We’re all probably a bit ashamed of the amount of produce we allow to spoil in the fridge, but these Rubbermaid FreshWorks containers use a few neat tricks to extend your food’s lifespan, and avoid unnecessary waste.
It's Spring and you know what that means: the television is about to bombard us with Sunday night shows that will impede upon our collective ability to go outside and actually enjoy the Springness of it all. (Looking at you, Game of Thrones, Mad Men, and Best Bars in America.) But with great power comes great…
Last night on American Idol, judge Jennifer Lopez debuted her new song, "Feel the Light," from the soundtrack to the animated kid's film Home. It's an inspirational ballad that demonstrated that the vocal coach from her HBO special should probably get a raise. J.Lo began with a piano accompaniment and a gorgeous,…
There is a new study that validates the thought that passes through our minds on Sunday nights after spending the weekend with our families: God, I can't wait to get back to the office and relax.
Zak Cheney-Rice at Policy Mic puts it simply: "Not one major Hollywood studio has released a 3D animated feature starring a black character." That's about to change with Home, a new DreamWorks Animation film hitting theaters in November.
I am never getting out the bath ever again. I will shrivel up into a prune and then you can feed my shrunken corpse (via VitaMix'ed smoothie?) to Mark Ruffalo so that I might, just once, know him intimately.
Ah, another day, another trend piece about how basically everybody between the ages of 18 and 34 is an indolent jerk unwilling or unable to fully fledge and leave the parental nest, where things like premium cable and assorted breakfast cereals can be had for the price of awkward mealtime conversations about life…
For many of us, it already feels like the entire inside of our house is decorated with things from IKEA, so wouldn't it be convenient if you could take the next step and just buy an entire prefab house from IKEA? Well, soon that dream will be a reality. They've collaborated with Ideabox, an architectural firm, to…
How badly do you want to be a telecommuter? It may seem preferable to a lengthy drive followed by sitting in a cubicle hive for hours at a time, while being forced to endure the banal conversations of those around you as you try to get things done. But just how much would you give up to get it?
Like mildew, awkwardness tends to breed in enclosed spaces. Living or working in cramped quarters can create difficult situations for even the most socially adept of us. Today, we'll show you how to handle it.
I live approximately 2,800 miles away from where I grew up, and I can go months without thinking about the distance at all. Then something jolts me into the recognition that I'm not from here. This summer, it's camp.
Clearly jealous of the increasingly popular "man cave," matriarchs are carving out a gender-specific home region of their own. They call it the "mom cave."
After the economy tanked, more people started living with family members and — shockingly — roommates. And many of them are totally okay with that.
I read an article in Sunday's New York Times and I felt like it was written for me.
While Paul Thompson's Ask Men column about why women make bad bosses (we're emotional, territorial with other women, hold grudges and it's a man's world) reads like an unsatirical satire of what men think, Penelope Trunk's "women don't really have problems in the workforce" tome is just ridiculously stupid.
Though assembling furniture is stereotypically a man's job, according to Ikea's German chief, Petra Hesser, women are actually better at putting together the company's flat-pack furniture. "Men never look at the directions and have the most problems with construction because they always think they can do that," said…
Ladies, it's time to take up the new symbol of gender equality: the remote control. According to a new poll from the Pew Research Center, in 43 percent of couples, women make more household decisions, while men take the lead 26% of the time and the other 31% make decisions together. The Washington Post has excitedly…
Are you a slob? Do the dishes pile up? Do your knickers lie festering on your bedroom floor? Are you a disgusting pathetic unhygenic waste of space? Never fear - salvation is here in one easy step.