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13 Feb 2018
Lillian Rey

How to Change Valentine’s Day Expensive and (let’s admit it) Rather Worn-Out Routine

Valentine’s Day will be here before you know it. For many people, this holiday means last-minute shopping for glittery cards, overpriced flowers, and sugar-packed chocolates, but if you and your partner are getting tired of this expensive and (let’s admit it) rather worn-out routine, you’re in luck. Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be kitschy or unhealthy. Instead, here are three easy strategies for transforming February 14th into a healthier, sexier, and memorable holiday for you and your SO. #1: Change […]

13 Feb 2018

How To Improve Your Relationship With Social Media

If you’re a actor, model, photographer, etc…with an online presence in 2018, there’s no escaping social media. For people (like me) whose livelihoods depend on online advertising, outreach, and networking, the pressure to be constantly active on social media can feel like a crushing, relentless weight. Unlike our non-business-owning friends and family, we can’t afford “social media fasts” or “going off the grid” for days or weeks at a time, and if this makes you feel trapped, you’re not alone. […]

29 Dec 2017
Lillian Rey

How To Seek (and Actually Take) Good Advice

When I want to make a change, whether personal or professional, I like to look for a “hero” in whose footsteps I can follow. I do my research (or look around in my own life) to find a person who already embodies the success I’m seeking. Once I’ve found a “hero,” I study their actions and their decisions, asking myself What did they do differently to make their success possible? Instead of spinning my wheels and staying the same, I […]

25 Dec 2017
Lillian Rey

4 Reasons Why All Breasts in a Sports Bra Matter

In 2017, I made fitness one of my top life priorities. It wasn’t a New Year’s resolution—it was a new life resolution. I decided to take control of my health, and that meant making time to eat well, exercise, and invest in the tools that I needed to succeed, and one of the first things I needed was a good sports bra. As always with my health and training decisions, I started with research, and the more I read, the […]

18 Jan 2017
Lillian Rey

This is Why it Takes Guts to Turn 60-Years-Old

Bette Davis once said, in her classic no-nonsense way, “Old age ain’t no place for sissies.” She even had a sofa pillow embroidered with the quote for all her guests to see. Having recently turned 60 myself, I’m beginning to believe wholeheartedly that Bette was spot-on with her message. One comment I kept receiving on my birthday week was, “You look pretty good for 60.” What does that statement even mean? Is everyone supposed to look bad at 60? If I […]