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Eve O. Schaub That feeling I get when I go back and read something I wrote a while ago, and I think "Wow- who wrote THAT?!"
Eve O. Schaub Write for yourself- you are your own perfect audience.
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Year of No Sugar

3.38 avg rating — 4,521 ratings — published 2014 — 13 editions
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3.45 avg rating — 1,042 ratings — published 2017 — 8 editions
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How Do You Write? Podcast Interview with Eve O. Schaub

I’m honored to be featured in the latest episode of Rachel Herron’s podcast: How Do You Write? I’m so used to talking about My Issues (sugar and clutter) that this was a total departure…and really, really fun. My favorite take-away quote? “You’re DEFINITELY not Marie Kondo!”
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The Case Against Sugar by Gary Taubes
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It would be hard to say how important I find this book. If you or someone you love suffers from obesity, diabetes, hypertension, liver disease, heart disease or cancer, (so, like, everyone) you need this book. What you find out will astound you.

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John Seabrook is an excellent, thoughtful writer and I enjoyed his behind-the-scenes descriptions of what life at the New Yorker was like during a tumultuous period of transition at the magazine. As an author he tends to jump around a bit and I somet ...more
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The Swamp by Michael Grunwald
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This book may not give you all that much hope for the Everglades, or humanity for that matter, but it will give you a firm grounding in the history of this always controversial, unique landscape of natural splendor/mosquito-infested wasteland (depend ...more
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What to Eat by Marion Nestle
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Ever the bemused skeptic, Marion Nestle has a mission, her own style, and a wry sense of humor.
Perhaps only the most food obsessed will truly appreciate this tome of everything nutrition, but it is well worth wading into, because readers will be ama
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A Life in Stitches by Rachael Herron
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I love this knitting memoir which tracks the author from her very first sweater at age 11 through all the trials and tribulations of adulthood- every event, stage and relationship has a knitting project to accompany it along the way.

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“So what do you call something that our body has no need for and that, when we take it in, creates toxic by-products in our bodies resulting in debilitation, disease, and untimely death? Well, doctors call that a poison.”
Eve O. Schaub, Year of No Sugar

“I don't think hoarders prefer squalor. Rather, I'd theorize that when yucky things happen, for some the attachment to objects is so strong that they must exist in denial rather than confront the cause: the clutter. The hoard. An overabundance of objects with no proper place to go. pg 167”
Eve O. Schaub, Year of No Clutter

“I don't like to brag or anything--but I really am exceptionally gifted when it comes to the "Stuff" department. If I had a title, it might be "Her Royal Highness, the Queen of Crap." I could look snootily down from high atop my pile of ancient magazines, holding a scepter of dried bridesmaid bouquets, bedecked with a crown made entirely of those extra button packs that helpfully accompany sweater purchases, proclaiming "SAVE IT!" in an emphatic yet regal tone.”
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