Exalted Minds

Why Ann Stayed Home

View this image › Mitt Romney listens to his wife Ann as she addresses the NRA. KAREN BLEIER / Getty Images Ann Romney was already fully immersed in stay-at-home motherhood — raising five sons, ages six to 16, in her Belmont home — when Mormon prophet Ezra Taft Benson took to a pulpit on February […]

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George Clooney May Have Had Plastic Surgery On His Testicles

View this image › I don’t want to ruin anyone’s life, but if the Italian magazine Max is to be believed, Clooney admitted to going under the knife in a place I personally never thought was possible: I never fixed my eyes, but I spent more money to stretch the skin of my testicles. I […]

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How NYC And San Francisco Plan To Solve Their Housing Crises

View this image › BUSINESS WIRE / AP Welcome to your new San Francisco apartment. This week, both San Francisco and New York — two cities whose economies have been energized by the tech boom and whose housing markets have gotten increasingly insane — championed initiatives to make it easier for the 99 percent to […]

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Francesca’s Holdings CFO Gene Morphis fired for improper tweets

http://twitter.com/#!/theoldcfo/status/177409923095867393 Gene Morphis has been fired as chief executive officer of Francesca’s Holdings for “improperly [communicating] company information through social media.”  Twitchy reviewed Morphis’ tweets during the last year or so.  He comes across as an intelligent man who spends too much of his time playing the stock market. We’re guessing that the above tweet (posted […]

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16 Walt Disney Quotes To Help Guide You Through Life

First some mood music: View this embed › 1. On becoming the most authentic version of yourself: View this image › brillustrious.tumblr.com 2. On not beating yourself up: View this image › grumpydisney.com 3. On the importance of books: View this image › booklover84.tumblr.com 4. On the importance of education: View this image › taolifestudio.com […]

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Study: Kids’ Friends — Not Grades — Lead To Adult Well-Being

View this image › Elena Elisseeva / Via shutterstock.com An obsession with academic success and college acceptance (at least in the media) has been giving way recently to an anxiety that a certain class of over-involved so-called “helicopter parents” may be pushing their kids too hard. And now, new research shows that academic success may, […]

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