Sara Levine
New Yorker by way of Atlanta — or is it the other way around? Lover of all things Batman, whiskey, and crime drama-related. Aspiring rapper's wife.

Latest Articles

Is Wine Kosher For Passover?

For all my fellow members of the tribe, Passover starts on Monday. For all my non-members of the tribe, that's when Jews don't eat any leavened bread or a number of other foods for eight days. Obviously not eating bread for eight days is a drag, but …
By Sara Levine

All The Ways Your Dog Is Smarter Than You Think

If one thing has become clear in 2017, it's that the Internet really loves dogs. And I mean, who wouldn't? They're cute. They're cuddly. They, unlike some pets, actually love us back. If you still aren't convinced dogs are a superior animal, there's …
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Help This Guy Get Free Nuggets

Sometimes, you just need some happy news to get you through the day. Today, that happy news has arrived in the form of Carter Wilkerson, a lover of Wendy's chicken nuggets from Reno, Nevada who's aiming to get 18 million retweets for a year of free c…
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How To Help Congress Find Their Moral Compass

The election and the ensuing months have seen a surge in political activism — from the Women's March to "A Day Without A Woman" strike to Congressional representatives' phone lines ringing off the hook, it's safe to say many Americans are starting to…
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The Dark Side Of Emotional Intelligence

The phrase "emotional intelligence" has basically become synonymous with The Bachelor this season, as Science of Us points out, when Taylor accused Corinne of not having any of it. Corinne's emotional intelligence or lack thereof obviously didn't hav…
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How To Beat DST Fatigue

Enjoy your last few hours of sleep, because on March 12, 2017 at 2am, we'll all be springing forward, or turning the clocks ahead one hour. That means, you guessed it, we all lose an hour of sleep. It seems like only yesterday I was writing about Day…
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How You Can Help Homeless Women

If you're a woman or someone who menstruates, you might dread getting your period every month — aside from the affirmation that you're not pregnant, dealing with menstruation and its side effects (like bloating, irritability, cramps, etc.) is unpleas…
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This Wedding Dress Is Made Of Taco Bell Wrappers

As an avid watcher of Say Yes to the Dress, when it comes to wedding dresses, I thought I'd seen it all. The good, the bad, the lace, the princess dresses, the corset bodices — I never thought I'd see a wedding dress that surprised me ever again. Tha…
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What To Say To People Who Ask Why You're Striking

The "Day Without A Woman" strike is coming up on March 8, 2017. It's the follow-up event to the Women's Marches that took place across the country (and the world) on January 21, 2017, the day after President Trump's inauguration. The women's marches …
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The "Day Without A Woman" Strike Details Are Out

After the Women's Marches across the country and the world last month, many wondered what the next step would be in the resistance. In early February, the organizers of the Women's March announced they would stand with the grassroots organizers putti…
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10 Things Adults Still Don't Get

Being an adult is hard. I wouldn't even necessarily consider myself a full, grownass adult for many reasons — for example, I don't pay my own cellphone bill and don't make doctors appointments; instead, I just wait it out and hope I don't get deathly…
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A Super Rare Eclipse Is Happening This Year

Astronomy lovers and people of the world, mark your calendars because a historic cosmic event is happening: a total solar eclipse. That's when the moon moves in front of the sun and completely blocks it out. In case you're wondering, this doesn't hap…
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Why Norma McCorvey Went By Jane Roe

Norma McCorvey, better known as "Jane Roe" from the landmark Supreme Court Case Roe v. Wade, passed away today at age 69. McCorvey was an enigmatic person, to say the least — she went from the plaintiff in the famous court case that established a con…
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This Starbucks Secret Menu Drink Looks Amazing

Just when you think Starbucks couldn't get any more inventive with its drinks, they surprise us. Just a few weeks ago, they gifted us with three molten chocolate drinks just in time for us to drown our sorrows in chocolate on Valentine's Day. But Sta…
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Food & Wine Pairings You Have To Try Today

It's the best day of the year — no, it's not my birthday or Halloween or anything like that — it's National Drink Wine Day. Not to be confused with National Wine Day, which falls on May 25th. Not really sure what the difference between those two days…
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What '90s Kids Wanted For Valentine's Day

The '90s were a magical and simpler time. Probably a huge reason I feel that way is because I was a child in the '90s, so I just didn't have any real problems to worry about. However, one source of stress that felt very real at the time was Valentine…
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This Is What People Really Think About Selfies

If you own a phone with a camera, you've probably taken a selfie at some point in your life. No shame in the game — whether you're just checking out your makeup, having a good hair day, or you just simply feel like taking a selfie for whatever reason…
By Sara Levine

How To Play Google's V Day Game

Valentine's Day is on Tuesday, and just like they celebrate Saint Patrick's Day and your birthday (how do they know??) Google will be marking the festivities with a doodle. It's always fun to go onto Google and see how they transform their logo, but …
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The History Of Conversation Hearts

Valentine's Day is coming up, and there's nothing that says Valentine's Day more than conversation hearts. Yes, even chocolate. Those chalky pieces of sugar and food coloring just can't be used for any other holiday. That would be wrong. Love them or…
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How To Get Over Your Phone Anxiety

If there's one criticism of millennials that I think is valid, it's that we are terrible at talking on the phone. And why wouldn't we be? Calling people on the phone and actually having a conversation is pretty terrifying. What if they don't pick up …
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