Katharine B. Coggeshall is a technical writer-editor with a BS in biology and a BA in chemistry. Katharine has been published by Popular Mechanics, Adelaide Literary Magazine, Inklings Publishing Group, Voices of Eve, Projected Letters, Blue Mountain Arts, and Yahoo! Associated Content, to name a few. She currently authors thehealthyhappyblog.com.
On the hunt for a good book? Here are 15 of the best books you won't want to miss. From plot twists to complex characters, these honed stories are certainly worth your time. | Read More →Words: 754 Downloads: 0 Category: Arts & Culture By: Katharine Coggeshall
People with the INFJ personality type are perceived as private, quiet, and complex. It can be a challenge to come up with a date idea that will please this person and convince them to open up. Here are 20 ideal date ideas for an INFJ. | Read More →Words: 445 Downloads: 0 Category: Dating By: Katharine Coggeshall
Putting together a polished, age-appropriate outfit can make you look confident, competent, and strong. Often, women in their 30s are stuck between the fashion worlds of much younger and much older styles. Learn where to shop and how to balance an outfit to look like a fashionable woman in her thirties. | Read More →Words: 477 Downloads: 0 Category: Lifestyles By: Katharine Coggeshall
Don't be intimidated about going on vacation when you are single. You deserve a break! You can decide whether you want to take the type of vacation that leads to meeting people or the type that allows for solitude. Both are explored in this article. | Read More →Words: 559 Downloads: 0 Category: Lifestyles By: Katharine Coggeshall
Spring cleaning your relationships is a great way to reduce stress and increase joy in your life. There two main strategies to try, and which strategy you choose should be unique to you and to the specific relationship. The end result will be a happier life with better relationships. | Read More →Words: 478 Downloads: 0 Category: Relationships By: Katharine Coggeshall
Women pay more than men for clothing, shoes, and personal care products. Women also pay more for haircuts, dry cleaning, and mortgages. But, unfortunately, women typically earn less money than men. Overall, gender inequalities add up to a lifetime of cost for women, and this cost has been dubbed the pink tax. | Read More →Words: 463 Downloads: 0 Category: Health & Lifestyles By: Katharine Coggeshall
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