What would Jennifer Aniston do? This is the question that I find myself unintentionally asking whenever I am faced with a dilemma or a situation where I need to make a decision. No, don’t get me wrong, I don’t see her as a goddess, nor am I her biggest fan.
Here's the thing about love: it's hard to put into words. Love brings up emotions that run the gamut from agony to ecstasy. Here are 50 of the best quotes that ever passed the lips of famous lovers. We couldn't have put these better ourselves.
Audrey Hepburn is one of the greatest female screen legends of all time and an eternal fashion icon. Who can ever forget, Sabrina, Eliza Doolittle singing “I Could Have Danced All Night,” and the elegant little black dress made famous by Holly Golightly in Breakfast At Tiffany’s? Along with her glorious film career, in 1992 she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in recognition of her work as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in impoverished countries and populations, notably in Asia, Africa and South America.
There has been a lot of hoopla surrounding Sheryl Sandberg and her push to "Lean In." People have been up in arms saying: "Sure, it's easy when you come from privilege to be able to work harder and longer!" "She's had it all, she doesn't understand" or, on the other side "We NEED to stand up for ourselves more as women!" Everyone has an opinion. And there is a lot to talk about: Confidence, Harvard, negotiating, Facebook. Dinner with Zuckerberg.
Breaking up is hard to do, but our favorite Tweeps are here to ease the pain with their bottomless font of wit and wisdom (but mostly wit). Get ready to cry happy tears.
When I was a kid back in the 60s I was pretty shy, quiet and reserved [not much has changed ☺] and kept pretty much to myself. On Tuesdays in the summertime, I would go with my Dad to the bank to deposit his paycheck. On the drive to the bank we would always pass by a bike shop and to a kid that was like the new car dealer where you could not wait to see all the new ‘rides’. My Dad would have occasion now and again to stop and visit the service department while I happily killed time in the showroom, imagining what it would be like to be the first in the neig
Ready to smile because your work week is (finally) over? These inspirational love quotes from famous Democrats are sure to brighten up your weekend.
Brides and grooms to be, take note: You have a friend in Pinterest. The online pinboard is chock-full of wedding content, from dresses and cakes to reception décor and DIY invitation designs. So if you need some inpsiration for your big day, make an account, learn how to get started on Pinterest, and start pinning like crazy.
You'd think attending a conference about international issues that impact women, where forced marriage and honor killings were discussed, would be depressing, since we still have so far to go. But as the 3rd annual Women in the World summit last weekend, hosted by Newsweek and The Daily Beast, wrapped up to the tune of Aretha Franklin's "Respect," I felt uplifted.
As we look forward to this Sunday's Oscars, let's reminisce about romantic quotes from older movies. From Casablanca to Dirty Dancing, here are the top 10 quotes about love from the most romantic movies of all time. Let us know what quotes we left off the list in the comments.
Yes, there is no guide to life, and things sometimes may not go the way you plan. Wait, let me correct myself, things NEVER go the way you plan them! Thats life, and we have to deal with that for 7 days a week, 52 weeks a year, and 365 days a year until the day we die.
That Apple CEO Steve Jobs, who died today, Oct. 5, 2011, was a visionary on a large scale is undisputed, but it's the small-scale personal ways in which he has affected all of our lives that really resonate. And not just by making our lives more convenient with his products, but by inspiring us to live better with his own life.
For twenty years I kept a journal in which I wrote about heartbreak, anxiety, and addiction. It was my only outlet from my pain, my way to give voice to my fears. But today my journal entries reflect an empowered woman who is happy and bleeds authenticity. I’ve overcome my addictions to love, drugs, food, work and fear. I worked hard, and man, was it worth it. What changed?
I love Fridays. Not because I don’t thoroughly enjoy my business (in fact, I often put in tons of extra time on weekends) but because it marks the beginning of three days where I can find a whole lot of dancing all around Los Angeles (and not that I don’t dance on weeknights too, but weekends just seem to have more freedom to them when it comes to the experience of social dancing.)
Did you know, that: 1. When you are engaged in relationship, the truth of your relationship is reflected in your interactions, whether you are conscious of it or not. 2. No matter what words you use and how you choose to communicate consciously, there is an underlying energetic current that gives your words their true meaning. 3. This under current can either nurture or destroy your relationship.