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The Week’s Top Stories: October 16–22


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Playing catch-up? Here are the week’s five must-read Well+Good stories you may have missed.

1.The unexpected ways Marie Kondo’s book changed my life (to the tune of $10K)
This book seriously lives up to the hype. Here’s what it’s all about and what it did for me.

2. 5 hacks for cooking healthy meals on a budget
You can’t afford not to know these tips from the author of “Good and Cheap,” whose recipes are based on a $4 a day budget.

3. Why this ultra-athlete does shots of apple cider vinegar and eats breakfast for dinner
Terra Castro keeps it gluten-, lactose-, and egg-free as she prepares for a 100-mile (!) race.

4. 3 kitchen staples health gurus Hemsley+Hemsley always have on hand
Jasmine and Melissa Hemsley deem these the must-haves of every healthy kitchen. (Even if you don’t cook.)

5. It looks like Organic Avenue is closing all of its locations
It’s a sad day for juice enthusiasts and New York City’s first mega juice bar brand.

(Photo: Good and Cheap)