Here’s how to tell if the town you’re considering has gone to the dogs. When you're on the hunt for a new home, you want to make sure it'll be a good fit for every member of the family—including your pup. Of course you'll be looking at the outdoor space, but it's smart to think beyond the property line. After all, the neighborhood itself can make a huge difference in your—and your fur kid's—quality of life. A few signs you've crossed the border into dog heaven?
They say mom knows best-and for Kristen Maxwell Cooper, executive editor of The Knot, that old proverb definitely rings true. The two have always been close, and even though her mother, Pam, lives back in her hometown of St. Louis, they talk a couple of times a week by phone, and email almost every day.
Photo: Istockphoto Not getting enough rest? The problem could be your pillow. A bad one can keep you tossing and turning through the night. That not only makes you groggy the next day, but over time it can put you at risk for everything from obesity to depression, says Lisa Shives, MD, medical director of Northshore Sleep Medicine in Evanston, Illinois.