Topic: Love

Five Quotes That Will Make You Love Connie Britton More Than You Already Do

Five Quotes That Will Make You Love Connie Britton More Than You Already Do

If you have watched Friday Night Lights and/or Nashville, you do not need a primer on why Connie Britton is the best. She plays characters who are strong, confident, warm, charismatic, and smart, and is, I have always imagined, all of these things herself. A fantastic new profile of Britton in the New York Times magazine proves it, and includes some true gems of wisdom on Britton’s unorthodox and brilliant career, which has only become stronger since she turned 40, defying Hollywood stereotypes. Connie, if you’re reading this, please become my best friend and mentor. More »

The Morning Grind: Digital Apps For The Holidays

The Morning Grind: Digital Apps For The Holidays

• Rules for snacking. (YouBeauty)

• Job skills learned from driving stick. (Daily Muse)

Herman Cain’s sexual harassment PSA. (TheFrisky)

• The best stem cell serums. (Truth In Aging)

• Why Elizabeth Warren isn’t our savior. (Double X)

• Digital apps to keep you sane this season. (HuffPost Women)

• What not to do on Twitter. (The Stir)

• Tips to enjoy life while running a business. (Women 2.0)

• Comebacks to inappropriate questions. (Divine Caroline)

• Frustrating breakups, jobs and hairstyles. (The Hairpin)

• How falling in love is like real estate. (YourTango)

 

 

A Look At Movies Where The Assistant Falls In Love With The Boss

A Look At Movies Where The Assistant Falls In Love With The Boss

The story of the lowly assistant falling for the rich, powerful boss is a common story in movies. Heck, it is a common story in life. Look at David Letterman. He doesn’t have the movie star looks or charm (well, a different kind of charm) of Hugh Grant, Edward Burns or Sandra Bullock but he slept with a number of attractive, young women on his staff. Most likely, those women fell prey to the fact that he was in a position of power. More »