Host Your First Dinner Party for Under $100


So, you want to have a dinner party, but you don’t really cook and you don’t have a lot of green to blow. Ain’t no thang. We did the legwork and planned a foolproof meal for you and 5-7 amigos for just over $75. That’s right. ‘Tizers, salad, dessert and even wine and beer included. …Read More

The Dos and Don’ts of the Great American Road Trip


A long road trip can be a picturesque glimmer of American glory…or a swirling votex of boredom and horror. Our dos and don’ts will help you to keep your vehicular journey more along the lines of the former. DO Bump the best tunes. Good music is directly correlated with a good roadtrip. Make a power …Read More

10 Things that are Infinitely Better Done Barefoot

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Barefoot is better. Period. If you’re still with me after that statement, read on for a 10 things you’re probably already doing semi-regularly that you really ought to be doing barefoot. 1)      Sitting at your desk and/or cubicle at work You may be thinking something along the lines of: “But if I have to wear …Read More

Make Monday Not Suck in 10 Easy Steps


Real talk: Mondays can be bad, but they don’t have to be. Check out our tips for making Monday the new Thursday…or at least just a decent day. 1. Make something delicious for breakfast on Sunday night Breakfast is allegedly the most important meal of the day. Whether or not you buy into that, it’s …Read More

3 Boston-Based Apps for a Healthier You


It’s easy to get overwhelmed when it comes to browsing the app store (we know; we live there). We also live in Boston, so we appreciate a little local flair. In the spirit of city pride, we’ve distilled your app-store fitness plans down to three great apps, home grown right here in Beantown. Check ‘em …Read More

Live Like A Tourist


We know what you’re thinking, and no, we’re not talking about that kind of tourist. Not the Tevas-with-socks wearing, shameless selfie-taking, loud and lost tourist. The other kind; the one armed with relentless curiosity and desire to see everything there is to be seen. There is a strange and inspiring sort of panic that comes …Read More

Date Yourself: A Beginners Guide to Doing Things Alone


We’re not used to being alone these days simply because we don’t have to be. The whole world comes everywhere with us in our pockets. We can make (or cancel) plans in 140 characters or less. However, being alone is good for you. Studies show that doing things by yourself can actually alleviate depression. Riding solo …Read More

How to Waste Every Hour of Your Weekend


First let’s get something straight: we don’t want you to waste time. Our time on earth is finite, each moment is a precious gift, get busy living or get busy dying, YOLO, all that good stuff. However, it is very warm outside and we can understand the appeal of staying close to your fan and/or …Read More