Blake Lively recently launched her "curated lifestyle site" 'Preserve' and the decision has brought forth mild criticism and questions from her friend, Martha Stewart and some fans as to why. However, when one actually reads the comments about the lifestyle site it seems as if people are having difficulty with the fact that she wants to do more than one thing and not as to whether her new website is actually selling some desirable products.
Martha Stewart, the lifestyle mogul queen cannot seem to understand why she wants to enter her world as she expressed confusion when she thinks about the fact that her new friend is in a world she would love to be part of. The lifestyle mogul noted that she recently filmed a movie that she cannot talk about but if she had a choice she would prefer to be Blake Lively, an actress and intimated she would love to change places, she be the actress and Blake Lively be the lifestyle mogul.
Blake Lively is married to one of the best looking men in the world, Ryan Reynolds and is considered one of the top young actresses in Hollywoo, known for her past role on the television series "Gossip Girl" and who will soon be seen on movie screens in the highly anticipated movie "The Age of Adaline" which is in post-production stage and will be released in 2015.
She seems to have everything and yet that does not satisfy her as now she has entered the world of lifestyle blogging.
Interestingly, while some have criticized her new venture those that have received the products from her lifestyle site "Preserve" can only critique the 'packaging' because the goods are living up to the expectation as even Lucky Magazine's Social Media Director Virginia Nam had to admit upon receiving her product.
People might as well get used to the fact that Blake Lively is more than just a beautiful actress because her "Preserve" web site looks like it is going to be around for a long time as it is something that shows her business side, her philanthropic side and her desire to "showcase the power of imagination, ingenuity, quality and above all, people."