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Culinary Biographies of Six Surprising Women

Book review: What She Ate, by Laura Shapiro

Culinary historian and longtime Newsweek writer Laura Shapiro examines the lives of six very different women through the lens of their relationships to food, cooking, and culinary culture in this lively, readable group biography. 972 more words

Book Review

Eleanor Roosevelt says:

” We do not have
to become heroes overnight.
Just a step at a time,
meeting each thing
that comes up,
seeing it is not…
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History

Adventure ~ #FridayPhilosophy

Adventure, to me, is stretching beyond the familiar and exploring. Whether through travel, or trying new things here at home, both can be an adventure. So, today I wanted to focus on adventure and share some quotes with you all. 122 more words

New Normal

Positive Quote 19.07

With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts.

Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962)

Have a blessed day all. <3

Blog

MOTIVATION

Motivation – the heart of self improvement

Pain may sometimes be the reason why people change. Getting flunked grades make us realize that we need to study. 769 more words

Ayurveda

My Worth Is Not Defined By My Job Title (Or Degree)

Real-life events that have transpired this week:

1. I went to a professional networking event and had no title/organization to put on my name tag. I was suddenly hit with the realization that I couldn’t claim the safe-haven that is student status anymore. 733 more words

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Jaws

I’ve been following the demolition of the Boys Town farm in west Omaha.  One by one the cottages and support buildings on Gianelli Street meet their fate and crumble under the massive pressure of the giant back hoe’s powerful jaws. 97 more words

Photojournalism