Teri Hatcher shared her advice to her 10-year-old daughter, Emerson.
“Have great sex [and] eat the chocolate,” the single mom advises 10-year-old Emerson – and the general reading public – in Teri’s October column for Britain’s Glamour magazine.
Other pointers: “Don’t sit on public toilet seats and make sure to floss. … Life’s too short to stress; you’ll be able to get past anything difficult; the sun will rise tomorrow; you are beautiful; you are lovable.”
Describing herself as “43-year-old somewhat successful but still flawed and fragile woman,” Teri also confesses to a little self-help handiwork – she’s made herself a “goal board” to which she adds every night.
“It’s basically a collage of images of things you want to achieve in your life – all written, glued or drawn onto a big piece of paper,” she shared.
Among the sample entries are “Don’t eat after 7 p.m.” and ‘Dance like a teenager.”
Shares Teri: “Against all my well-honed cynical beliefs, it’s actually working!”
Those dream boards really work! Everyone should make one!