• Cover: October 1, 2014
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    Holiday Helper

    Christmas is T minus eight days away and counting. (Gulp.) Whether you're still searching for great gift ideas, wondering what to wear or in dire need of decor inspiration, Glo’s got you covered. Santa's little helpers have got nothing on us.

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    Nail Mail

    Fans of elaborate DIY manis, rejoice! Nail Art Society's new membership program has just launched. Monthly kits start at $20 and include everything you'll need to create a runway-worthy look at home. Membership will ensure dazzling digits for 2013.
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    Horsing Around

    From YourTango

    Picture this: your relationship is on the rocks and you're in the market for a couples' therapist. You do an online search and encounter a form requesting your preference: male, female or...equine? Believe it or not, horses are the latest therapy trend for couples that have reached the end of their tether and want desperately to restore their connections. ABC's Nightline has been profiling these couples in a three-part special about Relationship Ranch in Louisville, CO.

    While equine therapy has been a popular treatment for individuals, this is the first we've heard of it being used with couples. But it makes sense: The animals are known to be  highly perceptive. Experts say a horse's quiet presence and honest response tends to have healing effects on clients—many of whom, at first, feel understandably silly telling their problems to, well, an animal.

    Tell us on Facebook: Would you try equine therapy to help put your relationship back in the saddle?
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