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Cooking from Scratch Just Got Super Easy!

The other day Gary from Prepress walked by my office and told me he’d been prepping my cookbook, Scratch, for the printer and commented that all the recipes looked so good and so easy. “But,” he said, “I’m afraid. I’m afraid I’ll mess something up. Is it really as easy as you make it look?” […]

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How to Make a Garden Hose Doormat

by guest blogger Mark Kintzel, designer As we all prepare for a great season of gardening, I’m sure you’re coming across some gardening tools that have worked all their gardening magic and seen their day in the dirt. For me, the time had come for an old garden hose. For weeks, I’d been trying to […]

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The Importance of Word Choice

by guest blogger Katharine Ashe, best-selling author of historical romance novels Penis. (I do have a point here.) Sometimes when I’m grading a student’s paper and I find a misused word, I circle it and write “Word Choice.” There is, of course, a lot more to choosing the right word than dictionary definitions. Especially when […]

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How Partnering Deepens Your Love

by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer Do you ever feel lonely in your relationship? Do you crave a deepened connection with your partner? This is an important topic for all of us. In order to shed light on the subject, I’m going to share an intimate conversation that I had with my mentor, […]

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11 Wishes for Mother’s Day

Since I have been a mother for 63 percent of my life, and have raised/am raising three lovely daughters, I would like to take this opportunity to make some Mother’s Day wishes—as a mother, for mothers, and for everyone out there trying to raise the next generation of good kids. 1. I wish all parents […]

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The Mathematics of Work-Life-Travel Balance

by guest blogger Andeep Singh, documentarian and television and Web video producer It seemed like a really smart idea. In fact, the math was so easy that it practically solved itself. 1 work trip to the Bahamas + 1 husband + 1 kid = The perfect combination of business and pleasure. Work meets the family vacation. […]

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Are You a Real Runner?

by guest blogger Mark Remy, Runner’s World columnist and author In my new book, Runners of North America—A Definitive Guide to the Species, I analyze 23 types of runners, from The Newbie (Lopus novus) to The Serial Marathoner (Lopus pheidippidus), with tongue-in-cheek descriptions of their appearance, habitat, feeding behavior, and so on. I’ve encountered all […]

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10 Reasons I’m Not That Sad about Going Back to Work

by guest blogger Amanda Harding, writer and blogger Before long, I’ll be back at work instead of home with my baby and toddler. However, unlike last time, I’m not cursing the calendar and frantically crunching numbers trying to figure out how we could possibly survive as a single-income family. Instead, I find a teeny-tiny part […]

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