40 Best Suzanne Somers Quotes About Health And Wellness

Cancer survivor, Suzanne Somers, believes in balancing your hormones for a long, healthy life.

Suzanne Somers was born October 16, 1946 in California, and she has led a full, exciting life as a successful actress, author and businesswoman — paving the way for women in the health and wellness industry with her numerous best-selling books about aging, ridding your body of toxins and balancing hormones.

Somers was raised in an Irish-American Catholic family. Her mother was a medical secretary and her father was a laborer and gardener. Unfortunately, recalls her childhood as “joyless” due to her father’s battle with alcohol addiction.

Suzanne married Bruce Somers at the age of 19, gave birth to her son, Bruce Jr, in November 1965, and then divorced her husband not long after.

After becoming a model on the Anniversary Game show, Suzanne Somers met her second husband, Alan Hamel they married in 1977 and have been happily together ever since.

Known for her roles as Chrissy Snow on the sitcom Three’s Company in 1977 and as Carol Foster in the 1991 TV show Step By Step, famously blonde Somers has appeared on a variety of television shows and movies over the past few decades.

In 2001, Suzanne Somers was diagnosed with breast cancer, which she successfully treated with radiation therapy and lscador, a drug made from a mistletoe extract.

After her acting career, Suzanne Somers started promoting beauty and fitness brands through her online store. She was most famous for her involvement with The Thighmaster, but she her expertise as a fitness guru to the next level by writing numerous books. According to Somers, “writing is my greatest passion because I can share the things that matter most to me with you.” As of this year, Suzanne Somers has authored over twenty books, 14 of them being New York Times bestsellers — including Sexy Forever, Knockout and The Sexy Years. Her most recent book release, A New Way to Age: The Most Cutting-Edge Advances in Antiaging came out in January 2020, and it covers topics about aging well and natural alternatives that will increase your aging process to be a good one.

Over the last few months, Suzanne Somers has faced backlash for posting a nude photo on her Instagram with the caption, “Here I am at 73 in my Birthday Suit!!!“, but many of her fans praise her …

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50 Best Brad Pitt Quotes About Love, Happiness & Being Hollywood’s Biggest Heartthrob

How is Brad Pitt doing? Better than ever.

If you don’t know the name Brad Pitt, you probably live under a rock. But if you have seen Fight Club maybe a few hundred times, you are in the right place!

William Bradley Pitt —known to all of us simply as legendary heartthrob, Brad Pitt — is an American actor and producer who has a lengthy and impressive resume. Born in Shawnee, Oklahoma, Pitt didn’t start out famous — he started his career in the film industry in college, after having a change of heart and dropping out of school just two credits shy of graduating from the University of Missouri. Brad Pitt headed straight to Los Angeles, California, at the age of 24, where he spent his first couple of months as a chauffer and delivering refrigerators while trying to figure out how to become an actor.

After he enrolled in an acting class, his scene partner asked if he would accompany her and her agent for an audition. The agent decided to sign Brad Pitt and his acting career skyrocketed almost immediately.

Brad Pitt’s first couple of appearances were in television series such as Dallas, Growing Pains, and Glory Days. In 1989, Pitt made his big day debut in the horror film Cutting Class. Soon after, he landed a role in the film Across The Tracks, which gave him the attention to be picked up for Thelma and Louise. Although he received a short bit of screen time in this film, it was enough for everyone to rewind their VCR’s and pause those moments where the (a little older than) teenage heartthrob was present.

Pitt went on to grab numerous acting roles, but one of the biggest was the adaptation of Interview With the Vampire, where he worked alongside Tom Cruise.

Brad Pitt has won multiple awards throughout his acting career, such as Golden Globes, Emmy awards, as well as many nominations. Pitt has a producing company called “Plan B Entertainment,” and he is a global activist who advocates for stem-cell research, poverty, and AIDS. Pitt is also one of the founders of “Not On Our Watch” — an organization that raises global awareness to violations of human rights in countries like Darfur and others.

Brad Pitt is easily one of the most recognizable actors in Hollywood, even to this day, and continues …

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38 Quotes From Celebrities Who Know How To Make Love Last

Here are their secrets to a successful relationship.

Falling in love? That’s the easy part. But once the honeymoon dust settles, how do you nurture a loving and lasting relationship? What’s the glue that holds it all together?

From New York to Los Angeles and towns in between, YourTango set out to discover that answer by asking, “What’s the best love advice you ever heard?” 

Here, you’ll learn the marriage mantra Kyra Sedgwick shared with Angie Harmon, why actor Eric Dane considers himself so lucky in love, and much more. 

1.

“My mom always used to say, “You can’t say I love you before you can say I.” And I think that sort of makes sense.” — Mindy Kaling​

2.

“From my mom and dad, because they’re happily married for a long time: Just listen. Listen to him. I’m so independent and driven and stubborn. Just let him talk. It’s about not being so stubborn and having to win every argument. My parents set a great example. They love each other and take care of each other so much.” — Erin Andrews

3.

“It’s kind of cheesy, but my mama, who you all have seen on the show, says to cook for your man. She’s Southern, so when he comes home, be pullin’ a pie out of the oven. That’s always been her advice, and you know what? It works. Your man wants to see you in the kitchen, puttin’ some love into some food; it works for Eric, that’s for sure.” — Jessie James

4.

“The best advice I’ve ever been given is being handed a Bible. That’s the blueprint for marriage that we go by, and that’s what our marriage is grounded in. We also have other married couples who are examples in our lives. My parents have been married over 40 years, and both sets of grandparents for over 65 years. When you see couples in long-term relationships and you see them go through good times and bad times, you realize it’s about being committed enough and loving your partner enough to hang in there regardless.” — Candace Cameron Bure​

5.

“My mom told me, “It shouldn’t be that difficult.” My parents had their moments for sure, but the majority of their relationship has been really great. It shouldn’t be that much work to make love work.” — Anthony Carrino​

6.

“Always be honest.” — John Colaneri​…

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50 Inspirational Love Quotes From Famous People Guaranteed To Make You Feel Things

Feel something going pitter-patter? That’s your heart, silly!

As Plato once said, “At the touch of love, everyone becomes a poet.”

Don’t agree? It’s not hard to see why.

Many tongue-tied lovers stumble over themselves when trying to figure out just the right way to say “I love you.”

After all, it’s not easy to fully express exactly how it is you feel about the person you love most.

It’s not like most of us walk around with a endless supply of our favorite love quotes at the top of our mind and on the tip of our tongue. Honestly, if we did, we might sound even more awkward than we do otherwise.

Luckily, however, the internet is an endless resource for finding inspirational phrases and saying that poets, musicians, artists, philosophers and screenwriters have written or uttered, putting this most elusive and complex feeling into words.

We certainly can’t all expect to be Shakespeare, Joyce, or a Brontë sister, but we absolutely can sift through the treasure trove of quotes about love which they and other brilliant minds created for us all.

While every love is unique, there is a collective nature to the emotions involved in that heady mix of passion, fear, joy, worry, excitement and trepidation. So even if some of the most famous love quotes you’ve read in the past did little to speak to your particular soul, we can guarantee that there are at least several gathered here that will make you say, “Yes. That.”

Of course, you don’t have to take our word for it. Take your time, letting the words glide through your mind, heart and soul. When your heart beats quickly and you can’t help but think of your own him or her, you’ll know you found the one to save (and maybe even to share with them).

So pour yourself a glass of wine, relax and picture the person who makes your heart dance. Then enjoy the beautiful words written, spoken or sung by some of the most gifted minds in the world.

Here are our favorite 50 inspirational love quotes from famous authors, artists, musicians, movies and more to help you let him or her know exactly how you feel.

1. Love is fairly simple

“Love consists of this: two solitudes that meet, protect and greet each other.” — Rainer Maria Rilke

2. Close your eyes and let yourself feel

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40 Best James Lipton Quotes About Acting, Hollywood & Pursuing Your Passions

A name that will be missed by Hollywood.

James Lipton was born on September 19th, 1926 and died recently at his home in Manhattan — on March 2nd, 2020 — from bladder cancer at the age of 93. A writer, lyricist, actor and at one point the dean of a drama school in New York City called Actor’s Studio Drama School at Pace University, Lipton produced, wrote and hosted a show on Bravo television called, Inside the Actor’s Studio.

Lipton is originally from Detroit, Michigan. His mother was a teacher and librarian, and his father, a graphic designer, and columnist. Lipton worked as a paperboy as a child and an actor in the Catholic Theater of Detroit as well as on the radio. He graduated from Central High School in Detroit and went to Wayne State University for a year and then joined the U.S. Air Force.

James Lipton was originally going to pursue a career as a lawyer and picked up acting on the side to help finance his career and education. He eventually picked up dancing and choreography skills and was cast in Broadway roles such as The Autumn Garden, Sherry! and The Man Who Came to Dinner. He was also in a film called The Big Break.

Lipton also succeeded as an author for the book he wrote called An Exaltation of Larks. He eventually published another novel entitled, Mirrors. This book was able to be turned into a television series as well.

Lipton appeared on multiple episodes of Arrested Development playing Warden Stefan Gentles. He was also the voice of the director in Disney’s Bolt.

James Lipton had a desire to initiate a 3-year education program for actors to teach them everything he had learned. His school joined with New York City’s New School University to form the Actors Studio Drama School. This eventually was molded into The Actors Studio Drama School at Pace University.

In Lipton’s personal life, he was married to an actress, Nina Foch, from 1954-1959. He married model Kedakai Turner Lipton in 1970 and was with her ever since. Kedakai was also the illustration designer of Lipton’s book, An Exaltation of Larks, The Ultimate Edition.

Lipton also learned how to become a pilot in his personal time. He was certified in Airplane Single Engine Land planes and had been flying since 1980 …

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40 Best Kirk Douglas Quotes About Acting & Dealing With Adversity

Kirk Douglas died on Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at the age of 103.

It’s a sad day when you lose such an important person in the film industry. We as inpiduals can’t help but look up to actors, directors, writers and singers in the entertainment industry. We see a bit of ourselves in the people we see on screen and we want to achieve some of their success, so it cuts deep when those people we look up to pass away.

Timeless actor and Hollywood legend, Kirk Douglas, born on December 9, 1916, died on Wednesday, February 5, 2020 at the age of 103.

An icon of Hollywood’s Golden Age, Douglas starred in movies such as Champion, Spartacus and The Bad and the Beautiful.

Kirk Douglas had an immensely successful career as an actor, director and author, but he also was a father to another famous actor, Michael Douglas — which meant not only did he have a successful life, but also a fulfilling one. One of four of Kirk Douglas’ kids, Michael Douglas wrote a heartfelt message on Instagram to commemorate his father’s passing, explaining that his father, “To the world, was a legend, an actor from the golden age of movies who lived well into his golden years, a humanitarian whose commitment to justice and the causes he believed in set a standard for all of us to aspire to.”

Michael Douglas went on to say that to him and his brothers, though, Kirk Douglas was “simply Dad … to his grandchildren and great-grandchild their loving grandfather, and to his wife Anne, a wonderful husband.”

Kirk Douglas was an amazing actor, possibly one of the best male stars ever. He was nominated for best actor three times by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. In 1996 Kirk Douglas received an honorary Oscar in 1996.

He may have retired in 2004, but Kirk Douglas acted in over 70 films before he did.

He took the world by storm and won’t soon be forgotten, so we gathered 40 of the best Kirk Douglas quotes about life, love and his passion for acting to help us remember the impact he made.

1. Kirk Douglas knew a thing or two about life.

“The learning process continues until the day you die.”

2. He believed that a spouse says a lot about a person.

“If you want to know about …

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Quotes For Women | Stepping Away From Stereotypes in Hindi

#MeToo और Time’s Up जैसे आंदोलनों के समय में, महिला सशक्तीकरण समानता के संघर्ष में एक मजबूत मांग बन गया है। फिर, हम यह भूल जाते हैं कि एक निष्पक्ष सामाजिक उपचार के लिए महिला की लड़ाई वास्तव में एक पुराना मुद्दा रहा है प्राचीन यूनानी कालिपतिरा, 428 ईसा पूर्व ओलंपिक खेलों में भाग लेने के लिए रोड्स की एक महिला, एक पुरुष के रूप में प्रच्छन्न।

चाहे महिलाओं के लिए विशेष रूप से लिखा गया हो या केवल चीजों के सकारात्मक पक्ष पर प्रकाश डालने के लिए प्रेरित करने, प्रेरित करने या कास्ट करने की कोशिश की गई हो, इस सूची के उद्धरण अंतर्राष्ट्रीय महिला दिवस पर साझा करने या वर्ष के किसी अन्य दिन शाब्दिक रूप से आदर्श हैं। रूढ़ियों से दूर, इन महिलाओं के उद्धरण आपको सशक्त बनाएंगे और आपको दिन को जब्त करने के लिए प्रोत्साहित करेंगे।

महिलाओं के लिए सर्वश्रेष्ठ उद्धरण

  • जो चीज आपको अलग या अजीब बनाती है, वह है आपकी ताकत। मेरिल स्ट्रीप
  • कहानियों से संतुष्ट नहीं होना चाहिए कि कैसे चीजें दूसरों के साथ चली गई हैं। अपने स्वयं के मिथक को अनफॉलो करें। रूमी
  • दुनिया को कोई भी नहीं बदलता है जो पागल नहीं है। बिली जीन किंग
  • यदि यह एक अच्छा विचार है, तो आगे बढ़ें और इसे करें। अनुमति प्राप्त करने की तुलना में माफी माँगना बहुत आसान है। ग्रेस हॉपर
  • आप कभी भी पैरों के निशान नहीं छोड़ सकते हैं, जो कि हमेशा अगर आप टिपटो पर चल रहे हैं। लेमाह गॉबी
  • यदि आप उस सड़क की तरह नहीं हैं, जिस पर आप चल रहे हैं, तो एक और फ़र्श शुरू करें। डॉली पार्टन
  • यह देखने के लिए कि क्या आप इसे सही कर रहे हैं, अपने पैरों को न देखें। सिर्फ नृत्य। ऐनी लैमोट
  • आप सभी को खुश नहीं कर सकते, और आप सभी को अपने जैसा नहीं बना सकते। केटी कौरिक
  • रोशनी दीजिए और लोगों को रास्ता मिल जाएगा। एला बेकर
  • हमें कई हार का सामना करना पड़ सकता है लेकिन हमें पराजित नहीं होना चाहिए। माया एंजेलो
  • हमारे द्वारा ली जाने वाली सांसों की संख्या से जीवन को नहीं मापा जाता है, बल्कि वे क्षण जो हमारी सांस को रोक लेते हैं। माया एंजेलो
  • किसी को भी अपनी कल्पना, अपनी रचनात्मकता या अपनी जिज्ञासा से लुटने न दें। यह दुनिया में आपकी जगह है; यह आपकी जिंदगी है। डॉ। मै जेमिसन
  • क्या आप अपने जीवन के प्यार को पूरा करना चाहते हैं? आइने में
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40 Best Kirk Douglas Quotes About Life, Acting, And Dealing With Adversity

Kirk Douglas died on Wednesday at the age of 103.

It’s a sad day when you lose such an important person in the film industry. We as individuals can’t help but look up to actors, directors, writers and singers in the entertainment industry. We see a bit of ourselves in the people we see on screen and we want to achieve some of their success, so it cuts deep when those people we look up to pass away.

Timeless actor and Hollywood legend, Kirk Douglas, died yesterday at the old age of 103. Icon of the Hollywood Golden Age, Douglas starred in movies such as Champion, Spartacus and The Bad and the Beautiful.

Kirk Douglas had an immensely successful career as an actor, director and author, but he also was a father to another famous actor, Michael Douglas — which meant not only did he have a successful life, but also a fulfilling one. One of four of Kirk Douglas’ kids, Michael Douglas wrote a heartfelt message on Instagram to commemorate his father’s passing, explaining that his father, “To the world, was a legend, an actor from the golden age of movies who lived well into his golden years, a humanitarian whose commitment to justice and the causes he believed in set a standard for all of us to aspire to.”

Michael Douglas went on to say that to him and his brothers, though, Kirk Douglas was “simply Dad … to his grandchildren and great-grandchild their loving grandfather, and to his wife Anne, a wonderful husband.”

Kirk Douglas was an amazing actor, possibly one of the best male stars ever. He was nominated for best actor three times by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. In 1996 Kirk Douglas received an honorary Oscar in 1996.

He may have retired in 2004, but Kirk Douglas acted in over 70 films before he did. He took the world by storm and won’t soon be forgotten, so we’ve gathered some of the best Kirk Douglas quotes about life, love and his passion for acting to help us remember the impact he made.

1. Kirk Douglas knew a thing or two about life.

“The learning process continues until the day you die.” — Kirk Douglas

2. He believed that a spouse says a lot about a person.

“If you want to know about a man, you can find out an awful …

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50 Inspirational Kobe Bryant Quotes On Hard Work & Letting Go Of The Fears That Hold You Back From Success

Kobe Bryant believed in overcoming his fears to become the greatest person he could be.

Kobe Bryant was a legendary basketball player, completing 20 seasons in the NBA and winning five NBA world championships with the Los Angeles Lakers before his retirement in 2016. Known to be one of the greatest basketball players of all time, he often went by his self-given nickname “Black Mamba” on the court, which, to him, reminded him of who he wanted to be when he stepped into each game. In a 2015 interview with Ahmad Rashad, Bryant explained, “When I step on that court, I become [Black Mamba]. I am that killer snake. I’m stone cold, man.”

Sadly, on the morning of January 26, 2020, Kobe Bryant — along with his 13-year old daughter Gianna (Gigi) and seven other victims — lost their lives in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California.

Kobe Bryant was born with a love and passion for sports — especially basketball. His father, Joe Bryant, had his own success in the NBA until 1983, and continued to coach professional basketball ever since, so Kobe Bryant started learning the sport when he was just three years old. After playing soccer for most of his childhood in Italy, he fully embraced the game of basketball when he moved back to the United States during his high school years — he soon earned national recognition, becoming the second youngest NBA player in history as he joined the Los Angeles Lakers.

Often compared to the likes of Michael Jordan and Shaquille O’Neal, Kobe Bryant got the chance to prove his talents through his 20-season career with the Lakers, earning the title of Most Valuable Player in the NBA in 2008, becoming an 18-time NBA All-Star and a member of the All-NBA Team 15 times.

Not only was Kobe Bryant an unstoppable basketball player, but he also made a name for himself excelling in business and becoming a successful venture capitalist. He lent his name to sports industry brands and invested millions of dollars in the technology and media industries, including a sizable investment in BodyArmor that paid off well after Coca-Cola purchased a minority investment in 2014.

Kobe Bryant raised four daughters with his wife, Vanessa — 17-year-old Natalia Diamante, 13-year-old Gianna Maria-Onore, 3-year-old Bianka Bella and Capri Kobe Bryant, who was born just last June.

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28 Best Bo Burnham Jokes & Funny Quotes From His Best Comedy Shows

Goodbye sadness, hello jokes.

Bo Burnham is a man of many talents — he’s a comedian, musician, actor, director, and poet. He got his start on YouTube in 2006. However, he was posting funny songs on YouTube before it became a platform that really created celebrities and careers. He was simply posting silly songs he recorded in his high school bedroom to share with his friends and family.

Bo Burnham’s YouTube videos became a hit and now they have over 200 million views.

In 2008, he signed a four-year record deal with Comedy Central Records. He also released his EP, Bo fo Sho, that year. In 2009, he recorded a half-hour Comedy Central special and became the youngest comedian, at the age of 18, to release a special on the network. His full-length album titled Bo Burnham also came out that same year.

Burnham was born and raised in Massachusetts where he graduated from an all-boys catholic school called St. John’s Preparatory School. He was involved in the theatre program and worked diligently to be on the honor roll throughout his high school years. When he graduated in 2008, he got into New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts to study experimental theatre. However, he decided to not attend and instead focus on his comedy pursuits.

In 2010, Bo Burnham released his second album called Words Words Words and recorded his first live special, of the same name, and it aired on Comedy Central. That year he was nominated for “Best Comedy Show” at the Edinburgh Comedy Awards for his Words Words Words performance.

That year he also wrote, produced, and starred in an MTV reality show satire called Zach Stone Is Gonna Be Famous. Each episode focused on Zach rebranding himself in hopes to become famous and it was an intelligent subversion of the reality television genre. However, placing the show on a network among the reality shows he is poking fun of caused some viewers to not understand that it was satirical, thus it was not picked up for a second season.

Bo Burnham’s third comedy special and album, What., came out in 2013 on Netflix, as well as his YouTube channel. That same year he also released his first poetry book, Egghead: Or, You Can’t Survive on Ideas Alone.

His third stand-up special, Make Happy, was released on Netflix in 2016.

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