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In the January 2010 Issue

Note pad What's the Job for You?
More careers that match your striving style.

Tree ladder The Way to Really Motivate Yourself
Daniel H. Pink on how to tap into your drive.

Dr. Oz Joel Harper's Strength Training Workout
Try this 20-minute workout to build more muscle.

Paige Williams The 60-Day Makeover
She's 80 pounds overweight, divorced, out of work, and deeply in debt. She needs a physical and spiritual overhaul. Can 60 days in a Bikram hot-yoga studio really undo years of damage?

In the December 2009 Issue

Rukiya Brown dolls Rukiya Brown Dolls
See more of O bracelet designer Rukiya Brown's dolls.

Fitness equipment Balance Pod Fitness Moves
Amp up your routine with these fitness pod moves.

Shopping bag The O Shop Guide
Looking to purchase something from the December issue? Find it in our shop guide.

Carrot cake Start Your Own Food Business
Last year reader Lynda Flassig e-mailed us for a little advice on how to start her own carrot cake company. Here's the advice we gave her.

In the November 2009 Issue

O Magazine's Dream Big anthology Win O's Dream Big! Anthology
We've got 50 books to give away. Enter now!

The Life and Love of Trees More Photos from The Life & Love of Trees
13 photos from the stunning book by Lewis Blackwell.

In the October 2009 Issue

Ava Owens Get an O Makeover
If you'd like to be considered please apply here.

The O bracelelt Meet the O Bracelet Designers
The women behind this year's bracelet.

Michael SilverblattUp Close with The Bookworm  
Go behind the scenes at KCRW with Michael Silverblatt, and listen to interviews with Toni Morrison, T.C. Boyle, Norman Mailer and more.

Dominique Browning using a slow cooker
Dominique Browning's Favorite Slow-Cooker Recipes
Get the recipe for Indian Lamb and Spinach Curry and Tarragon Chicken.

In the September 2009 Issue

Dr Oz Treatments for Fibromyalgia
Because of the range of options about fibromyalgia's cause and therapy, a wise approach is two months of natural therapies including sleep, daily walking, and supplements that are naturally in our body, says Dr. Oz. You can try magnesium (400 mg), malic acid (1200 mg), and ribose (one teaspoon or 5gms three times daily); since the ribose is sweet without significant calories, use this in place of sugar to get your daily dose. If this approach is ineffective, a more stringent regimen with drug therapy or alternative approaches should be entertained.

Fall fashion blue blazer O's Fall Fashion File
Click through to see four bargain versions of these infinitely adaptable classic pieces.

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Shop These Sites and Save 
Even more deals on designer clothes.

Dr. Katz tangy soup recipe
Tangy Lentil and Chickpea Soup 
Dr. Katz's recipe for healthy soup.

In the August 2009 Issue

Woman falling Are You Addicted to Praise?
Martha Beck's quiz can help those addicted to accolades.

Supermarket fruit aisle Volunteer Food Organizations
Here's how to find a non-profit in your community. Plus, get the recipe for Just Food's pea shoot salad!

Laura Pensiero sandwich
This Month's Menu
Chef Laura Pensiero's Real Food Diet can be expanded into a blueprint for a lifetime of healthy eating. Try the exclusive seasonal recipe variations.

Beauty makeovers Experiment With a New Look!
Virtual makeovers  are completely reversible, free, and might inspire you to make the changes you're considering.

Vernetta Cockerham UPDATE: Vernetta Cockerham's Legal Battle Comes to a Close
In the fifth year of fighting for justice over her daughter's horrific murder and a life-threatening assault by her estranged husband—tragedies that could have been prevented if domestic violence laws had been enforced—Vernetta Cockerham's case ended with a financial settlement on June 30th, 2009. Read more about it.

In the July 2009 Issue

Car insurance How to Save a Bundle
12 more ways to save money this summer.

Slimming dresses More Dresses!
Nine more body-flattering options that make you look longer and leaner—no diet required.

Ubuntu restaurant flatbread
This Month's Menu
Can a restaurant famed for its exquisite vegetable dishes captivate even a devout carnivore? Try the exclusive recipes for flatbread, Chickpea Fries, and Cauliflower in a Cast-Iron Pot with Raw Cauliflower "Couscous" Garnish.

In the June 2009 Issue

Oprah and puppies When Oprah Met Sadie
Go behind the scenes of our June cover shoot at pet shelter PAWS Chicago, where Oprah met little Sadie for the first time. 

Otters holding hands Creature Features
Sea otters Milo and Nyac of the Vancouver Aquarium hold hands, an elephant befriends a special pup, and a bear dances against an unassuming tree. Watch the most addictive must-e-mail animal videos.

Joyce TischlerOperation Rescue
Barry Yeoman's audio slideshows tell the story of four dogs who were rescued after living in deplorable conditions.

Cherry olive oil polenta cake This Month's Menu
Sweet and subtly spicy, cherries are as addictive as they are pretty. Try these exclusive recipes: Cherry-Olive Polenta Cake, Cinnamon Cherry Ice Cream and Pear Cherry Crisp.

Cherry olive oil polenta cake The Secret Language of Brows
Your eyebrows may be saying "angry" or "confused" even when you're not. Eliza Petrescu shows how just a few tweaks can help highlight your real personality.

In the May 2009 Issue

Gayle KingBehind the Scenes of the Make-a-Wish Model Makeovers
Gayle King goes behind the scenes as four young women tested by disease—and their deserving moms!—live out a shared fantasy. Check out our behind the scenes photos as well!

Ariel Clark and Denise MajkaHow Are You Doing with "The Talk"?
Are you and your daughter having good, effective conversations about sex? Here are some questions to help you assess the quality of your conversations. Take the quiz!

Teen girls illustrationDo You Know What Girls Think About Sex?
Are mothers and daughters really communicating? The first ever O/Seventeen Sex survey went where no one has gone before. Take the quiz to find out just how much you know.

Estancia El RocioO's Fashion Team Heads to Buenos Aires
There's something about Argentina's stylish capital that has the world transfixed. Take a behind-the-scenes look at our shoot!

In the April 2009 Issue

Estancia El RocioO's Fashion Team Goes Gaucho
As fashion trends went south of the border this spring with globally inspired prairie looks, so did O 's editors. A trip to Argentina gave context to the clothes photographed in "Gaucho Chic". Take a behind-the-scenes look!

PotatoThis Month's Menu
Calling all cooks: love to mix and match? Try these intuitive, exclusive recipes. Creamy mashed potatoes and parsnips with scallions, Ham and asparagus sandwiches, Spaghetti with herbed shrimp, stir-fried pork and bok choy, and Grilled leg of lamb.

In the March 2009 issue

Cash Recession-Proof Your Life
You don't have to freak out. We've gathered the smartest advice from money experts, starting with the all-time top rules for financial security from Suze Orman.

Spanish tortillaThis Month's Menu
Get ready for spring with an extraspecial treat: Spanish potato and egg tortilla, served with pineapple-cucumber mojitos!

OscarsAnd the Oscar®  Goes To...
We've got the ultimate award-season cram session filled with facts about 2008's screen gems. Find out which DVDs are really worth watching (including the extras) with O's Oscar Cheat Sheet!

In the February 2009 issue

RecipeExclusive Valentine's Recipes
Two special extra desserts: an irresistable chocolate loaf and rich (mini!) bundt cake. Plus, don't miss over 70 more treats perfect for cocoa lovers.

Bang makeoversBang! Bang! You're Gorgeous
To find out about the makeup seen in this issue's story about cutting bangs, check our our four amazing hairstyle makeovers.

LoveGetting Good At Love
Whether you're searching for a soul-mate or married to The One (or somewhere in between), we can help you achieve your heart's desire.

In the January 2009 issue

RecipeThe Great Pantry Makeover
Cathy Mantuano, wine consultant for the restaurant in the Art Institute of Chicago's new Modern Wing (opening Spring 2009), offers delicious recipes (created with her husband, Spiaggia chef Tony Mantuano) that highlight seven new pantry must-haves, plus her wine pairings for each of those dishes. Get the menu.

Bob GreeneBob Greene's "Back to Business" Plan
Whether you're starting from square one or have landed back there, don't kick yourself: Bob Greene put together a 12-week program to encourage you on your way to successful weight loss. If you're already exercising and are ready to move on to the next level, choose from these additional plans. Start Bob Greene's program.

Drugstore.com website The Best Online Beauty Deals
Why pay full price? Let these sites do the work for you.

In the December 2008 issue

OrnamentThe O List
Even more knockout presents under $100, including our editors' smartest advice on how to save money this season, and a roundup of eye-catching gifts that give back.Shop the guide.

Listening to Christmas music Rickey Minor's No-Fail Holiday Playlist
If holiday songs bring back memories, the American Idol bandleader says join the chorus. Here, he gives up a playlist of his 25 favorite tracks that link genres and generations Get the playlist.

Party outfitThe Perfect Party Outfit
O 's creative director, Adam Glassman, has 20 surefire ways to shine (not shock) at every event. Read his 20 ways to get dressed up.

FruitcakeMatt O'Neil's Fruitcake
"I took one bite and knew I had found the best fruitcake of the year. It was a tumble-down-comfort-chew." — Tom Chiarella from Behold, the Fruitcake. Try the recipe!

Toni MorrisonExclusive Interview: Toni Morrison
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author introduces the characters featured in her ninth mesmerizing novel, A Mercy (Knopf). Watch now.

OprahDr. Oz's Beauty Quiz
In a new book (You: Being Beautiful with Michael Roizen, MD), Oprah's favorite doctor, Mehmet Oz, serves up a revealing beauty quiz and gives advice on how you can achieve a more magnificent you. Discover your YOU-Q.

In the November 2008 issue

OprahWhat Do You Know for Sure?
We asked a notable group of men and women Oprah's favorite question. Read their simple, surprising, brilliant rules to live by. Then, tell us your greatest discoveries.

Start your own businessO's White House Leadership Project
The 80 winners of the first-ever O-White House Leadership Project contest get a crash course in changing the world. Meet each of the winners and learn about their projects. You'll also find resources to help you turn your own dreams into action.

From O.C. to NYC From O.C. to NYC
We took the Real Housewives of Orange County out of their West Coast comfort zone and gave them a sleek New York City makeover. Go behind the scenes with the stars.

In O's Big Book of Happiness

Suze Orman Identity Crisis
Identity theft has been the top consumer fraud complaint lodged with the Federal Trade Commission for seven years straight. Here's how to avoid becoming a statistic, including:
Start your own businessYour Great Idea, Whose Time Has Come
Get Polly Brewster's six-part guide to taking your dream from concept to reality, and download sample business plans here.

Common relationship pitfallsLove Traps 101
The test here evaluates the schemas Jeffrey E. Young sees most often. For info on the other 10 schema pitfalls, read Liesl Schillinger's report on the amazingly effective new therapy that just might transform what we think about when we think about love.

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