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I started having seizures when I was around 5—the kind of seizures you see in the movies: fall-flat-on-the-ground-shaking-like-you’re-electrocuted-eyes-rolling-to-the-top-of-your-head seizures. These kind of seizures are now called tonic-clonic seizures, but when I was a little girl, they were called “grand mal” seizures, which means “the big bad.” Perhaps they changed the name because calling...
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What is it about celebrities? Why do fans die to know about their relationships (He’s dating who?), vacations (They went where?) and fashion ralph lauren mens shoes choices (She wore what?)? It’s getting out of hand. In fact, California recently outlawed the paparazzi from using drones to take celebrity photographs. Why do we care?On most days, I find the story behind how they became a successful...
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A few weeks after Kelly’s mother died, we were together at a business lunch. I’ve known Kelly for years and I like her because she is a warm, energetic and unusually sympathetic person. She was picking at her Caesar salad that day, looking sad. I knew about her mother, so I asked her how she was doing. She looked at me, her eyes immediately filling with tears. She smiled and told me that although...
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My obsession with stock photography can be traced back to an exact moment in the late ’90s when I saw an ad for Getty Images in Wallpaper magazine; it was a close-up shot of a horse’s white mane against a black background. I was fascinated by the women ralph lauren sweaters bold use of negative space, its minimalism, and the power in photographing something often taken for granted over something...
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1. Learn to love mistakes.Always remember to learn from your mistakes—and keep growing. Don’t doubt yourself so much. One day you’ll be able look back on your “oops” moments and laugh at them. They are inevitable.2. Say yes often.Sometimes stepping outside of your comfort zone and trying something new can be terrifying. But learn to say yes more. It’ll help you...
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I was several years into the corporate world when I realized I wasn’t happy with the 9-to-5. Once the high demands and the intense pressure of corporate America began affecting me, both inside and outside the workplace, I began wondering if this was all there was. Working weekends and long hours to fulfill someone else’s dreams instead of pursuing my own dreams as a writer wasn’...
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Recently I got the news that my first boss in magazine publishing, Pat Miller, died after a battle with cancer. Pat was a Brit from Fleet Street, a friend of Rupert Murdoch, and when Murdoch started a woman’s magazine in America—something different, called New Woman—he tapped her for the job. The magazine became the moderate voice of feminism that was so needed at the time, allowing women to be...
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