Washing your face is one of those things we assume everyone does the same way—until we hear someone does it differently.
Anyone who sleeps with white noise is likely to tell you they can’t fall asleep without it. And when you count up all the apps and white noise machines on the market, it may seem like you’ve stumbled upon the holy grail of sleeping.
In my experience, life can be pretty complicated. Although most of us have plenty to manage in our day-to-day lives—jobs, relationships, family, exercise, sleep, you name it—there are really only a few things we truly have control over.
You think you’re a clean person. You don’t leave dirty dishes in the sink—well, at least not often. You sweep occasionally.
“Just try everything once.” Pretty sure mom was referring to our fruits and veggies with this advice, not recreational drugs.
With the weather finally starting to act appropriately winter-like (on the east coast, at least), we’re once again struck by the unsettling realization that winter is cold.
Health professionals may debate the benefits of dairy or the best time to exercise, but there’s one thing they all agree on: Sleep is really freaking important.
If your last series of date nights featured sweatpants and powering through the DVR queue, it’s probably time to switch things up (though we’re all for lazy evenings in once in a while).
Few things strike fear into the hearts of 20-somethings like finance terms—money management, debts and assets, and the kicker: budgeting.
Earwax is one of those annoying facts of life, and for many of us, Q-tips are a satisfying way to get the gunk out.
Tom Brady is a four-time Super Bowl champion, three-time Super Bowl MVP and is playing some of the best football of his career at age 38.
Ranging from a 3 p.m. coffee-crash throb to an agonizing pain that leaves you light-sensitive and nauseated, headaches are something most, if not all of us, have experienced.
No matter how much you may want to make healthy choices, it can feel like there simply isn’t time. When running out the door, it’s easier to grab a pre-packaged granola bar than whip up a veggie scramble.
While no one can say for certain what the specific long-term health effects are for athletes who endure repeated head injuries, scientists know such occurrences can lead to brain damage and disease.
As we entered the new year, we all made resolutions for better diets, more exercise, stronger career goals, saving more money, being nicer to our parents and so on.
With E. coli outbreaks at Chipotle taking over the news, we understand if you’re a little bummed out.
1. “Teenage angst has paid off well. Now, I’m bored and old.”—Kurt Cobain As a moody and angst-ridden adolescent who never wanted to miss out on the fun, you may have caused yourself a lot of grief.
There are many great places in the US you could suggest to the bachelorette. Get excited for the travels and friendship to come in one of these tempting destinations: 1. Las Vegas, Nevada Any girl who has been to Vegas knows how fun Sin City can be.
The new year is upon us. It’s time to reflect on the year that was, prepare for the year that will be and try to justify all those irresistible foods you came across during the holiday season.
For emerging artists these days, signing to major record labels isn’t always the best option. Oftentimes, contracts are overlooked by artists who are simply looking for opportunities to finally showcase their art and talents.