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5 Things To Do Daily

By Nina Sankovitch I have always been a reader. As a child, I'd rather have gone to the local bookmobile than to a carnival. Books were the glue that held my family together, through high and l…

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Daddy, Read Me a Book: Voices from Prison

If you are a parent, and have an active, participatory relationship with your young child, then you likely read anywhere from 2 to 20 books a day. I am not talking the new James Patterson or even that…

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Assaulted By Noise? Try Quietude

“Silence is a source of great strength.” ~ Lao Tzu Sound is constant. Whether it's in the background or in your face, our culture produces a lot of noise. Finding slices of silence are few and far …

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Positivity Quest Day 193: Summer Reading

There is a temperate zone in the mind, between luxurious indolence and exacting work; and it is to this region, just between laziness and labor, that summer reading belongs. ~Henry Ward Beecher I d…

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A Hotly Debated Tech Alert: Will You Be Taking Your iPad To Bed With You?

To iPad or not to iPad…that is the question. Is it nobler to have love and lost, or never to have loved at all? What could possibly be lost from this nifty new gadget other than its unfortunate name…

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Joe Baker is VP of Causes and Advocacy for Care2. Joe oversees Care2's campaigns with its nonprofit partners. Previously, Joe worked for Amnesty... more

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The water myth had to be debunked twice in one day?

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They sound good, but the pictures make them look hard to eat ; they are falling apart. TYFP, though,…

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