1/13/19 Newsletter: Cheapest Organic Foods

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Milk, eggs, honey, chicken, sweet potatoes and spinach may actually be cheaper when you buy them organic. Some have longer shelf lives, while others are so similar in cost that it just makes sense to go with the organic option. Organic food could be healthier for your body and your wallet after all. [Swirled]

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Keep tall boots upright by cutting pool noodles and sticking them inside.


If you’re bored of using olive oil, try another healthy cooking oil as an alternative. Walnut oil, for instance, is antioxidant-rich and full of magnesium and copper. It’s been said to improve blood circulation and cut inflammation with its high levels of polyunsaturated fats. Check out our other fave healthy cooking oils. [Swirled]

Did You Know? You can keep feelings of nausea at bay with some simple natural remedies. Inhaling the scent of peppermint oil could stave off stomach-churning nausea thanks to its aromatherapeutic properties, and studies have found that citrus can quickly reduce unsavory symptoms as well. [Swirled]

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Career + Finance

Staying ahead of 2019 work trends could help you move up in your career. From new technology to an emphasis on diversity, inclusion and ethics, a lot will shift this year. Gen Z will join the workforce, remote work will be on the rise, your company may help pay off your student loans and more. [Swirled]

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Food + Drink

Recipe Of The Day: Chicken and pad Thai noodle stir-fry is the perfect answer to “Should I order in or cook?” In 30 minutes or less, you have a savory, umami dish that rivals your favorite takeout joint and will save you a few bucks in the process. [Swirled]

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OpenRice is the Yelp of Asia and is the best way to find local gem eateries on an Asian vacation. Including restaurants in China, Thailand and Indonesia, the app allows you to rate restaurants, read reviews, collect coupons and even book a table all in one place. [Swirled]

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