For years, I’ve held on to plastic tub after plastic tub of too-small clothes, all the way down to smalls, size 3’s and 5’s and 32B’s.
FARGO – A few times a week, Jenna Miller and a co-worker share a pot of loose-leaf green tea.
They call their afternoon ritual “high tea.”
“Pinkies up!” the 26-year-old Fargo woman says.
FARGO – Most days, I take my makeup off at night. Most days.
FARGO – Kimberly Ough says Shakeology is so much more than a protein shake.
The 34-year-old independent BeachBody coach started using the nutrient-packed mix as part of her diet in 2009.
FARGO – Buying plane tickets can be a guessing game.
NORTHAMPTON, Mass. – Kim Winnegge has never seen a Muppets movie.
After being called “Miss Piggy” as a kid growing up in Devils Lake, N.D., she couldn’t watch the sassy swine without seeing herself that way.
FARGO – Everyone needs someone to believe in them. For Ewart Rokosh, it’s Miss Melita Linton.
Leanna Brodie’s “Schoolhouse,” presented by Tin Roof Theatre Company, follows the young teacher’s struggle to connect with the troubled student and prove to the community that he’s not as dangerous as they think he is.
FARGO – Andrea Clarens compares rock climbing to doing a puzzle.
Figuring out each move is like putting another piece into place.
FARGO – You’d think by now most cellphone users would have etiquette basics down. You’d be wrong. If anything, cell manners have gotten worse with increased use.
FARGO – Since I got an iPhone in April, I’ve taken more than 1,000 cellphone photos.
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