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Men Don’t Need ‘Masculine’ Beauty Products

By |2021-01-20T13:06:59-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: WAYHOME studio (Shutterstock) There is a certain gendered order to the marketing world: Products aimed at women must be purchased and used by women; products that cater to male needs must be purchased and used by men. The result is a siloed notion of what qualifies as a socially acceptable beauty product. But that’s a bunch of bullshit. Or to put things more politely: especially as our perceptions of gender evolve, it’s worth it discuss this old presumption for what it is—a marketing deception. While some products, such […]

How to Decide Which Cardio Machine to Buy

By |2021-01-20T13:06:57-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: Yuliya Yesina (Shutterstock) So you’ve decided to get a dedicated cardio machine for your home gym. Congrats! But should it be a treadmill, an elliptical, a bike, or a rower? There are pros and cons to each. Treadmill Cost: Around $1,500 for many of the popular models. There are budget models that come in under $1,000 and fancy ones over $2,000. Size: A typical footprint is 35″x 77″, according to Consumer Reports . You’ll also need two to three feet of space around the sides and front, and […]

Longtime director honored at Our Daily Bread

By |2021-01-20T13:06:55-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Sandy Howard (left) is congratulated by Regina York after Howard was presented with a plaque honoring her work at Our Daily Bread during a ceremony Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2021. ENID, Okla. — Sandy Howard, longtime director at Our Daily Bread, was honored Tuesday with a plaque bearing her likeness, which will be displayed outside the front door of the soup kitchen at 616 W. Randolph. Howard retired from the soup kitchen in 2019, and the reception and presentation Tuesday were made on the occasion of her recent move from […]

5 Lightweight Truck Campers with Bathrooms in 2021

By |2021-01-20T13:06:52-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Lightweight truck campers can be the perfect travel solution for many adventurers. They don’t take up as much room as a Class A motorhome so they’re great for quick, light travel. Also, the camper attachment can be removed and left at your campsite while you explore in your truck for the day. You don’t need to worry about bringing along a second vehicle like you might with a larger RV. What is a lightweight truck camper? A lightweight truck camper attaches to the bed of your pickup truck, turning […]

If You’re Still Trying to Make Dalgona Coffee This Cuisinart Hand Blender Can Help

By |2021-01-20T12:50:51-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Remember at the beginning of quarantine sixty years ago when everyone was trying to make Dalgona coffee. Apparently, it’s easier than it looked, but I quickly abandoned the idea because I did not have a hand mixer or frother. Today 61% on this one from Cuisinart for just $29 . In the reviews, I like that someone brought up how portable and lightweight it is, which I guess if you have a coffee/milk emergency, you could carry it with you. But it does look easy to operate with just […]

A Playlist for Saying Goodbye

By |2021-01-20T12:50:49-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Graphic: Cosmic_Design (Shutterstock) There’s a reason they sell pre-printed greeting cards. When it comes to expressing real, heartfelt emotion, some of us aren’t so great with the putting things into words. Better to let the poets at Hallmark express our sentiments with more alacrity than we could ever manage. And the same goes for songs. There’s a pop song for every emotion, which means there is a potential playlist for every occasion. For some reason, I awoke today thinking about how hard it can be to say goodbye—even when […]

Wednesday’s Best Deals: Fire HD 8 Tablet, Juku STEAM Coding Kits, Cuisinart Knife Set, Nintendo Switch Games, Aukey USB-C Car Charger, and More

By |2021-01-20T12:50:47-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Look, it’s no iPad—but if you want a solid, cost-effective tablet for basic entertainment needs, there’s no better bargain than Amazon’s Fire tablets. And right now, they’re even cheaper. Amazon’s Fire HD 8 tablet is a good option. It has a modest 8-inch 1280×800 screen with just enough power to handle apps, games, and media, plus a hearty 12-hour battery. It’s marked down to just $60 right now with special offers (ads) on the lock screen, or $75 without—a savings of $30 with either version. You can pay an […]

7 Activities to Do With Your Kids When Wintertime Sucks

By |2021-01-20T12:50:45-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: ARIMAG (Shutterstock) With the festive parts of winter securely behind us, but a whole lot of non-festive winter still ahead, you may be wondering how the hell you’re going to pass the days with your kids over the coming months. For those of us in cold areas, we’ve still got the rest of January, all of February, followed by February #2 (I’ve heard this referred to as “March”), as well as whatever April—a noted wild card—bring us. You may find yourself in need of fresh ideas for what […]

How to Use ‘Sound Bites’ for a More Effective Job Interview

By |2021-01-20T12:50:43-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: fizkes (Shutterstock) You can’t plan out every last line of dialogue in a job interview—nor should you—but you can plan a few things you want to get across. One good way to do that is to create a list of “sound bites”—that is, a few memorized phrases or sentences that you want to get across during your interview. How to use sound bites This may seem a little insincere, but even if you get along well with the interviewer it’s important to remember that you’re not having a […]

Hit the Political ‘Reset’ Button With Your Kids

By |2021-01-20T12:50:41-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: In Green (Shutterstock) Talking to our kids about politics through the past four years has been no easy feat. These have not been normal political times. We, as a people, have shouted more than we’ve debated—and the arguments have been less about policy than about our very morals and values. Teaching our kids simple lessons about citizenship—and all its rights and duties—might have felt trite when it seemed like democracy itself was at stake, even as recently as a week ago. Our kids saw the images of Americans […]

What’s New on Hulu in February 2021

By |2021-01-20T12:50:39-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Screenshot: Sony Pictures/YouTube This month, the slate of new content dropping on Hulu offers a study in contrasts. On one hand, we have Nomadland (Feb. 19), a quiet film about American aimlessness, and one of the most acclaimed films of the past year. On the other, we have Sonic the Hedgehog (Feb. 18), the story of a hedgehog who can run very fast, and one of the top grossing movies of 2020 by pandemic default. Does this matchup presage a face-off at the Oscars in April? No, it does […]

You Should Air Fry Wet Tortellini

By |2021-01-20T12:50:33-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: Claire Lower The air fryer is the perfect appliance for the discerning stoner. It’s speedy, with a super quick pre-heat time, and every single frozen treat I’ve put into it comes out crispier than its microwaved—or even baked!—counterparts. Pizza rolls, french fries, frozen egg rolls: All come out of the air fryer golden, hot, and munch-able. Most foods of this nature can be tossed, without further futzing or preparation, into the air fryer’s basket or tray, then removed 10-15 minutes later with excellent results. This is mostly due […]

Is Garmin Stock a Buy?

By |2021-01-20T10:08:18-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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The pandemic reinforced some new consumer trends and accelerated innovation in many businesses, and Garmin (NASDAQ: GRMN) is taking advantage. Its business rebounded quickly from a second-quarter sales slump amid the pandemic. That recovery came swiftly as interest in outdoor activities and exercise emerged as popular trends. Garmin also introduced products that took advantage of trends like the growing popularity of boating and recreational vehicles (RVs). Image source: Getty Images. A transformed product portfolio Garmin has four growing product segments that made up almost 90% of net sales in […]

Q&A with candidates for North Augusta mayor

By |2021-01-20T10:08:17-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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April’s municipal election will bring to North Augusta a new mayor. Three candidates have filed with parties for the seat. Briton Williams and Stetson Corbitt have filed as Republicans, and Richard Adams has filed as a Democrat. There will be a Republican primary on Feb. 9, and the general election will take place on April 27. Candidates are listed in alphabetical order. Richard Adams 1. Biographical information: What unique aspect about yourself will help you as mayor? My family moved to North Augusta in 1992. I’m a husband, father, […]

Charlotte Lorraine Andrews McEwen, 1917-2021

By |2021-01-20T10:08:15-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Charlotte Lorraine Andrews McEwen peacefully left us on Jan. 3, 2021 to join her Maker. She was 103 years old. She was born Aug. 24, 1917 to Dr. Vernon Lee and Edith May Andrews in Pittsburgh, Pa. Charlotte met her husband, Paul A. McEwen, and they were married in 1939. Paul passed in 2005 following 66 years of marriage while living in Exeter, Calif. Charlotte Lorraine Andrews McEwen 1917–2021 She was known as Peggy, a nickname given to her by Paul. They met through her brother, Teague Andrews, as […]

6 Reasons Why You Should Invest in an RV

By |2021-01-20T10:08:15-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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It’s totally fine if you still can’t make up your mind on whether or not you want to buy an RV or not! It’s not a small investment at the end of the day, and you might want to think about it once or twice before making the big purchase! But here are 6 reasons why you should invest in an RV! 1. It’s Affordable Sure, when you look at it that way, RVs cost a lot of money, they aren’t a small purchase, but that doesn’t mean you’ll […]

RED DEVIL VORTEX Feat. THE SWEET’s PAULIE Z Cover KISS Classic “Love Gun”

By |2021-01-20T10:08:12-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Los Angeles-based band, Red Devil Vortex, have released a version of the hard rock classic “Love Gun”, originally by KISS. The track features singer and guitarist Paulie Z (The Sweet, ZO2). Since the pandemic lockdowns in 2020, Red Devil Vortex decided to join the music video collab wave that’s been going on across the internet, joining forces with the current singer of the classic rock band The Sweet, Paulie Z. Check it out below. From living in an RV in the streets of Hollywood to #16 on the Billboard […]

Camping Couple Gives Boring Class C RV a BoHo Renovation

By |2021-01-20T10:08:11-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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If you’re looking for RV renovation inspiration, Summer & Ryan Ginther are serving up a healthy dose. This camping couple has transformed two RVs into boho beauties. Today we’re talking to them about their most recent RV renovation undertaking. If you want a quick tour of their camper, you can check out the YouTube video below. However, we recommend scrolling through the entire article to see all the before & after photos. They also share a few great renovation tips. Let’s dive in! How long have the Ginthers been […]

How to Spend a Day in Oro Valley, Arizona

By |2021-01-20T10:07:57-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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When you’re in the Tucson area in southern Arizona, a side trip up to Oro Valley is definitely in order. In the foothills of the majestic Santa Catalina Mountains, Oro Valley sets among a gorgeous landscape. It’s a young city on the move, but it has some ancient tales to tell. Oro Valley AZ is just a few miles north of the much larger Tucson, and parts of it have a small-town feel by comparison. Recreation is big in Oro Valley. There’s an artistic bent as well because the […]

Call a Reconsideration Line for a Second Chance at a Credit Card

By |2021-01-20T10:07:55-06:00January 20th, 2021|Tech Tips|

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Photo: F8 studio (Shutterstock) Getting rejected for a credit card can feel like a low blow, especially if you’ve fallen on hard times. But you still have a lesser-known, last-ditch option available—the reconsideration line, which allows borrowers to appeal their rejection directly with their lender. Here’s how to use it. First, understand why you were rejected Your credit card application can be rejected for a number of reasons, like a bad credit history, low income, outstanding debt payments, having too many credit cards, and employment history. By law, card […]

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