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'Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection we can catch excellence.' Vince Lombardi


Beyoncé's Grammys performance was magical perfection, obviously

Mashable

It's no longer a surprise, but always a blessing, when Beyoncé performs at an awards show. The singer -- now pregnant with twins, in case you forgot -- took the stage at the 2017 Grammys, and as is her style, she slayed. SEE ALSO: David Bowie swept all 5 posthumous Grammy nominations for'Blackstar' Beginning with an intro video and poetry excerpts from Lemonade -- after being introduced by her mom -- Beyoncé wowed us by leaning backward in a chair on stage and performing the slower, soulful pieces from her latest album, including "Love Drought" and "Sandcastles." "If we're gonna heal, let it be glorious," she concluded. Jay Z -- and the rest of the audience -- looked on approvingly.


Fit blogger’s revealing pic

FOX News

Ashlie Molstad knows the true value of self-acceptance. In a recent post, the social media star known as Foodie Girl Fitness shared two pics of herself taken minutes apart. In the second, she's perched on a chair so we can see how the skin on her stomach rolls as soon as she sits down. "If I'm going to show you the posed, put together, professional sides of me," the 31-year-old fitness coach wrote in the caption, "I'm gonna make damn sure you see the not so flattering sides too." Molstad's greater message: Loving yourself means loving your body, belly rolls, cellulite, jiggly arms, and all--and tuning out the constant societal pressure to somehow achieve physical "perfection."


Before the Fall

Slate

I don't think you have done any damage! You recently started a new job that you knew would stretch you to your limits, and just as you anticipated, you're learning about some of your limits, and getting specific advice on what needs to improve. The fact that there were "many positives" in your performance review suggests that overall you're exactly where you need to be. Don't let the fact that you're not already completely self-sufficient feel like a demoralizing failure. You got a little flustered but maintained your composure during the review itself, which is absolutely fine.


Is Netflix priced to perfection?

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He speaks with Anna Edwards and Hans Nichols on Bloomberg Television's "On The Move." Bloomberg