You've clocked two months of solid work since Christmas break and it's time for another escape.
Their stories and advice is more aspirational than inspirational -- and, I would add, actually make the struggles that real working mothers face even worse.
Don't tell Holly Williams that the road is a lonesome place. To begin 2013, there's nowhere else she'd rather be. Of course, it took a while for the...
Boyfriend jeans are back after a couple of years on fashion's sidelines. But be warned, the perfect boyfriend, like it's real-life namesake, is tricky to weed out.
Mindful eating is not a diet. There are no menus or recipes. It is about being more aware of how much and what you are eating. It is also breaking out of mindless habits. It's a way of eating that you can incorporate into your life for the long run.
In just the past week, we've been regaled with the supposedly startling revelations that: Halle Berry and Sarah Palin are cousins; Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are related; Justin Bieber, Avril Lavigne, Ryan Gosling and Celine Dion are all cousins. My reaction to all this: Yawn.
The F-word flies by fast, furious and often from cops and criminals in Jake Gyllenhaal's new movie End of Watch, now on its way to the Toronto Film Festival.
For anyone who has ever wanted a second chance at love with the same partner, Hope Springs starring a midwestern couple played by Meryl Streep (Kay) and Tommy Lee Jones (Arnold), is your movie.
Now I'm not one to engage in adulterous talk, even in jest, since when you think about it, being cuckolded by a celebrity is still be cuckolded -- so why even go there? But I'm coming around to the idea that it might be fun to have a co-crush. A celebrity couple crush.
When did writers start being brands? This question led me through a maze of other squirrely musings. If you write a memoir, are you forever a memoirist? What happens if a thriller writer dares to try his hand at romance?
We pride ourselves on knowing all kinds of Sapphic pop-culture facts. Each week we'll share some of the best tidbits on The Huffington Post in our new series, "Best Lesbian Week Ever." Here's who and what was on our raging gay radar this week.
Gwyneth Paltrow revealed how her struggle with postnatal depression opened her mind to spirituality, curiosity and eventually, a sense of inner peace -- a journey we had in common.
"If you examine sexy heroines in literature you will see they either lose their lives or their children for expressing their sexuality." I can see now why I was so hesitant. I wasn't willing to die just yet.
I fear that many Americans prefer to live with the illusion that celebrities are truly superhuman, rather than just slightly more gifted people with the power of big corporations -- and a phalanx of editors and ghostwriters -- behind them.
The problem with being a mom in L.A. is that we're celebrity magnets. Stars are miserable. They're desperate for something real. They wish their lives weren't so shallowly glamorous. They wish every day could be the same over and over again like ours.
I have a surprise to reveal: Most celebrities don't have perfect figures; rather they understand a few key secrets behind the art of dressing.