In honor of National Coffee Day on September 29th, KRUPS surveyed people across the country on their coffee preferences and came up with some enlightening statistics.
Below you will find a detailed infographic, highlights include:
Coffee vs Cell... Read More
In Heather Finn’s new book, Heroic Henry & the Nutty Bugs, Henry Hutter is a ten-year old boy who is nuts about peanut butter. By far his favorite food, Henry is happy to eat it on anything and everything. Henry’s little sister, Maggie, is... Read More
The American Breast Cancer Foundation (ABCF) announces today the launch of “Pinking of You,” an innovative new digital campaign to show emotional support for those affected by breast cancer. Individuals are encouraged to get friends and loved ones... Read More
If you have an iPhone, it’s important that you update its software immediately. Apple released an iOS update Thursday, patching a vulnerability in iOS that would allow a hacker complete access to your phone including emails, text messages,... Read More
Most Americans know they need to save more for retirement.
But most Americans aren’t doing it.
Just how bad off are some of them? A study by the U.S. Government Accountability Office found that about half of households 55 and older had no retirement... Read More
Cyberbullying affects countless teens and adolescents. A 2015 random sample study of 11-15 year olds in the Midwest found that over 34% reported being the victim of cyberbullying in their lifetime. Other studies have found that 1 in 4 teens have been... Read More
Warmer weather and brighter evenings call for firing up the grill and getting outside for your dinner prep. I’m not talking about your standard burgers either, I wanted to pass along a few delish recipes from Terra’s Kitchen, meal delivery... Read More
Blast Baseball Named the Official Bat Sensor Technology of
Major League Baseball®
Blast Motion, an industry innovator focused on advanced sensor-based motion capture, swing analysis, and 360-degree game improvement solutions, today announced a... Read More
Summer vacation is a great time for children’s crafts, and with Epsom salt there are endless, affordable options. Whether you have a budding scientist or an artsy child, growing a crystal garden is an easy activity that will preoccupy young... Read More
Have you ever found yourself overwhelmed by options? Maybe you’re trying out mattresses, or looking for a new car, or maybe you just popped into your neighborhood. If only there were a free preview for life’s most common letdowns …
Here... Read More
What you do know is that Dad loves golf. No, not love. It’s much more than that. Dad lives and breathes golf. It’s closer to worship than it is to love.
Er… you know golf is played using golf clubs; you know you have to try and get a... Read More
An award-winning, shareable, cozy-hug of a picture book, Ishi helps readers both young and grown connect with happiness, and share it too. Featuring an optimistic little rock, drawn in irresistible kawaii style (the uber-cute genre of Japanese... Read More
When it comes to being a father, I’m sure one of the aspiration for many is maintaining physical fitness at a level that allows you to enjoy being active and outdoors with your kids. We wanted to explore this idea through the lens of... Read More
My first ever gaming experience was playing Mario Bros on my brand new video game console gifted by my dad on my 9th birthday.
I could play that game for hours and would wait eagerly to get back home from school to spend my evenings with Nintendo’s... Read More
Looking To Create A Hydraulic Society
As World Oceans Day Is Observed June 8
Anyone who follows the news knows that the dangers to the ocean are many.
Spills and leaks, dying reefs, depleted fisheries.
And that means the dangers to humanity are many,... Read More