It’s that time of year and there was a lot hustle and bustle being done in the National Basketball Association right before the trade deadline expired. Some moves were made to improve teams to make a run this season and others were to help secure their franchises future. Here’s a good recap on the activity […]
Spend within your means this weekend, think of activities to do that can save you money.
Sunday night while most of my friends watched the NBA All-Star Game, I decided to watch Saturday Night Live. Why? Because it marked the return of Eddie Murphy who didn’t grace that stage since December 1984. A long, long time ago. So I sat there and waited and waited and waited, and finally Chris Rock […]
Eat a small meal every 3-4 hours rather than 3 large meals.
UML Greetings UML Family! As we sprint toward spring we can’t escape the ills of the winter season, particularly the cold and the flu. Up until last year I had never had the flu. Let me tell you, my world was rocked. It was NOTHING like a cold, at least not at first, not for […]
Ever thought about cutting the cord? If you don’t watch that much TV, don’t sign up for paid TV services. Stick with your local TV channels or look into other options. Apple TV, Roku or Slingbox or Amazon Fire can be an option.
Physically active people have a significantly lower risk of colon cancer than inactive people.
I just wanted to let everyone know that we have so many new things planned this year. Everything is falling into place PERFECTLY! Our team has assembled. I really believe you’re only as good as those that support you. I’m going to go before I start letting the cat out of the bag. I’m going […]
Thing I have learned this week…… The Surprise Album Drop Is No Longer A Surprise – Last night Drake dropped a surprise album and by the time the morning came very few people were surprised. I think the reason being is that upon first listen the shit is boring. It reminds me of the music […]
Financial recovery is a marathon not a sprint. Make your next move, your best move.
Vitamin and mineral supplements cannot replace a healthy diet.
Children and adolescents should include muscle strengthening physical activity at least 3 days a week. Get out and move! It’s the weekend what your EXCUSE today?
These people have been blowing up your Facebook feed for years. They have been annoying, entertaining, pitiful, and out right embarrassing. You know what or how they are going to post before you even read it. All you need to do is catch a glimpse of their name and you already know what it is. […]
Buy groceries that are on sale and when you can use coupons.
This morning we received the link to UnFi Records new release from Raplords SPEAK Easy, Dana Coppafeel, DJ Mammyth ft. El Shareef entitled “Ain’t Got”. Sitback and enjoy this smoove track. Click link and listen Ain’t Got
Some may think I go overboard with my technology, I say it allows me to be more efficient. These days everywhere you look people are working out. That’s great! However, how do they know if they’re maximizing they’re potential. Well, there’s an app and a tool to track that. 2014 was the year of the […]
Adults aged 18–64 should do at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity aerobic physical activity throughout the week or do at least 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity aerobic physical activity throughout the week or an equivalent combination of moderate- and vigorous-intensity activity. Aerobic activity should be performed in bouts of at least 10 minutes duration. For additional […]
When you become dehydrated during exercising, your muscles begin to use more carbohydrates and less fat for fuel. #hydrate
Life is all about trying new things. Why? Because the worse that can happen is that whatever you try is not that good. But on the flip side, you may fool around and expand some shit, like your mind, taste, hobbies, likes, pleasures, vices, style, whatever. This post is not about the good that comes […]
I sit and really ponder, there’s so many people who claim to be so called music heads and their POV on music baffles me. This is probably directed more towards those in my generations. I’ll admit I’m not satisfied with the current state of the music industry, but I’m tired of those stuck back in […]
Take some time to review your budget and credit history once a month to make sure that you stay on track on your financial goals.