No matter how much you love your family, there are some things you will never (ever) discuss. According to Will Smith, unfortunately, most of those things are regular topics of discussion on his wife's show, Red Table Talk.
It's Gemini season, ladies! It's time to take advantage of this communicative time of year and spend time with people we like and thanks to the big Mercurian energy you'll feel over the next two weeks, you'll have the boost of charm you need to make any interaction a win.
Socializing is dope and all, but we all know that there's no better way to kick it with someone than to sit in silence for hours at a time for an epic binge session.
The time has come for us to debunk a few old wives tales that have been passed down for generations. For example, I was taught that if you put your purse on the floor, you won't have any money. If you go outside with no clothes on, you'll catch pneumonia in your ass (a direct quote from my mother, by the way). And I also learned that if you don't run your chicken under some water before you cook it, you just might die.
Last November, British Pop Legends, the Spice Girls, announced that they would be reuniting for the first time since 2012 to give us the 90s' flashback experience we didn't know we needed. Four of the five group members will be kicking off their world tour on the 24th in Ireland, but recent news of Mel B.'s unique medical condition threatened to bring these plans to a halt.
Ever since I was little, I've had beef with money. In my mind, if money was truly the root of all evil, it made no sense that it was the central focus of attention for everyone around me. I saw the adults in my life fight and end relationships over financial difficulty, but on the other hand, an influx in wealth would also be the only thing that would bring us all together.
Graduation season is a bittersweet time that we don't quite know how to feel about until the fateful day when we remove our training wheels, walk across the stage and truly become the masters of our future. Along with saying goodbye to claustrophobic dorm rooms and early morning classes, we also are forced to take a hard look at what we plan to do with our lives, and if you were anything like me as a grad, you had no f*cking clue.