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As you can tell, the kettle is boiling. Pour yourself a cup of tea and read over our shoulders as we entertain questions from perplexed readers in our featured advice column, “DEAR CA & AC.” 

Fed up with cooking? Get inspired by the go-to recipes of other home cooks in “EATING IN,” one of the Ladies Cyber Club’s new rotating sections. 

Bored with the space around you? Tired of the way you look? Don’t do anything radical. Check FLAIR,” the Ladies Cyber Club’s new style section, for bursts of dazzling creativity to help you start to reimagine yourself and your surroundings.  

Travel becoming more trouble than it’s worth? Unsure what to take and what to bring back? Learn the tricks of pared-down travelers and culture-savvy shoppers in BOUNDING OUTWARD.

Feel alienated at work as your colleagues grow younger and you grow older? Don’t know what to say when your adult children are rude to you? Torn between a desire to be with old friends and a disinclination to become acquainted with their new spouses?  Explore these and other 21st-century etiquette problems in “SOCIAL CUES” and “FAMILY FIXES.” 

And when you have had your fill of self-improvement, thank you very much, check out “PET PASSIONS” for some non-human amusement.



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