“It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things.”
Leonardo Da Vinci
One of the biggest and most common problems with improving your life or the success you want out of is that you may not take consistent action over a longer time period.
Now, consistency isn’t the sexiest or most exciting word. But it is, coupled with time, what will give you real results in your life.
Sticking with the program and doing something consistently – and not just when you feel inspired or something like that – is very, very powerful.
This is something I have struggled with a lot in the past. And on some days I still do. But over the years I have found a few things that really help me with this.
One of the most fun aspects about being ME and embodying the tempestuous tantalizing tumult of the rock renaissance, is hearing from my adored fans all over the world. I do try to answer each question put before me, and recently I received a query unlike any other. “Can you remember the feeling you had at the moment you were getting dressed to see the band mates? Your thoughts… Especially when you were in love. What was the feeling when you looked in the mirror and knew you were going to see him? And what did you wear to feel powerful? Was it important?”
Am I empathetic, sympathetic, compassionate?.... Yes, yes, yes, and too much… far too much. This is not a humble-brag, it’s a problem. I’m a second-generation finder of strays and misfits. I’m chronically incapable of giving up on anyone, even when I should.
I don’t get frustrated with people and toss them aside. I don’t say “no” when I’m asked to do an inconvenient thing that helps another person. I don’t have an internal bitch I can switch on when a man is talking to me and I don’t want to be bothered; for some reason, I’m still polite and personable even as I say no thank you. Sometimes I really wish I didn’t care so much...
Groupie LOVES a celeb with heart. Read about Miley's outreach and see the video of her appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show
In the wake of the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey, many celebrities are stepping up to donate money and resources to those in need. One such star is Miley Cyrus, who has pledged money to help those in need.
The "Malibu" singer announced the news on Wednesday during her appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. Speaking through tears, the former Hannah Montana star told the host that she felt moved to donate because she saw how the hurricane had affected so many lives.
You love vintage? Read below for vintage tips from lifestyle blogger Joy and hit the stores smiling.
If you know me, you probably know how much I love mixing vintage into my wardrobe! Shopping vintage used to be about scouring local thrift stores and flea markets to find hidden gems, but now it's become easier to find great vintage with all the online options out there. Shopping for vintage online allows you to shop from anywhere in the world. Here are my 10 tips to shopping for vintage clothing online...
Miss P has something to say about a subject she knows a lot about. Take a look below...
For several years now I have been trying to exorcise the word hate from my vocabulary. Whenever it tries to escape from my lips, I can actually feel the negativity about to spew and I zip it quick.
The H word is as overused as the L word. “Oh! I just loooove your new leggings!!!” Or “Ugh! I HATE that stupid song!” We’ve seen so much hate in the news lately, perhaps the word should be used more sparingly. It’s fine to be totally against racism, bigotry, or abuse of any kind, but do you really HATE the taste of cilantro, or your mini love handles? Do you despise someone because they have a different belief system, or way of thinking?
These are difficult time and hard conversations to have but celebs of every hue refuse to back down from the fight for justice.
"Protest should be used to perpetuate progressive politics of universal equity/love/acceptance," added Yara Shahidi of Black-ish.
See more of their posts...
So, you thought Mary Poppins was just a feel good family movie for a rainy afternoon with the kids? Wrong! For Elizabeth Chapman it was filled with lessons on creativity, family and how nurturing creativity in children requires more than construction paper and a box of crayons. Surprise surprise.
Taylor Swift finally brings a feminist message and badass attitude to her girl boss lovin' fans.
"I’m critical of your client sticking his hand under my skirt and grabbing my ass," she told former KYGO DJ David Mueller's lawyer.
Mueller apparently thought he had the right to place his hand on her ass. JERK ALERT!