Reconcile with family

This weekend, on a two-hour drive to their son’s lacrosse tournament, Cathy and Jay Ingram, of Lancaster, Pa., healed some wounds left from the long and divisive presidential election.

Ms. Ingram, who backed Hillary Clinton, told her husband, aDonald Trump supporter, that the comments he made about evil emanating from anyone who supported Mrs. Clinton hurt her feelings. He told her he didn’t realize she was hurt at the time and didn’t mean it to be a personal attack. He apologized.

With the election over, households that split their votes are trying to put their relationships back together. The holidays are approaching, which means extended family—many with opposing political views—gathering. Avoiding an unsavory mix of gloat and gloom will require tact and tolerance.

Are you a wrap lover? People often misconceive wraps as being lower in calories and carbs in comparison to bread because they are thin and dainty. While they may be less starchy than a large baguette, most wraps are not whole grain, are high in carbohydrates, low in fiber and additionally filled with unhealthy preservatives like calcium proprionate. Try collard green wraps this winter and save yourself 22 grams of carbohydrates per wrap. Aim to choose the biggest collard green leaves you can find in the market. Collards roll easier in room temperature. First, cut off the stalk, leaving just the leaf part. Run the knife parallel to the leaf cutting off any thicker stalk part that runs through the leaf, this will make the leaf more flexible for rolling.