A smiling infant boy is not a “ladykiller.” A toddler offering an adult a cookie is not a “flirt.” Literally nothing a baby does needs to be turned into a romantic moment, so let’s stop saying things that imply otherwise.
CVS is famous for their ridiculously long receipts. If it bothers you to get the equivalent of a tree branch every time you buy gum, here’s how you can stop the madness.
Like romantic relationships, friendships can end. We tend to treat the loss of a friend as a mere blip, but these splits are often just as painful. Let’s start giving friendship break ups the respect they deserve.
California began using an earthquake warning system this summer that notifies citizens of seismic shifts coming to their area. In theory, that should give you a little time to prepare for the earth moving. Here’s what to do with those extra seconds.
On Wednesday afternoon, the Florida panhandle was hit with Hurricane Michael. It began as a Category 4 hurricane, and was placed in Category 3 by the time it reached Georgia—unprecedented for the area. Powerful winds and rains are expected throughout Thursday and Friday through North Carolina.
Though most of us don’t go so far as to hire an actual matchmaker in our quest for love, it should come as no surprise that if you’re looking for real, concrete advice on turning your luck around in the dating game, some of the best tips will come from the professionals. Alessandra Conti is a Celebrity Matchmaker at …
First of all, don’t believe it couldn’t happen. It could.
One of the most exciting notifications you can get on your phone is a new message from your crush/current bae. One of the most anxious feelings is waiting for that notification to come in. What if we just eliminated texting in relationships all together?
The best viewing for the annual Draconid meteor shower is Monday October 8th—so, tonight—with the best visibility taking place in the early evening. Welcome, Fall showers.
Have people told you that you’re intimidating and you just don’t know why? You may be giving off signals that say “don’t mess with me” without realizing it.
Dang, it feels so good to be righteous about literally everything. So sure of your moral compass and belief system. No wonder people refuse to see their own hypocrisy. It ruins the high.
On Friday, the Indonesian island of Sulawesi was hit by an earthquake of 7.5-magnitude, followed by a 20 foot tsunami. More than 1,200 deaths have been confirmed, and the city of Palu needs help.
As a tourist, you always suspect that you’re getting a very tailored and commercial experience. Sometimes that glitzy, crafted stuff can be fun, but if you want more, there’s a great way to get it: go on a date with a local.
There are many ways for a good boss to go bad, and one of those ways is a boss who doesn’t realize their own insane pace can’t be matched by their employees. There is hope, however, that you can reset boundaries.
If you’re someone who is already planning a surprise public proposal, you might be in too deep to know that it’s probably not a great idea. However, if you’re willing to hit pause, maybe go through this checklist before arranging the flash mob dance.
Every year, for one day, almost 1,500 museums across the U.S. open their doors to visitors at no cost. But you still need tickets.
One benefit of the streaming player Roku is that it allows users to create their own private channels, sort of like how people can make playlists on Spotify. And like Spotify, many of these curated channels are bad.
There are some things you won’t understand until you’ve matured past your twenties and thirties and have the benefit of both experience and hindsight.
Storms can destroy your home and level your neighborhood, but even after they pass, flooding presents unique dangers you might not be aware of. Even walking through water, it turns out, can kill you.
Hurricane Florence has hit the North Carolina coast, already causing massive flooding in inland towns along rivers. Meteorologists are anticipating that Florence will linger and move further inland over the weekend, which means a lot of people are going to need rescue and relief. Here’s how you can help.