5 Ways To Refresh Your Home Decor For Spring And Summer

I’ve always been one for change. As a child, I was a nightmare. The minute I had convinced my mom to paint my room lime green, I was over it and ready to move on to another color. How about sand yellow and ocean blue? I think she wanted to kill me while painting coat…
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24 Movies That Scream ‘Summer’

I will never—under no circumstances—hide my love for summer. I love the sunshine and warm temps. I live for weekends on the lake and refreshing (alcoholic) beverages. I like to catch fish and wakeboard. I enjoy stargazing and bonfires. I love grilling out and yard games. Fourth of July is my jam. I love fresh…
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Smart Tampons: Your Period Could Save Your Life

In 2016, women are waiting longer to have children. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the average woman’s age for her first child in 1970 was 21.4. As of 2014, that age rose to 26.3. Whether starting a family is put on hold for career advancement, travel or other life endeavors, women…
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Politics For Dummies: June’s Presidential Debate Lineup

It’s officially June and the race for the American crown is tighter than ever. Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are shedding blood for the Democratic nomination and Donald Trump has become the Republican party’s only shot at a win. But it isn’t over yet. As Clinton continues to fight the repercussions of using her personal…
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Third Grade Thug Life: Nasty Things To Do With Food

Whether or not I have an appetite during the noon hour entirely depends on what I witness in the lunchroom at a local elementary school. (In case you missed it, I opted to partake in Fargo’s lunch buddy program where I’ve had lunch with one third grader every week for the last seven months.) I…
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National Wine Day: The Low-Down On All Things Wine

May 25 marks one of the most significant days of the year… National Wine Day, duh. Today, we honor all the things wine has ever done for us, including (but not limited to): Providing liquid courage in social settings Inspiring  Matt Bellassai (hello, “Whine About It”) Fending off stress accumulated in a day’s worth of…
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Summer Lovin’: 9 Recipes For Patio-Worthy Evenings

Something about summer inspires me… in the kitchen. Be it the fresh produce, beautiful weather or smell of the grill searing savory meat, summer makes cooking fun. But, as many do, I struggle to come up with new ideas for dinner each night. There’s only so many times you can make tacos and burgers before…
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Fart Without Fear: New Skivvies Seal The Stink

If you or your loved ones suffer from excessive gas or stench-ridden flatulence that leaves you gasping for breath, fear no more. There is a solution. UK-based company Shreddies has been around since 2008, but is just now breaking wind in the U.S. (pun intended). The company prides itself on making “flatulence filtering underwear,” and…
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Game Changer: 5 Fixes For A Bad Day

We’ve all had them: terrible days—the ones that are never invited to the party but always manage to sneak in the back door to crash it. No matter what good intentions we have for the hours ahead, if Terrible Day sets his eyes on you, you may as well forget your best laid plans. If…
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College Grad Guide: 7 Things I Wish I Would’ve Known

Graduation season is upon us. Across the country, people of all ages will be zipping up awkward, oversized gowns, donning stoles, and willingly securing ridiculous square-shaped caps on their heads. Fargo is no exception. Proud parents will tear up today and this weekend as students stride to the podium to receive their degrees. They’ll throw…
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