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Can the LGBT Community Do What Has Never Been Done Before?

If all the voices of the parents, family, and friends grieving 27 schoolchildren and teachers couldn’t significantly affect the gun laws in America, what can? In the aftermath of the tragedy in Orlando, I think the voice of the LGBT community might be our best chance to drive the conversation forward to get the job […]

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Too Much Free Stuff

by guest blogger Amanda Harding, writer and blogger My mother-in-law has a motto: “If it’s free, it’s for me!” She’s also really good with money, and I’m really not. So for a while I tried to live by that same motto. I accepted free samples, I clipped coupons, I nodded an enthusiastic “Yes!” whenever someone […]

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Can a Simple Question Cause a Communication Breakdown?

by guest blogger Pam Fullerton, psychotherapist and writer Have you ever experienced the following in a relationship? Everything is going well, you feel connected, you’re enjoying one another, and then…Boom! Suddenly, you’re in a full-blown argument. And what’s worse, you didn’t see it coming. I’ve personally experienced this in my marriage. I feel sad and […]

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Marital Chat-iquette

by guest blogger Andeep Singh, documentarian and television and Web video producer It started as a fun informal poll that my husband and I would ask our friends. Question: How much do you talk to your partner at social events? Who knew that our little question would become a bit of a party gag? Here’s […]

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Happy Memorial Day!

Happy Memorial Day! Looking for some tasty recipes? Try these: Broccoli and Bacon Summer Salad Quick and Easy Grilled Lemon Garlic Chicken Maria’s Fried Country Chicken My Grandmother’s Potato Salad Non-Mayo Coleslaw Iced Green-Ginger-Mint Tea Glazed Fresh Blueberry and Strawberry Pie with Whipped Cream Wishing you health, healing, and happiness! —Maria Print PDFRelated Posts:An Easy […]

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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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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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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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