Explaining how to get in shape quick and efficiently for the summertime and a lifetime…a few do’s and dont’s fitness ideas and secret. workout and cardio talk, you know? the good and boring stuff. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGbDyzuc5Fw
Image: Flickr, Simon & His Camera Mysteries aren’t exclusive to the Bermuda Triangle or the Loch Ness Monster. If you think about it, there are puzzling aspects of life we overlook each and every day. These mysteries can be found in even the most mundane of places – the office. We delved into
Mysteries aren’t exclusive to the Bermuda Triangle or the Loch Ness Monster. If you think about it, there are puzzling aspects of life we overlook each and every day. These mysteries can be found in even the most mundane of places – the office.
We delved into the science behind your home away from home. Why is it so hard to resist those free donuts? What’s the psychology behind the work crush? What’s the deal with coffee only staining your favorite mug at the level of the brew?
Fear not! We’re here to make office life less baffling. Unfortunately, we can’t get rid of the jargon – we’ll have to circle back on that by EOD, once we get the ball rolling.
From a supersonic free fall to the Long Island town hall brawl, this past week was intense. Now that it’s over and you have time to decompress, this is a perfect opportunity to add a few digital tools to your digital toolbox. Like usual, your friends at Mashable have been tinkering with all the
Mark Halperin and John Heilemann, who previously authored the 2008 campaign chronicle Game Change, are coming out with the 2012 edition, Double Down, shortly, and it’s looking to be a doozy. For one thing, they got ahold of Mitt Romney’s running mate shortlist, and the code names they used for
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(CNN)The CIA ‘inadvertently’ left ‘explosive training material’ on a school bus after a training exercise. Not exactly welcome news for parents.
Here’s what getting fit has to do with getting busy. 1. Exercise gets your blood flowing. (Everywhere.) View this image ‘ Sebas and Clim / Via vimeo.com ‘Your whole sexual response has so much to do with blood flow,’ Dr. Madeleine