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Four Celebrities Who Admitted They Were Wasted On The Job

Four Celebrities Who Admitted They Were Wasted On The Job

Hairstylist and Jennifer Aniston BFF Chris McMillan will go down in the hairstyle history books (which I really hope exist) for creating the iconic “Rachel” haircut in 1994. But McMillan just told Women’s Wear Daily that he was high when he came up with the ‘do. “I’m 14 years sober, so I feel safe enough to say that,” he said. In his honor, here’s a brief list of Celebrities Who Later Admitted They Were Wasted While Doing Their Jobs. More »

Sitting Is Killing You, So Obviously You Need A Personal ‘Posture Guru’

Sitting Is Killing You, So Obviously You Need A Personal 'Posture Guru'

If you keep up ergonomic trends (and of course you do), you know that sitting is killing you. Literally, if you are reading this and you are sitting down, you might as well just drink arsenic. Owning a chair is basically like owning an unlocked, loaded weapon. Chairs are nooses you put your ass on. If tell you friend to “have a seat” you are inviting him to die. Google “sitting is killing you” if you don’t believe me. Sitting is death. More »

Sorry, Rosalind Arusha Arkadina Altalune Florence Thurman-Busson: Shorter Names Mean Bigger Paychecks

Sorry, Rosalind Arusha Arkadina Altalune Florence Thurman-Busson: Shorter Names Mean Bigger Paychecks

What do Spanx founder Sara Blakely, cosmetics maven Coco Chanel, and cookie queen Debbi Fields have in common? Money and success … and short first names. Short names seem to be connected to a bigger salary, according to a new study from the career site TheLadders. Case in point: My first name only has four letters, and I am a billionaire.* More »