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5 Foods That Let You Enjoy the Great Outdoors Without the Bug Bites

Summer brings about good friends, delicious food, starry nights and, of course — bug bites. Bothersome creepy, crawling insects are the last thing you want to think about as it gets warm out. But these backyard barbecue crashers are a real pest, especially when it comes to our skin. If you’re itching to know what […]

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4 Tips to Make Working From Home a Dream Come True

For many, working from home is the ultimate dream job situation. No need to commute, don’t have to get dressed up, good coffee and no one eating your lunch out of the fridge (except you, of course) sounds amazing. However, that dream job situation can quickly become a bit nightmarish if you don’t prepare for […]

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4 Easy Last Minute Fourth of July Party Ideas for a Fun-Filled Patriotic Celebration

You think you have your Fourth of July plans set in stone. Maybe you’re going to meet up with friends for fireworks or your uncle’s hosting a barbecue at his house with a pool and you’re super excited. All you have to do is bring some drinks and show up — it doesn’t get easier […]

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4 Summer Travel Tips to Keep Your Vacation a Relaxing One

Summer, the season for vacation and adventure! With kids of all ages out of school and those of us working away at being adults are ready to step away from the grind, unplug and have some quality rest and relaxation, preferably somewhere away from home. But summer can be unpredictable. Just this week, the summer […]

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Top 5 for 5: Meg Lists Her Favorite Daily Foods

Senior Writer Meg Quinn has been serving up mouthwatering recipe posts since she joined The Hudsucker in 2014. For her Top 5 for 5, it’s only natural that Meg would share the 5 foods she loves to eat every day.  At risk of speaking hyperbole: I lead a food focused life. You can always count on […]

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Top 5 for 5: Tania Reveals Her Favorite Quotes to Ignite Your Creativity and Passion

As Editor-in-Chief and founder of The Hudsucker, Tania Hussain has written about and done so much for the site over 5 years. Though she is a jack-of-all-trades writer, it’s no surprise that she would share quotes that inspire her for her Top 5 for 5.  Creativity seems like one of those unattainable attributes like an Ivy […]

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5 Healthy Fitness Tips to Keep You on Track This Summer

Ah, summer. Warm weather is back and with it comes vacations, holidays, concerts, festivals and even weddings and other events just outside of the normal routine. With the days getting longer and the sun making everything a little bit brighter it’s normal for everything to be busier. It’s a beautiful day outside! Of course we […]

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Letter from the Editor: Five Years Later…

It’s hard to believe that five years ago, an idea about creating a site that empowers readers through relatable subjects like lifestyle and entertainment, could still be thriving and evolving. Many sites like ours dive deep when it comes to chiseling their own unique fingerprint and making their mark on the web, but it isn’t easy to be exclusive in a pool that advances every day.

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4 Simple Ways to Create Exercise Habits That Really Stick

The road to becoming a healthier version of yourself is a challenging task. There are many steps a person may take to achieve these goals, but there are key things you can do to help make the transition less intimidating. After all, the idea of heading towards the gym or starting to exercise on a regular basis […]

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Foolproof Hacks to Clean Your Home in an Hour or Less Without the Fuss

We’ve all gotten that phone call or text from family and friends — you know which one: “I’ll be over in an hour!” Cue the groans and moans because after the day you had, your place is a downright dirty mess. From the kids’ clothes and toys scattered everywhere, to the pile of laundry in […]

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How to Co-Parent Like an Adult and Make Life Way Easier Without the Crazy

Relationships are hard, but divorce can be much harder. As an ugly beast filled with a wide-range of emotions and a dose of bitterness, divorce can present some frustrating challenges for couples — like co-parenting. While both parents are often caught in a cycle of retaliation due to the mental and emotional harm each has […]

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5 Essential Self-Care Tips New Parents Should Consider for a Happier Well-Being

Parenthood is kind of an awesome thing. You get to watch, guide, and help another little human being learn about and find their place in the world. It’s not an easy or glamorous job, and most people have told you that going into the great parenting adventure. But it still somehow takes you by surprise […]

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6 Surprising Reasons You Should Take a Nap Every Day

In an age of immediacy and promptness, naps have a pretty bad reputation. For years, many have seen them as way out of a high stakes project or a continuous form of lethargy, but news flash: napping isn’t just for children anymore. And if we are being honest, kids are definitely benefiting from naps. Whether […]

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