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POLL: With More Products Added To E. coli Scare List, Do I Have a Salad Or Not?

Do I roll the dice and eat my salad for lunch or do I do the healthy thing and just stick to Christmas cookies?
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Shannon's Home for the 'Holly Days' In Florham Park, NJ

When you're home you know it. That’s what Florham Park, NJ is to me.
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Holidays At Rockefeller Center In NYC: Why It’s More Than a Tree...

The Rockefeller Center Christmas is more than a symbol of the holidays to me. It has a deeper connection. ~Shannon
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Remembering Holidays Past: NYC Sights and Smells Bring Back ALL the Holiday Feels

Somedays, I’ll get a whiff of the carts selling nuts or walk by the Tree and the memories come flooding back. I’m with my family again and for a moment I’m that little girl filled with wonder looking at a magical NYC. I live for those days. ~Xtine
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Don’t Believe the Hype, NYC is Kind

I commute into NYC every weekday and while not everyone on the train or subway is a “morning person” there is a code of conduct that takes place and there’s kindness in it.
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Gag! Rotting Fish, Maggots On Menu At Disgusting Food Museum

Sheep eyeball juice. Bull testicles. Maggot-infested cheese. American root beer.
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10 Artists Who Will Always Look Younger Than Their Age

A grueling schedule of rehearsals, touring, air travel, talk shows, music videos, appearances, and endless publicity can coax the crow's feet out on an artist's face in no time. Whether its genetics, clean living, self-care or frequent trips to the derm doc, these music stars appear much younger...
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My Own Bully: This Negative Voice is the Bane of My Existence

You MUST stand up to that negative voice and not give in because it’s just your insecurities trying to get the best of you.
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Tattoos Are Permanent, Relationships Aren’t

Why is it when one of us goes through something big (usually heartbreaking) we have to do something drastic?
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Your Doctor Knows Breast: My First Mammogram Experience

It’s October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so I wanted to share my first mammogram experience.
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