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Sticking with Your New Year’s Resolution
Jan 14, 2015
There’s a mix of dread and excitement that comes with thinking of a New Year’s resolution. On one hand, you get 365 brand new...
Best Nonfiction Beach Reads: Books on Happiness, Style, Science, and Success
May 20, 2014
I say “beach read,” you say “fiction.” Beach read, romance. Beach read, mystery. Beach read, gay dystopian erotica. These are the genres that come...
How to Be More Creative? Ken Robinson and Others Show the Way
Feb 19, 2014
Whether you’re a job seeker looking to break into a creative industry, or an artist or writer encountering problems with your work, you’ve probably...
Revolutionize Your Resolution
Jan 2, 2014
Last year 22% of Americans abandoned their New Year's resolutions within a week of making them. Here at Zola we have faith in our...
New Year, Fresh Start
Jan 1, 2014
Aging as a Spiritual Practice: A Contemplative... Lewis Richmond 256 pages | 2012 "We’re all doing it, so why not learn to make aging meaningful instead of...
My Significant Other Gave Me This Book—What Does It Mean?
Dec 20, 2013
At Bookish, we've written about how reading certain books is great for attracting mates. Once they've paired off, new lovers often find that books also...
How to Deal With Annoying Relatives Over the Holidays
Nov 13, 2013
The holidays are a time of togetherness but, for those of us who have annoying relatives, that’s not always a good thing. No matter...
10 Books to Read Before You Die from Before I Die Artist Candy Chang
Nov 6, 2013
In 2011, New Orleans-based artist Candy Chang took to the wall of an abandoned building in her neighborhood to launch a public art project...
What I’m Reading: Clinton Kelly’s ‘Freakin’ Fabulous On a Budget’
Oct 18, 2013
I have been a financially independent adult for approximately two and a half years, but, when it comes to cooking, cleaning, decorating and all...
Oct 11, 2013
Machete Kills hits theaters today with Lady Gaga starring as villainess La Camaleón. While she’s usually more meat-dress than machete, her loyal Little Monsters...
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