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Fine dining doesn’t have to be limited to fancy restaurants. Home cooks can achieve the same results with the right tools, ingredients, and cooking techniques that professional chefs use. Here are just a couple of each.
Selling handmade crafts on Etsy or becoming a rideshare driver on nights and weekends are great side hustles, but they take time. On the other hand, passive income can keep the virtual cash register active—even when you’re not. Here are some ideas to help you dream in dollar signs:
Kids can be hard on floors. The flooring you choose needs to be safe and durable when little ones are crawling around. Parents should only consider vinyl, for instance, if it’s certified to have low volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions—and some health experts still don’t advise families with small kids to use vinyl. Here are a few kid-friendly floor ideas:
Even the friendliest and most extroverted people can sometimes behave in ways that push people away, whether or not they realize they’re doing it. If you’ve noticed friends seem more distant than they used to, it may be time to evaluate your own behavior. These are just a few of the ways you might inadvertently be pushing friends away—and ways to remedy them.
Do you only engage when it’s about you? Do you only initiate with a phone call or text when you have news to share? Are you chatty when they ask about your day, but you don’t reciprocate?
Do you complain every time you talk to friends? Do you vent about a bad work or relationship situation during every conversation? Are the complaints similar each time?
Do you try to solve all problems by yourself? Do you think things won’t be done properly if you don’t do them? Do you ignore advice from others?