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Trouble finding inspiration on what to read or a book to pick for your next virtual book club? We’ve rounded up the most recent and relevant 5 reading lists of different genres and topics!

  1. Goodreads: A New Season of Reading: The Hot Books of Summer
  2. The Everygirl: 30 Books That Should Be on Your Summer Reading List
  3. Oprah Magazine: 29 of the Best Beach Reads of Summer 2020
  4. Discover Magazine: The Science Books We’re Reading in Fall 2020
  5. Literary Hub: The Ultimate Summer 2020 Reading List
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With the Summer coming to an end and back-to-school season in full swing, many of us are still working from home, re-inventing our retail or other brick-and-mortar businesses, and trying to find new sources of revenue in a tough economy. Now, more than ever, we must

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From the Olympics to directing and writing compelling stories and her most recent film, A Most Beautiful Thing, Mary Mazzio describes her mission to provide underrepresented voices a platform to tell their stories.  What attracted you to filmmaking?  " Throughout training camp for the Olympics, I would

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 Founded in 2014 by husband and wife duo, Kelly and Jesse Perry, Team Floral provides hands-on floral arrangement workshops for anyone who wants to try a stress-free and creative activity. Kelly’s design work has been featured in Brides, Martha Stuart weddings, and more. Jesse’s love for floral

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Stems, a luxury sock and legwear brand that won’t break the bank, gives consumers Italian quality. Founded by Nandita Sekhar and Rochelle Sara Gan, the Stems collection features silk blends in saturated hues that amplifies the loungewear game, from ZOOM meetings to Netflix binging.  In the

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Live Human interaction is selective these days, but that doesn’t mean we should be glued to our screens 24/7. Our most recent Happy Tech post, How to Bust the Quarantine 15 describes how to bring fitness into your home using AI technology, but what about

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The pandemic, working-from-home, and political/racial tension can lead to stress. Invisible Culture, founded by Katherine King, is a consulting firm that focuses on teaching businesses to develop skills that help them flourish in evolving work environments. In this article, "Five Steps That Each of Us Can Take

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During the pandemic, entrepreneur and ElleVet Science founder Amanda Howland launched the Pets in Need Project to provide aid to communities throughout California that were hit by COVID-19 and need assistance with pets. The "ElleVan" traveled down the California coast, to offer veterinary care, food, and

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