Sometimes, there’s just one topic. Wednesday was one of those days. Of course, I watched the watchers watching Michael Cohen being watched.
A study shows that you can get good workout results when you least expect it, like when you don’t even realize you’re working out. (Source: The Conversation)
A couple plans to spend their retirement living in a hotel instead of a nursing home. It’s actually a good plan, maybe. (Source: KTVT/Dallas)
Oscars? Everyone had an opinion, whether they saw the movies or not.
A couple says they’ve seen “Bohemian Rhapsody” 24 times. No, they’re not insane, they have a good reason. (Source: Los Angeles Times)
Some employers have their workers wear fitness trackers and monitor their steps and heart rate and whatever else they can monitor. Creepy? Oh, my, yes. (Source: Washington Post)
Waking up early is good for you. Or maybe not. Depends on you. (Source: BBC)
Shamrock Shakes are back, in case that’s something you want. (Source: KABC-TV/Los Angeles)
The L.A. Times ranked fast food french fries. And so will I. (Source: Los Angeles Times)