“I’m not a teenage girl, and I wasn’t selected to appear in makeup ads. I’m a 31-year-old dude, a reporter for the New York Daily News who was picked off a Manhattan street to become one of the faces – and bodies — of Dove’s new line of skin care for men,” so writes Rich Schapiro in a new Lemondrop.com article.
His account of being picked up on the street and whirled to Paris for a Dove campaign — dry nipples and all — is such a fun read. Check it out:
I was so happy to be invited by Kanami Kawaguchi, founder of Kanami Chocolates, to taste some of her unique homemade organic treats. She makes a special Japanese chocolate called “nama choco” (“nama” means raw in Japanese).
I’ve tried my fair share of fro-yo joints, but this one’s hands down my favorite: IceBerry in the DC-area.
I can seriously eat it any time of the day. It’s probably a good thing I end up eating it as a meal otherwise you might see a froyo-induced contingent appear soon on my waistline. Must not jinx self in blog post, must not jinx self in blog post, must not… The silver lining: it’s not loaded with calories (yes!). Plus, all you lactose-intolerant folk have no excuse — yogurt has enzymes that assist in breaking down dairy, allowing said people to ingest yogurt and frozen yogurt with little or no side effects.
I love hair products that do all the work for you. This is one of those.
I was sent Philip Kingsley Maximizerto try, and I was excited to give it a try. Especially considering the world-renowned Philip Kingsley is the founder of the Trichological Clinics in London’s Mayfair and Harrods, and in New York — also dubbed “The Hair Doctor.”