How Not To Look Tired (When You're Really, Really Tired)
How Not To Look Tired (When You're Really, Really Tired): Sick of hearing, "wow, you look tired” after yo...
20 Things to Do When It’s Really, Really Cold
Light some candles, make a ten-hour stew, and put on your moisturizing socks.
Why You Really, Really Wanna Time Your Flu Shot Right
Car-care tips for when it gets really, really cold
Increase the odds of your car functioning in extreme cold
What do you really, really, really want?
Not sure? Prioritize YOU. Join our vision board workshop – this Saturday, March 3! This one is for the women out there. Why? Because I know so many women who have trouble prioritizing their n…
How Big is Minecraft? Really, Really, Really Big
Which is bigger, 'Minecraft' or Godzilla? Or Earth itself? Watch this video to find out.
Here's why salt doesn't help with slick road conditions when it's really, really cold
When temperatures fall below about 20 degrees, salt can no longer melt snow away. Here's the science explained.
17 Amazing Beauty Products That Are Really, Really, Affordable
Why a trucker shortage really, really matters
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How Cheap is 100% Renewable Electricity? Really Really.
Bottom line: in nearly 40 states, renewable electricity is less expensive than the existing power supply. … Read More
What the Government Wants, What It Really, Really Wants
According to USASpending.gov, the government spent $472,158,562,285 last year through contracting for services and products with companies large and small nationwide. This was a $34 billion increase from the previous year, and 2017 is anticipating another increase, especially in Department of Defense spending. To dive deeper, Maryland was the place of performance for $29,744,228,534 in …
A Really, Really Short Guide to Cash Loans
The most common and riskiest for fast cash. Payday loans use your paycheck as security against the amount you borrow. When you apply for a...
What Localization Buyers Really Really Want
by Steve Maule Traveling back from Dublin after attending another great Welocalize LocLeaders event and Localization World conference, I thought about some key content I gathered...
What global consumers really, really want
Customers want a personalized and convenient consumer experience, according to a Verizon study conducted by Longitude that examined what consumers really want when it comes to brand interaction. Today's shoppers want an efficient experience that mirrors how they communicate, supported...
Why your company blog is really (really) important
When I think about the world of advertising and public relations 50 years ago, I find myself conflicted.
Why cats really, really don't like cucumbers
People have been sharing videos of their cats' extreme reactions to cucumbers. Placing a cucumber behind a cat when it's eating appears to startle them, causing some cats to leap into the air in fright. The trend has spawned a dedicated subReddit called 'CucumbersScaringCats', where users have posted videos of them testing the trick on their own cats.
How to Grow Your Eyelashes Really, Really Long
What's Hellfront: Honeymoon and How to Be Really, Really Good at It
Now that Hellfront: Honeymoon has launched on Xbox One, it’s time to ask yourself: What is it, and more importantly, how do you get better at it than your friends? No worries! The developers of SkyGoblin are here to help answer these profoundly important questions! Theo here! I’m one of the three folks at SkyGoblin who designed and produced Hellfront: Honeymoon. The picture above is from a few weeks ago when we hosted a live Hellfront tournament at DreamHack Winter to really put…
How to Grow a Forest Really, Really Fast
Shubhendu Sharma is working to reforest the world, one tiny patch at a time