A bit different than your typical family summer road trip, eight working adults and travel enthusiasts recently packed themselves in a recreational vehicle for a cross-country journey with the goal of inspiring today’s millennials to explore the world, discover their own identities and comprehend and change cultural stereotypes. The message: Only by actually experiencing other cultures do you truly understand their lifestyle and appreciate the behaviors that perpetuate negative labels such as “poor drivers,” “unhygienic” and “cheap,” along with other more offensive stereotypes.
You feel a headache coming on from a long day at the office … your knee is aching from your morning jog … when reaching into your medicine cabinet for common painkillers, you may not have realized that you were taking a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), a category of medications helpful for reducing pain and inflammation.
The majority of U.S. men believe their appearance is an important factor in their personal and professional success. As a result, men have become increasingly aware of the need to take better care of their faces – as it tells their story and the life they have lived. If this cultural shift is any indication, carefully maintaining your skin – and facial hair – is a huge part of putting your very best face forward.
Nothing says summer is in full swing like long days on the beach, camping trips and family barbecues. But sometimes all that outdoor fun in the sun can irritate your skin. The last thing you want to worry about as you head out on your warm weather adventures is feeling uncomfortable because of itchy, dry skin.
If your family is planning to hit the road this summer, you don’t have to settle for the same old beach excursion or theme park pilgrimage – discover the genius of America’s favorite architect with attractions that are truly unique to the U.S.
College students are cash-strapped and time-crunched. So how can they look fashionable while juggling their studies, campus activities and a part-time job? Integrating basic items into their wardrobes is a start – and adding pops of color with accessories can transform a standard outfit into a standout style.
About 1,300 new stepfamilies form each day in the United States, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. And of the 60 million American children younger than 13, half are currently living with one biological parent and that parent’s partner. As a result, couples are trying to find ways to include their stepchildren in the marriage ceremony and commemorate the union of all members of the new blended family.