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How I Fell Back in Love…with Georgette Heyer

Here at work, we have a Zoom group to discuss varied book genres, and last month the topic was Historical Fiction – my favorite! I was determined to combine the history with romance and to choose a story that held its own in the discussion. And, I read on my tablet so the title had […]

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Working From Home Got You Down?

New to working from home? Having trouble staying on task? Get help for organizing clutter and managing your time with these and more at OverDrive, home to thousands of eBooks, Audiobooks, and more. Remote : Office Not Required by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson EBOOK Getting Organized at Work by Kenneth Zeigler EBOOK The […]

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Recipes Are Keepsakes, Too!

As a fan of all things History, the Library’s April Historic Recipe Road Show program intrigued me. With the pandemic keeping us home, we’re not sure if the program will still happen. But it made me think. I’d never heard of the Culinary Historians of Northern Illinois and their Cookery Manuscript Project. Nor their the […]

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Healthy + Wealthy = Wise

You are a few months into the New Year and feeling good about those resolutions. Your closets and your desktop are reorganized. That long-lost friend is happy to meet up and the picture of the new food pyramid is on the refrigerator door. That’s great! But now consider adding a financial goal to the mix. […]

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