Conrad, not going to be able to argue that she was actually an anarchic rebel looking to create a never-before-seen aesthetic, decided to embrace the basic for the better."I probably am pretty basic," she told There has also been nothing average about how Conrad set about building a business empire and is now a fashion and lifestyle mogul at 31.
She can't help it that her life just looks really good on Instagram.
Because there were a lot of nights that I was getting 2 a.m. Ooh, and a new (ultimately not-momentous) romance with Brody Jenner producing some fresh butterflies."It wasn't the best timing for me, and I didn't really want it filmed if I was going to go to Paris," she tried to explain away the decision that the world would soon find out she regretted when season two of .
His books have been published in several different languages and are bestsellers in Europe and Asia.
D, is a highly sought-after psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author of The Brain Fog Fix, Healing the Broken Brain, and Diet Rehab.
Meanwhile, as all this was unfolding, Conrad went on a blind date with USC law student and musician William Tell in February 2012—on Valentine's Day, to be exact. They moved in together and he popped the question in October 2013 with a round diamond solitaire engagement ring."He didn't even ask my friends [about what sort of ring to get], which was a bold move," Conrad told about her new husband. And we both think we're hilarious, so we spend a lot of time laughing. "They also share a love of entertaining, though Conrad admitted last year that not every day of her life is ripped right from the pages of her 2016 book .
"He doesn't like to feel that he's asking friends to go out of their way.
He has also been featured as La Toya Jackson’s therapist on OWN’s My Life with La Toya and has been featured as the therapist for The Bachelor’s Ben and Lauren’s therapist on their Freeform spinoff.
His forth book, Heal Your Drained Brain, will be published in February 2018.
"When I did television, scandal was always around me," she reflected to in 2015. If I hadn't done TV, I still would have ended up in the industry, but I definitely wouldn't be in the position I am now."; then in 2011, Conrad launched the get-the-look site The Beauty Department with her makeup artist and hair stylist, which was followed by the launch of Paper Crown, her own line of contemporary clothing (and, more recently, bridesmaid dresses)."Style and fashion can empower young women and teens, because when you feel good about the way you look and the way you're dressing, it helps with your self-esteem," Conrad explained her M. in a Barnes & Noble Meet the Writers interview in 2010.
"And I think one of the best things [about that] for me is that your life becomes more big-picture. It toughened me up, which is good."Conrad added, "Television was just sort of an accident... "While appearances aren't always the most important [thing], I think that all girls want to feel pretty and feel good about themselves."Of course, Conrad's decidedly uncontroversial answers and explanations, and her amiable, elevated-girl-next-door vibe created their own controversy when somehow she was slapped with the "basic"—and subsequently the "basic bitch"—label for her entirely inoffensive ways.
At the same time, my brand is based on being accessible and sharing the milestones of my life, and I'm so excited about it all.