When I was a little girl, I dreamed of performing on Broadway. In fact, I’d spend most of my time singing in front of my mirror daydreaming about where my life would lead and all the exciting things I was going to do.
I’ve been finding myself working nearly all hours of the day and night. I sleep with my phone next to my bed, so the minute I wake up in the morning, I check my text messages and emails to make sure I haven’t missed any work while I was asleep. You see, we recently took on a new client that’s in a time zone that’s nine hours ahead of us – which means they’re working while we’re sleeping which means my perception of a nine to five work schedule has officially gone out the window.
A few weeks ago, I had the opportunity to meet the cast of “Gifted,” which stars Chris Evans, Jenny Slate, Octavia Spencer and McKenna Grace. While I really enjoyed the film and the message it shared about letting a brilliant young girl enjoy her childhood, I was blown away by the performance of the film’s youngest star, McKenna Grace.
My 82 year old father in law has always lived by a mantra that I recite every time I choose to indulge in an experience that might be a bit out of my price range: “You can’t put a price on a good time!” After attending the premiere of the new film “Going in Style,” it makes me even more convinced that my father in law is totally on to something – life is too short to not be spending time and money on the people you love most.
I’ve been to California nearly one dozen times and most of my visits have included a stop to memorable sites like the Hollywood Sign, Grauman’s Chinese Theater or the Ripley’s Believe it or Not Museum. Little did I know that a beautiful drive up the Pacific Coast Highway would take me to one of the most beautiful wineries I’ve ever seen in my life – and trust me, as a wine lover, I have seen a lot of vineyards but nothing comes close to this one. I first found out about the Malibu Wine Safari through the Los Angeles Tourism Bureau and have to say that the moment I checked out their website, I was hooked. I mean, who wouldn’t love going on an outdoor adventure that included some light hiking, the chance to meet famous animals, and sampling wine and cheese along the way amidst a backdrop that was absolutely majestic.
We’re back again this week tackling our favorite topic — diet and weight loss! This time, we’re interviewing Ryan Frankel and his wife Erika. Together, the pair, who have already been featured on Shark Tank have launched their latest venture — Eduplated, an online resource for those of us searching for a sensible way to lose weight and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
I am super excited to announce that I’ve just kicked off a brand new podcast called “52 Weeks with Beth…
I don’t know about you, but I hate going to the gym. I hate feeling self conscious. I hate going to a class and feeling like the most out of shape person there. I hate seeing my reflection in the mirrors and I hate screaming kids in locker rooms and I hate walking into a spin class and thinking there’s a bike available but in reality, three quarters of the bikes are broken and a lot of the participants are on their third class of the morning and they’re not going anywhere.
When it comes to health, there are certain instances in your life that stop you dead in your tracks. For me and my daughter, there’s only one thing that can keep us from cruising through our busy lives — gastrointestinal pain. While I don’t talk about it among friends or strangers for that matter, I typically don’t have many issues when it comes to my gut. But when I do, I pretty much dread that feeling where all you do is pray the pain will stop and you vow never to eat whatever got you into that mess in the first place.
I want to start by telling you how sorry I am that your mom was unable to realize her dream Tuesday night to become the first woman in our nation to become the president of the United States. As millions of women, I am shocked, saddened and dismayed by the outcome of the election but I thought I would take the time to tell you that as your mom’s daughter, the fight will never end. It has only just begun.