One of my closest friends lives two doors away. We’ve eaten countless meals at one another’s homes, and yet, if you ask me to grab a glass or a plate in his kitchen, I will open at least three cabinets before I find what I’m looking for — and the same thing happens when he’s at my house. The point I’m trying to make (aside from the fact that silverware should totally live in a drawer right below the plates) is that people have very different ways of approaching food and cooking and meal prep. And I find it all…

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This is a post prepared under a contract funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and written on behalf of the Mom It Forward Influencer Network for use in CDC’s Be Antibiotics Aware educational effort. Opinions on this blog are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of CDC. For our sponsored post policy, click here. Do you ever look back on different times in your life and immediately want to facepalm? Here’s one of those times for me: I remember back in college that whenever I had an annoying cold or bug of some kind, I’d immediately…

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It’s always fun to see how your city or state ranks with the rest of the country. Is it healthy? Does it cook? Is it happy? If you’ve ever wondered how your city stacks up in the running-5Ks department (now that’s a department we’d like to work in), we have the infographic for you! Created by Custom Ink, this infographic breaks down which cities have the best attributes for 5K races, based on: safety, typical weather conditions, landscape, race frequency, and even brewery access (since many running events are now followed by beer). Check. It. Out. (We can hear the Chicagoans…

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