Listen. If you’re involved in a multi-level marketing program — be it eyelashes or anti-aging serums or books or workout programs or oils or energy supplements or leggings or pajamas for cats, for all I care — I’m happy for you. I think it’s great you’ve found something you enjoy doing that also has the […]
Marie Kondo’s Netflix show ‘Tidying Up’ is all the rage lately. People can’t wait to declutter and purge unnecessary stress and anxiety from their lives. I am one of them. Following her signature advice to toss that which does not spark joy, the show traces Kondo’s experiences helping families get a grip on organizing both […]
It’s the time of year where people both make and break their lofty New Year’s resolutions. Personally, I’ve never been into resolutions myself. That’s because anytime I’ve attempted them, I’ve fallen completely flat on my face trying to stick with them. So I never bother anymore. But this year is different. This year I’ve resolved […]
These kids are having none of Santa’s bullshit. Check out these must-see best of the worst kids pictures with Santa.
In today’s edition of “The World According To Gwyneth,” it would seem that we all owe Ms. Paltrow one big “Namaste.” That whole yoga thing? Yup. Gwyneth. In an interview with Wall Street Journal Magazine, Paltrow credits the popularity of yoga to…wait for it…herself. Because why not? Oh, G-girl, if I only had one ounce […]
By Angela Glenn In the early days of motherhood, I came across this article about whether women today could “have it all”. The argument at the end was we could only have it all at different times, never at the same time. For years, I think I tried to prove that argument wrong. I could […]
If you love Target (c’mon, who doesn’t?), you’re gonna love this: The store’s biggest gift card sale of the year takes place Sunday, December 2, and much like Clark Griswold’s membership to the Jelly of the Month Club, it’s the gift that keeps on giving all year long. For one day only, consumers can get […]
By Joanna McFarland Owusu Growing up, I was never really a joiner. I didn’t play team sports or run for student government. I joined the obligatory club or two in high school because I was supposed to, to pad the college applications. But I was always more comfortable in smaller groups, finding my own tribe, […]