During these uncertain times, many of us are making an effort to shop local. We should all spend our money at independent businesses as much as we can, because doing so helps support our communities. But supporting small businesses and being an Amazon shopper don’t have to be mutually exclusive — and the reality is that for many Americans in more rural communities, retailers like Amazon and Walmart are often the most accessible and affordable choice.
Many of the small businesses seeing success on Amazon Handmade are owned by women and people of color because marketplace platforms like Etsy and Amazon Handmade create opportunities for small business owners to scale, grow business and reach new consumers.
Amazon Handmade guidelines are strict. Products sold on the platform are required to be made entirely by hand ― nothing mass-produced is allowed ― so you don’t have to worry as much about buying from scammy Amazon seller accounts, which run rampant across the regular Amazon Seller Marketplace.
Health and fitness expert Jillian Michaels created a 7-day challenge for Yahoo readers. Each day features a 7-minute calorie burning, strength building, confident boosting workout. Are you up to the challenge?
Ever since she declared that her husband was the “Black Bill Gates” during season one, Karen Huger has cemented her status as the incomparable Grand Dame of Potomac, Maryland on Bravo‘s “The Real Housewives of Potomac.” Between the duo of mansions that she’s lived in, her always alluring confessional moments and her ever-evolving fashions on the show, Huger has proven time and again that, yes, you’ve got to spend millions to owe millions, honey. Ahead of the season 5 premiere of “RHOP” on Sunday, Aug. 2 at 9 p.m. EST, In The Know’s Gibson Johns caught up with Karen Huger, and we got her to name some of the last things that she’s purchased, in case you want a little inspiration on how to live more like the Grand Dame.
A Buddha bowl consists of grains, a protein and brightly-colored veggies — really anything you want. Using a sheet pan to cook all of the ingredients makes it an especially quick and easy meal for at-home or on-the-go. Well, the famed healthy dish first gained popularity in 2013 in “Meatless,” a cookbook by Martha Stewart Living.