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For Carol Kelly, biking to and from work is a no-brainer: She doesn't have to deal with the notorious Seattle traffic, she can exercise without visiting the dreary gym and she saves money on gas.
And, of course, she acknowledges that her swap of a tailpipe for pedals contributes -- at least in a small way -- to tackling climate change.
"I don't necessarily connect it to climate, but it's a bonus," said Kelly, 47, a fine arts professor at Seattle University, as she waited on her bike at a stop sign Friday evening in the Green Lake neighborhood of Seattle.
Today (Monday) we celebrate rockstar Joan Jett's 56th birthday! As her time in The Runaways and her solo career show, she's always been into leather, heavy eye makeup and, despite a few departures, the same haircut for decades.
Not only does she actually pull off this mullet-like, piece-y style, she's worn it from short to long, slicked-down to teased.
If you're searching for a way to make your salad mellow out a bit, consider dressing it with a marijuana-infused white wine vinaigrette.
This Marijuana Mixed Greens Salad recipe, produced by The Savory, incorporates both white wine vinegar soaked with marijuana and freshly ground pot -- for texture and taste (this part won't get you high).
Oatmeal is a breakfast favorite, and for good reason: It helps curb appetite (keeping you full until lunch), decreases risk for both colon cancer and high cholesterol and is incredibly easy to whip up in the morning.
You may be accustomed to spooning up a hearty dish of sweet oats, topped with raisins, brown sugar, maple syrup or fruit.
As travel mavens, we're slightly obsessed with fall.
Okay, make that slightly more than slightly obsessed. Fall is when our favorite destination cities tend to recover from summer crowds, become pleasantly crisp and explode with eye-catching colors. Herewith, we've pegged some of the most stellar spots in the U. S.
We always knew the Italian Alps were pretty, but we didn't know just how gorgeous they really were.
The Dolomite Mountains are filled with villages, gorgeous lakes and sheer cliffs that soar into the sky. We really don't think the views couldn't get any prettier.
As part of the northern Italian Alps, the Dolomites are basically 90,000 acres of breathtaking landscape, which is probably why they're "widely regarded as being among the most attractive mountain landscapes in the world." Visitors love to escape to the Dolomites so much that they even go there to "experience" winter -- and who wants to experience that?