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O, The Oprah Magazine May 2019

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o, the oprah magazine

FOUNDER AND EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Oprah Winfrey EDITOR IN CHIEF Lucy Kaylin EDITOR AT LARGE Gayle King DEPUTY EDITOR Deborah Way CREATIVE DIRECTOR Adam Glassman DESIGN DIRECTOR Jill Armus EXECUTIVE EDITOR Amy Maclin MANAGING EDITOR Abigail Greene BOOKS EDITOR Leigh Haber BEAUTY DIRECTOR Brian Underwood WRITER AT LARGE Lisa Kogan EXECUTIVE PHOTO DIRECTOR Christina Weber ARTICLES ARTICLES EDITOR Katie Arnold-Ratliff SENIOR EDITOR Molly Simms HEALTH AND WELLNESS DIRECTOR Corrie Pikul WELLNESS EDITOR Cathryne Keller STYLE FEATURES DIRECTOR Holly Carter ASSOCIATE EDITOR Zoe Donaldson ASSISTANT EDITOR Melissa Goldberg ASSISTANT BOOKS EDITOR Michelle Hart FASHION FASHION MARKET/ACCESSORIES DIRECTOR Robin Beck Nazzaro ACCESSORIES EDITOR Paula Lee BOOKINGS EDITOR Alicia Bridgewater Lanigan FASHION ASSISTANT Mikahila Bloomfield BEAUTY ASSOCIATE EDITOR Erin Stovall STYLE CONTRIBUTING STYLE EDITOR Rae Ann Herman STYLE ASSISTANT Raena Loper ADMINISTRATION EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE EDITOR IN CHIEF Eden Sandlin ASSISTANT TO THE EDITOR AT LARGE Joseph Zambrano INSTAGRAMMER OF THE MONTH @eugeniakasan O MAG FRIEND OF THE MONTH Jovan Van Drielle ART ART DIRECTOR Alexandra Mooney DEPUTY ART DIRECTOR Gillian…

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this month we wondered …

What is the most important thing you’ve learned from your mother? The importance of family. My sister and I are three years apart, and when we were younger, I would always have to take her everywhere I went. I hated it. But as an adult, I can’t see myself doing things without her. She is my best friend. Thanks, Mom! LA TOY A LAWRENCE Suffolk, Virginia When I was a little girl, my mother told me not to put anything in a letter that I wouldn’t want to see on the front page of the New York Times. In this age of oversharing–on socia l media and in emails and texts–this is truly sound advice. If you don’t write it down, it can’t come back to haunt you. ANNE O’NEILL South Burlington, Vermont It is…

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oprah’s girls’ trip

What happened when we loaded Holland America Line’s latest ship, Nieuw Statendam, with masses of fun-loving Ofans? An unforgettable, friendship-fueled adventure. For the Girls’ Getaway in January, Oprah took the helm (figuratively speaking), leading more than 2,000 women (and 58 brave men) on a three-day excursion to the Bahamas full of experiences to nourish mind, body, and soul. “I’ve never seen anything like this,” said Oprah, the ship’s godmother, during its christening ceremony. “This cruise was our bert one yet—and one of the best things I have ever done.”…

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thanks, mom!

Keith Yamashita TRANSFORMATION CONSULTANT “WHERE THE LIGHT GETS IN,” PAGE 120 My mom’s the best at … living a life of curiosity, creativity, and discovery. At 80, she’s a more voracious learner than ever. Our go-to bonding activity is … making Chinese dumplings. She’s amazing at it. Me? Not so much. Meghan Flaherty, WRITER “THE GREAT ESCAPE,” PAGE 112 The most crucial piece of advice my mom’s passed on to me is … to not be afraid of looking stupid sometimes, in the interest of expanding my horizons. My favorite mother-daughter duo is … Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher. Neither of them was perfect, and they fought like hell, but they loved each other fiercely. Jeanine Donofrio FOOD BLOGGER “SLICES OF LIFE,” PAGE 140 My mom’s the best at … making me feel like I’m the most special,…

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here we go!

OF THE MANY relationships we have in life, few make as profound an impact as the one we share with our mother. That connection, whether strong or strained, influences who we become in countless ways. It teaches us how to be—or how not to be—adults, partners, and parents to our own children. Motherhood comes up numerous times in my new book, The Path Made Clear: Discovering Your Life’s Direction and Purpose. It’s a collection of some of the wisdom I’ve been privileged to receive in conversations with artists, visionaries, and trailblazers of all kinds. People as diverse as Mindy Kaling, Joe Biden, Justin Timberlake, and Stephen Colbert all told me about the abiding influence their mothers had on them. The richly varied nature of that influence is exactly what we set…

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your take

Q IF YOU COULD HAVE ONLY ONE, WHICH WOULD IT BE? 34% COLORFUL LIPSTICK 66% LENGTHENING MASCARA STORY, PAGE 57 Q HOW OFTEN DO YOU TALK OR TEXT WITH YOUR MOM? 39% ONCE A WEEK, MAYBE? 61% EVERY SINGLE DAY STORY, PAGE 106 Q WOULD YOU EAT A ROSE IF IT CURED STOMACH PAIN? 83% SURE, WHY NOT! 17% FLOWERS≠ FOOD STORY, PAGE 85 Q HOW OFTEN DO YOU FEEL ANGRY? 85% A FEW TIMES A WEEK 15% I’M ANGRY RIGHT NOW! STORY, PAGE 76 Q DO YOU BRING YOUR PET ON VACATION? MY PET ISN’T REALLY A TRAVELER 65% 35% DUH! HE’S PART OF THE FAMILY STORY, PAGE 32 WE WANT YOUR TAKE! TO WEIGH IN ON FUTURE TOPICS, FOLLOW US AT @oprahmagazine…

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