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Rumer Willis Could DIE On The Set Of Pretty Little Liars!?

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Rumer Willis, be CAREFUL!!!

Rumer Willis has been doing more than just spending quality time with mother Demi Moore lately. She’s also been cast as a charity organizer on Season 4 of Pretty Little Liars!

Unfortunately, basically every time Ravenswood has a charity event, terrible things happen!!!

For instance, last time when Amanda Schull guest starred and helped at a charity marathon, her character almost died a horrible fiery death!!

We hope that Rumer’s character fares a little better; we’d love to see her as a returning cast member!!

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Terminally Ill Star Trek Fan For Whom J.J. Abrams Screened New Movie Has Passed Away

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A bittersweet, yet profoundly powerful testament to what a small act of kindness can mean to so many.

Only a few short days after terminally ill Star Trek fan Dan Craft's story went viral and prompted director J.J. Abrams to treat he and his wife to a special rough-cut screening of the sequel Star Trek Into Darkness months before its official premiere, the New York Asian Film Festival organizer has passed away.

According to a message on the Festival's Facebook page:

Last night around 10:15pm, Dan Craft, who has been a member of Subway Cinema since 2004, passed away. His wife and brother were with him when he went, and he wasn’t in any pain. He’d been a bit loopy for a few days as his liver failed and toxins built up in his blood, and on Thursday his wife asked him if he needed to go to the bathroom. “I’m going…” he proclaimed, “Into the future.”

See you there, Dan.

Dan Craft: 1971 – 2013

We miss you.

We can't even begin to tell you how choked up - and inspired - this man's bravery and strength in the face of his own death makes us.

We just hope that his wife, friends, and all his loved one can find comfort and peace knowing that he left this world right after having been given such an incredible act of generosity and compassion that clearly meant so much to him in last days.

May your future be filled with the wonder that J.J.'s film - and the entire franchise - inspired in you, Dan.

And check out a full account of his Star Trek Into Darkness viewing experience, as recounted by his friend on RedditAFTER THE JUMP!!!

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Fall Is The Perfect Time To Get Organized!

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Ahhh, Fall. The crisp air, the changing leaves. The household clutter.

Wait! That last one isn't so great! We should take care of that this fall, and that's why we're proud to introduce our newest contributor here at FitPerez: John Trosko!!!

Professional organizer John Trosko is Hollywood’s go-to-guy for shaping up those shoe racks and organizing those Oscars! (well, Emmys, Grammys and SAG awards too!) John is owner of OrganizingLA and a two-term President of the Los Angeles chapter of the National Association of Professional Organizers. He’ll be joining us for productivity and personal organization advice.

And here is his first bit of advice for us — Fall organizing tips:

Make a Plan - Fall is excellent “downtime” season. Use this time to ask these questions: what do I want to get done by year’s end? How will I benefit if I accomplish this project? What are the resources, time and tools I will need?

Start Small – Break bigger projects into smaller manageable tasks—clean out a junk drawer or the coat closet, free up your desktop, clear out your purse or wallet– tasks that can be finished in an hour or less. Transfer the “start small” philosophy into larger traditional problem areas like the garage, office, closet or playroom.

Categorize – Harvest like items with like items in accessible appropriate places. Provide homes in labeled bins and baskets. Donate, repair, recycle, re-sell anything unloved and unwanted.

Value your time – Even at home, time is a valuable resource. Use a kitchen timer to set up limits for sorting and reviewing. Prioritize tasks to get the most important elements done first so you won’t get distracted from your primary purpose.

Reward Yourself – Following completion, a manicure, massage or a trip to the pumpkin patch are sure-fire simple incentives that encourage us to complete mundane tasks.

Fall Into Better Behavior – Put items away as-you-go. Set time on your calendar to review your new systems (also known as your organizational handiwork) and make changes if necessary. Remember, organization is really about long-lasting adjustments in behavior and not a status realized in one day!

Wow! Off to a great start, John! Thanks! AND WELCOME!!

How would you get into an organized and productive mindset this fall? Tweet your thoughts and challenges to @johntrosko or visit John’s blog OrganizingLA.

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