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Amazing News For People Who Love Advice Columns

Just in time for your post-holiday ennui, the Internet has brought us good tidings of great joy: Dear Sugar is back, people. The cult advice column that catapulted Strayed's career has been reborn in podcast form.

"The odd thing about people who had many books was how they always wanted more." - That would be me :)

"The odd thing about people who had many books was how they always wanted more." This is true. My bookshelf is full of books, but I always need more.

I love sewing, but there are stages in every project that can be tedious. Stuffing a softie, for example, or pressing seams open. When faced with these tasks it’s easy to make an excuse to set the project aside and go get a snack, or check Facebook, or really do anything but finish the... Read More »

20 Podcasts to Listen to While You’re Crafting

20 Podcasts to Listen to While You’re Crafting - I'm not interested in all of them, but there are a couple that sound really interesting - crafting or walking/running

Attention, bonding, thinking, learning, exploring, questioning, laughing, understanding, endless adventures

Reading to children means they will associate books with love and affection

I love books. Its like you have made a whole new world and dont give a damn about goes around you. I just love the feeling of getting lost in a book to the extent that i tend to forget where i am.

Bibliophile (n) a lover of books; somone who finds joy and preace of mind while holding a quality book. I LOVE to lose myself in a book.

Today is my 40th birthday. Last year I reflected upon some life lessons (which I just updated with my 40th lesson), and this year I'm sharing some of the great books I've read. It's the list I wish I

I've spent my whole career in the book business, and I wouldn't want it any other way. So many people have a book inside them (at least one) and as a publicist, I help make authors' dreams come true.

This description of Jane Eyre made me laugh so hard. It's painfully true...but it makes for a great read! And here are the other 13 books every English major has definitely read:

14 Books Every English Major Has Definitely, Totally Finished

14 books English majors have *totally*read. I want to read them (suffer thru them?) just to see how accurate they are. Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë

Where the Red Fern Grows by Wilson Rawls---Little Ann and Old Dan, two redbone coonhounds, and Billy grow up together in the Ozarks

Where the Red Fern Grows is a novel written by Wilson Rawls in 1961 about a boy who buys and trains two Redbone Coonhound hunting dogs Love this book! Sad book and movie I cried watching the movie . Read the book

4 Ways To Beat Discontentment | Here are a few lessons that have helped me embrace true contentment in Christ.

4 Ways to Beat Discontentment When it Feels Too Hard