Handling the Press

Rock star David Bowie knew how to charm reporters. According to the Digital Spy website, when a magazine ran a series on some of the journalists who’d interviewed him over the years, they discovered that he’d played the same trick on them over and over again: Bowie would schedule a 45-minute interview. When his aide

Mistaken Identity

Even Queen Elizabeth II sometimes goes unrecognized. A story from the Hello magazine website tells of a time when the queen’s car drove up to the Royal Windsor Horse Show in 1991. A guard walked up and told her, “Sorry, love, you can’t come in without a sticker.” Unfazed, her majesty answered, “I think if

Meeting of Minds

The famous movie actor/director Charlie Chaplin once met the world-renowned physicist, Albert Einstein at a public event. According to the Storypick website, Einstein told the comedian: “WhatI most admire about your art is your universality. You don’t say a word, yet the world understands you.” To which Chaplin replied, “True. But your glory is even

Don’t Give Up Your Resolutions Yet!

Resolutions come easy in December, but by now, most resolutions have been forgotten, are a mess, or have been given up on entirely. No, I’m not here to make you feel bad about it! I’m here to share some of the things I personally do to try to keep myself on track (sometimes I do