Author and advice columnist Cheryl Strayed is doing pretty well for herself now, but she tells the explicit story of falling down a financial hole to get there.
Since we know we can't have it all—no one can—perhaps the next best thing is ditching it all, at least for a little while. That seems to be a recurring theme for women in 2014, at least, the ones who can swing this utopian exit plan.
This summer, I listened to the audiobook of Wild while backpacking through the New Mexican desert. The year before that, I'd hiked the Pacific Crest Trail alone, and as the book continued I realized I'd started just where Cheryl Strayed had, in the middle of the Mojave desert.
Gather round, Internet as Reese Witherspoon teaches us how to up-talk while questionably singing Christmas carols. Because Christmas, that's why.
In this clip from Wild, based on Cheryl Strayed's memoir about backpacking alone for 1100 miles to overcome personal grief (and drug addiction!), Reese Witherspoon plays the lead character, an out-of-breath, tiny and brave soul who happens upon a camp of dudes and can only think of drinking a damn Snapple lemonade.…
Feast your eyes upon the first trailer for Wild, the upcoming adaptation of Cheryl Strayed's bestselling memoir. It is very strange to see Reese Witherspoon looking anything other than perfectly perky.
Reese Witherspoon is set to star and produce in the film adaptation of Cheryl Strayed's Wild. The memoir recounts Strayed's solo hike of some 1,000 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail, from the Mojave desert all the way to Washington State. Filming will begin in late fall and a director hasn't yet been chosen, but let's…