Monthly Archives: October 2014

Hail a Cab, Ditch the Uber

Driving through a city is no easy feat. If you save enough money to invest in a car, you then have to worry about scarce parking, dense traffic, licensed drivers who should definitely not be licensed drivers, and many more traffic maladies.   Luckily, there are plenty of alternatives: you can bicycle, use public transportation… Read More

NFL Week Eight Preview: An Early Morning Falcons-Lions Matchup in London and 3 Other Things To Watch For

Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning (18) celebrates his 509th career touchdown pass with teammates during the first half of an NFL football game against the San Francisco 49ers, Sunday, Oct. 19, 2014, in Denver. (AP Photo/Jack Dempsey)

Here’s hoping you enjoyed the 2014 NFL season. It was fun while it lasted. Your team gave its best effort (with the exception of Washington, Jacksonville, Oakland and a select few others), but they’ll have to try again next year to secure that elusive championship.   With 100 days to go until the Super Bowl,… Read More

Rules of Mens Fashion: Button Standards In Formal and Casual Wear

When it comes to men’s fashion, the button presents a surprising challenge. While buttons are simply tools that clasp fabric together, they can have a significant impact on your overall style.   For formal wear, the collar button should always be hidden by your tie’s knot. You can get away with leaving the button open… Read More

For the Love of Your Body: Cancer Research Calendar Transforms Women’s Body Insecurities into Art

A woman’s relationship with her body is always a bit of a mishmash of mixed emotions, but too often do the negative emotions and opinions tend to outweigh the positive. All it takes is one look at the long list of terms women use to describe their “problem areas” — terms like muffin top, thunder… Read More

Hot Topics in Health: Smart Ice Skates are the Latest in Smart Athletic Gear Aimed at Reducing Sports Injuries

Figure skating is a sport which manages to combine athleticism and art all in one aesthetically pleasing package. As beautiful as it is to watch, one rarely considers the level of stress that figure skating can put on skaters’ bodies, particularly their joints. This stress can ultimately make each remarkable triple axel or salchow as… Read More

Not the Same Old Social Network: How Fitbay is Changing the Experience of Shopping Online

Online shopping is a blessing — one with the potential of turning into a complete disaster. In other words, we love online shopping for its convenience, its endless variety of products, and its ability to let us hunt for the best deals. On the flip side, we hate that we can never know exactly what… Read More

Can You Rock a Snapback?

Women have a number of options when it comes to accessorizing, but men are often only left with functional fashion, like watches and belts. Women’s accessories are appreciated for their aesthetic value, while men’s accessories are often valued for what they get done. A watch can be stylish and trendy, but in the end, it’s… Read More