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    How to make a snow globe out of a mason jar

    23rd November 2014 14:30

    Shake up your holiday gift-giving with a fun, personalized present that anyone would love. The holidays are a great time to bust out your craft supplies for some fun and easy DIY projects — like snow globes. Kids and adults alike can't resist shaking these adorable, little souvenirs to see the winter wonderland inside. See also: 15 simple DIY holiday gifts to make with your kids The best part of creating your own is customizing for the person you're giving…

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    America's richest generation got really, really lucky

    23rd November 2014 14:15

    Jon Burkhart was born during the Great Depression, and like many members of his generation, he couldn't have been luckier. For most of their working lives, he and his wife saved 10% of everything they earned. They made some smart investments, but they also rode the postwar economy perfectly. After a 30-year career as a television producer and director in Houston, Burkhart moved in 1987 to Maui, where he and his wife bought a house. They sold it for a…

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    Thank 'SNL' for your new Thanksgiving anthem: 'Back Home Ballers'

    23rd November 2014 14:06

    For those making travel playlists for Thanksgiving week, the ladies of Saturday Night Live have your new home-for-the-holidays anthem: "Back Home Ballers." Host Cameron Diaz joins "Yr Girls" to rap about heading home to mom and dad, only to be treated like royalty The song is no "(Do It On My) Twin Bed," but we'll accept it for its dead-on Costco reference and the triumphant return of Jean. Stoner Woody Harrelson sings 'Kumbaya' in 'SNL' digital extra 'SNL' cold open…

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    Those spiders aren't as dangerous as you think

    23rd November 2014 13:15

    Toxic spiders have a terrible reputation. Yet even though deadly spider bites are regular fodder for scary stories, spider experts say it's actually quite rare for anyone to suffer serious injuries from the world's deadliest spiders. There are more than 40,000 species of spiders, almost all of them venomous, but only a few are known to produce venom that is toxic to humans. SEE ALSO: Creepy, crawly and incredible: Photos of spiders Thanks to antivenin and good medical care, deaths…

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    9 fantastic gifts that aren't just clutter

    23rd November 2014 11:06

    By your 10th pair of socks or day planner No. 4, you may realize what the holidays are actually about: clutter. This year, practice the art of uncluttered giving and spread the cheer brought on by drawers that aren't holding two dozen dust-collecting pens. See also: 11 gifts under $25 that look expensive There are a few strategies to this art. Make sure you don't give someone gifts she already has, but pay attention to the exception to this rule…

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    3 career experts share the keywords that stand out on a cover letter

    23rd November 2014 11:04

    Cover letters are tough to crack They're the lengthier cousins of resumes, requiring you to call upon your writing skills and explain why you deserve the job. It can be a frustrating process, one that sometimes feels like a blatant cry of, "Please just hire me already!" See also: 9 simple body language tips for your next job interview Your letter may be one of hundreds a potential employer reads, so you have no choice but to stand out. How…

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    It's hard enough to balance a cocktail, let alone on ice skates

    23rd November 2014 10:03

    St. Moritz, Switzerland, hosts a multitude of winter sports, including skiing, ice skating, tobogganing and more recently, snowboarding. It was and is a favorite destination of the super-rich, apparently ranking as one of the world's most expensive ski resorts. The skating waiters of the Grand Hotel ice rink were a popular attraction, serving tea and cocktails to patrons, and providing entertainment that was especially popular with the press In 1932, photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt took some of his most iconic images…

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    1959: Seville's extraordinary Holy Week festival, celebrated since 1350 A.D.

    23rd November 2014 08:34

    Since the 14th century, the festival of Semana Santa (Holy Week) is celebrated across Spain. In Christianity, Holy Week is the one-week period preceding Easter, the day believers celebrate Jesus rising from the dead The week of observation in Seville is undoubtedly the most elaborate. Brotherhoods from Seville's many churches promenade through the streets to the cathedral. Some are dressed in the striking robes of medieval penitents, or nazarenos, wearing tunics, cloaks and conical hats, called capirotes. Built into the…

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    This Instagram of Disneyland's feral cats will make you purr

    23rd November 2014 05:41

    There are well-known animals at Disneyland—the goats in the petting zoo and the horses on Main Street—and then there are ones that fly under the radar: the feral cats that prey on rodents. Sorry Mickey Disney doesn't like to talk about them, but every now and then the mousers pop into the public consciousness, like that time Ryan Gosling brought it up on Conan O'Brian Then there's the Instagram account. See also: You've Never Seen a Thunderstorm Move Like This…

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    Going global: 6 opportunities to take advantage of when working abroad

    23rd November 2014 05:30

    Young Americans are a shockingly mobile workforce. A recent large-scale study revealed that 59% of Americans between 21 and 30 years of age are willing to work overseas — and while Americans’ willingness to relocate still ranks low compared to the global workforce, U.S. millennials are significantly more adventurous than previous generations. So what’s the appeal? In the U.S., many young people entered the workforce during the financial crisis, when jobs back home were scarce. Plus, most millennials value experience…