To all my Netflix bingers out there, I’ve got a new one for you. But you don’t need an account, or even a computer for that matter. Your next binge-worthy addiction comes in the form of a podcast. Yes, I
My favorite holiday of the year is quickly approaching (Thanksgiving, DUH!). In my world, nothing beats the crisp cool air, warm apple pie and football on the couch post-feast with the fam. And, oh yeah, did I mention the meal?!
You’re getting ready for that big event -- you have your tan sprayed on, hair blown out, new Jimmy Choos snug on your feet, but wait you forgot something… your breasts. That’s right, you can now get temporary breasts my
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past couple of weeks, you’ve undoubtedly heard Taylor Swift’s new head bobber “Shake It Off.” Even if you’re not a fan of T Swift (or if you’re like me and still
This Thursday when you pour your ginormous Olivia Pope-sized glass of red, pop some popcorn and hunker down to enjoy your favorite hour of the week—Scandal Thursday—you can do so with the peace of mind that Rihanna is likely doing
Last Thursday morning I was stumped. Faced with the weekly challenge of finding something interesting and worthwhile to share with m.blog readers and packing it into a three paragraph, photo-filled sassy synopsis was simply too much for me to handle.
Those two words “Eaten Alive” are enough to strike fear in the hearts of many – yours truly included – but for one, these words pose an interesting challenge that he’ll bravely try to overcome. Meet Paul Rosolie. Among his
Celebrities are people too, right? When you see their faces plastered everyday across everything from magazines to weight loss products it’s hard to remember that fact. With their pore-less photoshopped faces, hair professionally blown out each morning, and bodies sculpted
One of the specialties of anyone who’s spent as much time in locker rooms as I have is changing in public without any unwarranted nudity. You know that under-the-towel shimmy of removing a bathing suit and donning an outfit sans
Let’s face it: winter is coming. Boston has already experienced its first snow and the beauty of October is in the past. But rather than focus on the fact that my commute to work will soon look like this, I’m