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18 insightful books, podcasts, and online resources that helped us manage our mental health while quarantining

Amazon; Coursera; Dear Therapist Podcast; Alyssa Powell/Insider The COVID-19 pandemic has created new mental health challenges and changed how we cope with them.I asked my colleagues to share the things that have helped them manage their mental health throughout quarantine. You can find 18 of them below.Read more: Sign up for Insider Reviews' weekly newsletter for more buying advice and great deals.Whether you're an essential worker, a parent juggling full-time work with caregiving respon...
Tags: Amazon, Hollywood, Shonda Rhimes, Instagram, Minnesota, Microsoft, Etsy, Zen, Cheryl Strayed, Virginia, Trends, Harvard, Atlantic, Italy, Taylor, Santos


George Saunders says writing new book was ‘like a spa day for my mind’

George Saunders remembers walking out of his classroom one day and realizing that all the work, all the “beautiful moments” he’d shared with his students over the past 20 years, might just disappear. Saunders’ latest book, the nonfiction guide to life and writing, “A Swim in a Pond in the Rain,” published on Jan. 12, represents his two decades of classroom experience as a creative writing professor at Syracuse University. “I think that was both the motivation to write the book and one of the ben...
Tags: Asia, Books, Hollywood, Instagram, Cheryl Strayed, California, La, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Dolly Parton, Hemingway, Southern California, Santa Cruz, Ryan Gattis, George Saunders


21 of our favorite books to give as gifts, from a bestselling cookbook to must-read memoirs

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Amazon; Target; Crystal Cox/Gilbert Espinoza/Business Insider Books (and book subscriptions) are some of the most crowd-pleasing gifts you can buy for people.While relatively inexpensive, books can feel really thoughtful - especially if you really know someone's literary taste.Below, we've listed 21 of the best books you can give as gifts - from instructional bibles like "I Will Teach You to be Ri...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Instagram, Cheryl Strayed, Berlin, Trends, Walmart, United States, Joan Didion, Cinderella, Dublin, Hilary Mantel, ANN, Oprah, Duke, Wolf Hall


11 Sex- und Beziehungspodcasts, die du lieben wirst

Ich muss zugeben, ich bin schon ein klitzekleines bisschen voyeuristisch veranlagt. Rom-Coms à la Harry und Sally sind meine Droge der Wahl. Ich könnte stundenlang Hochzeitsvideos auf YouTube anschauen. Sag ja! hab ich in einer Nacht weggebingt. Wenn ich IRL ein Paar sehe, dass mitten im Park wie wild herumknutscht, reagiere ich nicht wie die meisten Leute mit einem Augenrollen, sondern mit einem Awww!. Dass ich ein absoluter Fan von Sex- und Beziehungspodcasts bin, dürfte dich also nicht ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Cheryl Strayed, Molly, Jake Gyllenhaal, New York Times, Sally, Marie, Uhr, Wie, Juli, Buch, Personen, Schnitt, Freundschaften, Frau bei


VIDEO: Watch TINY BEAUTIFUL THINGS on STARS IN THE HOUSE- Live at 2pm!

Stars in the House continues today 2pm with Plays In The HouseTINY BEAUTIFUL THINGSBased on the book by Cheryl Strayed and tonight 8pm for Sally Rudetsky birthday celebration with Christine Ebersole, Norm Lewis and Brian Stokes Mitchell. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Cheryl Strayed, Theatre, House, Brian Stokes Mitchell, BWW News Desk, Sally Rudetsky, Christine Ebersole Norm Lewis


‘You Don’t Take Dictation. You Find the Truth.’

Cheryl Strayed chats with the writer Amy Tan about family and the long arc of resilience.
Tags: Hope, News, Cheryl Strayed, Amy, Cheryl, Tan, Amy Tan, Books and Literature, Writing and Writers, Quarantines, Grief (Emotion, Strayed, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


Joyful Participation in a World of Sorrows

Cheryl Strayed calls the writer Pico Iyer to talk about forest fires, the Dalai Lama and losing what you love.
Tags: News, Podcasts, Cheryl Strayed, Dalai Lama, Cheryl, Pico Iyer, Pico, Iyer, Books and Literature, Quarantines, Strayed, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


5 Hiker-Friendly Movies for Outdoor Lovers

I tried upping my street cred (okay, hiking cred) recently while having pints with a group of fellow hikers. Emboldened by a pint (or two) of IPA, I claimed out aloud: “You know, you could say that I’ve hiked with Robert Redford and Martin Sheen.” The deafening silence was quickly followed by an outburst of derisive laughter that basically suggested: “Dream on, dude!” While I haven’t actually hiked with either of these stars—I have shared the same hiking trails, albeit at different times. Robert...
Tags: Travel, Apple, Google, Amazon, Cheryl Strayed, Reese Witherspoon, California, Washington, Mexico, France, Oregon, Scotland, America, Spain, Canada, United States


‘Roll Up Your Sleeves, Girls’

Cheryl Strayed calls the writer Margaret Atwood to chat about hard times, pansies and eight decades of getting it done.
Tags: News, Cheryl Strayed, Margaret Atwood, Cheryl, Margaret, Atwood, Books and Literature, Quarantines, Strayed, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


‘Everything Is Always Keep Changing’

Cheryl Strayed calls the author George Saunders to chat through the uncertainties of this moment.
Tags: News, Cheryl Strayed, Cheryl, George, George Saunders, Saunders, Books and Literature, Writing and Writers, Quarantines, Strayed, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


‘Everything is Always Keep Changing’

Cheryl Strayed calls the author George Saunders to chat through the uncertainties of this moment.
Tags: News, Cheryl Strayed, Cheryl, George, George Saunders, Saunders, Books and Literature, Writing and Writers, Quarantines, Strayed, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


21 Epigrams Every Man Should Live By

With our archives now 3,500+ articles deep, we’ve decided to republish a classic piece each Friday to help our newer readers discover some of the best, evergreen gems from the past. This article was originally published in January 2018. Editor’s note: This is a guest article from Ryan Holiday.  As long as man has been alive, he has been collecting little sayings about how to live. We find them carved in the rock of the Temple of Apollo and etched as graffiti on the walls of Pompeii. They appear...
Tags: Facebook, Florida, Cheryl Strayed, Life, China, Russia, America, Rome, David, Harvard, Winston Churchill, Oxford, Kansas, Warren Buffett, Jesus, Napoleon Bonaparte


"at your library" in the north island eagle: let your reading take you someplace new – part 2

Is your reading stuck in a rut? Do you read the same authors all the time? Do you ever search for something new (to you) and different to read? I’m suggesting a little reading challenge for readers of this column: this year, read three books that take you out of your comfort zone. In my last column, I was singing the praises of graphic novels – books for adults that look like comic books. Graphic novels bring a whole other dimension to reading by using images to convey plot and emotions.Another ...
Tags: Travel, Bruce Springsteen, Cheryl Strayed, Los Angeles, Willie Nelson, Jon Krakauer, Central Library, Chris McCandless, What I'm Reading, Laura K, Susan Orlean, My Writing, Erik Larsen, Orlean, At Your Library" Column


Motherless Daughters of Strained Relationships Grieve Differently 

“I didn’t get to grow up and pull away from her and bitch about her with my friends and confront her about the things I’d wished she’d done differently and then get older and understand that she had done the best she could and realize that what she had done was pretty damn good and take her fully back into my arms again. Her death had obliterated that. It had obliterated me. It had cut me short at the very height of my youthful arrogance. It had forced me to instantly grow up and forgive her ev...
Tags: Psychology, Grief, Family, Cheryl Strayed, Daughters, Grieving, Grief And Loss, Pacific Crest, Cheryl Strayed Wild, Motherless


Shorties (Cheryl Strayed on Books & Reading, The Best Emo Songs of All Time, and more)

Cheryl Strayed talked books and reading with the New York Times. Vulture listed the best emo songs of all time. February's best eBook deals. eBook on sale for $2.99 today: The Current by Tim Johnston Rolling Stone shared an oral history of Black Sabbath's eponymous debut album, released 50 years ago. Samantha Hunt talked to the Atlantic about her story in the magazine's March issue. I love to think about precision of language. I grew up with a fantastic bunch of poets by my sid...
Tags: Music, Cheryl Strayed, David, Atlantic, New York Times, James Bond, Nick Hornby, Samantha Hunt, Atomic Books Comics Preview, Newsweek, Billie Eilish, John Ross, Jenny Odell, Tobias Wolff, Laura Veirs, Steph Post


Indie Spotlight: Jennifer Spiegel

Welcome to our Indie Spotlight series. In which TNBBC gives small press authors the floor to shed some light on their writing process, publishing experiences, or whatever else they'd like to share with you, the readers!Today, we have a returning guest, and dear author friend of TNBBC, Jennifer Spiegel. Her latest book, , released just this past January. Here's what the Goodreads page claims: The book is 100% narrative nonfiction and 0% self-help. It was actually written for the author’s childr...
Tags: Books, Cheryl Strayed, Tig Notaro, France, America, Chicago, Netflix, Nelson Mandela, Arizona, Johnson, Oj Simpson, Epcot, Adam Johnson, Elena Ferrante, Cbgb, East Village


The ‘How To Get Sh*t Done’ Weekend Seminar!

You're reading The ‘How To Get Sh*t Done’ Weekend Seminar!, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. I am so thrilled to invite you to my first How To Get Sh*T Done: A Modern Look at Feminine Productivity Seminar at the prestigious 1440 Multiversity! (Past hosts include Elizabeth Gilbert and Cheryl Strayed!) This is a weekend program Feb 21-Feb23, 2020 in the stunning Santa Cruz Cou...
Tags: Psychology, Motivation, Featured, Cheryl Strayed, Success, Confidence, Lifehacks, Self Improvement, Self Confidence, Retreat, Elizabeth Gilbert, Santa Cruz County, Seminar, Erin's Things, Erin Falconer, How To Get Shit Done


Ethan Anderton’s Top 10 Movies of the Decade

(This article is part of our Best of the Decade series.) The 2010s will mark the decade when cinema as we know it started changing drastically. The movies themselves aren’t really changing, but the manner in which we get to see them is in the middle of a drastic overhaul. In some ways, it’s easier than ever to watch a movie. But along with that, it’s also gotten harder for movies to find their audience, let alone get made. Even so, the 2010s were full of movies that will stick with us for years...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Hbo, Christopher Nolan, Hollywood, Movies, Cheryl Strayed, Wild, Reese Witherspoon, Aaron Sorkin, America, Features, World, New Zealand, Leonardo Dicaprio, The Social Network


The 100 Best Movies of the Decade [Part One]

(Welcome to /Film’s countdown of The 100 Best Movies of the Decade, examining the absolute best movies that were released between 2010 and 2019. This is part one of a five-part series and part of our Best of the Decade series.) Last week, the /Film team sat down for an extended two-part podcast to narrow down the 100 best films of the past decade. When the dust settled, we were left with a family of movies that could not be more different: action films and intimate dramas and horror flicks and ...
Tags: Movies, Cheryl Strayed, Reese Witherspoon, Abc, Disney, Los Angeles, Features, Ethan Hawke, Korea, New Zealand, Johannes Vermeer, Richard Curtis, Rachel Mcadams, Hitler, Bill Nighy, Kristen Stewart


The Girl’s Guide to Hiking Solo

Posted: 12/5/2019 | December 5th, 2019 Kristin Addis from Be My Travel Muse writes our regular column on solo female travel. It’s an important topic I can’t adequately cover, so I brought in an expert to share her advice for other women travelers to help cover the topics important and specific to them! In this post, she dives into hiking solo! I’ll always remember the way that the sun came up over Kawah Ijen volcano on Java, in Indonesia, illuminating the green lake in front of me. Smoke rose i...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, Cheryl Strayed, Indonesia, California, Hiking, US, Nepal, Alaska, Antarctica, Belgium, Patagonia, Peru, Java, Iceland, Kathmandu


7 recommended books about nature, the environment and unexpected encounters with nudists

Wildfires. Rising sea levels. Melting permafrost. Maybe it’s the serious challenges we face that are fueling the recent surge of compelling nonfiction about nature, animals and the environment. Some of the best books published this year were on environmental topics, such as Robert MacFarlane’s brilliant “Underland,” and they offered reminders that — despite our mental relocation into cyberspace and social media — there is still a real world, and we still live in it. Cheryl Strayed’s “Wild” and H...
Tags: Utah, Books, England, Cheryl Strayed, Russia, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Williams, Francis, Arctic Circle, Beringia, Hawk, Jamie, Bering Strait, Winn


Random House Names a New Publisher and Hires a Top Editor From Knopf

Andy Ward succeeds Susan Kamil, who died in September, and will be replaced in his previous role by Robin Desser, who edited Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Cheryl Strayed at Knopf.
Tags: News, Cheryl Strayed, Penguin Random House, Random House, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Co, Henry, Holt, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, Andy Ward, Flatiron Books, Books and Literature, Book Trade and Publishing, Writing and Writers, Susan Kamil, Ecco Press


Open Mike: Great Armchair Adventure Books

["Open Mike" is the anything-goes, often off-topic Editorial Page of TOP. It appears on Wednesdays. Sorry this took so long to complete! While writing it I went down rabbit-holes as never before. Kind of amazed I made it back. —Ed.] - Apropos the recent "Overtourism" post, here are some smashingly good books that will allow you to go on great adventures without leaving the warmth of your own cozy hearth: Joe Simpson, Touching the Void (2004). In some ways I'm sorry this was made into a movie,...
Tags: Books, Photography, UK, England, Mississippi, Cheryl Strayed, California, Oregon, Nasa, United States, New York Times, New Orleans, Marlon Brando, Essex, Dc, Bill


5 Ways You Can Expect to be Changed by Solo Female Travel

Traveling alone was never my intention. In fact, up until a few years ago, I would have considered myself quite the opposite of a “strong independent woman.” But after making concrete plans to travel with a partner two separate times only to have them back out at the last minute, I realized that I wanted to travel the world, I needed to see what was out there, and no one was going to stop me. I discovered that I’m much stronger, braver, and more adventurous than I had ever given myself credit fo...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Featured, Cheryl Strayed, Prague, South America, Queenstown, Solo Female Travel, Cheryl, Krakow, Queenstown New Zealand


‘Tiny Beautiful Things’ review: Cheryl Strayed’s advice columns come to compassionate life at Seattle Rep

Nia Vardalos' stage adaptation of Cheryl Strayed's collection of advice columns transcends its limitations to become a celebration of the big picture, as well as “the ordinary miraculous” — the “tiny beautiful things” that can come out of nowhere, to make life livable.
Tags: News, Entertainment, Cheryl Strayed, Theater, Seattle, Nia Vardalos


The 1 Nail Art Trend You Have to Try This Summer Is SO Easy to Do

Not all nail art can evoke that warm, breezy feeling you'd get from sailing along the Amalfi Coast, Aperol Spritz in hand - otherwise, employers would probably throw salon appointments into its benefits packages instead of PTO. Then again, you've yet to meet the easiest nail art trend of the Summer: the geometric sun design. "This design is a new take on geometric nails, which traditionally have straighter lines," said Hannah Roxit, celebrity manicurist and Sally Hansen ambassador. "It is eye-ca...
Tags: Cheryl Strayed, Beauty, Nail Art, Nail Polish, Sally Hansen, Nail Trends, Beauty Trends, Summer Beauty, Best of 2019, Roxit, Amalfi Coast Aperol Spritz, Hannah Roxit


How To Manage Your Period On Vacation: The Complete Guide

If you’ve ever read a teen magazine, you’ve probably read a hilarious story about an unexpected period. From leaking through your white dress in front of your crush to making your date’s bedroom look like a murder scene after period sex, periods can seriously mess up your plans (though they usually make for a good story later on). Menstruation is normal and nothing to be ashamed about — pretty much everyone who gets periods has had to tie a sweater around their waist to hide a bloodstain at lea...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Cheryl Strayed, Ball, Bell, Pacific Crest Trail, Ashley Armitage, Jen Bell, Magic Of Preggie


‘Tiny Beautiful Things’ at the Pasadena Playhouse is a beautiful thing

The idea of turning a modern-day advice column into a play may seem an odd one, but this column was not the standard. Cheryl Strayed’s stint as the online “Dear Sugar” blended empathy and hard-learned wisdom with a non-authoritarian approach which led to a significant following. When she turned some of the more powerful of the interactions with those who reached out to her for help, the resulting book proved equally powerful. Now the play adapted from the book of the same title, “Tiny Beautiful ...
Tags: Cheryl Strayed, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Theater, Pasadena, Southern California, Pasadena Playhouse, Geffen, Nia Vardalos, Rachel Hauck, Vardalos, Sameerah Luqmaan Harris, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories WDN


Nia Vardalos Brings the Tears and Laughter of ‘Tiny Beautiful Things’ to Los Angeles

You may have heard of stage actors holding for laughs — when they have to wait to continue their lines because an audience is laughing so loud. But holding for tears? It’s happened, and with some regularity, in the time Nia Vardalos has been performing “Tiny Beautiful Things.” It’s not uncommon to hear sniffling or […]
Tags: News, Cheryl Strayed, Los Angeles, Features, Nia Vardalos, Tiny Beautiful Things


12 theater productions to see in Southern California this week (April 5-11)

LOS ANGELES COUNTY ‘Madama Butterfly’ Pacific Opera Project presents the Puccini opera with a new libretto by Eiki Isomura, artistic director of Opera in the Heights, and Josh Shaw, artistic director of POP, with all Japanese roles sung in Japanese and by Japanese-Americans and all American roles sung in English. When: Opens 7 p.m. April 6. Show runs 7 p.m. April 13; 2 p.m. April 14. Where: Aratani Theatre, 244 San Pedro St., Los Angeles. Tickets: $25-$75. Information: 213-680-3700; www.pacifico...
Tags: London, Cheryl Strayed, Los Angeles, Sport, Pop, Soccer, Arkansas, Woody Allen, Shakespeare, Sam, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Agatha Christie, Humphrey Bogart, South Coast, Southern California, San Bernardino