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Real Simple January 2019

Real Simple magazine provides smart, practical, beautiful solutions to make life easier—every single day. Each inspiring issue is packed with fast and delicious recipes, organizing and decorating ideas, great fashion and beauty finds, money-saving tips, and more. For annual or monthly subscriptions (on all platforms except iOS), your subscription will automatically renew and be charged to your provided payment method at the end of the term unless you choose to cancel. You may cancel at any time during your subscription in your account settings. If your provided payment method cannot be charged, we may terminate your subscription.

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United States
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English
Verlag:
Meredith Corporation
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thoughts

(STOCKSY)“Books light the fire—whether it’s a book that’s already written, or an empty journal that needs to be filled in.”–MEG WOLITZER, Belzhar ■…

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editor’s note

IT’S JANUARY, that time when the holiday dust settles and you’re ready (or thinking about being ready) to tackle that messy drawer, chaotic closet, or pile of whatever. It probably seems doable—you’ve done it before, it’ll happen.But this month, I’m also thinking about a bigger challenge: the whole house clear out. Whether due to a move, a new living situation, or the death of a loved one, deciding what to keep and what to let go can be complex. I learned a little about this recently, when my parents moved out of their ranch-style home of nearly 50 years. I found myself sitting on the same kitchen floor I had once crawled on as a baby, pondering whether to keep the large mixing bowl my mother and I made cookies…

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real simple 24/7

MEET BRENDA DARGAN-LEVYMANAGING EDITOR, COMMERCEGo-to recipe: Real Simple’s red lentil curry. It’s easy to make and so flavorful.Dream vacation: A trip to Scotland with my whole family. It’s where my parents are from, so it’s a special place.What inspires me: My 3-year-old’s sweet dance moves. She really embraces the “like nobody’s watching” advice.@BDARGS ON INSTAGRAMFresh food findsGet great stuff at your local farmers’ market even in cold-weather months with our seasonal shopping tips.Watch the video at realsimple.com/farmersmarket.Decluttering centralDouble your storage space, read genius hacks from pro cleaners, and shop top-rated cleaning supplies on our Real Organized page. Your tidy home will thank you.Get the tips at realsimple.com/real-organized.TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR SPACEWith easy, realistic strategies for every room, our new special issue, Organizing for the New Year, will help your family…

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what strategy do you use to motivate yourself to exercise?

Never miss a Monday workout.Those endorphins keep me coming back to exercise the rest of the week.JESSICA CAMPBELL, HENDERSON, KENTUCKY#RSLOVE “MAY ALL FLOWER ARRANGING ATTEMPTS BE AS SUCCESSFUL AS THIS ONE.” @ANNALOVESNEUTRALSI have to sign up for a race or an event. Having a goal a few months out motivates me to get moving in a way that working out just to “look better” doesn’t. Working out then becomes a part of my daily routine, and the by-products (looking and feeling healthier) happen naturally.ANNIE PAIGE, PORTLAND, MAINEI always keep a packed gym bag in my trunk so I have one less excuse not to sign up for a class during lunch or right after work.LAUREN GRAHAM, NASHVILLEI put a gold star on my monthly calendar in my journal. I have a rewards system…

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the short list

Family dramaClyde and Joy are raising their twin sons in impoverished, rural Trinidad. The boys could not be more different: Peter is academically gifted; Paul has always struggled. When Paul goes missing one night, his parents are faced with a tragic choice. Claire Adam’s provocative debut, Golden Child, highlights the painful sacrifices that poverty and violence can require and the pitfalls of ambition.Gripping memoirWhen Dani Shapiro sends a spit sample to AncestryDNA, she isn’t expecting revelation. Raised in an Orthodox Jewish family (a subject she has explored in other memoirs), Shapiro figured she knew where she came from. But when she finds out that her late father is not, in fact, her biological father, she’s left reeling. In Inheritance, Shapiro movingly reckons with identity and family secrets.Parenting guideJust as she…

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what we love

CLEAN SWEEPMore than just eye candy, this retro dustpan also boasts a wooden brush that nestles perfectly inside the handle for compact storage.TO BUY: Richman dustpan, $29; supergoodthing.com1 CHARGED UPThe power strip gets a cool makeover with a hexagon-shaped wood form and a colored cord that makes it a cinch to find.TO BUY: Niko power strip, $95; mostmodest.com.2 ON DUTYAdd some street style to dog walking with this sleek poop-bag carrier, which features an easytwist top for fast reloading.TO BUY: Poop-bag carrier, $12; wildone.com.3 SQUEAKY CLEANThis luxurious yet powerful toothbrush will make a ho-hum activity something you’ll actually want to do.TO BUY: Rose electric brush kit, $75; goby.co.4 WORTHY WICKERWhether you’re hauling fresh produce or flea-market finds, schlepping your groceries has never been so chic.TO BUY: Olli Ella market cart,…

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