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Real Simple September 2020

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
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Meredith Corporation
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3 minutos
3 things about my home that delight me

INSPIRED BY LAURA Fenton’s piece, “Happy Home, Happy Life” (page 94), a wonderful collection of ideas to make your home joy-giving, I looked around. Here are three things about my house that lift my heart—even if they’ll never get me into Architectural Digest. • The word “tuba” typed on a P-touch label that’s been stuck above my doorbell for about five years. It’s random, it’s a little sloppy. It’s the non sequitur of greetings. But every time I look at it (which is every time I put my key in the front door), I picture our Olivia in the fifth grade with the biggest instrument in the orchestra on her lap. Welcome to our home. Tuba. • A handwritten note from the Easter Bunny. Eight Aprils ago, my daughters left E.B. a…

2 minutos
masthead

Liz Vaccariello EDITOR IN CHIEF Emily Kehe CREATIVE DIRECTOR EXECUTIVE EDITOR Rory Evans EXECUTIVE MANAGING EDITOR Lavinel Savu PHOTO DIRECTOR Muzam Agha EDITORIAL SENIOR EDITORS Brandi Broxson, Rachel Sylvester ASSISTANT EDITOR Martha Upton CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Kristyn Kusek Lewis (books), Catherine Newman, Courtenay Smith FOOD FOOD DIRECTOR Jenna Helwig FOOD EDITOR Ananda Eidelstein BEAUTY BEAUTY DIRECTOR Heather Muir Maffei DEPUTY BEAUTY DIRECTOR Lisa DeSantis ASSISTANT BEAUTY EDITOR Anneke Knot HOME HOME DIRECTOR Stephanie Sisco SENIOR ASSOCIATE HOME EDITOR Leslie Corona CONTRIBUTING HOME EDITOR Cat Dash FASHION ASSOCIATE FASHION EDITOR Flavia Nunez ART & PHOTO DESIGN DIRECTOR Deanna Lowe DEPUTY PHOTO EDITOR Lawrence J. Whritenour Jr. DESIGNER Lina LeGare PRODUCTION EDITORIAL PRODUCTION DIRECTOR Filomena Guzzardi COPY & RESEARCH COPY & RESEARCH CHIEF Jenny Brown CONTRIBUTING SENIOR RESEARCH EDITOR Maya Kukes REALSIMPLE.COM EXECUTIVE EDITOR Mickey O’Connor DEPUTY EDITOR Jennifer Davidson SENIOR EDITOR, HOME Katie Holdefehr SENIOR EDITOR, FOOD Betty Gold SEO EDITOR Lauren Phillips ASSOCIATE EDITORS Hana Hong, Maggie Seaver SOCIAL MEDIA EDITOR Lauren Zaser PHOTO MANAGER Olivia Barr ASSOCIATE PRODUCER Taylor Eisenhauer EXECUTIVE VIDEO PRODUCER…

1 minutos
real simple 24/7

MEET ANNEKE KNOT ASSISTANT BEAUTY EDITOR AT REAL SIMPLE Coziest thing in your home: My holiday candle collection. Trust me—it’s extensive. Best gift you ever got: My dad bought me tickets to Les Misérables for Christmas when I was 11. I’ve seen it countless times since, and it never loses its magic. Item you can’t live without: High-quality tweezers. @ANNEKEKNOT Apple Pie Secrets Get out the ice-cold butter, box grater, and plastic wrap for chef Thomas Keller’s best tips. Find them at realsimple.com/bestapplepie. Genius Small-Space Solutions Whether it’s a home office, mudroom, or overstocked pantry, make the most of it with our simple organizing strategies. Learn more at realsimple.com/smallspaces. HOW TO REVERSE SUMMER HAIR DAMAGE Sun, chlorine, heat, and seawater can wreak havoc on your locks. Repair your hair with these expert tricks. Get advice at realsimple.com/fallhair. Open and tap for impossible-to-kill houseplants. PINTEREST @REALSIMPLE TWITTER @REALSIMPLE SNAPCHAT @REALSIMPLEMAG FACEBOOK @REALSIMPLE INSTAGRAM @REAL_SIMPLE NEED…

3 minutos
what influential woman do you admire, and why?

Rosa Parks. No matter how hard my life might get, nothing I face will ever be as difficult as what she faced. She was a tough, determined badass. SHELLEY CARLTON, MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE #RSLOVE “EVERY SINGLE WOMAN I HAVE ENCOUNTERED. IF YOU TAKE THE TIME TO LISTEN TO ANY STORY FROM ANY WOMAN, YOU WILL FIND RESILIENCE, STRENGTH, AND BEAUTY.” @WAVECHASER05 Maya Angelou is a great inspiration to me. My graduate classes can get painfully difficult sometimes, and I feel like giving up. But I have her quote as my laptop background, and it keeps me going: “You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated.” TABITHA EASLEY, TROY, MISSOURI Reese Witherspoon. She is sincere, stands up for causes she believes in, has incredible talent and vision, cares for others, and loves her family and friends. @TERRIBSHAW Teachers…

2 minutos
“a good quit feels powerful”

IT GOES AGAINST my nature to leave a task incomplete. I’ve only recently been able to let myself give up on a book I don’t like with- out reaching the last page, and to do so I had to convince myself that because my job involves evaluating books, I technically am completing the task by deciding which books are worth reading to the end. I’ve set my phone to chime and go dark at 10:20 p.m. because I know I have a habit of checking Twitter before bed. Without a reminder to put my phone away, I’m in danger of scroll-scroll-scrolling infinitely, scanning screen after screen of tweets as if there’s a last tweet coming, a window that will pop up and say, “All done. You finished the internet. Good…

5 minutos
20 best organizing ideas from real simple’s 20 years

1 Create limits. Prevent small items from spreading all over the counter or dresser by containing them on a tray. Even if the tray gets cluttered, it’s just one small spot—and easy to hide away when company comes. TO BUY: Color Pop Tray, from $17; westelm.com. 2 Never set mail down. Though people use less paper now than they did 20 years ago, random stacks of letters, catalogs, and bills still pile up. To prevent this accumulation, carry mail straight to the recycling bin and toss stuff out. (Almost everything postmarked “presorted standard” is probably junk, as is much mail from companies you don’t have an account with.) Opt out of unwanted mail altogether at ecocycle.org/junkmail. Mark events on the calendar before recycling invitations, and set bills in a letter sorter to handle at…