For those who miss watching Bryan Greenberg play the cute-sensitive-confused-struggling-nice Jewish boy on How to Make It In America (or Prime or even kinda sorta One Tree Hill for that matter), you get a sequel of sorts in the actor's new film A Short History of Decay.The debut film from journalist and former war correspondent Michael Maren, the movie tells the story of Nathan Fisher (Greenberg), a floundering thirtysomething Brooklyn writer who gets dumped by his longterm girlfriend (Emmanuelle Chriqui) just as he learns that his father has had a stroke and needs his care. Anyone I thought I post these pics of her from the GQ photo shoot to prove my case for her worthiness. I tend to write about what is on my mind so you'll find a mix of self development, social dynamics and dating articles/experiences.
, but we know Emmanuelle as an inspiring wellness warrior who attended our revitalize event in 2014.
EC: A good cardio dance class with amazing loud music. It has been an endless love affair since I was 7 years old.
It was also about something that although I personally haven't gone through it, my best friend is dealing with these subjects -- with a dad who has Alzheimer's. Let's talk about the idea of the film's title having multiple meanings -- both the literal meaning of decay in the sense of your character's parents' failing health and then this other meaning of decay in the sense of Nathan's decaying expectations or illusions.
Michael Maren said something early on that really stuck with me and guided me through the process, this ideas that people don't have dramatic changes in their life overnight but that they happen gradually.
Chaley is a sexy actress who has a net worth of $500 thousands dollars approx.
The net worth helps us speculate how much of effort she has put into becoming what she is today.
I’ve spent the past year thinking a lot about “wellth” — the idea that success is found in a lifestyle devoted to mental, physical, and emotional health.
(I even wrote a book about it.) In this new series, we’re celebrating visionaries who embody what it means to be wellthy.
I used to downplay what I did for a living, demean it and say "it's not like it's brain surgery." Well it's definitely brain surgery, but I embrace that we as a collective creative community bring light and entertainment to a world that is often dark and complicated and uninspired. I always feel renewed and invigorated for months to come.