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InPRINT: Albert Camus and the Biggest Question of All

ColumnRead a book. Sustain your mind. I’m torn, often and about many things, including protests in the street. Make no mistake; I do support the movement(s) and those souls who hit the pavement (hello, Occupy) to make a newer and better world. I understand and have seen the power of […]

InPRINT: John Irving Is Angry—Again

ColumnRead a book, sustain your mind. John Irving is usually pissed off about something and more often than not this is a good thing. After all, there is much to be pissed off about. I’ve seen the author speak quite a few times, the first of which was in the […]

InPRINT: 10 Novels That Make You Want to Play Outside

ColumnRead a book. Sustain your mind. In yet another new chapter of “What’s Going on Upstairs,” it seems that scientists have had a virtual breakthrough in figuring out what fiction does to our brains. Recent studies show that reading about a made-up event can trigger the same neuro-bells and whistles […]

InPRINT: Albert Camus and the Biggest Question of All

ColumnRead a book. Sustain your mind. I’m torn, often and about many things, including protests in the street. Make no mistake; I do support the movement(s) and those souls who hit the pavement (hello, Occupy) to make a newer and better world. I understand and have seen the power of […]

InPRINT: Les Histoires de Paris & Two Novel Additions

ColumnRead a book. Sustain your mind. From a book lover’s perspective, Paris is a gift that keeps on giving. The city has played host to countless writers and their stories, from the Lost Generation of the 1920s, to post-War Existentialists, all the way through to the present day, as new […]

InPRINT: Les Histoires de Paris & Two Novel Additions

ColumnRead a book. Sustain your mind. From a book lover’s perspective, Paris is a gift that keeps on giving. The city has played host to countless writers and their stories, from the Lost Generation of the 1920s, to post-War Existentialists, all the way through to the present day, as new […]

InPRINT: Albert Camus and the Biggest Question of All

ColumnRead a book. Sustain your mind. I’m torn, often and about many things, including protests in the street. Make no mistake; I do support the movement(s) and those souls who hit the pavement (hello, Occupy) to make a newer and better world. I understand and have seen the power of […]

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Earth Day Fashion Guide: On Trend

Check out our Earth Day Fashion Guide, full of our trendy top picks from the environmentally conscious and active online shop EcoHabitude! Known as the ethical marketplace, EcoHabitude aims to create more transparency in the online green marketplace, and has created the EcoTag system that indicates which ethical and environmental […]

25 Awesome DIY Projects Made From Nature

Use nature to decorate your space with these gorgeous DIY projects. Spring is an amazing time of year to combine two of my favorite things–nature and DIY.  My husband and I like to take walks at the local nature reserve near our home. We also like to garden and spend […]

How to Not Sweat (or Stink) With Natural Deodorant

A healthy lifestyle, clean foods, nontoxic personal care products. These are all high on our list of must haves. Soaking wet pits are not. How to not sweat when making the switch to natural deodorants? You use organic cosmetics, nontoxic shampoo, natural body lotion. Have yet to make the change […]

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