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  • Books for Mom: 9 Passion-Perfect Ideas for Mother’s Day

    Apr 29, 2015 • Textbooks.com • College LifeRead More »
    Books for Mom: 9 Passion-Perfect Ideas for Mother’s Day

    Need Mother's Day gift ideas? From mysteries and Pulitzer winners to cookbooks and memoirs, we’ve rounded 9 passion-perfect books for mom...

  • Happy Shakespeare Day! 9 Words You Can Thank the Bard For

    Apr 23, 2015 • Textbooks.com • College LifeRead More »
    Happy Shakespeare Day! 9 Words You Can Thank the Bard For

    Moonbeam, bandit, tranquil, lackluster, and more than 1,700 others – all care of the Bard. And today being Shakespeare Day, the celebration of his birthday (and also the day he died, for the trivial pursuers in the crowd), we rounded up a few more of our favorite bon mots!...

  • 7 Easy Ways to Go Green for Earth Day

    Apr 20, 2015 • Textbooks.com • College LifeRead More »
    7 Easy Ways to Go Green for Earth Day

    Up your green quotient for Earth Day with these 7 eco-friendly pledges...

  • 9 Page-Turning Books to Read On Vacation

    Mar 12, 2015 • Textbooks.com • College LifeRead More »
    9 Page-Turning Books to Read On Vacation

    Whether you’re off to sit on the beach this week, cozy up in the ski lodge, or just to hang out with Fido and the ‘rents, you’re going to need some book recommendations for your spring break reading list. Herein, our roundup of books to read on vacation - from breezy beach books and just-released thrillers to young-adult favorites and best-selling books you might’ve missed over the last few months...

  • Veg Out: The Case for Meatless Monday

    Mar 6, 2015 • Textbooks.com • College LifeRead More »
    Veg Out: The Case for Meatless Monday

    Your health, the environment, animal welfare, your wallet – there are more than a few good reasons to mix vegetarian recipes into cooking rotation. Meatless Monday is the perfect place to start, says dietician Emily Kelley-Brown...

  • 6 Last-Minute Spring Break Ideas

    Mar 5, 2015 • Textbooks.com • College LifeRead More »
    6 Last-Minute Spring Break Ideas

    Whether you want sand in your toes, skis under foot, or wind in your hair, there’s a last-minute spring break idea out there for you. ...

  • True Romance: Dating Advice from a Millenial Matchmaker

    Feb 9, 2015 • Textbooks.com • College LifeRead More »
    True Romance: Dating Advice from a Millenial Matchmaker

    Dating is hard. It can be awkward and frustrating and anxiety-inducing. It doesn’t have to be says dating expert Nancy Slotnick. As the founder of MatchmakerCafe.com, the NYC dating coach has matched, connected, and coupled thousands of people. We caught up with the dating coach for some pointers on being more assertive, reading between the email lines, and creating your online dating profile. ...

  • Young Adult Books: They’re Not Just for Young Adults

    Feb 4, 2015 • Textbooks.com • College LifeRead More »
    Young Adult Books: They’re Not Just for Young Adults

    We picked some of our favorites young adult books – perfect for downtime Sunday reading, a feel-good pick me up, maybe even a life lesson or two. ...

  • Floor It: 8 Easy Pilates Moves You Can Do Anywhere

    Jan 28, 2015 • Textbooks.com • College LifeRead More »
    Floor It: 8 Easy Pilates Moves You Can Do Anywhere

    Looking for a new workout to keep up with your fitness resolution? Or maybe you’re nearly a pro on the mat and want a quick on-the-go workout? We connected with Kathleen Dickey, a Boston-based fitness trainer and Pilates instructor specializing in the STOTT method, to design an easy at-home or dorm workout routine. ...

  • 14 Books Every Law Student Should Read

    Jan 22, 2015 • Textbooks.com • College LifeRead More »
    14 Books Every Law Student Should Read

    The LSAT review books are behind you and your tattered copy of “Black’s Law Dictionary” never leaves your side. So what other books should be on your law school shelf? Whether it’s a deep dive look at landmark Supreme Court decisions, a downtime novel, or just some comic relief, we’ve rounded up 14 books every law student should read...