A Pizza Bed & Other Imaginative Creations

June 26, 2014 by

She had us with the Pizza Bed! Brooklyn based freelance art director Claire Maganiello has a penchant for storytelling, problem solving, snapbacks and pizza. We can’t think of a better way to drift off into dreamland than wrapped up in our favorite food. The scrumptious looking blanket and puffy crust pillows are sure to bring on some spicy dreams, without the heartburn. Claire is part of the ... [Read More]

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Burns Survivor Turia Pitt Graces Top-Selling Magazine Cover Proving That Confidence Equals Beauty

June 26, 2014 by

Over the past eighty years, Australia's top-selling magazine - The Australian Women's Weekly - has been celebrating inspirational women from its home country. For its special July issue, which hit newsstands today, Weekly editors took their mission to the next level by featuring mining engineer ... [Read More]


Forgiveness Day: 10 Awesome Quotes To Inspire You To Forgive Someone (Or Yourself)

June 26, 2014 by

June 26 is Forgiveness Day, a designated 24 hour period in which to forgive and/or be forgiven. We know it's hard (often near impossible) to let go of the anger, free yourself of the resentment, grant that pardon, or accept that "I'm sorry." But trust us, the world (and everyone in it) will be MUCH better off if we all embrace ... [Read More]


Mash-Up Of The Century: Mrs. Potato Head As Wonder Woman

June 25, 2014 by

Earlier this spring, there was a new study released on how playing with different kinds of toys can change a girl’s outlook on life and their future choices. The study compared several types of Barbie dolls with Mrs. Potato Head. The results were interesting and we talked about them here. We were pretty excited to learn that our long lost friend, Mrs. Potato Head, ... [Read More]


111 Years Ago Today Marie Curie Announced Her Discovery Of Radium And Made History

June 25, 2014 by

111 years ago today, on June 25, 1903, Madame Marie Curie (1867–1934), a Polish-born physicist and chemist, and one of the most famous scientists of her time, announced her discovery of radium, a new radioactive element, which was critical to the development of x-rays in surgery, and the field of radiology. ... [Read More]


Social Media Is Buzzing About The New “It” Show Of Summer 2014… Rack & Ruin

June 24, 2014 by

Rack & Ruin, the latest binge-worthy show to hit the web, made its streaming debut last Wednesday, and is already getting rave reviews. The 5 mini-sode, female-driven comedy series centers on Saffron, a masochistic, people-pleasing Brit, desperate for a job and a new life, who lands a position at an absurdly toxic, ... [Read More]


Sleep Deprived? Turn Off The Technology!

June 24, 2014 by

We all know that technology is taking its toll on relationships and family dynamics, but it’s also affecting our sleep! Whether it’s an email or a desperate attempt to respond to every wrong person online, the internet and all of its diversions are keeping us from getting enough zzzzz’s. According to the National Sleep Foundation, 95% of people ... [Read More]


We Need More “Models Of Diversity”. Because Not Everyone Makes A Stand Standing.

June 23, 2014 by

Chelsey Jay, a 23-year-old woman from Essex, England lived the first 20 years of her life as an able-bodied person. Then, everything changed. She developed the neurological condition postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome. POTS is a rare condition that affects blood flow, causing people afflicted ... [Read More]