The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has frequently updated its face mask guidelines for fully vaccinated individuals as circumstances around the pandemic continue to change. An increasing number of Americans are getting their first or second dose of a Covid vaccine every day, but cases are currently rising across the country, causing some areas to reinforce face mask mandates regardless of vaccination status. And in addition to the FDA granting full approval to Pfizer’s Covid vaccine, U.S. health officials recently announced a plan to begin offering vaccine booster shots in September, citing evidence that protection against Covid infection
Cracked heels, scaly limbs, and chapped lips—on the river, boaters know the pain of weather-beaten skin. Fortunately, there are skin-care options to help combat sun and water exposure that go beyond chalky mineral sunblock, dehydrating natural soap, and products that leave toxic deposits in our waterways. Here’s what you need to stay clean, moisturized, and protected, from put-in to take-out.
Weleda Skin Food Body Butter Lotion ($19)
Before you crawl into your sleeping bag, slather cracked fingers and crusty knees with this extra-thick balm. Glycerin, sunflower-seed oil, and cocoa-seed butter seal in moisture and reinforce your
- Bride-to-be Lisa Torres created a letter of mandatory bridesmaid expectations that went viral on TikTok.
- She shared the full letter with Insider, and it includes a budget, timeline, and FAQ.
- Torres wishes she fleshed out her timeline more, but overall had great reactions to her creation.
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Bride-to-be Lisa Torres went viral on TikTok after talking about the detailed letter of mandatory wedding commitments she gave to each of her bridesmaids.
Now, Torres is sharing her letter in full, plus the changes she’d make to the document if she did it all over again, in
Most Wanted is a weekly series in which one Who What Wear team member or friend of the brand will share the top 30 fashion and beauty finds on their current wish list.
I’m always giddy at the first sign of warm weather, but this summer, there’s a lot more to get excited about. For starters, the possibility of dressing up to meet friends on a more regular basis. Hey, maybe I’ll even be packing a bag for an actual vacation in the near future. As you can see, I’m really setting my hopes high for a fun and fashionable
“Everything was changing,” said Chalmers, a Toronto-based marketing manager whose nuptials were originally planned for May 2020, two months after her province’s coronavirus lockdowns began. “In March 2020, it felt like every day something would happen that was kind of like another nail in the coffin for our wedding.”
The couple, who’d gotten engaged in 2018, quickly shifted gears, opting for a small wedding on their July dating anniversary in Chalmers’ parents’ backyard and rescheduling their big reception for May 2021. They ultimately canceled the latter, for good, in light of Ontario’s recent Covid-19 case surge.
“We just realized it … Read more