360-Degree Images Let You Virtually Travel Around the World

3 Apr

A full screen, 360-degree image lets you virtually travel to some of the most beautiful sites in the world, and the ability to look in any direction gives you the feeling of standing on Mars, in Machu Picchu, on top Mt. St. Helens, or any of the other destinations featured. More >>

How to Thoroughly Disinfect Your Airplane Seat

20 Mar

American consumers’ top three financial concerns are health coverage, savings goals, and living expenses. What if we told you their fourth financial concern, life insurance, had the potential to solve for the first three? Let’s take a look at four of the best features life insurance has to offer. More >>

12 Things That Go on Super Sale in March

13 Mar

Without any major holidays, March isn’t known for its sales the way other months are – we’re talking about you, Black Friday and Fourth of July sales! But if you know what to look for, you can score some pretty huge deals this month. More >>

Why Does Daylight Saving Time Start at 2:00 A.M.?

6 Mar

At 2:00 a.m. on Sunday, March 8, most of America will turn their clocks forward to start daylight saving time in the annual tradition beloved by some and bemoaned by others. But wouldn’t midnight make a more practical start time? Why, of all random starts, 2:00 a.m? Find out why we have daylight saving time in the first place. More >>

4 Things You Can Take from Your Hotel Room – And 6 You Can’t

28 Feb

If there’s one thing most hotels reliably have in their rooms, it’s soap. And according to Ousman Conteh, general manager at Claridge House Chicago, these mini bottles are OK to take from your hotel room. “Often hotels receive negotiated pricing for items from another brand,” he says. However, Curt Asmussen, managing director of Obie Hospitality, notes that it’s not encouraged to take these items – but guests aren’t penalized in any way if they do. More >>

10 Best Foods to Help Fight Stress

21 Feb

There are many ways to manage and even reduce stress levels when you’re feeling tense. Food can be one of your biggest allies — or enemies. It can make your stress levels go down or up, so it’s critical to pay attention to what you’re eating when you’re feeling frazzled. Not to mention, just being stressed can increase your need for certain nutrients, such as vitamin C, vitamin B, selenium, and magnesium, noted a review published in June 2016 in the Journal of Nutrition & Food Sciences. More >>

22 Valentine’s Day Movies to Watch for a Cozy Holiday at Home

14 Feb

There are a million fun date options that are perfect for Valentine’s Day, but if you’re the kind of couple who goes out all the time and wants to mix things up, or you’re a tried and true pair of homebodies, cuddling up on the couch and turning on a romantic movie is a great thing to do. Once you’ve given the perfect Valentine’s Day gift and posted an Instagram with a funny caption, it’s time for you to get comfortable. More >>

37 of the Handiest Gadgets on Amazon Under $25

7 Feb

Do me a favor: Close your eyes and take a moment to imagine a world where there are no small annoyances that instantly ruin your day: No slipping in the shower, no sipping a lukewarm beer, no digging through your purse trying to find your keys every morning. And now, try to imagine that the products that make this dream a reality are all available for under $25 bucks. More >>

Most Overrated NFL Players of All Time

31 Jan

Don’t you just love it that sports media are so quick to hype athletes as the biggest and the best. Then as soon as they go south, we pile on like kids in a mosh pit? Yeah, us, too. So as a public service, we’re honored to share some of our favorite overrated players in NFL history broken down by team. More >>

Who do you think is the most overrated football player?