10 Quick Beauty Tips for Girls Who Don't Care about Hair and Makeup
Not everyone is into mastering the cat-eye flick or achieving the perfect beach waves. We’re all different and while 20 different
Washington Gardener Magazine March 2017
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Totally Unexpected Tips for Boosting Barbecue Flavor
Trust us: put wood chips in the marinade.
Stand Tall: 10 Must-Read Books For The Bullied Child
At one point or another, you've probably encountered a bully. As an adult it happens less often, but school years can be brutal, leaving kids with painful emotional scars, if…
Do Not Worry
For Sunday, February 26, 2017, 8th Sunday of Ordinary Time Isaiah 49:14-151 Corinthians 4:1-5 Matthew 6:24-34 Jesus tells us not to worry or be anxious at least four times in today’s Gospel. I don’t know about you but I find these words easier said than done. When deadlines loom or money seems short or I... Read more »
Farmers are Capitalizing on Carbon Sequestration: How Much is Your Carbon-Rich Soil Worth?
As the planet heats up, the economic rewards of storing carbon in the soil are beginning to take shape.
Case study of one author's Amazon ranks
British indie author Jane Steen examines the impact of Amazon's imprints on the categories targeted by her self-published novels and learns interesting lessons
A Wednesday Small Thing: Snappy Dresser
If you're feeling overwhelmed with the clutter of life and don't know where to even begin to dig out, have no fear. I will give you the perfect place to start. Read on: An older...
How Brian Selznick Created a Delightful Book Trailer for ‘The Marvels’ (Exclusive Video)
The author made a miniature theater, a tiny paper ship and a little dragon with a bendable spine and bright red tongue, to bring his story to life.
CNLP 049: Stop the Hate: How Christians Can Get Along When They Disagree. An Interview with Scott...
It seems Christian dialogue these days is characterized by a intolerance, misunderstanding and hatred. How do you love people you disagree with? How do you keep your cool when you have strong feelings? And what is our intolerance of each other doing to the mission of the church? Pastor and author Scott Sauls discusses how…