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Keep Your Feet Dry During Autumn Showers With These Women’s Rain Ankle Boots

Autumn on the horizon means putting away the sandals and flips flops since cooler and rainier days are ahead for a lot of us. These cute women’s ankle rain boots are perfect for wetter fall weather. They’re waterproof just like regular rain boots, with anti-slip rubber soles to help prevent you from slipping and falling on wet terrain. Yet they look nearly identical to regular non-waterproof ankle boots, so you can wear them all day– no need to switch them for another pair of shoes when you get to work or school. These boots are available in women’s sizes 4.5 to 12 and come in 15 different colors.

 
TODAY'S TOP STORY How to Do a One Dumbbell Workout


So, you only have one dumbbell? Great, you have plenty to crush your workout. Even just one dumbbell can add just enough challenge to your usual exercises so you can feel it the next day. Read More »

 
Do You Have to Refrigerate Peanut Butter?


Peanut butter is a staple in nearly every pantry—but are you storing this classic ingredient correctly? Read More »

 
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT Is That Bottle of Olive Oil in Your Cupboard the Real Deal?


Olive oil is often heralded as the Holy Grail of cooking oils. It’s tasty, it’s healthy, and it’s versatile. You can drizzle it over bread or toast, use it to fry eggs or roast vegetables on your stovetop, mix it with other ingredients to create a tasty salad dressing or marinade, stir it into cooked pasta in lieu of butter– the possibilities are nearly endless. Read More »

 
Is Pumpkin Spice Actually Made From Pumpkin?


The first day of fall has come, and people are just as obsessed with all things pumpkin spice as ever before. If you’re one of those spicy meets sweet flavor lovers, you might wonder if pumpkin spice is actually made from pumpkin, and the answer might surprise you. Read More »

 

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Sam’s Club’s Wine Advent Calendar Is Back With Friends


Yes, we know, we know. It’s not even Halloween yet, but if you’re a dedicated Christmas advent calendar user, you know that they need to be purchased early. That’s exactly the case with this extremely popular, boozy selection of calendars. Read More »

 
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The Best Smart Glasses

Sporting built-in cameras, Bluetooth speakers, and HD video, today’s smart glasses are a glimpse into the future of wearable tech.
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The Best Hardwood Floor Cleaners

The shine, durability, and timeless look of hardwood floors make them a perfect addition to any home.
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The Best Heat Protectants for Hair

Applying a quality heat protectant to your hair is an essential first step before going in with a hot tool.
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The Best False Eyelashes

False lashes add length and volume to your natural lashes and beautifully frame your eye shape.
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The Best Yarn Winders

A yarn winder is a super convenient tool to convert your hanks or skeins of yarn into neat, easy-to-pull-from yarn balls.
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The Best Woven Baskets for Organizing Your Home

Baskets can turn your pile of blankets, messy kids’ toys, or stash of cleaning supplies into a fashionable accent.
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The Best Electric Toothbrushes

Choosing the right electric toothbrush can do more for you than give you a bright smile.
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Should You Store Your Winter Squash in the Fridge?


Autumn is just around the corner, which means that various varieties of fall squashes are soon going to start appearing on grocery shelves (if they haven’t already). Not only pumpkins but acorn squash, butternut squash, and more. Read More »

 
Here’s How to Keep Your Milk Fresher in the Fridge


How many times have you poured milk on your cereal, only to learn that the milk has gone bad? And it’s not even past the expiration date! Read More »

 
Can a Tide To-Go Pen Get Rid of Red Wine?


Household accidents happen, but when they involve red wine, things get a bit more dire thanks to the stain potential. But could you already have the solution on hand? Read More »

 
 
Need to Break in a Pair of New Shoes? Grab a Blow Dryer


There is no greater feeling than bringing home a new pair of shoes. But, that feeling is often replaced with regret when painful blisters form during the first few wears of breaking them in. Read More »

 
Here’s Why People Use Sugar on Salmon


While salmon is a common dish in my households, some find the fish just a little too, well, fishy. But even for those who dislike the common dinner staple, it’s hard to deny the fish’s health benefits. So what if you want all those omega-3s without the flavor? Read More »

 
Ice Tastes Weird? It Might Be Your Ice Cube Tray


Even though most refrigerators come equipped with an ice maker, ice cube trays are an excellent tool for creating yummy-flavored and fun-shaped ice, making your beverage aesthetically pleasing and super tasty. Read More »

 

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RiotPWR Xbox Cloud Gaming Controller (iOS) Review: A Clunky Design Is Better Than Nothing


As cloud gaming becomes more prevalent, gamers need a comfortable, convenient, and compact means of playing on the go. RiotPWR attempts to deliver with its Xbox Cloud Gaming controller, but several design flaws prevent it from outshining more effective competition. Read More »

 
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Is Putting Tape Over Your Webcam Actually a Good Idea?


When you walk around an office or café, you’ll often see people using an array of items to cover up their webcam. Sometimes it’s tape, post-it notes, folded business cards, stickers, their thumb, or a marlin. I smear peanut butter over my webcam, but chunky peanut butter. It’s more secure than smooth. Read More »

 
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The Best iPhone 14 Pro Cases of 2022


The right smartphone case looks awesome, feels great in your hand, and protects your phone from damage. Since you’re paying top dollar for Apple’s new iPhone 14 Pro, you should get a case that will keep it in great shape—and one that will work with MagSafe accessories and wireless charging, too. Read More »

 
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What's the Difference Between a Turntable and a Record Player?


Getting into vinyl records means buying a turntable or record player. And while these terms are often used interchangeably, they describe two very different products—one that’s designed for enthusiasts, and another that’s intended for casual listeners. Read More »

 

Our Readers' Favorite Products This Week


MEROKEETY Women's Cable Knit Sweater

This chunky open-front cardigan comes in 28 shades and has a relaxed fit.


Great Bay Home Velvet Plush Armchair Slipcover

Comfort meets style with this plush armchair slipcover that comes in a variety of bold, eye-catching patterns.


OXO Good Grips Deep Clean Brush Set

The angled neck and stiff bristles make these brushes so much nicer to use for cleaning than an old toothbrush.


Casafield Wooden Hangers with Black Finish, 20-pack

These strongly-built wooden hangers work great for suits and coats. Choose from various finishes.


 

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