If you’re brave enough to leave behind everything familiar and comforting, which can be anything from your house to bitter, old resentments, and set out on a truth-seeking journey, either externally or internally, and if you are truly willing to regard everything that happens to you on that journey as a clue, and if you […]
This week on Pretty Little Liars, 'A' blows up a house and tries to kill Alison with her own scarf, so apparently 'A' used the downtime to really Eat, Pray, Love and get in touch with the serial killer inside. "I realize I've been phoning it in," 'A' apologizes, knocking Alison over the head with a golf club. "Here's a Snapchat of me burying your mom!"
It has been a rough few years for Bali. Once the premier luxury Southeast Asian beach destination for jetsetters and backpackers alike, the island suffered a downturn after the 2002 bombings (Eat, Pray, Love popularity notwithstanding), a... via JustLuxe.com
Here are some of my favorite quotes from the film that may hopefully provide solace for you as well. (And yes, Richard from Texas doles out the gems.)
Author Elizabeth Gilbert achieved great success with her memoir Eat Pray Love. Since the publication of that book, she has delivered two popular TED talks and written a second memoir entitled Committed and a novel called The Signature of All Things. Show More Summary
President Obama loved Eat Pray Love so much that he personally called up director Ryan Murphy to share how moved he was by Julia Roberts’ quest for identity in the modern age of romance. Oh wait, it was Ryan Muphy’s more recent HBO film The Normal Heart that got POTUS on the line with the filmmaker. Murphy confirmed […]
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The thing about old men out on the open road is they don’t do a lot of eating, praying and loving in the way we’ve come to see it done in the modern sense of traveling. It’s more like they do a lot of finding the nearest roadside diner, complaining that gas prices are too damn high and pretending not to be too impressed by some national monuments. Show More Summary
Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love and original self-actualizing Manic Pixie Dream Protagonist is selling her beautiful 19th century home in Frenchtown, New Jersey. Correction: she's embarking on a journey, which she has dubbed Eat, Pray, Crib: One woman's journey to sell her house. Really. Read more...
When you’re trying to sell the priciest and most historic building in a small, rural, but artsy community in a place called Frenchtown, N.J., it helps that you’re a writer capable of spinning a listing description that pithily points...Show More Summary
The best-selling memoirist listed her home on the website ‘Eat, Pray, Crib.’
Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert is selling her Italianate Victorian home in Frenchtown, N.J. for $999K. "We've spent six years making every inch of this special place absolutely perfect and gorgeous," says the author and home decor designer of...
It was a little surprising that the director eventually got the project off the ground with HBO rather than making The Normal Heart big screen endeavor like Running with Scissors or Eat, Pray Love, but HBO has always been on the cutting...Show More Summary
If this were published almost anywhere but the NYT Styles section, I could be certain that this was a vicious but deserved hatchet job: It’s all very cordial: In the fall, Mr. Mellon and Ms. Hanley Mellon, 36, plan to introduce Hanley Mellon, their own clothing line. They are not exactly starting from the gutter. […]
Oprah Winfrey is bringing her arena-sized personality to an arena near you. This September, the billionaire lifestyle icon (ICONNNNNN!) will launch her eight-city The Life You Want Weekend tour. Winfrey, Eat Pray Love author Elizabeth...Show More Summary
It sounds like an Eat, Pray, Love cliché to travel abroad and “find” yourself, but there's some truth to the statement.
According to Eat Pray Love, gaining a layer of pasta blubber is a mandatory part of any American's experience in Italy. Thankfully, Italy is now developing Eataly, a Disneyland inspired, mouth-watering theme park designed specifically to help tourists ciao down.
The Wall Street Journal’s book club is reading Hilary Mantel’s “Wolf Hall,” which was chosen by our guest host Elizabeth Gilbert, author of “Eat, Pray, Love” and “The Signature of All Things.” This week, we’re looking at the way the characters speak in “Wolf Hall.”
By Jessica Ravitz, CNN (CNN) Nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas, in the northern Indian state of Uttarakhand, sits a magical place ripe for exploration. It’s called Rishikesh, and for the next two weeks it will be our spiritual playground. I am going there thanks to a religion reporting fellowship, and I’d like to […]
Check out these global-inspired beauty products! If you're craving an Eat, Pray, Love moment, sans the love affair with an older man (although, ain't nothing wrong with that), then this is close to the next best thing. We've taken an...Show More Summary