Simple Ways to Learn Something New

With September being National Self-Improvement Month, we thought it would be fun to share with you some simple ways to learn something new. Adding a new skill to your repertoire is one of the fundamentals of improving oneself. We'll show you how to easily learn math, play an instrument and more. Use GIFs to Learn Math Concepts Math was never your best subject and most of what the teacher Read more ...

The Best of the Best from the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

During the month of August, we were all captivated by one thing: seeing our friends, family, celebrities and strangers pour icy water over their heads in a series of viral videos. Weird how we amuse ourselves, right? While there was certainly a dose of humor to be had with the Ice Bucket Challenge, we never forgot it was for a very serious, under-publicized cause: ALS. Also known as Lou Gehrig’s Read more ...

6 Ways to Create Good Habits

Want to work out more frequently? Eat more veggies? Track your spending? In honor of National Self-Improvement Month, here are six ways to incorporate good habits into your life. 1. Commit to 21 days. Experts say it takes at least 21 days to create a habit. If you can make it through the initial conditioning phase, your new habit will be much easier to sustain. 2. Do it daily. Consistency Read more ...

5 Health and Beauty Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar

While companies are constantly introducing new products to the market, the best beauty and health elixirs can sometimes be found in our kitchen cabinets. Apple cider vinegar is a well known natural alternative to many beauty and health products. This simple product can remedy a variety of your problems while also helping you to save money. Keep reading to learn how to incorporate it into your daily Read more ...

7 Tips for the Ultimate Tailgating Party

Football season is finally here, and it’s the perfect time to get together and tailgate for your favorite team. We know how hard it is to prepare everything days before, so we’ve provided the best hacks and tips to make your tailgating party a breeze. 1. Get There Early: Give yourself plenty of time to get as close to the stadium as possible, as well as having enough time to eat, relax Read more ...

How to Kick a Bad Habit And Make Better Choices

Whether it’s biting nails, drinking too much soda, overspending or smoking, most people have a habit they’d like to kick to the curb. Here are four tips on how to say sayonara to your vices so you can kick a bad habit and make better choices. 1. Replace the bad habit with a good one—or at least one that’s more benign. It’s easier to change a mental pattern than to reconstruct it entirely, Read more ...

14 Ways to Save When Eating Out

It’s so nice to hang up your apron and let someone else wait on you for the night. Unfortunately, dining out can get expensive, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Here are 15 ways to save when eating out--whether you’re stopping at a roadside diner for a pancake breakfast or enjoying a decadent date night complete with gourmet food, wine and a Broadway show. Many restaurants have kids Read more ...

8 Things to Do Over Labor Day Weekend

Fall doesn’t officially begin until September 22, but for many, Labor Day weekend marks the unofficial end of summer. While many kids are already back in school, this three-day weekend gives us one last chance to celebrate the lazy days of summer. Here are 10 fun things you can do this Labor Day weekend. It’s your last hoorah, so we say go for it! Visit an obscure museum. Chances are you Read more ...