an Oh Myyy Property

Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake continue to show us what being a good couple is all about.

Working towards her 2019 fitness resolutions, Biel posted some workout photos of herself on Instagram.

Timberlake had absolutely no qualms saying how he felt about them.

The photo has over 300,000 likes, and more than a few comments wondering what Biel could possibly be working to improve on, fitness-wise.It seems like she has things pretty well under control.

Posting a photo of herself leaning up against a Gaiam yoga ball, Biel wrote on Instagram:

"This year, I'm leaning on my friends, fam, and (literally) this yoga ball to keep my fitness resolutions on track."

Jessica Biel on Instagram: “This year, I’m leaning on my friends, fam, and (literally) this yoga ball to keep my fitness resolutions on track. Check out my @gaiam…”

Her husband, Timberlake, seems to agree—he left a comment, saying:

"Happy New Year to Me 🔥."

The couple have no problem expressing their love and affection for each other on social media, often posting adorable snapshots of what life is like inside the Biel/Timberlake family home!

Twitter continues to adore the couple's approach to love.

But it's not all pictures on social media.

According to People, in his book Hindsight: & All the Things I Can't See in Front of Me, Timberlake wrote of his wife:

"She's become a huge influence on my life, and I have such an admiration for her, especially seeing her as a mother now ... But I had admiration for her before. She's a very good writer. She's a poet. She's a tremendous actor. She's funny. Very funny. And she's one of the most patient people I've ever met… She changed me. She changed my life."

Congrats on your continued happiness, Justin and Jessica, it looks like your 2019 is shaping up to be pretty great already!

Miguel Candela/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images and @vkamluk/Twitter

Singapore Airlines is facing several questions from consumers following a discovery that the in-flight entertainment system may be watching its users back.

Keep reading... Show less

A 55-year-old woman from Manchester, England recently reached out to Sewport, a service that connects customers with clothing manufacturers, to find a bag designer who would make her a handbag.

A handbag out of her amputated leg.

Keep reading... Show less
Holly Rauch Gibson/Facebook

Perhaps the greatest tragedy a parent can face is losing their own child.

It's even more devastating when that child is young, with years of life ahead of them, potential snuffed out.

Keep reading... Show less
NBC / Contributor Getty Images

With the plethora of dating apps these days, you'd think it would be easier to find the perfect someone, or just anyone who isn't a complete basket-case. How many times have you met the man or woman of you dreams until they blindsided you with something so insane that it had you sprinting for the door? It's enough to make you want to stay single and stay clear of the chaos and confusion of the dating world.

Keep reading... Show less

There's a huge difference between a nice guy and a "nice guy." Actual nice guys treat women with respect simply because they're human beings and all humans should be treated with respect unless they prove themselves to be terrible people. The "Nice Guy" is a whole other monster. "Nice guy" always has an ulterior motive. "Nice guy" isn't nice to women because they're human, he's nice because he wants something in return - and he often flips out in scary ways when he doesn't get it.

Keep reading... Show less

Reddit user mattdacoolcat shared an unfortunately all too familiar story of discrimination from their days as a restaurant host:

Keep reading... Show less