Why Is Haute Couture and Reading Books a Good Combination?
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Why Is Haute Couture and Reading Books a Good Combination?

In modern society, it’s of great importance for people what attitude they evoke in the people around them. How interesting, beautiful and useful you are to society determines your popularity. This, in turn, helps you achieve success in your personal and professional life. You can find thousands of proofs of this on the Internet.  There…

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Must-Read Books for Geography Buffs
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Must-Read Books for Geography Buffs

Explore The World From The Comfort Of Your Home Geography is a fascinating and incredibly important subject. Not only does it teach us about different areas of the world we live in, but it helps us understand our own place within it. This article will explore a few of the best books to check out…

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Literary Classics That Will Improve Your English and Your Mood
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Literary Classics That Will Improve Your English and Your Mood

Those who have ever learned foreign languages say that reading books is one of the best ways to comprehend the new language. Not everyone loves that, as some teachers prefer Maugham, Galsworthy, or Fitzgerald, the English and American literary classics that might seem a bit boring or too complicated for the modern students. We offer…

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25 novels and biographies about World War II

2013 was marked by an obsession with young adult dystopian novels, and last year was the year of escapism (and also the year I discovered that not all contemporary fiction is as cheesy as most of the contemporary Christian fiction I read in my early 20s...but that's a post for another day). While I have several…

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Best Books for The Home Library
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Best Books for The Home Library

There’s no doubt that we live in a divided world. We often feel separate from those around us—national borders, cultural divides, racial inequality, age, and gender can make us cling to what we know and shun what we don’t understand. However, there is one thing that’s universal and timeless: storytelling. Stories bridge the gap between us…

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Weekend reading: March 11, 2017

After weeks of struggling with my energy level during the day, it felt good to get back into our regular routine this week. I prioritized hydration, and it seems like that may have played a big role in my "bounce back." Unfortunately, despite the new energy, I hit my first reading slump of the year.…

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Weekend reading: March 4, 2017

This week I took off work so that Sean could finish out some projects before we list our house next month. I started out with a big list of my own projects that I wanted to get done but quickly realized that I wasn't going to get even a fraction of them done. Instead I went…

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The Books that Kept Me Reading in February

I'm almost afraid to say it aloud, but as we kick off the third month 0f 2017, and I'm still reading like crazy. After last year's struggle to fit in reading time, it feels so good to be reading a ton once again! Thes books kept my interest as I was reading in February The…

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Weekend reading: February 25, 2017

From Instagram: Ahhh! I'm obsessed! Internet, meet Owen. Owen, meet the internet. Over the weekend our second daughter asked for a hedgehog for her 11th birthday (well, actually, she asked for a fish...and somehow that turned into a hedgehog). In a typical Ehman move, we spent the evening researching as a family and found a local…

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Weekend reading: February 4, 2017

From Instagram: Team meeting with our sidekicks. {So thankful to be part of a company that values family and makes this possible!} This week we started potty training Jack. I would love to be one of those moms who potty trains at 18 months or, even better, does elimination communication from the start, but I recognize…

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