The web is alive with reactions since Mark Zuckerberg announced Facebooks impending News Feed redesign last week, which will be rolled out slowly like Timeline was. First, let me just say that theres nothing to worry about. If Facebook provides a viable marketing avenue for your business, then it should continue to do so, as long as you use it to its fullest potential. But that goes without saying for any marketing effort, regardless of system updates. Check out this short video for an overview of the changes...
Improved Appearances: Common Plastic Surgery Myths Debunked
Over 10 billion dollars are spent each year in the U.S. on plastic surgery procedures. This staggering number demonstrates the need for cosmetic options on a variety of levels. Though more and more people are embracing the benefits of improved appearance through plastic surgery options, there are still some longstanding misconceptions that exist. Here are four of the most common plastic surgery myths, along with the truth.
If buying a new mattress seems much more time-consuming than shopping for any other piece of furniture, that's because you're right! Different lines of mattresses in each brand on the market can make your head spin, and comparing between brands can be even more complicated. However, the process is worth your time and energy because, unlike an ugly armchair, you can't just live with a regrettable mattress decision. Proper sleep and back health are too important to scrimp on.
Snowboarding is a fun bit of winter recreation mixed into grueling physical activity. Sore muscles and joints after a day on the slopes are common for novices and professionals alike. As with any sport, warming up gets your body ready, reduces the chance of injury, and improves your range of motion, so when you do finally hit the slopes with your board, you can perform to the best of your abilities. Here are a few warm-ups and exercises you can do to prepare for your next snowboarding excursion.
Home Remodeling Projects with the Best and Worst ROI
The key to determining whether any project will give you a good return on your investment is defining what form that return will take. Are you hoping to sell or refinance your home in the near future, or are you expecting to recoup your expenses over time from savings on your utility bills, rebates on newer energy saving modifications, and your own personal enjoyment of your living space?