Lindsay Schlegel is a writer and editor with experience in all aspects of book publishing, as well as the author of Don't Forget to Say Thank You: And Other Parenting Lessons That Brought Me Closer to God. She runs, knits, and reads in her native New Jersey, where she lives with her husband and their four children.
Instead of filling their space, fill their hearts with a memory.
Don’t let your healthy routines take a vacation this holiday season.
If you’re having trouble getting off the Pill, you’re not alone.
Remember: The interview is a two-way street.
Make the most of screen time by actually being social.
It doesn’t have to mean “bulking up.”
Ready, set . . . go be awesome.
Is the ‘drumstick tree’ really as miraculous as it sounds?
Face unafraid the plans that you’ve made. Check, check, and check!
This simple hack is all you need to have your healthiest year yet.
Bring back these four old-school ways of keeping the true spirit of Christmas alive.
What psychologists call ‘cellular memory’ reminds me of what we don’t have—and what we do.
We set out to find whether there’s any version of our favorite comfort food that’s good for us.
Find relief from the emotional roller coaster of your cycle.
Over the holidays the struggles were real, but the joys were abundant.
I was nervous to watch this episode, but I’m so glad I did.
Winter might be the best time for you to fortify your immunity!
Tips for how to call the midwife
One drug can have many contradictory uses.
Because pumpkins are great, but you can’t eat them all the time
The best thing for your future is making yourself feel at home now.
From sea to shining sea