RADAR Jan­uary Jones and her ob­ses­sion with re­al­ity TV; Michelle Mon­aghan is so over the 40-shamers; meet the coffee cup of your dreams.

Press­ing pause in the here and now.

Elle (Canada) - - Insider - ALIYAH SHAMSHER

It may be our birth­day this month, but we’re look­ing to the fu­ture, not un­like Jan­uary Jones (page 54) as she em­barks on her post- Mad­Men chap­ter. I’m also in­spired by a past grande dame of cinema, Mar­lene Di­et­rich. The bi­o­graph­i­cal novel Mar­lene (out May 24) is beau­ti­fully writ­ten by C. W. Gort­ner. One of Di­et­rich’s most fa­mous lines can be found in the first chap­ter: “I never think about the fu­ture.” And I pro­pose we do just that: En­joy this mo­ment for as long as we can.

“I just want to chill and do nor­mal stuff.” – Jan­uary Jones on life af­ter Betty Draper

Cur­rent mind­ful­ness motto (cour­tesy of Mar­lene Di­et­rich):

“See­ing twi­light fall should be pre­scribed by doc­tors.”

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