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Annabel Monaghan is a lifestyle columnist whose work appears regularly in The Huffington Post, The Week, and The Rye Record. She is also the author of two novels for young adults: A Girl Named Digit(2012), and Double Digit (2014). She is also the co-author of Click! The Girls Guide to Knowing What You Want and Making it Happen (2007). Annabel lives in Rye, N.Y., with her husband and three sons. But, what you REALLY need to know is that Annabel has a special gift for finding the humor in just about any situation, like the

How to Raise and Adult: Break Free of the Overparenting Trap and Prepare Your Kid for Success By Stanford University Dean Julie Lythcott-Hain. Parents, you heard it here, this one’s a winner! In her easy to read style the author offers up anecdotes of parents touring graduate schools, serving as mouthpieces for their shy, passive children, and submitting résumés to potential employers, sometimes without their children’s knowledge. In her book Lythcott-Hain argues, “these behaviors do more than mold kids into dependent beings, they corral and constrict their possibilities and their imaginations. .

Hey Peeps! I’m baaaaaaaaaack with a totally fab, brand spankin’ new site filled with tons of great stuff to help you stay dialed in on just the things that matter to you – work, play, life, or just a little inspiration. You’ll find it here! So, why the change? Well, why not! Who doesn’t love to redecorate every once in a while? Of course there’s that and, I needed more space to give you more great stuff and my tumblr site just wasn’t the place to do it. But most

A Single Guy Quit His Job And Spent A Year Interviewing Couples In Love — This Is The Best Relationship Advice He Learned businessinsider: Nate Bagley gave a Reddit AMA on the best relationship advice he was given by couples around the U.S.  “One woman in Georgia gave some pretty amazing advice. She and and her husband have been married for over 60 years, and after being asked what her best relationship advice would be, she paused and said… ‘Don’t be afraid to be the one who loves the most.’”

  The E-Reading Software That’s Better Than Kindles or iBooks Want to read books on a screen? Up to now, two large companies would make that easy for you. Option #1: Apple’s iBooks system. Chipper and colorful, iBooks is easy to use if you own an iPhone or iPad. In its zeal to convince you that, yes,you are reading a book!, though, it can cartoonishly oversell the reading experience. (Case in point: Apple has patented its page-turning animation.) Option #2: Amazon’s Kindle devices. The retail giant has both its own line of gray, hardy

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