Let me be clear, I'm a fan of Elizabeth Gilbert's work. I liked Eat, Pray, Love (Penguin Group, 2007) just as much as everyone else seemed to. I even enjoyed the movie adaptation (though Javier Bardem may have had something to do with it). Show More Summary
There is one thing stopping you from being more creative. You. "I feel like so many people (women in particular) are waiting for somebody to give them authority to be creative," says Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert. "Creativity belongs to everyone. Show More Summary
In case you didn't know, Julia Roberts and Ryan Murphy are basically besties. The Scream Queens creator directed the actress in Eat Pray Love back in 2010, and she co-starred in his award-winning HBO drama The Normal Heart — she also presented Murphy his award at last month's amfAR Inspiration Gala! Like all of Murphy's besties, you [...]
Julia Roberts and Ryan Murphy have become pretty close over the years. Not only did he direct her in Eat Pray Love five years ago, but the Oscar winner also co-starred in his HBO...
How even the harshest criticism makes us better writers. Author Elizabeth Gilbert (of Eat Pray Love fame) recently posted on Facebook a reflection on how she deals with criticism. To sum it up: she doesn’t. Her words of wisdom reappeared on my feed, shared by writer friends who seemed to agree. Show More Summary
Have you ever traveled halfway around the world to the once picturesque town of Ubud in Bali hoping to experience a psychological transformation á la Elizabeth Gilbert in Eat, Pray, Love? Unfortunately, you’re not alone. Here’s a look at how great books have ruined some really great places. Our own Nick Moran has written about some good places […]
Ubud, Bali: Where one comes to rediscover oneself, according to Eat, Pray, Love. (Photo: Yoane Carle/flickr) A rice paddy in Bali, a medieval Italian fortress, a logging town in Washington, and a few hunky-dory hiking trails have all...Show More Summary
Last summer I did something I never would have imagined. I found a quote on Eat, Pray, Love author Elizabeth Gilbert’s Facebook page and immediately shared it to my best friend’s page. In the post, Gilbert warned her female followers away from the word “balance.” …Read More
Elizabeth Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love and The Signature of All Things, spoke with us about the magical thinking behind her inspirational new read, Big Magic out Sept. 22. The self-help book is chock-full of motivational quotes...Show More Summary
BUYER: Norah Jones LOCATION: Brooklyn, NY PRICE: $6,250,000 SIZE: (approx.) 4,500 square feet YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: It was the wiley celebrity property gossips at the Daily News who, based on a tip from an unnamed source, sussed out the surreptitious, $6.25 million acquisition of a well-known carriage house in Brooklyn’s historic and pleasantly leafy Cobble... Read more »
After the blockbuster success of her 2006 memoir, author Elizabeth Gilbert has written a self-help book for tormented creative types everywhere.
Can you believe it’s been 14 years since that infamous book came out and your life changed forever? We’re being facetious, but honestly, for a lot of people the phenomenon that was ”Eat, Pray, Love” the book, and the subsequent box office...Show More Summary
Norah Jones recently purchased a Brooklyn townhouse that was Julia Robert's home in "Eat, Pray, Love." The 1840s home was once a firehouse.
Earlier this year a house that's reportedly been featured in the film Eat, Pray, Love—a charming carriage house in Cobble Hill—sold for $6.25 million. Now the Daily News reports that the buyer was singer/songwriter/Brooklyn real estate queen Norah Jones. The paper made two "Feels Like Home" "jokes" in their reportage on this story. [ more › ]
“The people in charge of helping the homeless really don’t care,” he legit said. [ more › ]
It feels like home to her.
'Bite' is a new horror film about a woman who transforms into an insect after getting bitten by one, and it's supposed to be as nasty as it sounds. I had the same reaction when I saw Eat, Pray, Love. (via Thinkstock) The filmmakers gave...Show More Summary
I take the Eat Pray Love box down with frequency now, the one my daughters gave me (my older daughter told me it was like the hope chest in Eat Pray Love that the writer filled with National Geographics instead of linens). When they had given it to me, it was not yet the season, the stage of life, for the extent of investigative writing I want to do. Show More Summary
SPECIAL FROM Next Avenue By Lori Erickson From Wild to Eat, Pray, Love, spiritual journeys have been on the pop culture radar. But people have been making treks to holy sites for millennia — in fact, these types of locations are probably the oldest form of tourism. Show More Summary