Having conquered the children’s market, Lego is now going after the adult market. We are all reverting to childhood. There’s something to be said for that. (Source: Washington Post)
It’s easy to just react to headlines you see on Facebook and Twitter without looking deeper. That’s a mistake.
Some survey claims that most Americans worry about being judged for what they wear while exercising. I don’t share that concern. (Source: SWNS via New York Post)
Kiwi on a pizza? That’s what someone is doing in Denmark. I’d be less appalled if it didn’t include ham, too. (Source: New York Post)
Herein, a few words for those affected by the radio layoffs… er, “employee dislocation.” Even if you don’t want to hear anything from anybody right now, maybe this’ll help a little.
An article in the Washington Post examined what the worst seats are on an airplane, and how to avoid them. I didn’t think you need an article for that, but here we are. (Source: Washington Post)
January is National Walk Your Dog Month. I suppose you wouldn’t think of walking your dog without an officially designated month in which to do so. (Source: WTVJ/Miami)
A study says you use five hours of your day on “leisure activities,” which means mostly looking at screens. That means you DO have time to exercise. You just aren’t. (Source: New York Times)
It’s a bad flu season already. I hope you haven’t gotten it so far. (Source: KYW-TV/Philadelphia)
Some schools are replacing mandatory gym class with mandatory virtual physical education, which has students wearing Fitbits to track after-school activity. What a good idea. (Source: AP via Boston.com)