Many news and business organizations, most notably Glassdoor and Forbes, have published long and extensive lists about big name companies to work for in the world. There are multiple businesses that have appeared numerous times on these varies lists...
This gallery will teach you one thing, love (or those in these photographs) are blind to looks. That or they have a weird fetish and no shame in putting it on public display. Good for you chubby chaser, someone has...
There’s a lot to keep up with in life. We get distracted by things like work, school, personal engagements, Netflix marathons (although totally necessary at times), and just life. It is way too easy to push certain things off to...
I have been an entrepreneur since the day I was born, in my opinion, but over the last 10+ years of real business interactions I have learned a lot of things which can be applied to any career. Hopefully...
Kate Hudson managed to keep Matthew McConaughey after she behaved like a mad woman, Carrie got Big to marry her and Julia Roberts found a man who was willing to look past the fact that she was a prostitute...
After I graduated this past May, it took me a good three months for the excitement to wear off and I started realizing there were things I did miss about college. The fun, the parties, the long hours bonding...
If you've ever used one of Apple's smartphones, tablets or Macs, you'll likely have come across iTunes, its software for playing music, videos and transferring media onto devices. Many people have a love/hate relationship with iTunes as it used to...
St. Patrick's Day: a day to celebrate your Irish heritage, or to pretend that you're Irish. (Both equally acceptable) But mostly, great beer and great food. St. Patrick's Day gives us an extra excuse to indulge in all that is...

Why Do We Kiss?

Maybe there’s more than meets the eye, or perhaps, the lips, when it comes to kissing.  There’s no denying it– people love to kiss. In cinema, kisses can be pivotal moments. Some film plots are hinged around a kiss (Never...
In survey after survey, Americans have not scored well on retirement literacy tests. But a new survey of Americans ages 60 to 75 says 80% failed a retirement income literacy test. The results of the poll, released today by the...