Grin and Giggle Over these Vintage Thanksgiving Photos |
Image via Reminisce Times may have changed, but traditions have not; Thanksgiving is still that friend- and family-focused holiday during which we gather
Don’t Leave Home Without These Thanksgiving Travel Tips
Can you believe Thanksgiving is next week and is expected to be one of the busiest in years? Whether you are traveling by plane, train or automobile you shouldn’t leave home without these travel tips
Apps find the way. Spend the time to download popular travel apps and avoid time waiting for unexpected delays. Driving apps such as Waze help drivers navigate traffic and speed traps (don’t speed). If you are traveling by air check out GateGuru for flight status, gate changes or general airport info.
Change up your drive time. Obviously, you will have more control over your Thanksgiving travel if you are driving . This gives you a distinct advantage and allows you to the massage amount of travelers also taking to the open road. As painful as it sounds, try…
National Stress Awareness Day: 5 Ways to Relieve Stress Now
2. Count your blessings. It’s hard to remember all that you have when you are facing what you don’t. At this moment, think of the job you have, the food on your table, the family and friends in your life and even the clothes on your back. You are richer than you know
3. Exercise. You don’t have to don a sweatsuit or activewear or slip on a pair of sneakers. Get outside, take in the sunshine and take a walk. In fact, exposure to sunlight has been proven to boost serotonin levels which is the hormone that is naturally calming. Of course, hitting the gym and getting in some cardio is always a good idea just check in with your doctor before beginning a new exercise program.
4. Music soothes. Take a…
6 Tips for Surviving Daylight Savings Time
Florida lawmakers overwhelmingly passed a bill that allows The Sunshine State to opt out of Daylight Savings Time but as of this week, you may still need to fall back
Here are 6 tips for surviving daylight savings time:
Adjust your sleep schedule 4 days before setting clocks back. Don’t panic! Sleep experts are only talking about going to bed 15 minutes early each night.
Winding down. Avoid watching television or using your devices before bed. In fact, move your cell phone far away from your bedroom.
Cut your alcohol intake especially within 3 hours of your bedtime. Alcohol actually inhibits REM sleep leading to a night of tossing and turning which is the last thing you need.
Resist the urge to sleep in. Tempting as it may seem it won’t do your…
October is Auto Battery Safety Month: Safety Tips for Drivers
After just a mere year of white-knuckled driving with my learners’ permit under the guidance of my white-knuckled passengers, I had finally arrived as a licensed teen driver
I was nervous to say the least that the “nice car” was now under my control. I put my mother’s keys in the ignition and turned the metal forward only to hear a loud BOOM and explosion from under the hood. Sensing that I had screwed up for life, and would never be allowed behind the wheel of a nice car in our family, I screamed.
My Dad came running out, and my Mom assured me that the battery had exploded and I was not to blame. Thankfully, no one was hurt and I had done nothing wrong.
I felt compelled to share this…
8 Tailgaiting Tips Every Guy Should Know this Football Season
Let the games begin! It’s officially football season and you can kick off the season with a bang with these ingenious tailgaiting tips every guy needs to know. From etiquette tips to bringing along…