An Entire Kellogg’s Cafe Has Opened in NYC – Bergen Mama

Maybe it was in high school or maybe college, but sometime in those late-teen years you determined that cereal is its own food group that can nourish you for breakfast, lunch, and even dinner. Well, Kellogg’s is really digging deep and trying to connect with your inner teenager. They’ve opened a restaurant in NYC that will bring your greatest cereal dreams to life.

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Victoria, BC Colors Your Vacation – The Seattle Times

It’s a proven fact that sunsets are most spectacular when shining over the water. Well, maybe not scientifically proven, but in Victoria, a city surrounded by ocean, the colors are especially vivid. And you don’t need to be in a tall building or a fancy hotel to appreciate them. Just step outside. Walk along Wharf Street. Go ahead and hold your spouse’s hand. (Do you remember when you used to do that all the time?) Get outside and enjoy ...

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Is It Time to Break Up with Your Office Chair? – The Seattle Times

We all know that person who won’t stop talking about their standing desk, how they love it, and how you should get one, too. Maybe we know several of those people, and these standing desk fans are in good company. Ernest Hemmingway stood while he worked, propping his typewriter on top of a bookshelf, and Charles Dickens did, too. Thomas Jefferson drew architectural drawings for the Virginia state capitol at his tall desk.

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The Mysterious Case of the Pacific Northwest’s Vengeful Owls – Outside Online

A number of recent bloody encounters with aggressive birds of prey in the Pacific Northwest has frightened residents enough that they’ve started arming themselves with sticks and flashlights and strapping on hard hats before going out at night.

Just after midnight on a cool, clear night in late April, Lance Douglas left my house on the remote Blakely Island, in Washington’s San Juan archipelago, and started walking home through a half-mile section of Douglas fir and cedar trees. We’d just finished ...

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Stop Telling Me to Be Happy Because I Beat Cancer – Good Housekeeping

I wonder when — or even if — it will be okay for me to complain like everyone else.

After I was diagnosed with inflammatory breast cancer at 31, I spent a lot of time with my doctor, discussing my ongoing care. The unspoken (and sometimes spoken) words hung in the air: If I live that long….

That’s because no one thought I’d ever make it to 32, let alone 43. During treatment for the disease that should have killed me, I ...

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How Has Breast Cancer Affected You? – Red Tricycle

To commemorate breast cancer awareness month, we’re excerpting below a section from Katherine Malmo’s book, Who in This Room: The Realities of Cancer, Fish, and Demolition. Some of you might remember Katherine from her days as Red Tricycle’s sales team member in Seattle. While we’re bummed she’s no longer with the Red Tricycle team, we couldn’t be more thrilled about her new career as a published writer!

Who in This Rooma is about a young woman named Kate (a character based ...

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Too Many Real Moms – Huffington Post

A few months ago I heard an interview on NPR with Nancy L Segal, the author of Someone Else’s Twin: The True Story of Babies Switched at Birth. The book told the tale of three babies and what happened when one singleton newborn was accidently switched with an identical twin. The “twins” were raised as fraternal and no one knew about the mix-up until they were adults.

It’s a complicated story and in the interview there was a lot of discussion ...

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