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The Styling Tricks I’m Still Doing 9 Years Later (Because They’re That Good)

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I’m apparently a 6 trick pony. And while I, of course, add new tricks every year (to varying degrees of success) I still really love these when done right. The thing with these isn’t that you need new stuff, it’s that you arrange the stuff that’s already in your house in a cooler way. It’s like how fashion stylists show you how to peek the edge of your sleeve under your rolled-up blazer or wear a belt haphazardly to look disheveled in a cool way. These tricks I use are all impermanent, easy to do, and just make your house...

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The Best Summer Dresses, According To Passionate Reviews

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Throughout our intrepid warm-weather shopping research, we’ve discovered that all we want to wear right now is dresses. Once temperatures rise, a breathable dress is our go-to uniform for all occasions — including (but not limited to) logging endless work-from-home hours, running errands, and looking cute on Zoom. To prepare you for a full summer of dress-wearing, we crafted a guide to the easiest and breeziest styles worth living in for the rest of this season — and in order to suss out the styles that everyone is currently carting, we headed straight for the review sections of our favorite sites....

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Veteran suicide: How to help military members with mental health, PTSD

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VA Secretaries and Congress have made tackling veteran suicide a priority, but the number of deaths has kept rising.Getty for the Deseret News Randy McDonald once oversaw the manufacturing of precision-guided munitions and cluster bombs at Minot Air Force Base, sometimes working alongside some of the highest-ranking airmen. Now in his mid-40s, he had to make sure 10,000 items sat where they should on sprawling shelves at Home Depot: tools, thermostats, humidifiers, duct tape — you name it. He missed the camaraderie and brotherhood that had defined the first half of his life. Now, it felt like his sole goal...

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51 Times Toddlers Took Embarrassing Parents Or Nearby Adults To The Next Level, As Shared By Folks Online

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Most adults will, sooner or later, run into a situation where they’ll say something embarrassing, whether it be an inappropriate joke or something that’s plain old stupid, or anything in between.So, what chance does a toddler have at controlling their tongue, let alone their impulsive thoughts? Well, parents online have been sharing some of the most embarrassing experiences they’ve ever had with their toddlers in a viral Reddit post. It managed to draw in over 45,500 upvotes and nearly 14,000 comments.Bored Panda invites you to scroll down to see the best responses from the thread, and why not vote and...

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Toybox REVIEW: Star Wars Black Series Aurra Sing

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Release Date: October 2021 RRP: $22.99/£21.99 One of the best things about the Star Wars universe is how a background character can not only become a fan favourite, but also develop into something far more than their original appearance. Palliduvan bounty hunter Aurra Sing originally had a blink-and-you'll-miss-it appearance in The Phantom Menace, but reappeared in various bits of expanded universe material before being fully characterised in Star Wars: The Clone Wars – mentoring the young Boba Fett as well as taking jobs from Cad Bane and teaming up with fellow bounty hunters Bossk and Dengar. Even in her limited appearances...

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