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Kristin Cavallari Takes Us Behind the Scenes of Her Miami Weekend

Music festival season may be a few months away, but this past weekend in Miami, it was all about the food. Along with a slew of other lifestyle gurus, Hills alum Kristin Cavallari attended the annual South Beach Food & Wine Festival to host a rosé happy hour with Whispering Angel in honor of her forthcoming cookbook, True Roots, and presumably her husband Jay Cutler's recent trade to the Miami Dolphins, among other things. Other activities on her weekend agenda included an all-day cooking demo hosted by nightclub owner David Grutman, with a thumping soundtrack by Alesso. VIDEO: 4 Healthy & Tasty Desserts Here, Cavallari shares her top moments from SOBEWFF, because what happens in Miami doesn't necessarily stay there.

23 Times Celebrities Were Mommy-Shamed

Life in the spotlight isn't always all it's cracked up to be. While there are of course perks that come along with being a star, there's a major downside to fame—especially for celebrity moms. It seems like every other day we read about another actress, model, or singer being mommy-shamed for doing something that critics deem "inappropriate," "wrong," or "irresponsible." The judgment runs deep, and, unfortunately, run rampant on each and every social media platform. RELATED: Molly Sims on Why We Need to Stop Mom Shaming Luckily, many of these moms clap back and show their haters who's boss. But the truth is, no one's safe when it comes to the Internet trolls. Everyone from Kim Kardashian and Chrissy Teigen to Reese Witherspoon and Victoria Beckham have come under fire, and whether they're being attacked for their personal parenting choices or—as is more often the case—just for living their lives, there's no limit as to how far critics will go. Scroll down for 23 times that celebrities have been mommy-shamed. RELATED VIDEO: Jessica Simpson's Most Precious Mommy & Me Moments

Here's How Kristin Cavallari Avoids a Winter Cold

There's no denying that Kristin Cavallari is super healthy (just look at her enviable figure—with three kids no less). So when it comes to clean-eating and living tips, when the former reality star-turned-lifestyle guru talks, we sit back and listen. Given that we're in peak cold and flu season, we recently asked her for some best practices to avoid getting sick, because, let's be real, nothing is worse than enduring the holidays face-deep in a box of Kleenex. "I swear by essential oils—they're the first thing I grab when my kids feel a cold coming on," said Cavallari, who partnered with Young Living for the beauty brand's holiday pop-up shop in downtown New York City. "Lavender in particular is very calming and relaxing. I put it on everyone's feet—mine, my husband's, my kids'—because it absorbs quicker." Here, she shares her specially-devised "immune-boosting blend" for curing the common cold. Here's to a sneeze-free winter.