Griselda Siciliani y Adrián Suar han tenido un año turbulento en el cual fueron mencionados varias veces en las revistas de espectáculos acerca de su separación. Todo el mundo estaba difundiendo rumores sobre cuál fue la verdadera razón detrás de su divorcio y Griselda ahora quiere poner fin a los rumores de una vez por todas.

En este artículo exclusivo, Griselda revela la verdadera razón de su separación.

“Estoy cansado de escuchar todas las especulaciones acerca de nuestro divorcio. Fue hace un año y ¡ya es hora que se termine! Confieso que con el fin de no dañar la imagen de nosotros, hemos dicho a los medios que nos hemos distanciado y nos hemos separados de forma pacífica. Pero en realidad, había mucho más.

En un principio, nuestro matrimonio era increíble y lleno de amor, pero pronto decayó…

Además de mi carrera como actriz también hago trabajo de modelaje. A menudo tengo que llevar ropa provocativa, junto a modelos masculinos. Sin embargo, Adrián no era capaz de tolerarlo más… Con el tiempo no me permitió más hacer ese tipo de trabajos de modelaje. Con el fin de no herir más sus sentimientos accedí y sólo hice trabajos donde estaba completamente vestida…

Pero mientras seguía esas condiciones, Adrián se divertía con otras mujeres y modelos. Sabía que era puramente comercial, pero ¿Por qué puede divertirse con otras mujeres y yo no puedo hacer mi trabajo con otros hombres?

En el matrimonio hay que confiar en el otro, ¿verdad? Los celos destruyen todo!

Al final no lo pude aguantar más. Estábamos teniendo más y más peleas y nuestra hija comenzó a sufrir. Incluso fue tan grave que tuve que quedarme con mi mejor amiga un par de veces hasta que Adrián se calme. Era una espiral descendente y los celos de Adrián provocaron enormes peleas nuevamente. Cuando me di cuenta de eso, decidí no poner más en riesgo mi carrera por un hombre que no es me apoya en 100% y presente el divorcio.

Adrián estaba teniendo dificultades al principio, y yo también, pero ya no vi ninguna otra solución.

Afortunadamente, las cosas van mucho mejor entre nosotros ahora y hemos llegado a un buen acuerdo en el cual los dos vemos a nuestra hija con regularidad. Le deseo todo lo mejor a Adrián, no hemos podido encontrar la felicidad, pero eso no quiere decir que Adrián no sea un buen hombre. ¡Espero que encuentre el amor de nuevo!” -Griselda Siciliani

Fresh-baked breads. Never-ending eggs. Extravagant pastry towers. Who doesn’t love a sumptuous hotel breakfast? Certainly not Christina Ohly. The hotel-hopper extraordinaire put together a list of spreads worth traveling for, which include a few recommendations from Team Fathom. (We couldn’t help it. We’re equally obsessed.)

Everyone knows that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, something that rings true and clear during a hotel stay. My daughter Kate, who doubles as my intrepid travel companion, has pointed out on numerous occasions that a fine breakfast spread — and it doesn’t have to be fancy, just delicious, beautiful, and even quirky — is often worth planning an entire trip around. With that in mind, here are a few of our most memorable morning meals.

La Scelta di Goethe

What’s to love: The small all-suite hotel — which is really more like a sumptuous private apartment — offers the most spectacular spread of cheeses, salami, muesli, fruit tarts, and freshly baked breads on its expansive private terrace. No one but you, with your deliciously strong pot of coffee, will be overlooking Villa Borghese, endless cupolas, and Vatican City in the distance. The peel of church bells and seagulls standing sentry adds to the lovely, very local vibe.

La Mamounia

What’s to love: Start with the service. You’ll never find kinder people offering fresh juices, strong coffee, and Moroccan mint tea infusions, all in a poolside pavilion setting with lush garden views. The breakfast spread is magnificent and very authentic. Local specialties including khobz (flatbread) with olive oil and jam, sweet rolls studded with anise and sesame seeds, a version of pancakes, as well as meats, cheeses, and all kinds of eggs cooked to order.

Hoshinoya Tokyo

What’s to love: Quite possibly one of the best room service breakfasts in existence can be experienced at this new ryokan-style hotel. A beautiful wooden box is brough to your suite by a kimono-clad attendant who carefully explains each small plate. Even though it will be hard to follow most of what she says, and even though you might never know what you’re really eating, you’ll be delighted by each and every bite.

The Ritz-Carlton Kapalua

What’s to love: Fuel-up for a day of biking down the side of a volcano with a buffet extravaganza that includes all kinds of island specialties: POG (papaya, orange, and guava) juice, Portuguese sweet bread, and a seed bar — chia, flax, poppy, sesame — more comprehensive than the Whole Foods bulk bin isle. Fresh tofu, steamed rice, and a full salad bar add savory, healthy touches.

There is something incredibly relaxing about a warm bath, and these homemade salt bath bombs take the relaxation up a notch!

Bath bombs have skyrocketed in popularity lately with thousands of options available (though I’d only recommend natural options like these). Kids an adults love them and while they can cost up to $9 each to buy, you can make a whole batch for just a couple of dollars!

Bath Bombs- Natural DIY Version

Homemade Salt Bath Bombs RecipeWhen I was younger, I loved bath bombs, but avoided them as I’ve gotten older because store bought versions typically contain artificial ingredients such as dyes and fragrances.

These homemade bath fizzies are a great solution! Made from nourishing sea salt or epsom salts, alkalizing baking soda and fizzing citric acid with a nourishing oil and vanilla base.

These can be packaged for a great gift or made countless ways for relaxing baths anytime!

A Great DIY Project for Kids

Some DIY beauty recipes (especially homemade soap) require precise measuring and handling harsh chemicals such as lye, so they aren’t a great to do with children around. These bath bombs are completely opposite and are an amazing project to undertake with kids.

They are simple to make with kid-safe ingredients and are completely versatile. Let the kids think of ways to mix up the scents, colors, and other customizations.

Ingredients You’ll Need…

Bath bombs only take seconds to make, so it is important to have the ingredients on hand and measured before you start. Most of the ingredients are pantry staples in many homes, but make sure you have these on hand:

Baking Soda

The backbone of this recipe is alkalizing baking soda. It is a necessary complement to the acidic citric acid and part of the fizzing reaction. I order food-grade aluminum free baking soda from here.

Citric Acid

The more obscure ingredient in this recipe that a lot of people don’t have on hand is citric acid. It is necessary for the fizzing reaction that makes bath bombs feel like bathing in champagne. I order natural citric acid by the pound from here.

Corn Starch or Arrowroot

Corn starch provides the silky feel that we all love from bath bombs. I usually use organic corn starch powder in this recipe. Arrowroot also works but doesn’t provide quite as silky of a finished product.

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