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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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I Love You, ‘Terrible Person’

by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer A few days ago, I found out that a family friend had passed away. This friend was someone I had appreciated in my life when I was young but hadn’t seen for years. I’d assumed that she was simply off living her life, only to discover that […]

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5 Favorites for the Earth-Friendly Kitchen

Cooking healthily and safely isn’t just about choosing organic, natural, and nutritious food; it’s about using safe kitchen tools, as well. That means ditching nonstick Teflon pans and plastic containers and sticking to kitchen equipment made of nontoxic materials like glass, cast iron, and stainless steel. This week, to promote healthier kitchen practices, I’ve chosen […]

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What Is Prevention?

Prevention, as a word, is very prevalently used in our world today. Firemen use it. Politicians use it. Even doctors use it. That wasn’t necessarily the case back in 1950 when my grandfather launched Prevention magazine. “That’s a stupid name for a magazine,” my father told him. Whatever the 1950s equivalent was of “F*#k off” […]

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How to Heal after a Painful Breakup

by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer I will preface this post by saying you’ll want to read this even if you are currently in a loving relationship, you’re entering a new relationship, or you’re healing from a breakup—you’ll see why! Breakups are painful, period. A relationship is an investment of our heart, time, […]

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Hello, 2016! Big Things Ahead…

Dear Reader, welcome to 2016! I always love a new year. It’s a new chance, a fresh start, an opportunity to rethink and reimagine. I mean, 2015 had some amazing highlights, but I’m not looking back. I’m looking ahead to all the supercool stuff happening this year. First, you may have heard I am “back […]

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