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Kate’s Picks: 8 Things I Tried in June and Loved

By Jason Freely / 5 days ago

June 2020 was a month I’ll remember for a long time. It was the start of a summer that hasn’t really been “summer”—one where all the typical activities I would normally be participating in have given way to the balancing act of social distancing and community service. Between all the conversations, learning, growing, and navigating […]

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This? Oh Just Threw It Together

By Jason Freely / 5 days ago

You know how they say most people are either Cooks or Bakers? Well… I fall squarely in the Cooks camp. Cooking feels more improvisational and forgiving compared with baking, which rewards science-like precision and seems to enjoy punishing my cake and me if I forget just the tiniest teaspoon of baking powder. I was never […]

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The Most Glaring Costs When Opening A Healthcare Business

By Jason Freely / 6 days ago

Opening up your healthcare business can put a real dent into your savings, and into the pockets of any investors you may have on your side. After all, it can cost upwards of $70,000, with costs only expected to grow over time – being a private sector business, offering private care for patients in your […]

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My Relationship With My Daughter Is Full of Love and Loss

By Jason Freely / 7 days ago

My daughter Izzy… …who turns three in a few weeks, has thick bangs like Audrey Hepburn, and her skin smells like peanut butter. Unlike most babies — Izzy’s developmental age is six months, so I still think of her as a baby — she is not frightened by sudden movements or loud noises. When a gust […]

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An Amazing Guide to Saving Money for Vacation

By Jason Freely / 7 days ago

Want to go on vacation while being short on cash? Then check out our guide to saving money for vacation and start planning your trip today. Most Americans don’t take enough vacations. If you’re ready to step out of the rat race and get much-needed ‘me time,’ go ahead and mark your calendar for a getaway.  […]

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Wit & Delight Is Hiring!

By Jason Freely / last week

Photo by Colleen Eversman at 2ndtruth Photography Wit & Delight is hiring! We’re looking for a part-time assistant editor to join our editorial team in producing content for Wit & Delight. We are also looking for writers to join our team of contributors. We are committed to diversity in both our staff and writers and […]

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The Ultimate Crowdpleaser: Matar Paneer

By Jason Freely / last week

“I have lost count of how many times I have made khichdi in quarantine,” Priya Krishna posted on Instagram in mid-April, and pretty soon after, we could say the same in our house. The vegetarian, pantry-friendly rice and mung bean dish became so universally loved, it was clear that we needed to pick up a copy […]

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50 Foods You Need to Eat Before the End of Summer

By Jason Freely / last week

As previously seen on Wit & Delight Editor’s Note: Isn’t it wild how food (and drinks) invokes emotions? And memories? A whole swirl of the both of them, all twisty turny like the ice cream tower pictured above? Yeah. The list below, penned by contributor Liz Welle at the end of summer 2017, brought back […]

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