SEE IT: A Love Story Discovered in the Galápagos IslandsThis original essay by novelist Angie Hockman coincides with the release of her new rom-com, “Shipped,” out now from Simon & Schuster (a ViacomCBS Company).
Philip Moeller Shares How The Coronavirus Exposed US HealthcareIt is no exaggeration to say that health care has never occupied such a central place in our minds. COVID-19 is taking record numbers of lives in the U.S. even as remarkable progress is being achieved on promising vaccines that could provide herd immunity, assuming enough people take them.
‘The Unofficial Disney Parks Cookbook’ Recipe: How To Make A Dole Whip At HomeDole Whip is arguably the number one cult-classic favorite treat of all time at Disney Parks.
Pope Francis Offers Guidance For A Better Future In New Book: 'Let Us Dream'The following excerpt from “Let Us Dream” (available now) features reflections from Pope Francis on the toll the pandemic has taken on the elderly and ways we can all better serve these beloved members of our families and communities.
Simon & Schuster Invites Readers To Support The Toys For Tots Literacy ProgramIn a year where access to school and public libraries has been limited by the pandemic, ensuring that children have plenty to read—for education and for entertainment—is more important than ever.
Have 15 Minutes? Try This Quick, Delicious Recipe for Shrimp QuesadillasWho wouldn’t like to make fewer trips to the grocery store, while saving money and creating less food waste? The key could be to cook with more ingredients straight from your freezer.
Budget-Friendly Penny Saver Peanut Butter Pie Recipe From The ‘Dirty, Lazy, Keto Dirt Cheap Cookbook’Coming in at only 10g net carbs per serving and with ingredients that cost less than $10 total, this recipe for Penny Saver Peanut Butter Pie will fit into your diet plan and budget.
12 Books Worth Staying Home To Read This FallGiven that we’ve already spent much more time at home than we ever expected to this year, the idea of hunkering down for winter doesn’t have the appeal it normally does.
Opting Out Of The Media Mind Game, An Excerpt From The NY Times Best-Seller 'Think Like A Monk' By Jay ShettyWe are all searching for ways to reduce stress and find peace, especially in a year as challenging as this one. Few people understand how to do that quite like Jay Shetty.
7 Thrilling And Chilling Horror Novels Based On True Stories History is made up of facts, but there’s invariably also gaps in its narrative. Even the most well-documented events leave questions behind.
How To Plan ‘Your Next Five Moves’ For Success At Work When you consider it, chess and business have a lot in common. In both, you need to think several moves ahead if you want to come out on top, whether that means winning a high-stakes game or snagging that long-anticipated promotion.
Back To School Recipe: Easy-To-Make Spicy Tofu Ramen For Dorm Room Cooking! Healthy eating is essential in college to set yourself up for a successful, happy lifestyle, but it’s often one of the first habits to fall by the wayside as the semester ramps up.
READ: Excerpt From 'Relentless Pursuit' On Jeffrey Epstein And Ghislaine MaxwellVictims’ rights attorney Bradley J. Edwards has been working to bring Jeffrey Epstein and his accomplices to justice since 2008, when a young woman told him the shocking story of how, at 14 years old, she had been sexually coerced by a rich older man.
Inside ‘The TB12 Method’: Tom Brady’s Tips For Staying HydratedWhere hydration is concerned, balance and pacing are important. As usual, don’t do everything at once. Work toward proper hydration step by step, line by line, precept by precept.
Can Gardening Relieve Burnout? Read An Excerpt From ‘The Well-Gardened Mind’ Rising job insecurity and competitive cultures of overwork have led to a dramatic increase in workplace-based stress over the last couple of decades.