For the past few months, the content department at brass has been scheming to pull a few April Fool's Day pranks on fellow staffers. We discussed possible plans in hushed tones at staff meetings and exchanged stealthy emails with subjects like, "TOP SECRET!" Then we got knee-deep this week in finishing up the next issue of the magazine and our schemes fell by the wayside.
We all know that material possessions don't truly bring happiness. But are possessions a security blanket in the absence of support and love?
Last night's 83rd annual Academy Awards aired to lukewarm ratings. The winners were fairly predictable, critics called the music performances so-so, and reviews of hosts Anne Hathaway and James Franco have been mixed. I'm pretty easy to please--woo me with enough glitz and glamour and I'm sold--but even I didn't find this year's show particularly entertaining.
Regardless, the event was still brimming with fashion fodder, star-studded folly, and the occasional acceptance speech faux pas. Here are some figures I rounded up that highlight this year's biggest night in Hollywood.
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All too often we see expansive marketing campaigns for diet pills and celebrity diet crazes that rarely emphasize a balanced diet and regular exercise.
In light of the recent economic volatility, a lot of people are wondering what's going to happen next. No one can see the future, but I want to paint a broad picture of what could likely happen, and how it will affect you in 2009.
You’re done with college and trying to make a name for yourself. You’re trying to do all the right things--working hard, paying off student loans, and saving for a future that seems so far off. There are so many financial decisions to make: savings accounts, investment options, and retirement savings. With all you’re juggling, how can you possibly do it all?