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A Book for Every Woman You Know

Photo of Shonda Rhimes by Disney | ABC Television Group/Flickr, licensed under CC 2.0 It was the middle of the day when my cellphone rang. My daughter Maya was sobbing like I’ve never heard her sob before—all of my everything went on high alert. “Moooooooooooom!!!! He’s dead! She killed him!!!!” OK, it wasn’t her dog […]

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The Real Meaning of Balance

I’ve written a lot of blogs on the subject of balance over the years. I even used to publish a magazine with the subtitle “The Art of Living in Balance.” But it wasn’t until recently, after seeing a definition of balance that blew me away, that I’ve realized what balance truly means. I mean, everyone […]

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Help Us Librarians, You’re Our Only Hope

by guest blogger Renee James, humorist and blogger I have hope. An article I read last week gave me hope for our future. And just in time, too, given the fact that we have another full year of election coverage to go before we elect a new president and every single one of us could […]

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No-Bake Pumpkin Chiffon Pie

by guest blogger Adrianna Adarme recipe developer,  blogger, and author of  The Year of Cozy An ideal cozy day to me looks like this: I have on fluffy socks, chill (maybe slightly emo) music is playing, the weather is brisk, and leaves are falling on the trees outside my windows. My oven is preheated to […]

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The Already-Colored-In Coloring Book

by guest blogger Jacob Lief, cofounder and CEO of Ubuntu Education Fund and author of I Am Because You Are: How the Spirit of Ubuntu Inspired an Unlikely Friendship and Transformed a Community (cowritten with Andrea Thompson; Rodale Books), from which the essay below is adapted In late 2001, my organization, Ubuntu Education Fund—a nonprofit […]

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Agricultural Nirvana

photo and text by guest blogger Matthew Benson, photographer, organic farmer, and author of Growing Beautiful Food “Out of such chaos comes the dancing star,” once said my favorite dystopian curmudgeon, Nietzsche, who may have come from farming blood, for all I know. Nietzsche’s obsessions with hardship and trial as paths to enlightenment, just like […]

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Defining Popular—Not What You Think It Means

by guest blogger Renee James, humorist and blogger Today’s vocab words: popular as in “popular” author: untalented as in “popular” fiction: talentless as in “pop” icon: super talented! and literary as in “literary” author: brilliant as in “literary” fiction: brilliantly crafted storytelling. Stepping away from my typical brooding and introspection—such as it is—about my own […]

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Romance Novels 101: The Infamous Book List That Changed My Life

by guest blogger Maya Rodale, author of smart and sassy romance novels When my mother insisted that I, the snobby academic, read romance novels, I demanded a syllabus to get me started (after I laughed at the ridiculous notion). If I was going to study the genre, I was going to do it properly. Of […]

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