You’ve probably seen the news that former Playboy model and Las Vegas burlesque show star Holly Madison just took out $1 million insurance policy on her breasts. But she’s not the first celebrity to place a monetary value on a physical asset. Here are a few other stars over the years who have taken out “interesting” insurance policies:
Archives for September 2011
Sometimes it’s hard for little ones to understand why mommy has to leave for work each day.
NBCs “Up All Night” is the latest comedy to tackle how ones life is upended after you become a parent. And while it treads on the same ground addressed by other shows, including one of my favorites from the Stone Ages, “thirtysomething,” it does so in a thoroughly fresh way, circa 2011. The most recent episode of Christina ApplegateandWill Arnetts “Up All Night” focused on the couple trying to regain their sexual mojo, with Arnetts Chris leading the charge, trying to persuade his wife to ditch her sweats and her stained, ripped clothing the moment she gets home from work and instead don a silky cami and thong, even though she knows that shes got a sleepless night ahead of her courtesy of their infant.
Hovering parents who don’t let their kids go play outside without adult interference aren’t doing their children any favors, according to researchers. Into the 1950s, children were free to play a good part of their childhood, researcher Peter Gray, Boston College psychology professor said. If you stayed in your house around your mom, shed say go out and play. The natural place for a kid was outside.
Nearly 2,500 cartons of chopped and shredded romaine lettuce has been recalled by True Leaf Farms, of Salinas, California because of concerns that the produce could be contaminated by listeria monocytogenes (the same bacteria recently found in tainted
When we dont plan out our day there is more freedom for the day to unfold organically. What you need today may be different than what you needed yesterday, or what you will need tomorrow. Give yourself freedom to unravel in new ways, as each day is a gift and a new beginning. Too much routine can trap us and zap the joy out of our lives.
Every parent has their share of awkward moments with their kids, even celebrities!We asked Brooke Burke to share one of her “oops” moments – and how she handled it. So one day, Brooke was in her dressing room at “Dancing with the Stars,” with her daughter Rain and her stylist Justin Ducoty. She’s getting dressed for the show and Justin’s doing his job: “He buttons me up and stitches me up and zips me up and helps me squeeze in and out of my gowns”
It is no secret that mothers have to sacrifice a great deal during and after pregnancy. A new baby brings with it, in addition to unspeakable joy, many changes for the family, and particularly for the mother. However, not a lot of attention is always given to the fact that some of these changes are physical. The fact is, a mothers body generally changes a great deal over the course of, and following a pregnancy. This can often lead mothers to feel differently about themselves once they have had children, and perhaps to lose some confidence in their bodies.
Did you know that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month? During the month of October, Little Giraffe will give love to Breast Cancer Research by donating 10% of all proceeds from their cozy and comforting pink Luke Blanket.
There are certain things you know to expect when having your first baby. You read the books to learn about being a mother; you talk to friends about their own experiences, and you prepare yourself as much as possible before the big day arrives.