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Three Steps to Great Summer Skin

You have glowing plans for your skin this summer. Here’s how to make sure that sun, sand, sweat, and makeup don’t leave you high and dry (or oily and acned).     Clean. Make-up and humidity can be a vicious combo. Brighten your skin and clear...

Find Your Best Hotel Rewards

Driving yourself crazy trying to figure out which hotel loyalty program is “best”? Stop the madness, woman. We’re talking vacay here.   While each program’s details vary, the differences aren’t huge. Choose one based on your travel style and not...

Coping with Teacher Gift Guilt

Last year Amanda and I fretted over Camp Gap—the stressful break between school and camp. Today it’s the end-of-year teacher gift debacle.   Amanda contributed cash to her preschool kids’ class gifts—but then saw other parents showing up with...

Investing in Your Hair Can Yield Great Returns

Hair might seem frivolous, but I think it’s important—I mean, it’s around your face; there’s no ignoring it. I absolutely believe it’s something to invest in.  I was always a white-blonde California beach bum: my hair was easy. But eventually it...

Don't Sweat Your Warm-Weather Wardrobe

Summer brings out the softer side of your wardrobe, but sometimes you need to power up without wearing a suit.   The solution? Find creative ways to add structure, says Kristin Booker, freelance stylist and editor of Fashionstylebeauty.com.     A...

A Sweet Retreat

You hate to admit it, but vacations can be stressful. To get more from your next getaway, try a small-group escape that melds luxury, culture, and fitness—the perfect investment in total well-being.     Escape to Shape offers luxe all-in-one...

Buy Sunscreen Without Getting Burned

Thirty bucks for a tiny tube of sunscreen?  Forget the fancy packaging and focus on these factors to get the most protection: DO Choose a higher SPF. Get one between 30 and 50 SPF, reapply often, and zero in on easily missed spots, like nostrils...

The Vicious Shop-and-Return Cycle

Confession: I’m a serial returner. I do it at department stores, cosmetic stores, Costco, and Target. Here’s how the psychology works for me: Instead of hemming and hawing about whether I can afford/need/want something, I just buy it. Or rather,...

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