With Super Bowl Sunday coming up this weekend, check out the biggest halftime shows of the past, ranked.
“It’s that time of year, when America’s favorite unofficial holiday gives the nation license to drink irresponsibly on Sunday night and turn into marketing experts. That’s right, the Super Bowl is here, and we’re definitely going to watch. Who’s playing again? Kidding, 49ers and Chiefs fans!”
Terminator Linda Hamilton really wants to be done with the franchise after Dark Fate.
“Last year’s Terminator: Dark Fate saw Linda Hamilton return as Sarah Connor with Arnold Schwarzenegger reprising his role as a T-800 ‘Terminator,’ bringing Hamilton back to the role for the first time in almost thirty years. However, despite the positive response from audiences and critics, the film didn’t make an impact at the box office, and that has left Hamilton wanting to be done with the series.”
For any romantics out there with a love for breakfast food, Waffle House is taking reservations for Valentine’s Day!
“For many people, paltry portions of food and a budget-busting restaurant bill can kill the Valentine’s Day mood just as quickly as a nasty bout of the flu. But this year, you can have your pancake and eat it, too—Waffle House is accepting reservations for February 14.”
Burnout is becoming a big problem among workers. Here’s how you can avoid it with an anti-burnout schedule.
“Twenty-nineteen was a big year for burnout. In the summer, the World Health Organization made some updates to the definition of burnout in the 11th edition of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11), an atlas of all maladies that the agency tracks. In older editions of the ICD, burnout was considered a ‘life management difficulty,’ but now it’s defined as a work-related problem. It’s now also assigned an international ICD code to burnout.”
Tax season is just around the corner, and it’s high time that we revisit some good mobile tax apps.
“Whether you download an app or access a tax prep site through your mobile browser, you can complete and file your income taxes no matter where you are. Here’s our look at the best mobile tax apps.”
Calculators are almost obsolete thanks to mobile smartphones, and now it looks like rulers might be too.
“Your phone can do it all. It’s a portable music player, diary, digital camera, communication device, calculator, and just about everything else. But you might not have considered that it can also replace your measuring tape. With the right sensors on board and the right apps installed, you can measure more data with your phone than you might think.”