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Natasha Burton

Consumer, Culture, Relationships and Wellness

Natasha Burton is a relationship expert and journalist who regularly writes for Maxim, Glo.com, WomansDay.com, MySign.com, and DailyWorth.com, among other publications. She previously worked as a blogger for Cosmopolitan.com, a staff writer at The Huffington Post, and an editor at Glo.com. The author of two relationship titles, 101 Quizzes for Couples and The Little Black Book of Big Red Flags, she's regularly called on as a dating expert by various media outlets around the world. She holds a Master's degree in creative non-fiction writing from the University of Southern California and lives in Santa Barbara, CA.

5 Ways Being Optimistic Keeps You Healthy

Looking on the bright side of life is not always easy. From daily annoyances to critical social issues, there are plenty of things that can drag down our moods. But the power of positive thinking isn't just a saying — it's a reality. Recalling a...

Shrink Your To-Do List

Quick poll: Raise your hand if you’re always looking for extra hours in a day. Yeah, us too. Luckily, we have access to gadgets, apps and resources that can help us manage our days and work even smarter. Having a mobile device and Wi-Fi connection...

How to Finally Stop Procrastinating — for Good

We've all been there. Sometimes you find your to-do list so full of endless tasks that you can't will yourself to do ... anything. Or maybe you have a looming project (with an equally looming deadline) so big you have no idea where to start. But...

5 Ways You’re Sabotaging Yourself Without Knowing It

Many of us likely heard this phrase growing up: "It's what's on the inside that counts," and as we navigate through life this mantra only becomes truer. Yes, how we present ourselves externally (whether at work, on a date or with friends) is...

How to Survive a Toxic Workplace

There are few things more soul-crushing than hating your job. Every night you feel that twinge of anxiety before going to bed. Every morning you spend your commute steeped in negativity dreading the day ahead. However, in this economy, leaving...

How to Start a Business With Your Friend — and Stay Friends

A number of big name businesses in a number of industries are run by pairs of close friends — from the fashion-forward pals who launched Juicy Couture nearly a decade ago, to the moms (and BFFs) with a passion for healthy snacks who founded...

Save Money on Your Summer Plans

How to cut costs on special events — from giving gifts to getting there

11 Money Saving Habits That Can Cost You

Trying to cut costs in your daily budget is a valiant — and often necessary — practice. A few dollars saved here and there can amount to a sizeable sum over time, after all. But how you save can make a big difference in how much you save. Because...

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