What I’m about to air is an unpopular opinion, especially in this day and age. But before you judge me, hear me out: I hate shopping online. I know. I know. Several of my colleagues turn a blind eye when I mention the mere thought of it, seeing as half of our office considers Amazon Prime a necessity rather than a luxury. But I just can’t.
After one too many glitches and failed experiences, I’ve realized virtual retail therapy truly isn’t for me. And in the slideshow ahead, I’ll take you through every reason why
Everyone is coming over next week, including Mom and Dad, siblings, Grandma and Grandpa, a few close friends, that lonely coworker, and maybe that one strange cousin. It’s time to get down to business. Planning and executing a Thanksgiving feast—and fete—takes some serious energy and a lot of strategizing, especially when you’re a first-time host whose prior cooking experience has gone only so far as a Blue Apron box. Before you bust out the Ina Garten cookbook
David Beckham constantly reminds us of his commitment to his family. He’s there to support his children in all of their endeavors, including photography for 17-year-old Brooklyn and singing for 11-year-old Cruz. And now, he’s encouraging 5-year-old Harper in ballet.
We’ve all heard of a soccer mom, and, according to The Sun, Beckham has become a ballet dad. Sources tell the British publication that the former professional soccer star takes his daughter to her classes at the English National Ballet each week.