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Book Review: The Rose Code by Kate Quinn
Book Reviews

Book Review: The Rose Code by Kate Quinn

The year is 1939, and three girls who would’ve never met one another normally become friends at Bletchley Park, where Great Britain’s top minds work to decipher secret codes that will help the Allies to win the war.
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Book Reviews

Book Review: The Slow Regard of Silent Things by Patrick Rothfuss

When you first open the pages of Rothfuss’s novella The Slow Regard of Silent Things, there is a warning: “You...
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Finding What’s Already There
Wonders

Finding What’s Already There

I want to tell you about what’s there, if you look.
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The Humble Hanky
DIY Little Acts Sustainability

The Humble Hanky

It’s easy to believe we don’t have much say in the way big companies operate. Yet, if enough people take little actions, collectively we can change business as usual.
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Designed By Nature: A Sustainable Home
Big Ideas Sustainability

Designed By Nature: A Sustainable Home

Throughout human history, we’ve used biomimicry as a means to an end—to modify nature to use the planet for human needs. But more and more, we’re learning that acting as though we are apart from nature has led to some pretty dire circumstances.
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