The actress’s new Web site continues to be a target for criticism, with The New York Times recently taking aim.
“Recent issues have offered tips on family harmony from a leader of the kabbalah community, cozy mothering anecdotes (and the revelation that her children call adults “grownies”) and a graphic regimen for detoxifying the body,” the article reads, adding, “Ms. Paltrow has recommended expensive hotels, restaurants and jewelry and offered tips on getting reservations at two of the Momofuku restaurants that don’t, in fact, take reservations.”
But the mom-of-two, who was in New York this week hosting an event for Bent On Learning, a non-profit organization that provides yoga and meditation classes for the city’s public school kids, insists that her critics just don’t get it, “because if they did, they would like it.”
Gwyneth adds that she launched the site “because I felt like I had a lot of really useful information that I was privileged enough to get, because I have this amazing, super, fortunate life.”
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