Sarah H. and Sarah K. know you probably will want a drink during Thanksgiving dinner. In this episode they tell you about the most essential ingredient to all family gatherings"-- booze.
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If you’ve recently received an email about open enrollment season—don’t panic. Sam talks to Jennifer Fitzgerald, CEO of PolicyGenius, to demystify the process.
It's no one's favorite part of cooking, but it's gotta happen: how to clean up the most elbow-grease requiring messes, in the easiest ways possible.
Sam talks to Elle Luna, whose essay “The Crossroads of Should and Must” touched millions of people.
What do you do when you suddenly realize you're not in the right place or at the right job?
Passive aggression is expressing anger in an indirect, subversive, and seemingly non-hostile way. How to handle passive aggression with goodwill and grace.
A quick hit on pickling and preserving.
Five recent (and not-as-recent) grads discuss the weird, scary, fun, exciting things they remember about the first year out of college.
Having a "boyfriend" looks a lot different in the real world than it did in college. Sam talks to her best friend and a dating expert to find out why.
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This week's episode goes over the major things all grads need to know about finances—from paying off student loans to contributing to a 401-K.
Lori talks to Terri Orbuch about the insidious everyday habits that sabotage our relationships.
How social media impacts our romantic relationships for better - and for worse.
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Warm weather is here, and that means one thing: it’s iced coffee season. Sarah H. and Sarah K. tell you how to make the perfect cold cup.
Moving to a new city is just one more of the scary things you have to do immediately after graduation. In the second installment of Guide for Grads, Sam talks to Terri White, editor of Time Out New York, about the best ways to get to know an entirely new place.
Lori talks to sex therapist Ian Kerner and productivity expert Laura Vanderkam about why, even though it’s annoying to schedule, date night is essential.
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