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The concept was simple. Every night, write down something – anything – that I was grateful for that day, fold it and pop it into a glass jar. For 365 days.
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The queen of self-improvement tells Rachael Ray why she stopped.
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"I couldn’t breathe after the election," she explained.
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Why even bother? Why play a game that was designed for you to lose? The industry is completely unaware of the over-qualified and overlooked people of colour that play an important role in it, often claiming that they don't exist.
This is the best way to stick to your goals.
Winfrey owns a 10-per-cent stake in Weight Watchers.
Watching the news in this year's last trimester, you got the sense the world was going down in flames. Terrorism, mass-shootings, ludicrous presidential candidates, diplomatic malaise. The aftermath of some of these ailments gave way to memorable television moments. Here, some of my most noteworthy television moments for 2015.
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Oprah Winfrey may bring some of her fans to the point of tears with her generous gifts, but it turns out she once broke down herself on her show. On a 2002 episode of "The Oprah Winfrey Show", the hos...
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Happy birthday, Oprah Winfrey! The media titan turns 61 years old on Thursday, Jan. 29 and girl has never looked better. Although the OWN founder gone through many professional and physical transform...
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I'm a child of television and have grown up on great television. I recognize TV is a tough business and it's hard to make television that is good. Thankfully, good television is still being made and 2014 had its share of great TV moments. Here, some of my favourites.
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Let's give thanks to ourselves for all our hard work and tired bones; let's take a deep breath, relax our shoulders from up beside our ears; sign up to have someone take care of us for a change, and book ourselves a vacation. Exhale. Feels good doesn't it?
Those words secretly worked magic on me. As a disabled person, I had an extra swing in my waist that never bothered me. The joy in my feet was something far more powerful than anyone could understand. The flash in my teeth, were vicious to those that fed me negativity, and the same flash was a brilliant smile that won the hearts of those that I cared about.