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Tamera Mowry-Housley: “I Try To Take It One Moment At a Time”

Tamera Mowry Housley: “I Try To Take It One Moment At a Time”

Sister, Sister star Tamera Mowry-Housley recently teamed up with Playtex Baby and child illustrator Julie Olson for the Beginnings Imagined project.

The project is an opportunity to win a bespoke illustration and story of what their little one could become and be entered to win a grand prize of a $5,000 scholarship to help them fulfill their dreams.

CBS: How did you get involved with Playtex Baby and child illustrator Julie Olson and the Beginnings Imagined project?

“My team introduced me to Playtex Baby right after Aden was born. A few months after the “here’s the deal” video series, Playtex Baby pitched us the idea of the Beginnings Imagined Project. I love everything baby and mommy so it’s not a surprise I teamed up with Playtex once again. I’m always comforted in knowing that Playtex focuses on the individual needs of children. Which is why this contest is so great. It helps us parents capture our child’s one of a kind personality with an adorable souvenir that we can keep forever.”

CBS: How meaningful was Aden’s illustration to you as a Mom?

“I was so impressed with Julie Olson’s illustration of Aden. Physically, she captured him perfectly. But what really impressed me was how they captured Aden’s personality. Aden is so curious and energetic, and the illustration shows the possibility of Aden being an explorer as an adult and changing the world. As a mom, impacting the world in a positive way is one of the best things you would want for your child.”

CBS: Playtex Baby is offering a give-a-way of one of these amazing illustrations. How can moms enter to win?

“All you have to do is visit IMAGINED.PLAYTEXBABY.COM, answer some questions about your child and submit an image of your child that you love. The questions are as simple as what is your child’s hair and eye color, ethnicity to what is your child’s favorite toy, favorite activity, etc.”

CBS: This isn’t your first partnership with Playtex Baby, what kind of response have you received from the “Here’s the Deal” video series?

“I had a lot of fun doing that series. It was so encouraging to be around real moms experiences the same things you as a mom experience. The main response from doing the series is supportive. The moms were very supportive and encouraging towards each other. It was relieving to know we as moms are experiencing this thing called motherhood together.”

CBS: Tell us about your new daytime talk show THE REAL. What inspired you to be a host on a talk show?

“I’ve always wanted to be a talk show host at some point in my life. I’ve always said once I have kids it would be something I would like to do.”
CBS: How do you juggle working and being a mom of a toddler?

“I’m still trying to figure it out. Ha. I try to take it a moment at a time, a day at a time. I prioritize and organize my life. That helps a lot.”

CBS: What tips can you give other moms who are headed back to work?

“Have patience with yourself. At first, the mommy guilt can be hard. However, each day it’ll get easier.”

CBS: Father’s Day is just around the corner, what kinds of traditions are you creating with Aden to celebrate your husband (Adam Housley) being a great Dad?

“It’s funny I try to let Adam have his day off for Fathers Day. Like he does with me for Mothers’ Day. But he won’t allow it. Adam loves being a dad every moment of the day. But what’s great about Fathers Day is that baseball is always in season. So I cook and let the boys watch baseball. Aden loves baseball. Like loves. I love to see the smiles on both of their faces.”
CBS: What’s up next for you?

“Having fun just being myself on, “The Real”. Can’t wait to see my girls.

Tamera Mowry Housley: “I Try To Take It One Moment At a Time”
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Transformation Tuesday: The Greatest Teen Movie Makeovers Of All Time

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Cue the cheesy music, slow motion entrance, and instant popularity- it’s the classic movie makeover! Yeah, yeah, we know the most important lesson in life is that what’s on the inside matters, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, etc. etc. but we can’t get to the moral of the story without a makeover montage that really teaches us the lesson to come. Right?

There are countless teen movies and rom-coms where we see beasts turn to babes and zeros to heroes, and as corny as they may be, they’re still entertaining as hell. While most times, we see the protagonist undergo this change to get the guy/girl or for popularity (on Wednesdays, we wear pink), some are for those outgrowing a phase of life, such as shy student turned royal princess or a hooker turned… not a hooker.

We have the complete guide of these pivotal points in movies we not-so-secretly love, from Laney Boggs’s staircase entrance to Sixpence None the Richer’s “Kiss Me” in She’s All That, to Sandy’s “Tell me about it… stud” moment in Grease, take a look back at these moments we’re all guilty of enjoying. Besides, a little waxing and makeup never hurt anybody…

Source: Transformation Tuesday: The Greatest Teen Movie Makeovers Of All Time

Billionaire Who Dress Like Bums: 14 Rich People Who Need To Buy Some Style

By: Christopher Rosa

The world’s super-rich can afford pretty much anything. A gold  iPhone case just for kicks? Done.  Tiny, unnecessary diamond shavings on a chocolate cake? You got it. So, why is it that some of Earth’s top earners can’t hire…ya know, a stylist?

It’s quite baffling, really. These high rollers have the best fashion has to offer at their fingertips, but they insist on wrapping themselves in bed sheets (keeping their bedheads, of course) and calling it a day. From notorious fashion violators like Mark Zuckerberg and Mary-Kate Olsen (who works in fashion) to businessmen who forgot the no-casual-Fridays memo, these multi-millionaires—and, ahem, billionaires—look like they  scored their dubs from what Miranda Priestly calls a “tragic casual corner.” Heavy on the tragic.

Don’t believe us? Check out these horrendous outfits. According to “The Real Housewives of New York City’s” Countess Luann, money can’t buy you class. It also can’t buy you style, either.

Source: Billionaire Who Dress Like Bums: 14 Rich People Who Need To Buy Some Style

Family Pleads for Help in Finding Missing Long Island Mom, 21

06/10/2014 at 09:50 AM EDT

Family Pleads for Help in Finding Missing Long Island Mom, 21

Sarah Goode

Suffolk County Police Department

Family and police on Monday asked the public for help in finding Sarah P. Goode, a 21-year-old Long Island mother missing since Saturday under what detectives are calling “suspicious” circumstances.

“We are desperate to find her,” Goode’s sister, Elizabeth DeMuria, told Newsday. “We love you … We just want you to come home safely.”

“It’s sad and it’s scary. You hope she walks home,” a friend of Goode’s added.

The 5’3″, 100-lb. Medford woman, who has a 4-year-old daughter, was last seen around 1 a.m. Saturday at a friend’s house in Shirley, New York, police said. Her family reported her missing at around 8:30 p.m. Sunday.

Soon after, Goode’s 1999 BMW 328i was found next to a wooded area in Medford, at least a mile from where she lives.

“We’re looking at a million different things,” Sgt. Michael Fitzharris told Newsday. “Her car is found not near her house, late at night, unoccupied, parked next to a wooded area. This was very contrary to her normal behavior. She’s very close to her family, which is large, and she has a 4-year-old daughter.”

Police have been searching the woods, and friends and family have been looking for Goode all over Medford. Anyone with information is being asked to call Suffolk County police at 631-854-8652 or Crime Stoppers at 800-220-8477.

Family Pleads for Help in Finding Missing Long Island Mom, 21
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