What I Eat Everyday For Glowy Skin — the collagen glow

My obsession with skincare started when I got burned from a cooking accident. The oil melted the skin off both of my arms instantly, and I had to turn to prescription ointment and silicone patches, only to find none of it really did much for me. Unimpressed by the options out there, I ended up taking […]

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Constructive Arguing: “Those who dont’ do…” — LIFE’S RECIPE BOOK

How often has it happened that you end up in an argument; be it with your significant other, a friend, a family member or a colleague; and you just can’t seem to get your messages across or you struggle in finding an effective resolution for an often simple situation? I’m a bit of a hypocrite […]

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Some Plants in Illinois have Eyes!…

If you don’t like to be stared at, don’t come to rural Illinois! There are some rare plants here in rural Illinois that are sensitive to the touch and that are quickly evolving. At first, besides their sensitivity to touch, they began […]

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High as a Hike

Hiking is kinda a love or hate thing. You either love the early wake-up calls, toe blisters, the totally adorable hiking boots, and dirt in every crevice, or you despise it. There really isn’t an in between. I, for one, love hiking. I used to hike maybe once a year with my family to work off […]

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Depression and Sorrow…

Many people suffer from depression and sorrow. Many take pharmaceutical antidepressants and regularly go to clinics to receive therapy. Of course, for some, it may involve issues based on heredity and diet. For many, it entails accumulated psychological problems. Most, when they were much younger, did not have such issues; in youth, they […]

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How Cooking Frees My Mind to Think About Writing — Literary Hub

I love food. I love to eat it, prepare it—and read about it. Even before I was out of the crib, I had a gastro-literary fixation: the drawing of bread in Richard Scarry’s Busy World, Busy People, which I demanded to see daily. Once I’d graduated to print, obsession reached a new, active level. The […]

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Cooking to Buff — Bread Furst

It’s unseemly, my grandmother would have said, to be obsessed about body weight – although she certainly was obsessed with hers. It’s true; it is unseemly, especially for someone of my age. But I am. As I have spent much of the summer alone in Hardwick, Vermont working on a book, and as I know […]

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“Okay, I’m Depressed. Now What?” (ACTIONABLE) — Thoughts From The Trail

I first learned that I was *clinically* depressed after I took Burn’s diagnostic. It was a bit of a shock, frankly. I had thought that I was mildly depressed, not severely depressed, and I was terribly confused about treatment, resources, and just what to do, period.

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Aaargh! Am I turning into an adult? — M T McGuire Authorholic

Yep it’s a valid question. I never, ever wanted to become a grown up but it’s one of those unfortunate facts that as we age, the changes are so imperceptible that, for the most part, we fail to notice. That might be why, if you asked me or anyone for that matter, if we feel […]

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