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Keep Your Cool

Think about the sound of an ice cream truck, a cheerful ditty that evokes childhood memories. Bring that energy and excitement to your own kitchen with a fruity treat to cool you down on the hottest of summer days. These are two recipes you don’t want to miss. Serve in your favorite cone or dish and indulge — before they melt!

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Good Grief

When we’re born, we begin our journey of life and also our journey toward death. The moment of our birth is a known event witnessed by others, but none of us know the precise moment we’ll die. As a practicing psychotherapist for over 35 years, I’ve witnessed many human responses to death — denial, fear, urgency, regret, hope, belief, and longing. It’s frequently noted that humans are the only creatures that are conscious of their impending death. Our most common response is to tuck that knowledge into the back of our minds, but I’ve witnessed firsthand the benefits of having open and honest conversations about death. Many of us go to great lengths to avoid facing the reality that each and every one of us will eventually die.

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It’s All Greek to Me

A Mediterranean vacation is a summer dream. The bold flavors of the region are as iconic as the crisp, white architecture and the picturesque beaches. Spiced meat wrapped in a pita makes an easy lunch on the go or an impressive entertaining option. Add a creamy baba ganoush dip to complete the meal. Try these recipes from food stylist and blogger Eden Nosal of The Bold Appetite to bring this coastal cuisine to the comfort of your home.

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The Case For Space

Have you ever looked up at the night sky and dreamed of traveling to space? Have you wondered what it would feel like to gaze down from Earth’s orbit to see our world from a whole new perspective? It’s called the “overview effect,” the sense of awe astronauts experience as they gaze down at our blue planet without the artificial boundaries and divisions that define our lives on the surface. Humanity is closer than ever to a revolution in space travel and commerce. By the end of this decade, you may even be able to book hotel reservations on a space station!

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Cyber Security

Convenience versus security. Risk versus value. These are subconscious decisions we make every day online. Sure, it’s convenient to order food on an app and have a stranger drop off your dinner, but what about the risks? They could do anything to your food on its journey from the restaurant to your front door, like take a bite out of it. There are a lot of things that could go wrong, but they very rarely do, and food delivery apps remain wildly successful due to their convenience.

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Pursuing Passions: Simple Goodness Sisters

Sisters Venise Cunningham and Belinda Kelly started the Simple Goodness Sisters as a family-focused blog to chronicle their lives. It covered mothering, gardening, food canning, and early adventures in farming. At the time, both worked corporate jobs and were trying to figure out how to make the three hour daily commute into the city and packed travel schedule work with their new roles as mothers. They knew their jobs weren’t flexible enough for the lives they wanted with their families, so in 2016 they began the quest to build something for themselves.

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Dip Into Dubai

Traveling is as much about what you eat and drink as it is the sites you see. Who better to take us around the world’s best cocktails than mixologist André Darlington? Today’s destination is the fabulous cosmopolitan capital and most populous city in the United Arab Emirates — Dubai. Fun fact: the Emirate of Dubai is one of seven emirates in the UAE. Picture the blending of ancient architecture with extravagant attractions, Emirati culture mixed with tourist-centric shopping centers, and mosques with echoing sounds of prayer alongside luxury resorts. It’s a unique place and somewhere we’d love to visit one day, but for now we’ll pull up the bar cart and dive into these Dubai-inspired drinks.

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Citrus Marmalade

Marmalade takes time, but it’s a small investment to make for a stash of homemade preserves that will last throughout the year and bring joy to your table. Consider drafting helpers to aid in cutting up the peel, or pop on your favorite podcast or tunes while you chop. If you prefer a marmalade that’s less bitter with a finer shred, this really hits the spot. The combination of fruits produces a slightly sweeter, lighter preserve than one made purely from Seville oranges. Let’s get started.

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The Heart of Food & Wellness

Daphne Oz is a name you’re probably familiar with. You can watch her co-hosting The Good Dish, joining Gordon Ramsay and Aaron Sanchez to judge MasterChef Junior, or popping up in bookstores with her cookbooks! We admire Daphne as a trained chef and wellness advocate. She’s a Princeton University graduate and studied natural foods at the Institute for Integrative Nutrition and The Natural Gourmet Institute. We’re thrilled to share how she balances her roles as a mom and multi-talented businesswoman. Read on for our interview with this health-centered superstar.

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Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

Creating diverse, equitable, and inclusive environments is a priority that requires authenticity and vulnerability. We had the opportunity to interview DEI and HR professional Alex Love to learn more about how groups respond to training and what that commitment means. Think about how these points might apply to your own life, business, and relationships. Being open-minded and starting conversations is the first step toward change.

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