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Survey: Well-being and Mental Health Top Goals for 2019

We hear it every year—the biggest resolution for the coming year is to lose weight. But how about for 2019? Results from a new survey conducted by Life Time, the premier healthy lifestyle brand, reveal that more than half of respondents are committed to improving overall well-being and mental health as the top pick for the New Year. Overall results ...

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Aquaman: A Review

Aquaman has been billed as the greatest superhero movie ever made and I would highly agree with that. Aquaman is a wild action-packed thrill ride that is extremely imaginative and a total assault on the senses. Though most of it is 95% CGI special effects the scenes are wonderfully done and the various undersea kingdoms are exotic and impressive along ...

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Here Are Four Towns That Go All Out During The Christmas Season

Something about Christmas decorations seems to bring instant holiday cheer — and these four towns have an abundance. Check out how these cities in states from Colorado to Vermont go all out for the Christmas season. Durango, Colorado The classic Christmas children’s book “The Polar Express” comes to life in the town of Durango in Colorado’s southwest corner. Just like ...

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Baby Boomers Make ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’ Americans’ Favorite Christmas Flick

Americans over the age of 35 have made “It’s A Wonderful Life” the most popular Christmas movie in the United States, according to an Axios survey published Tuesday. The younger millennial generation chose more recent films, such as “Home Alone” and “Elf,” as their go-to Holiday flicks. Apparently, not enough people have seen “Die Hard” to determine the 1980s action movie ...

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Do You Know The History Behind ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’?

The classic winter tune “Baby It’s Cold Outside” has been criticized by some for having lyrics they say equal sexual harassment, but the song’s critics may not realize its background as a duet sung by a husband and wife. Broadway songwriter Frank Loesser wrote “Baby It’s Cold Outside” in 1944 to perform with his wife at their housewarming party in New ...

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Government Shutdown Won’t Stop NORAD’s Santa Tracker

The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) will continue its more than 60-year-old tradition of tracking Santa Claus as he leaves the North Pole to deliver presents across the world. The twitter account for NORAD and the U.S. Northern Command announced Friday that Santa will be tracked on Christmas Eve regardless of whether or not a government shutdown has gone ...

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Don’t Want To Check That Carry-On? Be Ready To Pay More To Fly

Atlanta airport

Airlines are getting creative in an effort to streamline their boarding process and get passengers on the plane faster, but many see the rules as a guise to charge customers more and satisfy those who pay more. The new boarding processes highlight the unique puzzle of getting paying customers onto the plane as quickly as possible while avoiding crammed aisles ...

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Cheers! We Tried Some Of Some Of The Best Christmas Cocktails — Here Are The Best

What is better than a couple of amazing Christmas themed cocktails to enjoy with your family and friends during the greatest holiday of the year? Nothing. The Daily Caller News Foundation had the pleasure of tasting a few of drinks made by Michael P. Foley, a mixologist and author of Drinking With Saint Nick: Christmas Cocktails for Sinners and Saints, just ...

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New ‘MIB International’ Shows that Hollywood is Out of Ideas

The new trailer from Sony Pictures shows us just what  Men in Black could have been  – if it didn’t have Will Smith or Tommy Lee Jones and it was based in … London. It looks exactly as bad as you’d expect. The special effects look well done, the storyline is somewhat interesting, but moving it to England and stripping ...

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NORAD’s Famous Santa Tracker Started as a Fluke

Tracking Santa on his trek across the world has been a holiday tradition for many American families for decades, but did you know that it all started because of a mistake? Kids across the U.S. have grown accustomed to keeping track of the big guy’s journey through the North American Aerospace Defense Command Santa Tracker. They can track his flight ...

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Watch: This is the coolest answer to “porch pirates”

This is the time of year that “porch pirates”, people who steal delivered packages from entryways and porches, become active and YouTuber Mark Rober has an answer that not only serves a bit of rough justice, but is quite funny as well.

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USPS Will Deliver 3 Billion Pieces of Mail This Week – Here’s how to get your packages there on time

USPS Mail delivery

Many consumers are in a sprint to the finish in terms of getting their holiday gifts and greetings in the mail. This week is expected to be the busiest week of the holiday mailing and shipping season for the Postal Service. The agency expects to process and deliver nearly 3 billion pieces of mail, which includes packages, this week alone. ...

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This is how to make the coolest gingerbread house I’ve ever seen [video + recipe + instructions]

When I was growing up, my mom and I would make gingerbread houses on Halloween and at Christmas, and this video made me want to do one on my own this year. The tips on how to keep the roof from sliding and the ultra-cool stained glass windows really help the house stand out. Watch: Recipe (from BuzzFeed’s Tasty) Ingredients: ...

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