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The Life-Changing Magic of YouTube Cleaning Motivation Videos

Everyone revels in a clean space. There’s something so calming about walking into a space free of mess and clutter, that smells fresh and is just overall, nice. But what’s not calming? Having to clean yourself. Tidying up may be life-changing magic, but it kind of requires you to get off the couch. Enter the […]

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How You Can ‘Stomp out’ Bullying to Make a Difference

Whether in a verbal or social capacity at school, work or online, bullying is something that continues to impact millions of people every day both emotionally and mentally. Thankfully, there are a slew of amazing organizations based in the U.S. that can help prevent its effects and individuals from becoming repetitive targets. One of the […]

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At-Home Microdermabrasion Systems That Will Save Your Skin

You’ve probably seen a home improvement show on HGTV easily transform rough-hewn wood into something as smooth and soft as baby skin and wondered, “Would that power tool work on my skin?” While the obvious answer is no, that’s only because you need a better tool to help transform your skin. In the similar vein […]

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Summer Openings for Writers

Do you love writing and are a conversationalist? Are you enthusiastic with a sense of humor, are congenial and able to work with others? Think you’ve got a unique voice to contribute to The Hudsucker? Well, then here’s your opportunity! With a spring in our step and warmer weather here to stay, The Hudsucker is looking for […]

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7 of the Best Trips for Yogis to Get Your Inner Zen On

With wellness travel gaining popularity in the United States, yoga retreats with scenic backdrops promoting self-discovery, reflection and rejuvenation are popping up everywhere, and summer is the best time to start looking for the retreat or festival that best fits you. While one of the major objectives of practicing yoga is to train your body […]

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Co-Founder’s Letter: Views From the Six

With the sixth anniversary of our site on June 16, what better time to reflect upon what it means to write for The Hudsucker than by hearing from our co-founder and senior writer, Andrew Rogers.

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7 Powerful TED Talks to Inspire and Move You

We’ve all hit rock-bottom at some point or another, with life tearing apart even the strongest people. Sometimes before we even start on something, we give up and leave a project out of fear or insecurity. But it’s important to know that everything takes time — after all, even Rome wasn’t built in a day. […]

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How Adult Coloring Books Are Great for Your Mental Health

Break out the crayons and markers, because coloring books are making a huge comeback — for grown-ups! In what might seem like a surprise for so many and a total “HUH?” moment, artsy adult-friendly coloring books are currently flying off the shelves and for good reason. The adult coloring book phenomenon has a plethora of […]

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All the Places You Can Get Good Deals on Food for Tax Day

Americans might not agree on everything in this day and age, but we can all agree that taxes are no fun. The word alone conjures up images of perplexing paperwork and induces a boatload of stress. And unless you’re entitled to a big refund, Tax Day is a real bummer for everyone. While it’s important […]

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Bite on This: 5 Common Oral Health Myths

Although modern dentistry has come a long way, it’s still really hard to find someone who genuinely enjoys visiting the dentist. While it’s safe to assume that a lot of people dread sitting in a reclining chair under bright lights with their mouth wide open — 12 percent of U.S. adults, to be exact — […]

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Is Pizza a Healthier Breakfast Option Than Cereal?

Whether it’s microwaved or store-bought, pizza is the epitome of the perfect food. While its combination of cheese and carb goodness is ideal for get-togethers, breakups, study sessions or even late nights, studies now suggest it might also be healthier than most breakfast cereals.

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What Is the Right Age for Babies to Start Eating Solid Foods?

Parenting isn’t easy and comes with something new to learn every day — especially for first timers. But as the battle for effective parenting continues in a world that provides an abundant informative morsels in nanoseconds, a new study suggests many are feeding their babies the wrong way. While spooning up the first mouthfuls of […]

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Betty White Reveals Her Secrets for a Long Life and We’re Here for It

The Fountain of Youth has been sought after for years with many alluding to the everlasting springs as the answer to living a long life. However, Hollywood’s beloved golden girl, Betty White is making it easy for all of us in our searches by sharing her secrets to a long and happy life — and to […]

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7 Tips to Consider When Planning a Destination Wedding

Destination weddings not only combine the charm and excitement reminiscent of a sunny vacation, but they’re also a lot more fun than say, drinking piña coladas in the boonies. There’s been an upswing in this particular wedding trend with many couples abandoning the traditional, fancy church in favor of nuptials amid a more exotic and warm locale. According to a […]

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10 Ways to Have the Winter Wedding of Your Dreams

Spring and summer weddings have been the norm for as long as we can remember, but winter nuptials are fast becoming a popular trend. Giving couples gorgeous, snow-filled portraits of fairytale-like memories and snow globe charm, winter is a truly enchanting time of year to tie the knot. 

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