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Gwyneth Paltrow praises her own newsletter Goop
Published on August 3rd, 2009 by Gioia & Filed in General. Add Comment

LONDON – American actress Gwyneth Paltrow has nothing but praise for her own weekly “lifestyle” newsletter Goop.

Paltrow, 36, told reporters at a charity gala this week that the newsletter is a big success.

“It’s crazy… crazy!” the Daily Express quoted her as saying.

“I just love it. Corporate America is knocking at my door asking: Will you hawk my product?’” she said.

But the actress insists that she’ll never sell out to “the man”, and follows two cardinal rules.

“No bribes. Also, I won’t say anything negative,” she said.

“If I eat somewhere or stay somewhere and it’s horrible, I won’t talk about it,” she added. (ANI)

Source: Entertainment Daily

Gwyneth, the “long-term” relationship guru
Published on July 20th, 2009 by Gioia & Filed in General. Add Comment

She writes in GOOP newsletter: “A long-term relationship between two people is an ever-evolving organism. Some stay the course, some fall, all stumble.”

The beauty also mentioned that she “asked a few very wise women, most of whom are in varying forms of longtime partnerships, for their insights,” US magazine reports.

Monica Berg, a spiritual teacher and creative director at L.A.’s Kabbalah Center, has also come forward to share her knowledge on relationships.

She explains: “There are no stable marriages. There may be happy ones, but not stable ones.

“Either we are growing forward or falling backwards. This is true in all areas of our life … which is why I believe nurturing relationships is so important.

We owe it to ourselves and those we love not to settle for mediocrity in any way, and instead to nurture and allow our relationships to become the source of joy, support and love that they were intended to be.”

Source: The Times Of India

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