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The truth is, unless I have to for work, I’m rarely able to return to a restaurant. My mantra? “So many meals, so little time.” But thanks to this list of our 10 most popular reviews, I’m taking a step back. I’m not sure yet if it will be Indian pizza or a bulgogi hoagie, but either way, I’ll be enjoying one of the best flavors of the year all over again. – Alice Levitt, food editor/critic
Ready for Resolutions
Now that we have said goodbye to 2020, it is time to set some resolutions for the new year. And this year I thought I would try something different. Instead of making lofty resolutions to accomplish by the end of the year, I’m going to set small monthly goals to help keep me on track. The first thing up for this month is to finally declutter my room. I’ve been picking away at it since quarantine, but have never fully sat down to tackle the mess. With these tips from The Home Edit and plenty of time indoors, this resolution will be crossed off the list in no time. – Michele Kettner, Associate Digital & Research Editor
Making Time for Self-Care
I’m so excited to head into a new year, but I think we’d be kidding ourselves if we said this winter wasn’t going to still be tough. With that in mind, I’m doing my best to carve out a little time for self-care each day. It could be reading a book for 15 minutes, writing in my journal or subscribing to this Mom Things box. The Ashburn woman who founded the subscription service is also a mom, so she knows exactly what to send to make these winter days seem just a bit easier. – Katie Bianco, editor