The cat’s out of the bag: most people prefer watching TV through on-demand apps instead of their clunky old cable TV boxes — and cable TV subscription costs are way too high. Who wants to pay for a bunch of channels they’ll never watch that are only available on a box that’s hard to use and comes with a rental fee?
For some, hosting the Super Bowl is the event of the year. It combines some of the reasons people love the holidays — it brings friends/family together, everyone gorges on food and drink, and there’s a central attraction for everyone to engage with.
I practically grew up in the kitchen, cooking with my mom every afternoon. As an adult, I still enjoy cooking on the weekends, but I find myself swinging by the drive-thru as often as making a home cooked meal.
People often start to think about their New Year’s resolution about five seconds after the clock strikes midnight and the ball drops. This is when people transition from the mentality of holiday consumption to a new year of health-focused living.
Taking care of our fur babies is obviously a top priority, and that means regular vet check-ups. But the average vet visit can cost more than $50 just to walk through the door and up to $300 or more for emergency situations.
Even if pets don't understand the holidays, few beings in your life will be as grateful to receive a gift as your furry friend. Accordingly, we’ve put together a guide of the top gifts for both cats and dogs:
These days, you can’t visit many recipe sites without reading about Instant Pots. These handy appliances have been around for quite some time, but they’ve gotten so much buzz lately because their multifunctionality makes them a great deal and a major convenience for working people who want to eat well.
You don’t have to be a sommelier to tell the difference between a good bottle of wine and a bad bottle of wine. Generally speaking, wine buyers have set the unofficial threshold at a price point of $20.