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Sweaters, leggings and boots, oh my! Check out SEEN’s eight favorite street style looks from October

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By Chelsie Dzbanski 1. Sherry Hour To Sherry Hour, fashion is more than just clothe — it’s a unique way of narrating your life story. As a mom of four, Sherry is a fashion blogger who aspires to inspire other women to get up, dress up and never give up. She believes that looking your best, feeling your best and doing your best go hand in hand. Follow her on Instagram at @sherryhour for the cutest fall outfits, detailed Instagram stories on how to wear the same item multiple ways (love!) and so much more. Sherry is pictured above wearing...

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Make smoked trout dip only if you’re prepared to be hooked forever

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Like any good Corn Belt Catholic, my earliest experience with fish was being forced to eat it on Fridays instead of the meaty stuff I’d much rather have had. Variations on the theme included freezer-burned fish sticks, badly cooked catfish, and canned tuna. I’ve been off the stuff to this very day. Even as an adult, I… Read more... #Seafood #Dips #Recipe

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Last Week on ToolGuyd, Social Media Tool Talk (10/21/2019)

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As mentioned on our last social media update, I’ve been posting more on social media. First, it was because I was encouraged to post more by an industry friend, but then I started getting a little more into it. I once had in mind to use the ToolGuyd forum as a catchall for little tool observations, notes, and comments that typically don’t make it into regular ToolGuyd post content, but I never got around to it. I’ve been finding Instagram to be convenient for these things. It doesn’t cause much of a distraction, and I’ve been finding it to be...

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Grandma was a genius

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With a semi-successful carrot cake bake under my belt, I’m now testing and trying other recipes to find the right one for this year’s Thanksgiving feast. When mentioning this to my mother, she mentioned that my grandmother had a carrot cake recipe that I might want to try. Seeing as how I’m 50/50 on family dishes, I thought this would be a great opportunity to improve my standing. Raisins? Ingredients for Grandma’s carrot cake Pulling in the ingredients one stood out: raisins. I don’t recall eating raisins with my grandma’s carrot cake, but it’s been more than a decade since...

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Nick Tosches in a Trench Coat

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Nick Tosches, music writer and biographer, died at the age of sixty-nine on Sunday. I spent an awful lot of time around Nick Tosches in the late seventies. We’d wind up in the same places, we were published in the same crummy magazines, and we’d stumble into each other at St. Mark’s Bookshop or the Bells of Hell or Gem Spa. It was always midnight, and he almost always had a book in his pocket, maybe The Twelve Caesars or Ovid, and a wrestling magazine. I lost touch with him, but kept up with his writing, or tried to. After...

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