Meditation has been around for thousands, of years. Most people have a good grasp on what it is. You sit in a quiet space and focus on your breathing, shutting out all thoughts, worries and concerns. It’s something people around the world use to center themselves on tough days, but
Wine and beer aren’t the only beverages you should be sipping in San Francisco. Japanese brewers have made sake for more than 1,500 years. Only recently have Americans brought the craft of making this fermented rice alcohol to the U.S. Some may refer to sake as rice wine, but the
“Roughly 5,342 years remaining. Please do not turn off your computer.” Gen Xers who came of age during the AOL era look back on warnings like this with nostalgia. Load rage wasn’t a thing then. For millennials, however, nothing causes more indignation than a download lasting more than five seconds.
Do you flee in terror if your cubicle mate asks you to watch over her prized orchids? Have you resigned yourself to decorating with plastic because you can’t stand watching another plant perish? Not everyone is born with a green thumb. However, you can develop yours by choosing the right
Your wedding day is a significant event. Most couples plan every last detail, from the flower arrangements to the playlist. Yet on the big day, you might find a few extra guests in attendance. Wedding crashers aren’t just myth — ask these real-life brides and grooms. 1. A Buck for
Let’s be honest: parties become a lot more fun once you hit age 21. Sure, you could celebrate your birthday by ordering pizza and a cake, but where’s the originality in that? Adulting is hard. Waking up for work on the daily drains the best of us at times. And
Kicking your shoes off and settling down in a comfortable bed is one of the best parts of traveling. Before you start sawing logs, though, do a sweep around your room. Housekeepers do their best at maintaining dozens of rooms a day, but sometimes certain areas slip by inspection. An