• Cover: July 21, 2014
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    37 new ways to decorate pumpkins (Country Living)

    Miranda Kerr collects underwear  and other things you didn't know about her (Cosmo)

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    File this under: Seriously? Online dating site adds filter to weed out ugly people? (YourTango)

    This new online game helps you breakthrough a creative block (PSFK)

    Meet the woman behind the voice of Siri (CNN)

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  • for your inspiration

    Your Halloween Horoscope

    Oh, the pressure of a Halloween costume, creating an alter ego with just the right mix of creativity and cool. If you're stumped, look to your astrological sign for some inspiration. Here's a sneak peek at what our friends from Tarot.com suggest:

    Gemini, tap into that intellectual side (plus your dual nature) and consider dressing up as a librarian or a nerd.

    For Leos, who love being the center of attention, get dolled up as a disco queen—roller skates optional.

    And since Sagittarius is an archer, it's only natural you'd be Katniss Everdeen.

    See the full list of costume ideas here.
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  • this just in

    Listen Up

    Forget scrolling through his phone or rifling through his pockets. The simplest way to find out if he's being unfaithful? Listen to his voice.

    New research published this month in the Journal of Nonverbal Behavior found that men and women alter their voices when speaking to romantic interests as opposed to their platonic friends. 

    Researchers recruited 24 callers "newly in love" and had them ask love interests as well as a close same-sex friend two questions: "How are you?" and "What are you doing?" Independent raters judged the samples for "sexiness, pleasantness and degree of romantic interest." The result? Women tended to use a lower pitch when speaking to a romantic partner while men used a higher one.

    Of course, no study is foolproof. But if you notice he's sounding strangely similar to a 12-year-old boy on the phone (and you're not on the other end), it might be worth a conversation.
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