After fashion influencer Emily Gellis Lande slammed Tanya Zuckerbrot and her F-Factor diet plan, a group of anonymous women launched a three-year-long campaign in revenge.
Hannah Seligson is a regular contributor to The New York Times Sunday Business section, where she writes about Gen. Y, the workplace, and innovation, among other topics. Most recently, she is the author of Mission: Adulthood: How the 20-Somethings of Today Are Transforming Work, Love, and Life.
There had to be some other Disney hack, or work around, for parents like me who didn’t want to go to their parks but were already ponying up thousands of dollars for a trip.
With two kids, who are just shy of 2 and 4, we have become those people we swore we wouldn’t become.
It was supposed to be a summer of letting loose and living it up across America. But what happens when too many people all want the same thing in the middle of a pandemic?
The wellness war between Emily Gellis Lande and Tanya Zuckerbrot has become full-on digital warfare. And now, Zuckerbrot has brought a $500K defamation suit against Gellis Lande.
Sure, there were the usual ups and downs, but the fact it wasn’t over FaceTime meant everything.
The poised, attractive young women standing by this president may make him look better, but the same can’t be said for them.
I’m pretty well-practiced in the travel category of taking my kids places I shouldn’t, and I think they're better off for it.
Amid nationwide unrest, the tide seems to finally be turning on whether the first daughter’s friends in the NYC glitterati will continue to remain silent on her many misdeeds.
Just as their fathers get increasingly vicious with each other.