• How to Stop Being Late to Everything

    For our August issue, writer Sarah Elizabeth Richards examines the root of her tardiness problem in her article "Blame It On: Yourself." Richards consults several experts on best time management practices, among them, Diana DeLonzor, author of Never Be Late Again: 7 Cures for the Punctually Challenged. Below DeLonzor shares additional tips for overcoming lateness and a special set of how-tos for the poor souls eternally waiting on them.

  • 25 Easiest Ways to Improve Your Relationship

    Sometimes in the heat of the moment, we worry too much about being right and forget that we're on the same team. For women, talking about problems releases the "feel-good" oxytocin hormone and lowers stress levels, while men just get tired and frustrated. When it comes to long-term relationship health, snuggling is just as important as sex.

  • Why Do Women Still Fake It?

    Recently, The Journal of Sex Research published a study that found that men do take it personally when women don't orgasm. We've seen porn, we've purchased vibrators, we know what we want … and when it still doesn't happen, it feels like our bodies are betraying us.

  • Why I Started Flirting with My Food

    I hear its whisper: "Peppermint Pattie." What? Lauren Sambataro, the director of nutrition at New York's AKT In Motion (a private Upper East Side gym that counts Sarah Jessica Parker and Kelly Ripa among its clientele) says that our brain function-or lack thereof while eating-is complicit in weight gain. "You have to be really aware and present with your food," she tells me. "If you're mindlessly eating, your brain is not acknowledging that there's food coming in.

  • Why Guys Prefer Text-lationships to Real Ones

    Beware the Tinder match who texts incessantly before you even meet: What looks like keen interest in pursuing a relationship may be something else entirely. "Guys may want fleeting moments of connection rather than the prospect of a real thing."

  • I Tried Gwyneth Paltrow's Post-Conscious Uncoupling Energy Healing Treatment

    Reiki, a Japanese treatment in which a healer channels energy through their hands into the body by placing them on different chakra areas, claims to do just that. After Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin's "conscious uncoupling" heard round the Internet, Paltrow was photographed leaving a Reiki session.

  • 10 Raw Foods that Are Good for Your Skin

    Whether you're take the juicing route or simply foregoing the oven, these foods should be in your raw food diet. Kate Middleton has gone raw-as in raw food. The Daily Mail reported earlier this week that the Duchess is trying out a raw food diet. So it's good to hear she isn't trying out this health food craze to shed pounds, but actually to improve her skin.

  • 14 Ways to Get Bikini Ready in 24 Hours

    We're not miracle-workers, but when the bikini countdown is officially on, there are some last minute hacks to putting your best body forward. See how to tackle everything on the fly, from banishing bumps and bruises to nipping bloat in the bud. (And you're not just hearing it from us-we've got tips from certain swimsuit experts like Miranda Kerr, Gisele Bündchen, and more.)

  • 7 Foods that Fight Aging

    Turmeric also protects brain cells and skin cells from free radical damage, improving concentration and slowing the formation of wrinkles and fine lines. Add a dash of ground turmeric to an almond milk, banana, and raw honey smoothie, pan-fry organic eggs in coconut oil and toss in ground turmeric, or sauté kale in coconut oil and turmeric. RELATED: 10 Raw Foods That Are Good for Your Skin Green vegetable juice Juicing green vegetables breaks down the plant's cell walls so the nutrients can quickly be absorbed and assimilated into the body with very minimal digestive effort, making it the quickest way to infuse the body with antioxidants, phytonutrients, enzymes, oxygen, chlorophyll, vitamins, and minerals.

  • The Truth About America's 8 Biggest Fad Diets

    The plan:Celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson kicked off a pureed-food craze a couple years ago when she reportedly advised clients to replace two meals a day with jars of Gerber (seriously), plus a healthy dinner. Anderson has since denied endorsing the diet, but Hedi Slimane and Lady (goo-goo?) Gaga are rumored to be devotees. The payoff: I have never wanted bread more in my life (maybe because I craved texture?) and would actually go home and cram four slices in my mouth at the end of each day. The plan: Developed by Peter J. D'Adamo, ND, Eat Right 4 Your Type (a classic, first published in 1997) is based on the premise that each blood type requires a specialized diet to aid weight loss and improve conditions such as asthma, heartburn, and headaches.

  • What His Body Language is Saying

    Comfort: According to former FBI agent and body language expert Joe Navarro, we have to first ask ourselves a very basic question: Is his overall body language comfortable (leaning toward you, torso and feet pointed in your direction with a comfortable amount of eye contact) or uncomfortable (facing away from you, hands hidden, either staring at you or constantly breaking eye contact)? Context: Fidgeting, avoiding eye contact, and sweating profusely would normally be bad body language-but on a first date, nervousness can make perfect sense.

  • 10 Foods to Help You Burn Calories

    It stimulates an enzyme that tells your fat cells to burn fat. Its monounsaturated fat plumps up cell membranes, enabling cells to better chat with fat-burning hormones.

  • Kendall Jenner Stars in New Givenchy Campaign

    Fresh off her side-pelvis debut, Kendall Jenner is making another big fashion statement: The 18-year-old stars in Givenchy's fall 2014 campaign shot by Mert & Marcus, the brand has confirmed. Appearing alongside Givenchy muse Mariacarla Boscono, Jamie Bochert, and fellow socialite-kid-turned-fashion-darling Peter Brant II, Jenner is almost unrecognizable, staring off into the distance from the bottom left corner.

  • Ask E. Jean: Can You Call Shotgun on a Baby Name?

    Dear E. Jean: I don't know if I'll ever have kids, but one of my dearest friends is pregnant. She may be having a girl, and the name she's chosen is Isabel. That's the name I've always wanted if I were to have a baby girl! I'm distraught!-Tormented

  • Rainbow Colored Hair is Not Just for Celebrities

    It looks like the trickle-down effect doesn't only exist in the fashion world: While style trends usually go from the runway to red carpet to high street, in the land of beauty it skips the middleman and goes straight from Instagram to the masses. Case in point: rainbow hair dye.

  • 8 of the Most Inspiring Fashion Films of All Time

    But Kim Novak's star-making turn as the enigmatic heroine (or is it femme fatale?) steals the show every time. Following a 20-year-old rising model through the pitfalls of the industry, Maggoo is like a Henry James novel…on acid. But that could certainly be said of Michelangelo Antonioni's murder mystery set against the psychedelic underground of swinging London. Look for cameos by David Bailey and Verushka-but pay special attention to Vanessa Redgrave in those knit turtlenecks, A-line skirts, and Op Art plaids.

  • Diet Soda May Not Be as Bad as We Thought

    For diet soda devotees, the results are almost as refreshing as the drink itself: the study found that subjects who consumed diet beverages, including diet sodas, teas, and flavored waters, lost an average of 13 pounds over 12 weeks, while the water-drinking control group lost only 9 pounds. Plus, many studies have reported results to the contrary, notably a 2011 study that found that diet soda drinkers had 70 percent greater increases in waist circumference than non diet soda drinkers over 10 years. And while we're not quite ready to start drinking our diet sodas of choice by the gallon (it is swimsuit season, and carbonated beverages are a known contributor to bloat), you won't find us steering away from it as often.

  • Why is Everyone Fat-Shaming This Opera Singer?

    In my mind, it's never okay to fat shame anyone, ever: Not Alyssa Milano, not Jessica Simpson, not Rob Kardashian, who the media is skewering right now, assuming that because he's male it's fair game. But since that doesn't apply to Tara Erraught, the Irish opera singer pictured above, why are typically articulate newspaper writers fat-shaming her like they're tabloid hacks trying to sell a WORST BODIES OF 2014 issue? Erraught, who currently stars in a British production of Der Rosenkavalier, is facing reviews in many of the British papers that focus on her real-life weight, instead of her performance as Octavian: "Tara Erraught's Octavian is a chubby bundle of puppy-fat," wrote the Financial Times.

  • Stars Who Went to High School Together

    With reunion season coming up, we take a look at celebrities-including Nicole Kidman and Naomi Watts, and Charlie Sheen and Rob Lowe-who took classes together as teenagers When Neil Patrick Harris was attending La Cueva High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico, he had a very high-profile side job-starring as TV's precocious doctor Doogie Howser. Freddie Prinze Jr., who wasn't much of a student but discovered he loved acting.

  • Kate Upton’s Trainer on Gluten-Free Diets, Binge Drinking, and More

    There's a much talked about scene in the The Other Woman, starring Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann and Kate Upton, where Diaz and Upton have a showdown in their bikinis. Upton does a slow, Baywatch-style run looking like a goddess, while an angry and jealous Diaz comes bolting towards her in a jealous rage. So to find out the latest on Upton's workout and diet routine (we know Diaz's secrets now, thanks her new tome, The Body Book), I went straight to the source, and checked in with her trainer David Kirsch. David Kirsch: Everyone wants to know if she is disciplined with her diet and exercise and the answer is that she is amazing about the diet.