Beauty articles published on CHAOS Magazine, by Esther Reisberg
You know you're moving up in life when a celebrity orders, and then reorders, your skincare products. That's exactly what happened to Jessica Burman, 38, the owner and founder of natural skincare brand Cocoon Apothecary. Burman's inspiration came from her desire to have beautiful skin like her mother, who owed her glowing complexion to natural skincare giant Burt's Bees.
Imagine looking into your mailbox every month and pulling out a box full of mystery beauty items. Sounds too good to be true, right? Not if you subscribe to one of the numerous monthly sample boxes available on the Internet.
Fashion and nightlife articles published on CHAOS Magazine, by Esther Reisberg
In the modeling industry, it's nearly impossible to jump start a truly successful career once you're out of your teens, and it's almost a joke to expect any luck once you've hit your thirties. Aside from the inundation of celebrity-endorsed ads for perfumes, clothing lines, and cosmetics, the pretty faces you see on the runways, TV, and in magazines are getting younger and younger.
Today's bar scene is all about speakeasies. They're popping up across the nation and officially turning dingy Prohibition-era lounges into a major trend. The best part is these venues are quite a bit more stylish, and less dirty and suspicious.
Everyone deserves to add a dash of luxury into their lives now and again, and a visit to Studio Paris in Chicago's Paris Club Restaurant is simply the best way to do so. After you've spent an evening enjoying the delectable French cuisine in the restaurant, simply exit and go around to the Studio Paris entrance to enjoy a night infused with Parisian chic.
Here's something no one tells you after you graduate college and begin the job hunt: The term "entry level job" is a misnomer. You read that right. You see, it would seem that an entry level job is your ticket into the workforce, maybe even a foot in the door of your dream industry.
1. This is the best decision I have ever made. Obviously, there was at least one reason prompting your departure from your first school. You might be scared to leave friends or to start over, but you know there was something crucial missing from your life at your First University.