Emma Mustich
Emma Mustich is the Executive Special Projects Editor for HuffPost Voices.

Entries by Emma Mustich

Eu simplesmente não gosto de vegetais. Será que alguém consegue me ajudar com isso?

(1) Comments | Posted February 12, 2016 | 2:07 PM

Eu adoro comida, por isso, me considero uma "foodie".

Aproveito bem os esplêndidos restaurantes aqui perto, na cidade de Nova York; gosto muito de encontrar novos ingredientes e compartilhar minhas receitas favoritas com a família e amigos. Mas existe um grande obstáculo que sempre complica a minha relação com a...

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2 Killer Broccoli Recipes For People Who Don't Like Vegetables

(0) Comments | Posted February 11, 2016 | 2:37 PM

Vegetables: For the most part, I really just don't like them. But I've decided to try and change that, one simple, (hopefully) tasty recipe at a time. Follow along with my series of experiments -- in which I'll take on kale, cauliflower, spinach and more -- over the coming weeks!

For my...

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I Just Don't Like Vegetables. Can Somebody Help Me?

(0) Comments | Posted January 15, 2016 | 2:32 PM

I'd call myself a foodie. I take full advantage of the many splendid restaurants that surround me here in New York City; I enjoy seeking out new ingredients and sharing favorite recipes with family and friends. But there's one big obstacle that's always complicated my relationship with food: I...

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The Huffington Post Is Hiring A Personal Stories Editor For The Voices Department

(0) Comments | Posted October 12, 2015 | 1:26 PM

Location: New York, NY

Position Type: Full Time

About the Role:

The Huffington Post is seeking a Personal Stories Editor to help recruit, package and promote excellent personal stories across its Gay Voices, Black Voices, Latino Voices, and Religion verticals.


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O que acontece quando o álcool domina sua vida – e rouba suas memórias

(0) Comments | Posted July 17, 2015 | 10:46 PM

Existem detalhes cruciais que estão faltando no novo livro de memórias de Sarah Hepola, Blackout (Apagão, em tradução livre) – mas foi justamente isso que a levou a escrevê-lo.

Em seu livro, lançando em junho, a autora — que edita ensaios para o site de entretenimento Salon.com — discute sua...

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What It's Like When Alcohol Takes Over Your Life -- And Steals Your Memories

(16) Comments | Posted July 1, 2015 | 2:24 PM

There are some crucial details missing from Sarah Hepola's new memoir, Blackout -- but that's the whole point.

In her book, released in June, the author -- who edits personal essays for Salon.com -- discusses her long, both complicated and sometimes devastatingly simple relationship with alcohol. It started...

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This Is What A 10-Year-Old Boy Sees When He Looks At His Little Sister -- And It's Just Beautiful

(11) Comments | Posted October 29, 2014 | 5:11 PM

Today's cute kid note is one of the sweetest we've seen.

Title: What I See When I Look At My Sister

Author: Charlie

Age: 10

Recipient: Charlie's little sister, Zoe (age 5)

Holiday spirit? Mom tells us this wasn't a Christmas present; "it was just a sweet note...

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Little Girl Issues Serious Bedtime Ultimatum To Mom And Dad

(39) Comments | Posted August 18, 2014 | 1:18 PM

Today's cute kid note is a far cry from "sweet dreams."

Title: Dear Parents

Author: Chloe

Age: 9

On the same page: Chloe joins Cute Kid Note alumnae Lucy and Lilly on the front lines of the fight against parental crankiness.


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6-Year-Old's Hand-Drawn Dinner Bracket Proves Pizza Is The Perfect Meal

(2) Comments | Posted August 5, 2014 | 1:25 PM

Today's cute kid note is essentially a food fight.

Title: The Dinner Bracket

Author: Reddit user ecost's friend's brother

Age: 6

The backstory: "My friend's 6-year-old brother is obsessed with making brackets. He now uses them to solve everyday dilemmas, such as what to eat for...

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Why Richard Linklater Cast His Own Daughter In 'Boyhood'

(0) Comments | Posted July 11, 2014 | 5:17 PM

Richard Linklater's new movie is called "Boyhood," but it follows the evolution of an entire family (not just its main character, Mason, played by Ellar Coltrane) in real time over the course of a dozen years.

One member of that family was played by Linklater's own daughter, Lorelei -- and...

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12-Year-Old Makes A Very Important Promise: 'I Won't Fart On People'

(5) Comments | Posted July 10, 2014 | 10:40 AM

Today's cute kid note contains wisdom that bears repeating.

Title: "I Won't Fart On People"

Author: Ryan

Age: 12

Inspiration: Ryan didn't come up with this mantra on his own; he was told to write these lines as punishment for "unacceptable behavior towards his younger sister."

Kid-iquette: Ryan's...

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Jimmy Kimmel Gets A 6-Year-Old's Advice On Changing Diapers

(0) Comments | Posted June 20, 2014 | 10:51 AM

Jimmy Kimmel has two grown-up children -- but since his wife is expecting a baby, he needs to "brush up" on the basics. For instance, changing a diaper. And who better to teach him than this businesslike 6-year-old? He doesn't emerge from the lesson completely enlightened,...

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#DadsRead Campaign Celebrates Fathers' Efforts To Read With Their Kids

(0) Comments | Posted June 3, 2014 | 5:39 PM

This Father's Day, some parents are putting the focus on an important gift dads can give to their kids, rather than the other way around.

Jordan Lloyd Bookey, who runs Zoobean, an educational resource curation site, and Tom Burns, of The Good Men Project, say their...

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O que 9 meses de gravidez realmente fazem com o corpo de uma mulher (FOTOS)

(0) Comments | Posted May 16, 2014 | 6:16 PM

No ano passado, a fotógrafa e evangelista do amor pelo próprio corpo Jade Beall disse ao HuffPost Parents que a sociedade sofre “uma epidemia de mulheres que se sentem indignas de serem descritas como belas”. Ela falou de seu sonho para curar essa crise de autoconfiança.

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Madres sin Photoshop: la verdadera huella que dejan 9 meses de embarazo (FOTOS)

(6) Comments | Posted May 12, 2014 | 12:40 PM

El pasado verano, la fotógrafa Jade Beall explicaba en la sección de Padres de The Huffington Post que la sociedad afrontaba "una epidemia de mujeres que creían que no se merecían ser llamadas guapas", y decidió compartir su sueño de superar esta crisis de...

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What 9 Months Of Pregnancy Actually Does To A Woman's Body

(256) Comments | Posted May 9, 2014 | 8:33 AM

Last summer, photographer and body love evangelist Jade Beall told HuffPost Parents that society faced "an epidemic of women who feel unworthy of being called beautiful," and shared her dream to cure this confidence crisis.

The Arizona artist was using Kickstarter to fund a book project;...

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The Difference Between How Parents And Kids Understand Privacy

(0) Comments | Posted April 17, 2014 | 9:05 AM

Before you had kids, privacy seemed like a straightforward concept. Now, you know better.

John Kinnear, who writes the blog Ask Your Dad, teamed up with "Mister & Me" web-comic artist Jason Platt to create this cute and (sadly) accurate cartoon.

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10 Cartoons That Tell The Truth About Parenting Small Children

(2) Comments | Posted March 25, 2014 | 9:05 AM

In today's very digital world, there are plenty of ways for parents to find comfort, support and laughter without leaving the comfort chaos of their own homes. But for those who only have a free second, glancing at one of these cartoons should do...

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This Traffic Reporter's Daughter Has Made Him Listen To 'Let It Go' A Few Too Many Times

(59) Comments | Posted February 21, 2014 | 5:06 PM

Little kids love Frozen -- that is already a well-established fact. But they aren't the only ones getting creative with their covers of the hit song "Let It Go."

"I have taken my daughter to see the Disney move Frozen twice. I have watched YouTube videos of the...

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Michelle Obama: Sasha And Malia 'Want Nothing To Do With Us'

(83) Comments | Posted February 21, 2014 | 9:37 AM

First Lady Michelle Obama joined her erstwhile dancing partner Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show Thursday night to discuss, among other things, what it's like to raise tweens and teens in the White House.

It sounds like Sasha and Malia are a lot like many of their peers...

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