Experts recommend between seven and nine hours of sleep a night, but at least a third of us aren’t getting that much. Here are four things that happen to your brain when you’re running on less than six hours of sleep . . .
A lot of us have made this mistake: You try to get in shape by going overboard, and do too much too fast. Like you decide to run five miles, then you’re sore for a week and never do it again. So the right way to do it is by thinking long-term, creating goals, and sticking with a routine. And here’s a great example.
Today is National Chocolate Chip Day. And somehow, there are people out there who aren’t happy about it. According to a survey, 2% of Americans say they HATE chocolate chips. And another 5% of people say they dislike them.
Oreo just announced all the new flavors they’re rolling out this summer to keep you constantly eating cookies. Check ’em out.
A new survey asked people to name the top inventions from the past 25 years. And this may come as a shock, but none of those “As Seen On TV” products made the list. (Am I the only one still using my Snuggie every night?)