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The markets are down. Here's how to handle your investments

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Are you a bittersweet person? Take this quiz — then discover the power of sadness

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These 3 conversations hold the key to successfully moving in with your partner

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How to have real fun — even when life's got you down

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Korean food is "more vegetable-heavy than people realize, especially at home," says Eric Kim in his book Korean American: Food That Tastes Like Home. Kim's book features recipes like Grilled Trumpet Mushrooms with Ssamjang. All photos reprinted from Korean American. Copyright © 2022 Eric Kim. Photographs copyright ©2022 Jenny Huang. Published by Clarkson Potter, an imprint of Random House. hide caption

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How to start cooking Korean American food

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Tuesday

The best long distance friends are the ones who know how to communicate well. That looks different for everyone, so discuss which channels feel best for you and your friend. Sol Cotti for NPR hide caption

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4 tips to stay connected when your friends live far away

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Tuesday

Flipping a coin can actually help you make a choice when both options sound good and you need to get out of the gridlock of indecision. Photo Illustration by Becky Harlan/NPR hide caption

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How to be more decisive

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How to turn your breakup into a new beginning

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Three cards pulled from the iconic Rider-Waite–Smith tarot deck. Michelle Tea suggests beginners start with a three-card reading. Photo Illustration by Becky Harlan/NPR hide caption

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