Tina L. Biasella is the director of external affairs and community relations at Kent State University at Stark, where she oversees marketing, public relations, The Corporate University, special events and other nonacademic campus outreach functions through a team of administrative, professional and support staff.
Rich Desrosiers has been executive editor of GateHouse Ohio Media for the past 20 months. He’s constantly reading something, from books, magazines and newspapers to cereal boxes and even an occasional owner’s manual. He likes recommendations.
While packing boxes during my move in October, I started thinking about which of my belongings mean the most to me. After throwing out several bags of things that no longer bring me joy, I realized that books are important to me. Together, my boyfriend and I have quite the collection.
What’s the perfect recipe for a vacation? A beach, a blanket and a book. Even if you can’t make it to the beach this year, a great summer read has the ability to transport you anywhere, from your backyard to essentially any place in the world. This year’s picks cover a gamut of topics and stories, both real and imagined:
Lately, I’ve been interested in learning how to live a healthier, happier life. In my very brief online research, I’ve found some books that have piqued my interest. From all natural approaches to cure acne and anxiety to depression, I’ve added three books to my reading list.
It’s that time of year when things start to get hectic. The holidays are quickly approaching, which means holiday parties and shopping, and you can’t forget spending time with friends and family. But you need to make time for yourself to relax.