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TMN Contributing Writer Margaret Mason is the author of No One Cares What You Had for Lunch: 100 Ideas for Your Blog. You’ll also find her on her personal site Mighty Girl and her award-winning shopping blog Mighty Goods.
If your guests are walking all over you, it may be that you look suspiciously like a doormat.
You planned to spend the morning hammering together a shelter for the homeless, but your hangover is better suited to a cup of coffee and the Sunday paper. In the second installment of her Virtue series, Margaret Berry shows you how to get off your duff without leaving the couch.
They’re providing basic sanitation; we’re subscribing to Cooking Light. In the first installment of her series on Virtue, Margaret Berry introduces you to 10 charities that know the value of 10 bucks.
Will custom-printed cocktail napkins take this celebration to the next level? No one cares.
The bride and groom just spent hours arguing over Dad’s new wife and whether she gets to sit at the head table. Now is not the time to piss them off. How the wedding party can stay in good graces.
You’ve got one chance here, don’t flub it. The warning label for your proposal.
If you’re the couple that never fights, now’s your chance. Vent now, or forever hold your peace.
Experts answer what they know. The Non-Expert answers anything. This week we provide the 12-step program for a satisfying threesome.
California photographer and author of Charlie White: Photographs discusses a world of desire, Apeneck Sweeney, and loud hungry things with gnashing teeth.
If you look like you just got some, it’s sexy. If you’re dressed like you’re out to get some, it’s slutty. Ignore the distinction.
Where were you when the family car broke down, when you first heard about oral sex, when you chose a political party? More importantly, what were you reading? Margaret Berry shares the books that made the woman.
Forget about your butt; consider your jewelry. (You can change it a hell of a lot faster.) A look at the history of accessories.