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Stepping out of your comfort zone isn't easy. Don't be afraid to ask for help.
Now I must admit that initially I found all this goodness rather refreshing. But almost immediately I started doubting it. I mean, good is one thing, but too good? "These are the perfect people," I said to my wife after one episode wrapped up, "I'm not buying it."
Even though Chapman is a self-proclaimed WASP, Martha's Vineyard just seemed too Pre-Prison Piper. Bermuda is where affluent East Coasters go to get just outside their comfort zones enough to brag to their friends.
Cute workout clothes are half the battle. Unlike her colleagues, Gilbert always dressed to the nines whether she was roaming
Believe that your Twitter/Facebook followers are truly your friends. Invest more time and effort in wooing, and keeping, their approval, meanwhile, dismissing the approval of actual people you've known for years.
Style on Screen is a new website that promises to find the fashions of your favorite characters, but it's what they do on
Hair: As soon as we thought to tackle Arya's grungy cropped style, one product came to mind: texturizing spray. Although
This week, we mourned the loss of an incredibly influential and recognizable actor who impacted our lives for many years: James Avery.
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If you've ever admitted to yourself: "That's so me!" or shaken your head at the realization of knowing the real-life version
We know you may not associate reading with TV, but after we came across this Rory Gimore (of "Gilmore Girls") reading list
By Julie Miller, Vanity Fair Inspired by the magazine's first-ever Best-Dressed Challenge--in which stylish members of the
A particularly instructive storyline on Season 2 of "Friends" sees a characteristically naive Joey land a high-profile role
New Year's Eve is almost upon us, which means parties, fireworks and the dilemma of who to kiss at midnight. Primetime boasts
Some of the eternal TV characters are defined by their catchphrases, their goofy faces, or even their particular ways of dressing. But our favorites are defined by their bizarre appetites.
"Dating is a zero-sum dating. If you get a man, I don't get that man," Parks Department employee Donna Meagle once told Ann