What does “having it all” even suggest?
It feels like a trashy mag motto or something like that the Cat into the Hat would guarantee as he busted into the household, balancing your child, a laptop computer, a gymnasium towel, some high heel pumps and an intimate supper for just two while busting some annoyingly long rhymes and terrorising nearby pets. A fresh York Times article entitled “The complicated origins of ‘Having It All'” traced it to Helen Gurley Brown’s 1982 book Having It All: Love, success, intercourse, cash. Even although you’re beginning with absolutely absolutely absolutely nothing. Gurley Brown was indeed the editor of Cosmopolitan for 2 years if the written guide arrived on the scene. Read more