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6 Ways to Ensure You're Never Hungry on Weight Watchers

• Popsugar<br>• Health & Fitness<br>• Weight Watchers<p>What to Do If You're Hungry on Weight Watchers<p>6 Ways to Ensure You're Never Hungry on Weight …

Fitness

It Was The Best Of Fries, It Was The Worst Of Fries: Charles Dickens, Food Scribe

It was February 1824, and Charles Dickens was hungry. With his father, John Dickens, jailed in the Marshalsea Prison over a debt of 40 pounds, 12-year-old Charles begrudgingly quit school to work at Warren's Blacking Factory in London. His family, who was forced to move into the prison with their …

Literature

What a 13-Year-Old Girl’s Death Teaches Us About ‘Voluntariness’ in Jainism

Aradhana Samdariya died because of a religious ritual that was forced upon her by the practices of an entire community.<p>It is not uncommon for a …

Literature

Do Schools Kill Learning?

Ten years ago, a talk by Sir Ken Robinson was published on TED. Having being viewed over 41 million times on TED alone, it has become one of the most …

Education

The Yellow Wallpaper: Plot Overview

The narrator begins her journal by marveling at the grandeur of the house and grounds her husband has taken for their summer vacation. She describes …

Why Are Women Sad?

Society is all too ready to link women's problems to madness.<p>A curious fact: In Spain, where I am from, two out of three prescriptions for psychopharmaceutical drugs (such as anti-anxiety medications and antidepressants) are written for women. In the US, a report found that more than one in four …

Howl by Allen Ginsberg

<b>I</b><p>I saw the best minds of my generation destroyed by madness, starving hysterical naked,<p>dragging themselves through the negro streets at dawn looking …

This Cookbook Is a Delicious Look at Artists' and Writers' Relationship to Food

What meals make you think of your childhood? What do you eat in times of celebration, or of grief? What ambitious culinary project devolved into an …

Recipes

Get Ready: What You Need to Know About the Internet of Things

<i>Written with A. Crosser</i><p>I was talking with my good friend Sheryl Sleeva last week and discussing that there will be a day in the not so distant future where your refrigerator will re-order food for you automatically. Out of Honest Tea and So Delicious dairy free ice cream? No worries, it arrives in …

Internet of Things

It’s Lit: Fall Looks Inspired by Classic Novels

Sup, bookworms! We’re back with our second installment of It’s Lit, and we’ve rounded up fab fall looks and the classic novels that inspired them. To clarify, these ensembles are inspired by the <i>covers</i> of books, rather than the stories themselves, because, let’s face it: Anna Karenina wears gowns …

Top 6 Apps and Websites for Literature Fans

<i>by Colleen White</i><p>Technology and literature can make strange bedfellows. In our world of limited leisure time, the rise of one can feel like it comes …

How to Find Prejudice Hidden in Our Words

Language can reveal our hidden beliefs and biases, such as the assumption that men are stronger at science than women, or blondes are less …

Psychology
Prince Charles

Poetry helps older writers surprise themselves

Why writers should take up running — and vice versa

I’m a writer who runs, and a runner who writes. Over the years, I’ve come to know hundreds of runners and a few writers, but not many others who do both. Turns out, there are plenty of us.<p>Running and writing are at once complementary and opposing activities. Running requires a high level of …

Creative Writing

Everything Is Interesting

Nicholson Baker has always been an outlier in American letters. Born in 1957, he is more or less contemporary with the celebrated literary generation …

Literary Lover’s Guide to Jackson

Creative culture is never in short supply in Mississippi. As the birthplace of renowned native fiction authors, including John Grisham, William …

Simply Faulkner | Phillip Weinstein

<i>We were approached by the fantastic publishers at Simply Charly to see if we wanted to review any go their intellectual and enticing biographical</i> …

Debut writer KJ Orr beats Hilary Mantel to short story prize

<b>Debut author KJ Orr has won the BBC national short story award for Disappearances, beating the likes of double Booker winner, Hilary Mantel.</b><p>The £15,000 prize was presented to London-born Orr by Woman's Hour's Dame Jenni Murray at a ceremony in London.<p>Author and judge Kei Miller described …

Books
The Tempest

Midnight in Karachi Returns with an Exclusive Interview with Margaret Atwood!

It’s been a couple of months of radio silence from my end, with some major life changes and relocations included but I’m pleased to report that …