Make // Crustless Quiche

This has become one of my "go-to recipes" to make for Doug.  It's easy to throw together, refrigerates well and provides meals for a week. Perfect for any household -- whether you have kids or are a busy individual on the go. No crazy ingredients necessary and most of them you probably have in your house right now, for this easy crustless quiche.

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Netflix and Chill

Big fan of binge-watching, huge, but I try not to do it unless I truly have a weekend to spare, which is rare. The times I've started a new show are often when one of us is sick -- Doug was down with a kidney stone when I started Scandal and I was sick recently when I buzzed through two seasons of Madam Secretary.  Today, we're looking at the pros and cons of binge-watching.

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How to: Break Bad Beauty Habits

As I get older, I know there are certain things I should learn and bad habits I should break, especially when it comes to beauty blunders and rituals. Here are a few ways I've tried to boost my beauty knowledge from reading up on tips and a lot of trial and error.

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The Best Exercise

In the fast paced world of life, most people say their biggest issue is lack of time. We have 30-minute meals, 8-minute abs and fashion that shipped to us via a monthly subscription, all in an effort for us to try and squeak out more minutes in the day. Am I right? When it comes to exercise, I believe 100% in diversifying -- cardio, interval training, strength training and yoga/Pilates, but there are certain exercises that benefit the entire body more than others.  Today, we're talking about one of those exercise.

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Perspective: Stop the Laziness

Ever have those moments when you kind of snap out of it and think to yourself "wait, what?" It can be in any context, any time and about almost anything. The other day I had one of those "ah ha" moments, followed by renewed thinking and a burst of gratitude. I know -- it sounds a little eye-rolling, whatever-ish, but bear with me for moment.

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