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Living in Austin has made me reassess my style in a big way — thanks to 300 days of sunshine a year and February temps in the 80s, among other reasons.
For the first time in our adult lives, my husband and I will be spending Thanksgiving far away from home and family and friends in Boston — 2,200 miles to be exact. Something about the distance has given me a more introspective awareness of how lucky we are, despite a year that was awful and trying in so many ways, and of our duty to help those less fortunate.
Just as we’ve shown the best of humanity over the last three days here in Boston during this crisis, the worst of humanity is now coming to light with predatory faux fundraisers and donation drives.
Let’s face it, ladies: none of us are ever going to fit back into, look as good in, or find occasion to wear our prom dresses, ever again.
This week, as we’re all running around catching up with hometown friends, tossing back a few cocktails, gobbling turkey, and posting the resulting good times on Facebook, it’s easy to forget what Thanksgiving is actually about: giving thanks. No easy feat for most, including me, who can barely take time to put down the smartphone.
Warby Parker has a vision: to give the gift of sight to everyone, of every budget, everywhere.
Halloween may be behind us, but don’t be surprised if, over the course of November, you start to see an increasing number of men sporting mustaches — and not just the hipsters, either. It’s not about irony: it’s about raising money for prostate cancer through a LiveStrong-backed charity called Movember.
We’re all trying to live on less, but we also seem to be thinking more and more about those less fortunate. Volunteerism and vacations are a great mix, but can often be draining both emotionally and financially. Check out these tips from the Associated Press to save cash while being charitable with your time, both at home and abroad.