LOLz! McDonald's, you cray!
Remember last week when one of McDonald's employee resources websites actually suggested employees AVOID eating at fast food restaurants, and even then told them to not choose burgers if they HAD to eat fast?
Remember that? Remember how McDonald's kinda brushed it off like people were taking it out of context, except everyone had access to the context? You can read about it HERE if you legitimately forget!
Well, it looks like everyone was right because McDonald's has
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It's so lovely of her, especially given her current family drama, to be giving back like this!
Miley Cyrus has reportedly gone to Haiti, as part of the Starkey Hearing Foundation, to help the group bring supplies and resources for deaf children in the troubled country!
Truly such a wonderful cause! And it will mean so much to those kids!
Keep up the good work, gurl! We're so happy to see you doing something so positive and selfless!
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See? The Freshman 15 can happen to anyone - even celebrities!
Natalie Portman recently revealed that she struggled with her weight, as well as some depression, during her first year at Harvard University!
"I gained my freshman 15 or 20 and had super-depressed moments. That Cambridge winter is tough. It was important to know how to go through that and how to get myself out of it. You start learning how to ask your friends or professionals for help, or go to mentors."
So very true!
College is such a crazy time of transition for most students, so it's important that she spoke out on her experience, and went about dealing with it in the correct fashion!
There are a lot of resources at your disposal when you're away at school! We're glad that she took advantage of them and stuck it out!
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