These fiction and non-fiction books—ardently recommended by members of our Agenda board—are sure to entertain, enlighten, and inspire. Escaping to a warmer clime this week? Or staying home but craving
Ingenious engineering and the will of slightly crazy homeowners, brings architecture to new heights. Ingenious engineering and the will of slightly crazy homeowners, brings architecture to new heights.
If you love discovering extraordinary travel destinations off the beaten path, do we have a place for you. Though this may look like a scene straight out of a fairy-tale, this blue forest is, in fact,
Photo: Amazon The New York Times has their annual "notable books" list. NPR has their "great reads" guide. The Guardian has their "best books" breakdown. ELLE has a 2014 book list, too—but while our selections
A mixture of literature that indulges the romance and glamour of staying out late drinking and listening to rock and roll, along with words that remind us we're just now on the cusp of understanding, anything.
Because collecting handbags is arguably an art form. Collecting handbags, when done well, can arguably be considered an art form. In homage to that, here are the 10 bags every woman should have in her
Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. On February 13, 1972, Michel Siffre climbed into a cave in southwest Texas. It would be six months before he saw daylight again. Siffre was
What titles most shaped the site's readers? Harry Potter, To Kill A Mockingbird, The Lord of the Rings—and the Bible. A few weeks ago, I started to see a viral status being passed around my Facebook friends.
What does it mean to cry over a book? It’s a question that has been in the foreground lately, thanks to “The Great Y.A. Debate of 2014”—the conversation, sparked by Ruth Graham last month in Slate, about
There are certain styles—think the Fendi Spy bag, the Yves Saint Laurent Muse and the Louis Vuitton Speedy—that have outlasted their It bag era and buzz to earn the simple, yet hard-to-earn title of "classic."
Kuala Lampur, Malaysia-based artist Lim Heng Swee loves to doodle. With a bright attitude towards life, he creates adorable illustrations that are playfully paired with funny phrases and word puns. He
This F. Scott Fitzgerald Letter To His Daughter Has Great Advice About What To Worry About This Year
Discussing what to worry about in life, Fitzgerald touches on several things that are relevant in 2014: Things to worry about: Worry about courage Worry about cleanliness Worry about efficiency Worry horsemanship
[#image: /photos/590951bb1c7a8e33fb38a4d0] I was excited, this year, to read the work of Elena Ferrante. This reclusive Italian novelist (she writes pseudonymously, and does not make public appearances)
In her book, "The How of Happiness: A New Approach to Getting the Life You Want," psychology professor Sonja Lyubomirsky says a person's happiness is 50% due to genetics, 10% due to circumstances, and
Don’t head home for the holidays without packing this in your carry-on Every month, Women's Health hosts our 60-second book club, where we invite you to take a quick peek inside a buzzed-about new book
Here, an excellent lists of must-read literature for women throughout their lives. When E. Jean Carroll interviewed the inimitable Fear of Flying author Erica Jong for ELLE's November issue, she mentioned
From the true story of a woman's 15 months in captivity to Oprah's Super Soulful Book of the Month, these reads will amaze you. Enon by Paul Harding Paul Harding’s novel Tinkers won the Pulitzer Prize;
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