The moment you enter your home after a long day is an opportunity to slow down — and one simple way to ensure you do that is by getting in the habit of taking off your shoes and slipping on a pair of comfy slippers. This small daily ritual says that the inside of your home is a special place. It encourages...
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A survey of over 400 patients who received brain surgery to treat epilepsy has revealed that a majority were satisfied 15 years after deciding to undergo the procedure.
As if you didn't have enough reasons to love Josh Hartnett already, the actor has put his Victorian mansion on the market for $2.4 million, and it's utterly gorgeous. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom Minneapolis home was built in 1887. Its old-world charm seamlessly mixes with Hartnett's modern aesthetic.
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In her 56 years, Lisa Swinton McLaughlin racked up more accomplishments than most who live decades longer manage to do: A Creighton University law school grad, she worked for 13 years as a Nebraska special assistant attorney general—before heading to medical school and ultimately becoming executive medical officer with the American Red Cross in Baltimore.
Barbara Hyde Evans completes many high-end interior designs for her clients, but when it came to her own beach house on Oregon’s Rockaway Beach, the designer’s ingenuity helped her keep to her tight budget. She pilfered pieces from her primary residence in Seattle, repurposed a few things that her...