Just because you’re eating alone doesn’t mean you should be stuck with a sad salad. This essay will encourage you to whip up a decadent three-course meal for yourself.
Is your home filled with floor-to-ceiling bookcases or is your entire library contained on a hard drive? No matter your page-reading preference, here are a few ways you can prepare your bookshelf for the digital age.
Who is the head of the household? Sometimes it’s the humble house cat who watches over the place when you’re out. One feline owner discovers how his own cat helped him see his home in a whole new way.
The shared house experience can be filled with stolen snacks, unpaid bills and filthy bathrooms. But as our seasoned sharer explains, it can also mean finding a faux family who teaches you about something more than fridge politics.
Homes can be full of all kinds of couples: twos that share friendships, beds, playdates and many more. Pairing up can cause complications, but it also comes with its rewards.
A classic drink for old-timers, the Hot Toddy can contain all kinds of ingredients. Our spirits expert gives us a rundown on the history of these winter warmers and some recipes to go with it. Chin-chin!
What happens when your hair is seasoned with more salt than pepper? Our writer considers becoming prematurely mature looking.
Like many other great things in life, cutting boards improve over time. Here, a chef looks back on her life using different boards in different kitchens and finds meaning in the marks left behind.
There’s no reason to fear growing old, as long as you’re still growing. We reflect on the meaning of aging and what we have to look forward to in its wrinkled comfort.
In life, we often jump into things too early before our plans are ripe. It’s the same with fruit: We pick things too quickly because we can’t wait. Our writer explains why sometimes both fruit and friendships need to be found at the perfect moment.
Remember those Jane Austen stories where the entertainment revolved around dances, piano recitals and reading aloud? Our writer explains how she learned to experience literature in a fresh new way: as a listener.