And I write — I actually write a gratitude list daily. This helps me focus on the right things, as opposed to a list of must-do items. I love to take a walk to get myself present and to wind my mind down. Sometimes being active and getting the body moving, while very simple, is incredibly grounding. I have my own yoga practice, and I love to do cardio as well — I’m also a spinning instructor. These things help me to keep my head on straight. Mainly, I try to bring balance into my life. I schedule “me” time because just like everyone else, I need to unwind. I try to remember to take it easy and breathe. Everything is going to get done. And no one thing is going to make or break me. Many of our readers are likely reading this as they sit at a desk , perhaps at work. Do you recommend any quick, office-friendly exercises or yoga poses so they can sneak some exercise into their workday? Yes, you can do a seated pigeon position by just crossing your ankle over your knee, which will stretch the outer hip. Also from a seat, you can forward fold your whole body so that your belly is resting on your thighs — that’s a wonderful stretch.
Jennifer Aniston gets ‘dirty’ with Jason Sudeikis
The comedy is about a Broadway director who falls in love with a prostitute-turned-actress and helps her with her career. Jennifer is filming the hotly anticipated movie alongside Owen Wilson, Cybill Shepherd and Eugene Levy. Hollywood star: Jennifer became famous for playing Rachel Green on NBC’s Friends and has a successful movie career Looking cool: Jennifer donned a pair of dark aviator sunglasses Stepping out: Jennifer stepped out of a black SUV as she headed to her press junket The star became famous for her layered ‘Rachel’ hairstyle while playing Rachel Green in Friends in the mid 1990s. She recently admitted that her hair takes a lot of maintenance work. ‘I have naturally wavy, frizzy Greek hair, and over the years it’s taken a beating from blow-dryers, flatirons, curlers, and extensions, which I think are the most damaging,’ she told the July issue of Marie Claire magazine. That’s where she was headed: Jennifer posed for a series of portraits with Jason Sudeikis to promote their film We’re The Millers She likes this guy: The actress was beaming next to the subdued Jason ‘I couldn’t get it to grow because it just kept breaking,’ she added. ‘Even when it was longer, it didn’t look long because the ends were so thin. I ended up using clip-in pieces just to fill it out.’ Nowadays, Jennifer prefers just a simple blowdried straight hairstyle. ‘I’m a creature of habit,’ she revealed. ‘I like a good, straight blowout. I love my hair most when we let it go raw and natural.
Sent! A link has been sent to your friend’s email address. 14 To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Jennifer Aniston gets ‘dirty’ with Jason Sudeikis Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis premiere their new film, ‘We’re The Millers,’ in New York, where the ‘Friends’ actress reveals why she enjoyed playing a stripper. (Aug. 2) Donna Freydkin, USA TODAY 5:48 p.m. EDT August 6, 2013 Her stripper teams up with his drug dealer in ‘We’re the Millers.’ Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis star in ‘We’re the Millers.’ (Photo: Todd Plitt, USA TODAY) Story Highlights Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis are drug smugglers in ‘We’re the Millers’ It’s their third time working together “We get to know each other more and more, and that’s nice,” says Aniston of Sudeikis SHARE 64 CONNECT 25 TWEET 14 COMMENTEMAILMORE NEW YORK Mostly, Jennifer Aniston lets her ring do its thing. Anyone in doubt about her relationship status need only glance at her left hand to spot the ravishing rock from her fiance of almost one year, writer/actor Justin Theroux. She’s still very much engaged, and very much planning a wedding. Aniston, one of the entertainment industry’s most ubiquitously covered yet simultaneously most opaque celebrities, doles out personal tidbits in dribs and drabs. She’s pleasant and friendly, if not particularly forthcoming, at least to the press. But away from tape recorders and cameras, she says she strives to be open, even posing makeup-free in a photo posted Saturday by her best friend and hairdresser Chris McMillan. “I work really hard to not build up any walls due to any bumps that I’ve experienced in the road. I try to incorporate them into positivity and chalk it up to great experiences,” Aniston says. The latest speculation, after a fuller figure she showcased at the premiere of We’re the Millers Aug. 1?