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Everyone in golf has their eye on two players this year, Phil Mickelson and Rory McIlroy. Phil Mickelson is a Hall-of-Famer and young McIlroy continues to make his mark. You may not be a pro, but learning what gear these two players use could give you an edge in your own game. Phil Mickelson He’s won 42 events on the PGA tour. Nicknamed Lefty, Mickelson has been a pro golfer since 1992. Inducted in the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2012, we bet he knows a thing or two about playing golf. Let’s take a look at what’s in his golf bag: 1. Mickelson loves the Callaway HEX Black Tour golf ball and he uses small dots to mark it.Read Now »
Traveling the world is, for many people, a passion. Last year, a ranking of the most visited cities worldwide was published and here are the top 5. 1. London, England
2. Bangkok, Thailand
3. Paris, France
4. Dubai, United Arab Emirates
5. Istanbul, Turkey If you are ready to join the adventure and book your international adventure to one of these or other exotic locales, CheapOair is a great place to begin. Since its inception in 2005, CheapOair has become a top five online travel agency.
The end of the holiday season not mean the frenzied development of tech products and tech gift ideas has ended. The popularity of Apple Watches, Hoverboards, drones and Smart Home gadgets has triggered an eruption of tech ideas that can ease the strain and increase the fun in our daily lives. Here are some of the latest and freshest tech gift ideas for your consideration: 1. NOTTI: A Bright Idea Sold out at almost all retailers during the holidays, this tech gift offers multiple and practical features for everyday use that previously were unavailable all in one device.Read Now »
So you've decided not to put it off any longer. The horror and embarrassment of coming home to your stale, unattractive and dreadful décor in your living space can no longer wait. It’s time to renovate your home and undertake a refreshing new design in your living space. If you are considering how to best renovate your home, you are not alone. In 2011, the average spending per owner on home improvement was about $2,370. Faced with a choice of moving or renovating, many homeowners chose the path of remodeling. Living space design can be tricky, especially when you decide to make it a DYI project.Read Now »
Let’s face it. The chances of your loved one getting you exactly what you want for Valentine’s Day are not good. I love my husband, but he’s clueless about gifts for me. You either need to practice your fake smile or be bold and ask for what you want. Several years of fake smiles and lackluster gifts later, I now choose the latter. Surprisingly, it’s been a win-win for us. My hubby doesn’t have to come up with an idea he’s not sure I’ll like anyway, and I am guaranteed to love my gift. Win-win! Now, I know you may be thinking, “What’s the fun in knowing what you’re getting?” I agree.Read Now »
It’s an interesting year to throw an Oscar Party. Even President Obama has weighed in on the controversy surrounding the lack of diversity among the Academy Awards nominees, saying “the industry should do what every other industry should do, which is to look for talent, provide opportunity to everybody.” Let’s take a look at some Oscar party ideas that won’t be a flop. 1. Make an Oscar ballot. There are 6,028 voters for the Academy Awards. Your party probably won’t be as large. Nonetheless, it’s fun have your attendees cast a ballot prior to the show and give a prize to see who gets the most right. 2. Go for the gold.Read Now »
There used to be a time when coming up with gift ideas for your boyfriend was simple. In a different generation, when suits were the standard uniform for work, a fancy tie was always seen as a great gift idea for the man in your life. Times have changed drastically. Today the most popular gift ideas are functional, fun and casual. Here are a few of our favorites: 1. Wireless speakers Almost any electronic gadget is met with a broad smile, and the funkier, the better. The wild shapes, materials and sizes of wireless speakers have made this category insanely popular and are an item that is sure to bring joy to any boyfriend.Read Now »
Pantone colors of the year for 2016 have been identified and the winners are rose quartz and serenity. That’s right. The shade color experts at Pantone believe rose quartz and serenity will be the predominant tones reflected in this year’s fashion, home interior and lifestyle choices. Pantone executives stated, “Rose Quartz is a persuasive, yet gentle tone that conveys compassion and a sense of composure. Serenity is weightless and airy, like the expanse of the blue sky above us, bringing feelings of respite and relaxation even in turbulent times.Read Now »
It is estimated that over a third of people will eat out on Valentine’s Day. That is a lot of crowded and noisy restaurants filled with frustrated couples whose reservations were not honored on time. This experience can be more annoying than loving. So consider this…the most romantic kind of dinner for Valentine's Day is one you cook at home. No need to panic or gasp for air! There are very simply Valentine’s Day dinner recipes and wonderful romantic dinner ideas to make this day memorable without any stress. All the scrumptious Valentine’s Day Dinner recipes we mention below have links to click on for easy preparation instructions.Read Now »
Leap Year Day is that very unique happening that comes around only every four years, always on February 29th. It provides a perfect excuse to celebrate and engage in fun activities and events. With a little planning, this extra 24 hours during February leap year will be both exceptional and memorable. Fun Facts about February Leap Year Day
You may recall from elementary school that the earth rotates around the sun once every 365 and about 1/4 days. So, by adding an extra day every four years, we get impressively close to keeping the calendar consistent with the earth's annual trip around the sun.