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Eye on Life Magazine is a Lifestyle and Literary Magazine.  Enjoy articles on gardening, kitchen cooking, poetry, vintage decor, and more.

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Tom Rubenoff

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Poetry Editor from October 2009 through May 2015. 

Tom is a published poet, but more importantly, he sees the world with the eye of the poet, finding symbolism everywhere and in all language the potential to be more than it is.  In addition to poetry, he has published humor and nonfiction in several publications. 

“Poetry is a way of life, a philosophy: a way of looking at the universe.” 

Tom holds a Bachelor of Science in Technical Communications from Northeastern University and has conducted poetry and writing workshops at the elementary school and continuing education levels. 

Poetry by Tom Rubenoff can be found by Google search online.  His poems have been published in the journal Bear Creek Haiku and in the anthology, A Time of TrialGrand Prize Winner, HubPatron of the Arts writing contest, poetry division, 2011.  Contributing writer for Doors and Hardware magazine. 

Visit Tom’s blog:  tomrubenoff.wordpress.com

Email Tom:  trubenoff@gmail.com

While at Eye On Life, Tom oversaw the The Poetry Locksmith and Poetry Unlocked pages. 


Roberta Kyle

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Roberta Kyle wanders the internet as pinkpackrat, picking up bright shiny nuggets of information and passing them along via her blogs and social media accounts.

She has been writing forever, both for herself and for work, but now is retired and totally absorbed by a life of blogging, procrastination, and not-so- quiet contemplation of the crazy world we live in. 

Roberta can be found on her progressive political soapbox at  Political Packrat and showing her softer, more humerous side at Pinkpackrat@Play. She   kicks  off her shoes and writes  evergreen articles  on Hubpages under the nom de plume of  robie2

Here at Eye on Life Magazine, she has dug down into facts and fantasies regarding the making, wearing, history and general trivia  of hats, and while she is no longer writing here at Eye on Life, her fashion contributions can still be found in our archives of A Hat for All Seasons