It might seem a little early to be thinking about New Year’s resolutions, but if you’re planning on losing weight once the holiday bacchanal is in the rear view mirror, you should definitely pick up this smart scale. Read more...
This article is by staff writer Honey Smith. Oh, 2015, where did you go? It seems only moments ago it was time for New Year’s resolutions, and now here we are again. With only a month left before another year is behind us, you may be wondering how best to maximize this year’s finances. Show More Summary
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Peach & Craig's Peaceful Australia Abode Pin it The holidays might feel like they're flying by again this year, as they sometimes do. And before long, we'll all find ourselves straddling the line between the old year and the new, hoping to approach 2016 with a blank slate and big ambitions of personal betterment. Show More Summary
You know your finances are a mess. But why wait until New Year's Day to make changes? Here are four financial resolutions you should make, and start following, before 2016 rolls around. 1. Make a Realistic Budget Before you can change your financial habits, you need a roadmap listing how much you...
Apple’s new iPhone 6s has a fantastic new camera that represents a huge upgrade compared to last year’s iPhones. The resolution has been bumped up to 12 megapixels, low-light sensitivity is improved and Live Photos are a fun new feature, but there are some things that you’ll never be able to fit into a smartphone that thin. Show More Summary
As the end of the year rolls around, you have already started thinking of New Year resolutions, and how you didn’t achieve the ones you set last year. Cheer up. This time, you’re going to have the power of science on your side, and a simple three-step program to finish what you set out to do. Show More Summary
Ahead of your New Year’s resolution to hit the gym harder, East Dane hones in on its latest active gym styles. Featuring standby pieces from T by Alexander Wang, Calvin Klein Underwear and more, East Dane stages a boxing training session. Show More Summary
The holidays are fast approaching, and before you know it, you’ll be making your next New Year’s resolution. Some of you might recall that last winter, I suggested making one of your fishing resolutions for 2015 spending more time just looking into the water and making observations. Show More Summary
Many of us include workout in their New Year or birthday resolution but the fire dies out soon and most... The post 30 Day Challenge To Train Up Your Body appeared first on Lifehack.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s New Year’s resolution for 2015 was to read a new book every two weeks. In a post to his Facebook followers Zuckerberg said he would choose books that offer insights into “different cultures, beliefs, histories,...Show More Summary
Your New Year’s resolutions: to look like Vin Diesel’s fitter twin and to rise every morning peacefully and gradually, instead of by hitting snooze on your iPhone alarm six or seven times like you do now. Don’t worry, we’re on it. We’ve got a refurbished Fitbit Flex on sale for just $69.99 at the BGR Store. Show More Summary
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's 2015 New Year's resolution was to read an important book every two weeks and discuss it with the Facebook community. Zuckerberg's book club, A Year of Books, has focused on big ideas that influence society and business. Show More Summary
The United Nations General Assembly adopts countless resolutions on nuclear weapons, every year. But this year something was different. At the UN headquarters in New York, a significant battle over nuclear weapons took place. TakingShow More Summary
On Nov. 13, Netflix will debut With Bob and David, its accurately-named sketch comedy series starring Bob Odenkirk and David Cross of Mr. Show. The sketch released last week spoofed implausible New Years’ resolutions, and now a new sketch called Know Your Rights tackles the theme of police misconduct. Show More Summary
(PG-13: Language) One of the skits in Bob Odenkirk and David Cross’ upcoming Netflix comedy miniseries sees a group of friends refusing to support their buddy’s New Year’s resolution. We await the inside jokes about their goals.
Bob Odenkirk and David Cross’ Netflix sketch comedy show will debut on November 13, and in anticipation of its arrival, they’ve released the first real dosage of what the show will be like — a full, 5-minute sketch. (Formerly, they’d released trailers, which were more just promises that, gasp, a sketch show would feature wigs and costumes.) …Read More
My knee is feeling much better. Thanks for asking. More than a year ago, I shared my resolution to sample more new books. How’s that working out? Two comics I bought last week show why trying new stuff is great. Well, I mean, if trying a new series by two talents who have proven themselves […]
Get a head start on your "new you new year" resolutions with these seven new health, wellness, and inspirational releases this fall. From life changing new ways of eating, to learning to let go of the things that hold us back, theseShow More Summary
At the dawn of 2015, I made a New Year’s resolution. I vowed to try to rely less on email and actually use the good old-fashioned phone to reach out to public relations people on my various beats. Even if I didn’t have anything on the...Show More Summary