A night of gin tasting and cocktails with kimchi in it
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It’s tough being a parent; it helps to know that when the going gets tough, you’re not alone
Can't cook? No problem Among the cough many things I dread as a 20-something—cue eye-roll from Baby Boomers and Gen X—is the reality that one of these days, I will need to learn how to cook. The extent of my kitchen
Jameson has been in the Whiskey industry for centuries—it’s easy enough to say they know their stuff. Now it’s your turn to do a little learnin’.
Bad gift stories are part of what makes the holidays the holidays. But just because it’s tradition doesn’t mean we can’t learn from them—right?
Time to get those creative juices flowing The dawn of a fresh year is about welcoming the new as much as it is ridding ourselves of the old. It might sound a little dramatic, we know––but is there really a better
Stop saying sorry for the sake of saying sorry With all due respect to Sir Elton John, I have a question: If sorry is the hardest word, then why do we use it like a filler for awkward situations? We say sorry
Here’s to ringing in #NoBaggage2019
The best part: this year-ender get-together holiday hack doesn’t entail slaving away in the kitchen.
If you don’t have the money or the time, these DIY gifts might just save your life (and your holidays)
This season, it’s not just all about giving to others. Give yourself a break and #TreatYoSelf
Now we’re believers in easy but elevated everyday meals
We all have that one guilty pleasure I’m writing this article in the second week of December, which means two things: That the holidays and the necessary evils they bring (read: a sudden spike in traffic, thicker mall crowds and ever so