Who's responsible for letting actor/author Chris Colfer voice his own audiobook, The Land of Stories, a Grimm Warning? Aside from garbled words, his fourth grade reading technique is a formidable obstacle to getting past the first chapter.
Quick! Are you the kind who combs your hair before a selfie or do you just go for it? While many have said that this growing phenomenon has caused us to become even more concerned about our looks than in previous times, there may actually be something a bit deeper going on beneath the surface.
As much as I love these two, and I could seriously watch eight episodes in a row every night of the very show I've already seen every episode of that they starred in, I truly could not care less about hearing about Mila Kunis' growing "baby bump" on a daily basis.
Although he had wanted to give her the best high five of all, he missed and slapped her left tit instead. It was entirely by accident, but the result was that Courtney's monstrous jug popped like a balloon and everybody found out that it was, in actual fact, a piñata.
If Rob were on my couch, I would allow him space to grieve his father. It's not just his father's physical absence that needs to be acknowledged, but the meaning of that loss in his life. I would help Rob see how lost he feels without him.
What is our fascination with realty television? Why can't we watch documentaries or shows that teach us something like America with Lisa Ling, instead of finding satisfaction in seeing other people's dysfunctional lives?
"The first time you marry for love, the second for money, and the third for companionship." ( Jackie Kennedy Onassis) A few weeks ago I was skimming...
Dear Kim and Kanye, We came to Florence to celebrate love, strolling hand in hand along the cobblestone streets and soaking up the romance of this go...
People like to hear themselves talk. So giving your date (or interviewer) the chance to speak -- and actually listening to what they have to say -- is always a good idea. I'm serious. Try it sometime.
Improvements in the fight for gay rights! And Kim Kardashian and Kanye West got married! No better way to sum up those topics than with Frozen's "Let It Go"! Because if Disney doesn't make you happy, nothing will.
It's tempting to remind parents of girls to watch their running commentary on women's clothes or hair or weight or beauty. But so many moms and dads are already out there fighting the good fight for their daughters' self-esteem.
It is finally here! The wedding we have all been waiting for...or dreading -- Kim Kardashian marries Kanye West in Italy!
I am ashamed to admit that I struggle to remember everyone's names, to separate the stories, but I feel the weight of their belief in the Unexpected Project, to share their stories and to make a difference for their surviving daughters, sisters, nieces and granddaughters.
After reading each other with puppets, the top five queens had to whip up three semi-precious runway looks for the Glitter Ball on the main stage. And these gems were not conflict-free, because all the gals had to chime in on who they thought should go home!
We're living in a time where headlines about a 16-year-old girl being assaulted and killed by a classmate is shrunken by the sex life of Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott. How did we get here?
Before you judge me for wanting to keep up with the Kardashians, please know that I am being quite serious. It may be true that first world problems don't get more first world than this, but keeping up is actually becoming an issue in my day-to-day life.