Elizabeth Gilbert was really good at finding moments of happiness amid life’s ruins. We're revisiting some poignant scenes in the hope they will inspire a little self-care and perhaps restore that feeling of wanderlust
"The more we studied each civilization’s fanciful notions of 'the universe,' the more I found myself looking for just a single certainty about existence — a single notion I could wrap my head around."
"A little about Perfect and Imperfect: Within ten weeks, I was divorced, sold my house and lost my big brother. I was caught in a tsunami of pain."
Author Jan Haag reflects on how her husband's death and one woman's journey inspired her to live again
In an Australian exclusive, ‘Eat Pray Love’ author Elizabeth Gilbert reflects on ten years of the book that changed her life and the lives of so many others