How to Break the Ice and Meet New People
Tired of the same old opening lines? We've all heard them, and they can sometimes be a real turn-off.
12 Steps to Dealing With Bad Neighbors
Some of us are lucky to have neighbors like the late Mr. Rogers. But for many, neighbors range from nuisance...
The Pros and Cons of Joint Checking Accounts
To help keep the peace when it comes to financial issues, here are some considerations to help you decide whether...
7 Ways to Tell What Someone is Thinking
There are seven basic types of eye movements, each of which corresponds to the use of a particular sensory apparatus....
How to Downsize Your Stuff for a Move
Whittling down a lifetime’s worth of belongings for a move into a smaller home can be a difficult and emotional
12 Golden Rules of Conversation
Follow these timeless tips for being a good conversationalist from The Art of Conversation. 1. Avoid unnecessary details. Don’t sidetrack.
The Dos and Don’ts of Dealing With Your In-Laws
Getting along with your in-laws doesn't have to be difficult. These tips can help you create a healthy relationship.
Top Tips for Buying Baby Clothes
Use these six guidelines when purchasing clothes for babies to avoid being left with expensive garments your little one wore...
25 Secrets About Marriage
Couples who've been married up to 50 years share their tricks to making wedlock work.
14 Old-School Tricks to Help You Remember These Everyday Facts
These simple rhymes and mnemonic devices can help you recall everything from the alphabet to the Wonders of the World.
This Man Wants You Dead: Osama bin Laden
The following Special Report by Kenneth R. Timmerman was originally published in the July 1998 issue of Reader’s Digest. ———-
Denzel Washington Interview: Devoted to Family and Faith
With a pair of Oscars and a paycheck of $20 million a movie, Denzel Washington no longer jumps when the...