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Your Southern Living Super Bowl XLIX Over / Under Betting Sheet

This Sunday brings with it that annual evening consisting of both a glut of advertising and a reeducation in your Roman numerals. That’s right, people. It’s Super Bowl time. Which, for many, means it’s also bettin’ season. One method of betting that’s seen a rise in popularity during the past few years is the Over/Under (O/U) bet. Basically, a situation […]

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Sneak Peek! SL’s Container Gardening Collector’s Edition

Southern Living’s ultimate guide to container gardening hits stands next Friday. We are excited to showcase 118 of our most stunning plant combos for both inside and out. Plus, we are sharing all of our secrets for growing colorful pots all year long. Enjoy a sneak preview of one of our never before seen containers! Pick A Colorful Pot Few things have the zing […]

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Southern Soul Is Alive in Texas

I was skimming Instagram this morning, when I came across this photo from Cecilia Márquez, the owner of Saint Cloud boutique in Houston. I know Ceci, and have been to her shop, so I know she has great taste. I had to check out the guy who blew her and her friends away playing at The Continental Club last night.

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Stuck on You Magnet Valentines

Abby Larson, founder of StyleMePrettyLiving.com, has set our hearts aflutter with her simple, fresh ideas for Valentine’s Day crafts. From creative cards, to a heartfelt celebration, we’re giving you all the ideas you need to step up your DIY game this month. Tune in each Friday for a new post from Abby. Once you have the supplies on hand for […]

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Celebrate the Croissant

We’re over the moon for the rich and flaky goodness of a warm croissant! In observation of National Croissant Day, we’re sharing nine sweet and savory recipes that throw a delicious curve to this traditional pastry. From Easy Chocolate Croissants to Cheesy Sausage-and-Croissant Casserole to Caramel-Croissant Pudding, each one is absolutely heavenly. See all the recipes below! Croissant Recipes: Easy Chocolate Croissants Cheesy […]

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Quick Fix For An Awful Yard

Question from a new reader: “Dear Grumpy, We are newlyweds and have just moved into a new house. The only problem is that the yard and garden areas are atrocious! We don’t know where to begin to deal with it. What are some quick and relatively inexpensive additions that will make our lawn and garden the talk of the neighborhood […]

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Belle Chevre: Who’s Afraid of Cheese?

  Who Moved My Cheese? Have you read it? It is a simple allegorical business book that upon release in 1998, hit the New York Times bestseller list, and remained on the list for almost five years. It sold more than 26 million copies worldwide in 37 languages and remains one of the best-selling business books. I never read it. I […]

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Decorating Resolution 29: Choose Checks

Oh how we love checks! This beloved print is fresh again, especially on a living room couch (pictured above) with its oversized scale and unexpected color. Checks work best “because they are just like Southerners–unpretentious and able to mix with anything,” says designer Meg Braff in our January 2015 issue. “They tone down fussier, more formal patterns and balance prints […]

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Our Secret to Celebrating National Blueberry Pancake Day

Okay, the secret to celebrating National Blueberry Pancake Day is a special recipe that can be used any day! Affectionately known as “Pam-cakes”, it is a recipe I have used for many years. It was published in 2010–you can get the recipe here. I serve them on special occasions, in fact I’m making them today. Just sprinkle a few fresh […]

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A Spin on Super Bowl Classics

Who else is planning a Super Bowl Sunday gathering? You’ve found the right place! Luckily, our entertainment is accounted for; but inevitably as an entertainer, I am thinking about the table. image via alissa ferrullo photography for style me pretty I find it intriguing and absolutely appropriate to bring football game day vibes into one’s home. My friends and I collectively […]

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