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The Surprising Role Sports Played in Women’s Suffrage

Teen Vogue, August 18, 2020

Physical and political freedom are intertwined.

Don’t Drop This Ball—How Sports Organizations Tackle Climate Change

Sierra, May 27, 2020

As the world warms up, sports as we know them are on the verge of disappearing.

Recreational Genetics Helps Us Understand Who We Are — and How We Want to Live

Jewish in Seattle, December/January 2019-20

The rise of home DNA kits puts a new spin on identity.

In the (Money) Club

cent$, Fall 2019

Group gatherings can be a fun and educational way to learn about financial topics. 

Well Read, October 3, 2018

The Washington Talking Book and Braille Library uses inventive outreach initiatives and creative programming to serve those who may not otherwise have access to books.

Indie Book Biz

cent$, Fall 2018

As an epicenter of culture and creativity, the local bookstore can tell you a lot about a community. That's why they are thriving.

A Room of One's Own, Aug. 1, 2018

Plymouth Housing Group has been working to eliminate homelessness in Seattle for nearly 40 years. Here’s how the nonprofit continues to impact the community by providing permanent housing for those in need.

Global Beauty Trends

Reflections, February 2018

When it comes to looking and feeling your best, sometimes a trip abroad (for your beauty cabinet, at least) is in order.

You Are Here and the Future Is Now

cent$, Winter 2018

Revolutionary technology aims to make the world more secure, efficient and livable.

Politics and Connectivity Are Burning Us Out

Jewish in Seattle, December/January 2017-18

Here’s how to break the cycle.

Powered by Purpose

cent$, Fall 2017

Your career can be about more than just earning a paycheck. Here's how to find meaning at work. 

Long-Distance Learning

cent$, Fall 2017

Online education is evolving for the better.

Daily Commute Done Right

cent$, Fall 2017

The average commute time in the U.S. is about 25 minutes. Make that daily drive a little easier with these time-, money- and sanity-saving apps.

Eat for Good

Discover South Lake Union, Spring/Summer 2017

Amazon and FareStart partner to serve the community.

Eco-Friendly Driving Tips for Earth Day and Beyond

GM Financial, April 20, 2017

In honor of Earth Day, we’ve compiled eco-friendly driving tips that you can put into practice year-round for a cleaner, greener planet.

The Ultimate Pie Guide

Texas Heritage for Living, Jan. 23, 2017

Whether you like sweet or savory, classic or contemporary, this guide's got you covered — with a nice lattice design, of course.

Unearthing Your Family Roots

Texas Heritage for Living, Dec. 1, 2016

If you’ve ever wanted to be a detective, dabbling in genealogy might just be the thing for you. There are clues to be uncovered, leads to be followed up on, witnesses to interview, and mysteries to be solved.

Borrowing Is the New Buying

cent$, Winter 2016

How the sharing economy is taking over the world.

Taking Care

Texas Heritage for Living, Nov. 1, 2016

Growing up, your parents took care of you, so it can be a difficult transition to reverse roles and be responsible in caring for them. If you’re a first-time caregiver, here’s what you should put on your immediate to-do list.

6 Meteorological Myth Busters You Need to Know

Texas Heritage for Living, April 18, 2016

Just in time for springtime storms, we’re taking a look at common weather myths — protect yourself with the facts to help your family stay safe through adverse conditions.

Countdown to the Holiday Season Checklist

Texas Heritage for Living, Nov. 25, 2015

Are you ready for the holiday season? Use this 30-day planning guide to stay on track.

Charitable Choice: Tips for Choosing a Cause

Texas Heritage for Living, Nov. 24, 2016

Feeling generous? If you’re unsure where to donate, check out these tips for giving.

Safety Accessories You Need This Summer

Texas Heritage for Living, June 22, 2015

Summertime and the livin’s easy — keep it that way with accessories that will help you stay safe so you can enjoy every last minute of this season in the sun.

New Thanksgiving Traditions

Texas Heritage for Living, Nov. 12, 2014

Many families say grace around the table, but there are tons of other easy and creative ways to express your gratitude — maybe one of these will become your new holiday tradition.

Stop Smartphone Hacking

Texas Heritage for Living, Oct. 6, 2014

While you may be well aware of how to keep your computer safe, you might be overlooking the security of your smartphone — which, despite its small size, is really more computer than phone these days.

5 Tips for Investing in Piggy Banks, June 12, 2014

Piggy banks may seem like child's play, but these timeless coin containers appeal to people of all ages.

The Watchers

GEICO Now, Spring/Summer 2014

Air-traffic controllers battle stress and the unexpected to keep our skies safe.

How I Learned That House-Hunting Is Even Worse Than Dating, Jan. 26, 2014

When my offer was accepted, I was giddy with excitement. But then there were the nerves. It felt a lot like, well, the early stages of love. I made plans for us. And those plans didn't pan out.

Fresh Start

GEICO Now, Fall/Winter 2012

A veteran and his wife help soldiers find their next calling.

In Case of Emergency

cent$, Fall 2012

When a crisis strikes, you may need certain information fast — so be prepared.

What Not to Name Your Baby

Dame, May 7, 2012

Leaning toward Mustard M. Mustard? Read this first.

Saying "I Love You" Around the World

Happen (, April 2012

Looking for love in other locales? Read our cultural primer below to familiarize yourself with the myriad ways that couples express their affection for each other differently across the globe.

Ladies: Dating When You Have Roommates

Happen (, October 2011

The golden rule usually works when sharing your living space with others, but things get more complicated when dates and boyfriends enter the picture. Here's an etiquette guide for you, ladies.

Curb Clothes Spending with a Shopping Diet, September 12, 2011

Tips to keep from buying more than you need — or can afford.

Putting Up with Pushy Parents

Happen (, August 2011

Your family thinks you're Prince Charming and wants you to find a princess to complete your fairy tale. Here's how to get them to back off and let you find that glass-slipper girl on your own timeline.

75 Successful Years

cent$, Summer 2011

American Airlines Credit Union celebrates its 75th anniversary with a look back at the past.

Choosing Abstinence

Student Health 101, January 2011

What does it mean to college students today?

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