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Care and Feeding

You haven’t really lived until you’ve heard the claim “It’s not you—it’s me.” Usually it’s in the context of a breakup, and it hurts as much as if someone had said, “You’re a jerk, and I hate you.” Still, sometimes it’s important to recognize that it’s not you; it really is them. Take a kid […]

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OK, Hamilton…

If you are at all curious about what is happening in my household lately, you only really need to know two words: Alexander Hamilton. We have been Hamiltoned. My daughter and son-in-law saw the show the third night of its run, and it was all she could talk about for months. For her birthday, I […]

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We’ve Come a Long Way, Baby…Haven’t We?

by guest blogger Katharine Ashe, best-selling author of historical romance novels We in the modern era did not invent the female orgasm. We didn’t invent sex, either. I bet you’re thinking, “Duh.” Because, well, duh. But when people learn that I’m a professor of medieval history, they say the darnedest things. And when I tell […]

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8 Fun Ways to Celebrate Spring

by Maria Luci, editor at Maria’s Farm Country Kitchen and Rodale’s Spring is here! I repeat—spring is here! This is not a drill! The official start of spring has arrived, and we’re so excited. What’s not to love about sloughing off of the extra layers and enjoying more hours of sunshine? Plus, with spring’s arrival […]

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Mindfulness Craft Project: Photo Appreciation Week

My mother was an art teacher, so I grew up doing crafts. And the tradition continues in my home. At any one point, if you were to walk into my house when we were unprepared for your visit, there would be tiny scraps of paper all over the floor, glue and tape stuck to furniture, […]

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What’s a Book That Changed Your Life?

I love books. A lot. But I have struggled with the question of what book changed my life because every book I read changes my life. From the oldest books ever written, such as The Epic of Gilgamesh and the Bible, to the first novel, Tale of Gengi, I’ve learned that books last. I’ve also […]

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Getting Grounded

I was fine until I got sick. Isn’t that always how it goes? It was nothing serious, mind you…just that plaguey cough and flu thing that’s going around. But of course, I pushed through it because people depend on me. And that’s just what we do. We push until we can’t push any longer, and […]

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How to Create a Winter Sanctuary for Backyard Birds

by guest blogger Toni Becker, member of the Rodale’s editorial team Welcome to the long days of winter! As you hunker down in your home and wonder if spring will ever arrive, take a moment to think about your feathered friends. While many people think birds can fend for themselves when the weather gets dicey, […]

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