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Real Simple June/July 2000Mary Rozzi
  • Letter from the Editor, pg. 16
  • Your Letters, pg. 24
  • Balancing Acts, pg. 31
    Our readers tell us how they've simplified their lives
  • Small Pleasures, pg. 37
    Wade into summer


Money, pg. 45
All the insurance you need ― and a few policies you can cancel

Online, pg. 55
Planning a vacation has never been easier


Taking care, pg. 61
How to get rid of pollutants and irritants in your home

Clean Sweep, pg. 67
The fastest, easiest way to wash your windows


Entertaining, pg. 76
Have a drink Seven summer coolers, including a grown-up slushy.

Home, 84
A Simple Table One set of dishes you can dress up or dress down

Food, pg. 102
Short-Order Grilling Almost-instant summer dishes

Streamling, pg. 112
Packing Light Yes, you can live out of an 18-incher for a week

Clothes, pg. 108
Wash and Wear Say goodbye to dry cleaning; all this stuff is washable

Looks, pg. 116
5-Minute Makeup No time? No problem! A simple three-step system


Health, pg. 125
The only things you really need to keep in your medicine cabinet

Fitness, pg. 131
How to find the exercise you'll love enough to stick with

Head Start, pg. 141
Easy summer salads that start in a bag


Travel, pg. 148
Relax with good books and good company on a reading vacation

Serenity, pg. 155
Keeping a journal can change your life

Passions, pg. 163
Learning to play the piano as an adult

Meditation, pg. 170

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