A newspaper called AM New York had an article last week titled, “From No Job to Nose Job”. (Which I guess is better than from “Nose job to No Job”. Which I think would make a good name for a Jennifer Grey biopic.)
Looks like Baby put Baby’s career in a corner. (Yes, that’s really Jennifer Grey.)
Dr. Mauro Romita, a NY plastic surgeon is quoted in the article as saying, “If you look older than you are and you look tired, people may not think you can handle a busy schedule.”
Personally, I think the more tired one looks, the more obvious it should be that they work their ass off and are presently handling a busy schedule. Unfortunately, corporate America doesn’t seem to be buying into my perfectly good logic.
To me, plastic surgery seems like a drastic measure to try to look “more energetic” and “less tired”. Hasn’t anyone ever heard of something called a good night’s sleep?
Speaking of, here’s my secret for sleeping like there’s no tomorrow. It’s called a mattress topper.
Before I got one, I’d toss and turn more than a pair of dice on a Vegas Craps table. No matter how expensive a mattress I got, I'd still be uncomfortable and wake up in pain.
The mattress topper put an end to all that. It’s made with memory foam. (I got the 4” thick one.) It perfectly forms to the body, so your body sinks in the exact right amount, but not so much that you feel like you’re in quicksand fighting for your life.
Anyone else a mattress topper fan?