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Matthew Fox was arrested last Friday in Oregon for suspicion of driving under the influence and that suspicion has been confirmed.
The Lost actor has now been officially charged with driving under the influence and driving without a license.
So not cool! He not only endangered his own life, but everyone else's on the road!
He must have been
Wisdom: it's a beautiful thing!
Having recently said one of her favorite things is to imagine is Heath Ledger alive and with her, Michelle definitely wants to make sure none of the mistakes from that relationship carry over into this one!
She's already told one friend she loves Jason, a source says, but seeing as how she's "had a lot to recover from," the source adds:
An Abercombie & Fitch shop in Milan is under scrutiny for the bizarre punishment their staff receives each time they make a mistake.
Whenever the male employees mess something up, they're forced to do ten push-ups. The ladies? They have the joy of doing ten squat thrusts.
When asked for explanation, one of the managers said the forced punishment is a great way for the staff to learn the error of their ways. Not only that, but the manager also said the mini work-outs would help them maintain the fit bodies required to work there.
Oh goodness. We bet this is gonna be a fun one for labor union leaders!!
[Image via AP Images.]
Bill O'Reilly's book, Killing Lincoln, may be on several bestseller lists, but it's been banned from the most important place of all - the very place where Abraham Lincoln was assassinated!
The Ford Theatre bookstore in Washington, D.C. has banned the selling of the book due to several "mistakes" and "inaccuracies."
Historian Edward Steers Jr. explains:
Lisa DeFazio recently turned 40 (which isn't old at all, gurl!), and she's using that occasion to imbue some of her life lessons onto those who might be also going through times of change.
We're so happy to bring you the video of her getting rather candid about planning and decision making — and making and dealing with possible mistakes!
Check it out above!
If you have any questions for our team of experts, shoot them to firstname.lastname@example.org OR directly to Lisa at her site!
Everyone makes mistakes. The trick is to LEARN from them! However, sometimes it's hard to get past making them in the first place, so a Perezcious reader wrote FitPerez life coach Dr. J for advice, asking:
"How do I stop beating myself up when I make mistakes?"
Nothing is wrong with challenging yourself to be better each and every day, BUT make yourself mindful of those mistakes and find ways to start minimizing them. LOOK at your dominant thoughts. Are they giving YOU what you dutifully desire? Thoughts become things, so what do you think happens when you engage in pounding on your own person? Take that same energy and come up with a plan of how you will do things differently next time. You will be less likely to Photo Shop the past, present and future if you raise the stakes on your miss-takes. Rescue yourself and take a Rendezvous with the Ridiculous.
In the vein of Steve Jobs, "Stay Hungry for Self-Help and remain Foolish until You Fulfill!" Perhaps, it's time to Uproot yourself and your Reality to Blossom Better Behaviors. For example, If you nosh on your nails, wear gloves for the next 40 days and 40 nights! If You incessantly use bad language, eat a hot chile pepper each time foul language slips from your lips! If YOU Yo-Yo and are obsessive about your weight, spending a small fortune on Diet Do Overs and Do It Now schemes, use your time, money, and energy to take a trip to Africa, Haiti, & Japan and help those in need. You will come back lean and learned, a different person on the inside and out!
Instead of beating yourself up, take a different approach to life, embrace the opportunity to learn from your "mistakes," and Do Better Each Time! If it wasn't for people believing they could Be Better, Do Better and not letting mis-steps get in their way, we wouldn't have Led Zeppelin, Light Bulbs, or Laptop computers! So E=MC Square It and Go Find Your Winning Formula.
If you've got a question about how to handle something bothering you in life, shoot us an email or ask the doctor himself @AskDocJ on Twitter!