Like many of my clients, I love Brene Brown's work. She's written several great books about how vulnerability is an asset in life - not a weakness. But if you listen to her message superficially, you make
In an age when many people get by never writing anything longer than a text message, you may have heard that clear written communication is a much in-demand business skill. Companies are spending billions
Think you can’t afford to go on vacation? Think again. A Wisconsin-based teacher and author with a passion for Spain, Abbey Algiers looks for inexpensive ways to take trips on her summer holidays. So she
And if that's not impressive, wait until you see the farmhouse kitchen. A lot of the time, tiny homes are decorated just like your grandmother's house. Shingled exteriors, cringe-worthy patterns and maybe
Pets have aversions to the weirdest things. My 14-year-old Australian shepherd has always harbored a deep and bitter hostility toward cardboard tubes from paper towels or wrapping paper. I have a cat has
When Julie Barton’s depression hit its peak in the spring of 1996, it was a golden retriever puppy named Bunker who helped her see the positive side of life again. Here Barton, now 42 and author of the
In her exquisite watercolors, artist Elena Moroz celebrates the gentle vibrancy of flowers. Her painted daisies, peonies, and irises are vivid but mellow, as boldly toned but diaphanous as living blossoms.
As addiction to opioids, principally heroin and oxycodone, continue to ravage our country in a crescendo of drug-related crimes and overdose deaths, the most effective way of stopping this is .... with
“Let them get sleep!” Similar to the way Marie Antoinette’s infamous—and not entirely accurate—phrase about a certain dessert has come to represent classist ignorance, the West’s newfound fascination sleep
Kenyan police officers are responding to stone-throwing crowds in central Nairobi with a shocking level of brutality as citizens protest an election oversight body they say is biased and should be scrapped.