elizabeth gilbert

"I would tell you to rest in peace, but I know that you always found peace boring. May you rest in excitement."
Some of Oprah's most successful guests share what they wish they'd known in their youth.
The author's partner has been diagnosed with pancreatic and liver cancer.
Her life was in shambles, and her knee hurt like hell. Did one pain have something to do with the other? Oh, yes, indeed.
Always be kind to others—starting with the person you'll be tomorrow.
How to be the real you? Teach your various sides to live harmoniously.
I have not arrived. But I'd like to, preferably before my carpal tunnel gets worse or too many potential readers leave the
Anthropologist Robin Dunbar says that that number of people with whom we can maintain stable, ongoing interaction is approximately 150. That's it. Beyond that point, most of us lose our ability to relate in a meaningful way.
In some families, nobody's happy unless everyone stays in their place. Forever. Elizabeth Gilbert explains why they feel threatened, and how to break free.
How little did I know those innocuous balls of knitting yarn tucked away in my under-the-stairs closet could also literally knock terror into my soul? It started off innocuously enough.
We can see the world as grim or grand. It's up to each of us to decide.