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TikTok user @sideofsequins shows you how to fit nine days of outfits and a few changes of shoes into a tiny suitcase using compression bags. To avoid wrinkles, you’ll also want to pack a compact travel steamer.

Organization expert @jessicahaizman has a tip to keep your ID, passport, and phone within reach at the airport: wear a fanny pack. It might not be the coolest look, but you’ll never need to dig through your bag to find what you need again.

On the cover: Charis Jones, owner of Sassy Jones, a seller of handmade jewelry and fashion accessories, is adding a ready-to-wear women’s appa…

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From Wolfgang Man & Beast’s aptly named GreatEscape collection are a collar, leash and comfort harness (from $19.99) featuring outdoor-themed patterns that inspire trotting off into the great unknown. These machine-washable dog accessories are designed to work together to give the human and the human’sBFF a sense of security while also giving Fido a style upgrade. wolfgangusa.com

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The kitchen can be one of the easiest places to organize. Start by going through the food in your pantry. Box up unwanted items that haven’t been opened and aren’t expired, and take them to your local food shelf. Next, go through your tableware, pots and pans and decorative kitchen accessories. Donate anything you aren’t using regularly or don’t love. Giving makes the letting go a lot easier.

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We’re excited to honor extraordinary nurses in our area who go above and beyond to deliver compassionate care.

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Check out the RTD Weather Desk to see what’s in store for the Richmond area and John’s take on what the forecast means.

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Check out the RTD Weather Desk to see what’s in store for the Richmond area and John’s take on what the forecast means.

On modern cars, all of the battery’s power is automatically directed to the starter motor when you turn the key to the crank position. Anything else that draws power is automatically shut off while the car is cranking. The car takes care of that itself. You don’t have to do it.

You can demonstrate this for yourself, David. Next time you go out to start your car, before you start it, turn the key to the “run” position (right before “crank”). Then turn on your windshield wipers.

They’ll start wiping. If you then turn the key to the “crank” position to start the engine, the wipers will momentarily stop while the car cranks, and then start moving again once the engine is running. And that’s true for every accessory.

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