Monthly Archives: August 2016

Our Brains Are Guided More By Empathy Than Selfishness

[ad_1] As the year winds to a close, gifts and giving are foremost in many people’s minds. And now, two new neuroscience studies suggest that our brains prompt us to act more like Santa than Scrooge. In one study, researchers scanned participants’ brains to identify connections between generous behavior and brain activity. In the other,… Read More »

Priyanka Chopra Lands A Huge Gig With Pantene

[ad_1] Priyanka Chopra induces hair envy the world over, and now she’s taking her talents to an extremely fitting new job.   Pantene announced Tuesday that the “Quantico” star is the brand’s newest global ambassador, making her one more strong woman representing their “Strong is Beautiful” campaign.  Chopra currently serves as a UNICEF global Goodwill Ambassador as… Read More »

The Best Looks From The 2017 Golden Globes Red Carpet

[ad_1] The Golden Globes set the tone for awards season, no doubt. And Sunday night’s red carpet was packed with sparkle, plunging necklines and brilliant hair adornments. Not all the women on the carpet wore a dress, and there was no shortage of award-worthy ensembles to swoon over ― specifically from the likes of Ruth Negga,… Read More »

How To Create Quiet Spaces In Your Home

[ad_1] This article first appeared on QuietRev.comContrary to popular belief, not all introverts are homebodies. I myself love getting out on the streets and observing all the personalities colliding around me—and I’m the kind of person who gets nervous about interactions to the point where a little small talk with a cab driver puts me… Read More »

Life Is About Moments, Not Your Pant Size

[ad_1] Sure, it’s an awful angle, not professional, and messy. That is honest parenthood, friends. I’m also fat. But I won’t delete it. You know why? It’s beautiful. Being fat doesn’t make me not beautiful. It’s a description. That’s it. The meaning I put behind it is up to me. How I feel about myself… Read More »

Of Brothers and Dolls

[ad_1] “Mom, thank you for giving me my brother,” said my older brother when I was born. He won! My mother had bestowed him his very own brother. But then he lost: that brother turned out to be me. My original sin — so the story goes–was that I never gave him his “ups.” Translation:… Read More »