You've just broken up with your boyfriend and the overwhelming advice and 'pick yourself up' tips from friends and family start flooding in. Those words might make you feel better, maybe for a moment or so, but the ugly truth is any real breakup, regardless of who initiated it, needs time and space.
You've clocked two months of solid work since Christmas break and it's time for another escape.
I'm proud to be a woman and nobody's ever accused me of being too accommodating, but there's a few conversations around women that have been amusing me lately.
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Set in the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, Simonstone Hall really is unique - and looked even more magical with a good dusting of snow this week. I don't know how, but I managed to get to the magnificent country house while the rest of the country practically came to a standstill thanks to the weather.
Recently I began to reach out into the great abyss that is Facebook and can now announce that I am friends with Corey Feldman, Matt LeBlanc, Kate Winslett, Jennifer Garner, Matt Dillon, Celina Gomez and Julia Roberts. It's true. They have shared their experiences -- the good, the bad, the funny and the ugly -- about what it's like walking around with some of the most famous monikers in our culture.
I can't possibly name all the women I know who are important in different ways, mostly because they connect people to others, create circles of support, or volunteer their talents to help those in need.
What do women really feel when celebs today get 'work' done -- or choose not to? Curiosity? Disappointment?
We all know what happens in Titanic. There were no surprises. Nothing had changed in the film, and the addition of 3D was meaningless. What had changed -- we suddenly realized -- was us.
At 12: Old Rose threw the necklace into the water so it could be with Jack! At 26: Old Rose just threw her granddaughter's inheritance into the ocean for no reason.
Human beings have an insatiable appetite for sad love songs. We also love a good mystery. So just imagine our delight when these two treats combine to make a pop culture supertreat, such as "Who is the mystery man who inspired Adele's heartbreak album, 21?"
Titanic is still a splendidly powerful bit of moviemaking, one of the best films of the 1990s, and one of the best pure blockbusters of our time.
I was 23 when Titanic was released. I loved it. I loved all 194 minutes of it. To this day, I still love it.
This is a tale of Internet titillation. It doesn't titillate me very much, but it illustrates how powerless celebrities are in the face of people in their pajamas, sitting at home, just making it all up.
One thing that continues to surprise me is how some people seem shocked when I admit my age.