Kondo “curated” her collection of fancy things, which means she stocked her virtual shelves with pre-existing brands. When her team declined my request for an interview with its guru and also refused to send samples I could test for myself, I got in touch with PR for individual products like the Erude Mini Soap and Alabama Sawyer Countertop Compost bin. … [Read more...] about I Tried Marie Kondo’s $98 Water Bottle. It Did Not Spark Joy.
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For the past 50 years, the Salvation Army has relied on volunteers to help deliver the meals, but the system grew so complex it was split up into two parts. Stage one consisted of putting the finishing touches on the food from 5 to 7 a.m. Now the nonprofit was on to stage two: delivery. … [Read more...] about Warriors for the win: Salvation Army volunteers feed SF’s homebound on Christmas
HOUSTON, TX — Good news for Houston is that the breathing comfort is good. The not-so-good news is that tree pollen in the Bayou City is wickedly off the charts. According to The Weather Channel, Houston has the highest tree pollen count in the country, almost double that of Waco, which is No. 2 in America. … [Read more...] about Houston Tree Pollen Worst In The Nation
Residents are asked to avoid the Town Forest until work is complete. Alternative hiking and walking trails are available at the Mattera Cabin and Bare Meadow facilities. Work will not be done on Saturdays and Sundays, but site work may still pose hazards to pedestrians. … [Read more...] about 500+ Trees Being Removed From Reading Town Forest
Starr said the theater offers an environment "that allows you to make mistakes, allows you to grow, allows you to learn, allows you to listen, allows you improvise and allows you to take risks. And I wanted to be a part of that. I just didn't want to let that go." … [Read more...] about Older actors find a Minnesota stage where age is no problem