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How to Keep Track of Your Kid at a Crowded Event

I have one kid who’s a darter. He’s four now, so he’s a little better than he was when he was two or three, but still, visits to crowded museums and outdoor concerts cause me a certain amount of anxiety. My most recent terrifying episode was at a crowded park, where I saw him go into the monkey bars area, then I…

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How to Stock a Spice Cabinet

Stocking a spice cabinet can be a little overwhelming, simply for the reason that there are so many spices out there. It may be tempting to stock up on every exciting seasoning in sight, but these things do have an expiration date, and you can end up with a cabinet full of flavorless, expensive powders that need to be…

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You Need a Shopping "Map" for Your Grocery Store

I really dislike moving through a grocery store inefficiently—like when I go up and down every aisle and then realize I still need PB and tuna and go up and down three more aisles and then double back again for sour cream because I always forget that on taco night. But this summer that dislike of inefficiency came to…

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The Five Best Password Managers

A while ago, all it took to be a great password manager was to keep your passwords in an encrypted vault. Now the best password managers give you the option to sync or keep them local only, change web passwords with a click, log in to sites for you, and more.

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For Better Pie Crust, Resort to Violence

Pie crust recipes that don’t list patience as an ingredient should be considered false advertising. Though I’m a deeply impatient person, I insist on making my own pie crust because my love for pie apparently outweighs my hate for waiting. Over the years, I’ve figured out how to produce flaky pastry without waiting…

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