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4 Cliche Quotes Women Need to Stop Using

I am about to commit a sin of epic proportions. What I am about to say will certainly outcast me, and could very well land me in prison...or, at a minimum, on the black list of every child born between the years 2005 and 2012.<p>I hated the movie <i>Frozen</i>. Yes, I said it.<p>I watched it on a flight home …

Real Housewives

YA Books About Witches and Witchcraft

This week’s “3 On A YA Theme” is sponsored by <i>Firewalker</i> by Josephine Angelini.<p><i>You think I’m a monster, but my choices, as ruthless as they seem, are</i> …

Books

Interview: T.A. Barron Knows THE WISDOM OF MERLIN - Unbound Worlds

<b>Shawn Speakman: THE WISDOM OF MERLIN is in fine bookstores now. Tell Unbound Worlds readers about the book and why you wrote it?</b><p>T.A. Barron: This is …

My Nazi grandfather would have murdered me

Jennifer Teege was sent to an orphanage at four weeks old and for 38 years knew little about her real family. Then, after a chance discovery in a library, she uncovered the horrifying truth - now documented in a new book. Etan Smallman reports<p>Jennifer Teege had been asking questions her entire life.<p>…

Learn To Meditate By The End Of This Post

<i>Here’s a beginner’s guide to meditation.</i><p>Does the idea of meditating freak you out? Throughout my years of being a meditation teacher I’ve witnessed …

How To Manifest Anything And Stop Conflicts In Two Minutes Flat

By In5D on April 8, 2015 in Meditation<p>by Peter Nebres <i><br>Guest writer, In5D.com</i><p>I call it the “Aloha Breath Technique” but I do not know what the ancient …

America's Pain Killer Problem is Growing, Federal Data Shows

New federal data released Wednesday reveals the state of America’s pain killer use.<p>According to the numbers released by the Centers for Disease …

Unbound Worlds Likes: 2/21/15 - Unbound Worlds

The internet(s) gives and gives and gives.<p>There are some great sci-fi/fantasy bloggers out there, fans who are devoting a lot of time and energy into …

Books

19 Ways Ballet Beautiful's Founder Maintains Her Gorgeous Self

She sculpts the bodies of Victoria's Secret models and trains actresses like Natalie Portman for her role in <i>Black Swan</i>, all while raising a …

What Is Pratyahara? Get the Lowdown on Julia Roberts's Favorite Yoga Practice

In the movie <i>Eat Pray Love</i>, there's a scene at an Indian ashram in which Julia Roberts's character struggles to sit still during a group meditation. …

The Seven Lady Godivas: Dr. Seuss’s Little-Known “Adult” Book of Nudes

Theodor Seuss Geisel, better-known as <b>Dr. Seuss</b> (March 2, 1904–September 24, 1991), was a legendary children’s book author, radical ideologist, and a lover of reading. Among his many creative feats is a fairly unknown, fairly scandalous one: In 1939, when Geisel left Vanguard for Random House, he …

Doggy style: Trussardi hires greyhound models – stylewatch

A dog in a shirt. Sounds silly, looks great – when it's a greyhound (picked, presumably, from thousands) styled by the house of Trussardi. It is part of a Trussardi campaign (the brand has a greyhound in its logo) by photographer William Wegman, that uses this sleekest of breeds to model …

Change Your Entire Life with this Simple Technique from Thích Nhất Hạnh.

<i>To be beautiful means to be yourself. You don’t need to be accepted by others. You need to accept yourself.</i><p>~ Thich Nhat Hanh<p>I was visiting a friend …

How to Unleash the Magnificent, Unstoppable Energy Inside You

Trending Stories<p>Our Favorite Kitchen Organizing Ideas Ever<p>7 of Our Healthiest Slow-Cooker Recipes<p>7 Slenderizing Fashion Strategies<p>The Very Best …

Spirituality

DIY Calendula Balm

This Balm is perfect for cuts, bruises and stings. It’s probably not for beginners or impatient people (like me) as you do need to make a herbal …

Summer's Most Refreshing Cocktail Comes From Venice

When summer temperatures soar, folks around the world take different strategies for adult refreshment. In Mexico, an icy cerveza hits the spot. Spain’s sunny climate makes it the gin and tonic capital of the world. But it’s the Italians who do it best, especially in the Veneto where the Aperol …

5 Reason Why Having Less Gives You Freedom

I am 39 years of age. If you looked at my life, you’d probably say I don’t have much. In the material sense of the word, you’d be right. You’d no …

Paris Review - Annie Proulx, The Art of Fiction No. 199

Interviewed by Christopher Cox<p>Issue 188, Spring 2009<p>Annie Proulx in 2008.<p>"It isn’t easy to get here,” Annie Proulx e-mailed from Bird Cloud, her six-hundred-forty-acre Wyoming ranch. In case that was too subtle a warning, she added, “I loathe interviews and getting me to sit still for a whole day …

Paris Review - A Humorist at Work

Fran Lebowitz<p>Issue 127, Summer 1993<p>Fran Lebowitz, ca. 2011. Photograph by Christopher Macsurak<p>Fran Lebowitz’s trademark is the sneer; she disapproves of virtually everything except sleep, cigarette smoking, and good furniture. Her essays and topical interviews on subjects ranging from the …

Paris Review - John Steinbeck, The Art of Fiction No. 45 (Continued)

Interviewed by George Plimpton and Frank Crowther<p>Issue 63, Fall 1975<p><i>This winter, The Viking Press will publish the fourth volume 0f</i> Writers at Work<i>, continuing its collections of interviews on the craft of fiction from</i> The Paris Review<i>. Included will be the “interview” with John Steinbeck which was</i> …

Paris Review - Henry Miller, The Art of Fiction No. 28

Interviewed by George Wickes<p>Issue 28, Summer-Fall 1962<p>Henry Miller: Self portrait.<p>In 1934, Henry Miller, then aged forty-two and living in Paris, published his first book. In 1961 the book was finally published in his native land, where it promptly became a best-seller and a cause célèbre. By now …

Paris Review - Gabriel García Márquez, The Art of Fiction No. 69

Interviewed by Peter H. Stone<p>Issue 82, Winter 1981<p>Gabriel García Márquez was interviewed in his studio/office located just behind his house in San Angel Inn, an old and lovely section, full of the spectacularly colorful flowers of Mexico City. The studio is a short walk from the main house. A low …

Paris Review - Isak Dinesen, The Art of Fiction No. 14

Interviewed by Eugene Walter<p>Issue 14, Autumn 1956<p>Illustration by Michael Batterberry, 1956.<p>It was, in a sense, type-casting when a few years ago a film was planned that would have shown us Garbo playing the role of Isak Dinesen in a screen version of <i>Out of Africa,</i> for the writer is, like the …

Paris Review - Joan Didion, The Art of Fiction No. 71

Interviewed by Linda Kuehl<p>Issue 74, Fall-Winter 1978<p>Joan Didion, ca. 1977. Courtesy of the Associated Press<p>It is usual for the interviewer to write this paragraph about the circumstances in which the interview was conducted, but the interviewer in this case, Linda Kuehl, died not long after the …

Paris Review - Ezra Pound, The Art of Poetry No. 5

Interviewed by Donald Hall<p>Issue 28, Summer-Fall 1962<p>Ezra Pound, ca. 1913.<p>Since his return to Italy, Ezra Pound has spent most of his time in the Tirol, staying at Castle Brunnenburg with his wife, his daughter Mary, his son-in-law Prince Boris de Rachewiltz, and his grandchildren. However, the …

Paris Review - Ernest Hemingway, The Art of Fiction No. 21

Interviewed by George Plimpton<p>Issue 18, Spring 1958<p>Ernest Hemingway, ca. 1939. Photograph by Lloyd Arnold<p>HEMINGWAY<p>You go to the races?<p>INTERVIEWER<p>Yes, occasionally.<p>HEMINGWAY<p>Then you read the Racing Form ... There you have the true art of fiction.<p>—Conversation in a Madrid café, May 1954<p>Ernest …