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The 19 Funniest Neil Gaiman Tweets Of All Time

Neil Gaiman wins Twitter.

Stop Devouring Food and Start Enjoying It: 5 Tips for Mindful Eating

<b>“Smile, breathe, and go slowly.” ~Thich Nhat Hanh</b><p>It’s Sunday night. A steaming plate of spaghetti is set in front of me. Salivating with wide eyes I …

These Are the Top Six Books That Will Make You More Creative

If you read <i>What are the four principles that will lead you to breakthrough creativity?</i> and want more information, look no further.<p>Six of the best …

Creativity

The Cutting-Edge Butter Knife of Your Dreams Is Finally Here

Sliced bread is synonymous with innovation, but really, how wonderful is it if a chilled pat of butter can trash a piece of pumpernickel toast? …

14 Hidden Things to Look for at Disneyland

<i>Wikimedia Commons</i><p>Disneyland is one of the happiest places on Earth—and with some charm and a little know-how, you can get a lot more out of your …

The 7 Most Common Ways to Screw Up Your Chocolate Chip Cookies

It might seem impossible to mess up chocolate chip cookies, but people do. Here are the 7 mistakes you should avoid when baking them.<p>Chocolate chip cookies might be the first thing you ever baked—scoops from a tub of cookie dough, dropped straight onto your baking sheet. Though those drop-and-bake …

Dessert

Make Almost Any Recipe Work in a Slow Cooker with This Chart

Even though there are lots of recipes available for slow cookers (aka crock pots), there are approximately a gazillion more traditional recipes …

Cooking

Do You Have These Deadly Plants at Home?

Keep your kids and pets away from these popular picks.<p>We're not saying you can't keep them. But watch pets and kids closely — they might get sick (or worse) from eating these leaves and flowers. This article originally appeared on goodhousekeeping.com.

Plants

20 Years of Cleaning Tips: Scrub Your Way to a Gleaming Home

We've been cleaning for more than two decades. Okay, not continuously, but let's just say we know how to use <i>all</i> our vacuum-cleaner attachments at this point. Over the years, we've shared our best solutions for tackling household tasks, and to our delight, you've written to tell us how these tips …

Why You Need a Dream Board

When I first heard about dream boards, I shrugged them off. Sounds <i>crafty</i>, I said. Probably requires <i>glue</i>.<p>And then I found Pinterest, and my dream …

Motivation

Yoga For Energy: 10 Uplifting Poses To Fight Fatigue (PHOTOS)

When you're stuck in an afternoon slump or waking up bleary-eyed after a late night, yoga may not be the first thing you turn to for a jolt of energy. But an invigorating Sun Salutation or <i>Virabhadrasana</i> (Warrior II) could be exactly what your body needs to fight fatigue.<p>Turns out, in addition to …

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How America's 2-Tiered Education System Is Perpetuating Inequality

And how online courses might only exacerbate the problem<p>In 2006, Amherst College made a decision that administrators at some other schools considered radical. The critics said it would dent the value of the school's degree, or force it to "lower its standards." The school's then-president pushed …

Toward a More Expansive Definition of 'Princess'

There should be options beyond tomboy (like Merida) and girly girl (like Cinderella).<p>Princesses are easy to hate. They don't save kingdoms. They don't fight dragons. They don't battle giants. They just dress up and look pretty and get saved and get married. They're passive and boring and so, …

The Social Construction of Race

Two more posts on the topic that are worth reading<p>Here are two more posts worth checking out. One is from Razib Khan, on the biological basis of race. The other is a follow-up from Andrew which engages (with much sincerity and seriousness) with the commenters here.<p>From Razib:<p>Ta-Nehisi has used an …

How Your Deepest Insecurities Reveal Your Greatest Gifts

In my decades of practice as a psychotherapist, this is the insight that has inspired me most:<p>Our deepest wounds surround our greatest gifts.<p>I've found that the very qualities we're most ashamed of, the ones we keep trying to reshape or hide, are in fact the key to finding real love. I call them …

10 Reasons Why You’re Lovable | Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement

<i>“Where there is love there is life.</i><i>”~</i> <b>Mahatma Gandhi</b> <i></i><p>Sometimes you may forget and believe you are not good enough.<p>You may not even realize it, but …