I dare you to try and motivate me. More
Fitspo, thinspo’s jock sister, has really done an A+ job becoming a thing on the internet, but I have a hard time believing it actually inspires anyone. More
How is it possible that we’ve come to this? More
Welcome to Fitness Friday- Every week, I will sit on my butt and tirelessly search for the best YouTube workouts for people who want to exercise without leaving their houses or spending any money. Enjoy my finely curated lists, my poor … More
Though I don’t currently have a television, thanks to the internet, I can totally do workout videos whenever I want wherever I have internet access. More
People are fascinated with dieting and the way that other people eat. So much so, that Google tracks the Internet searches related to diets and, each year, releases a list of the most popular diet-related searches. And guess what? It’s not always about weight loss, but it is always about fads–many of which are unsafe. Take a look at some of the top diets that trended big during 2012 according to Google: More
Millions of people log on to the internet every day, and man oh man, some of them are really pissed off. Although the majority of people try to keep their comments on blogs, websites and forums civil, there seems to be a growing number of people who just let their anger fly. We’ve seen it ourselves here at Blisstree, and just about every site that dares to opine is filled with angry commenters, too. Debates and differing viewpoints are what most of us hope for, but when that crosses the line into personal attacks, insults and name-calling, it creates a toxic environment on any site.
To find out just why there are so many pissed off people in cyberland, we consulted with Dr. Azadeh Aalai, a professor of psychology at Montgomery College who specializes in anger management and is a frequent contributer to Psychology Today‘s First Impression blog.
A Nation of Eavesdroppers? Check out how social networking has changed our attitudes towards privacy. (via USA Today)
Comedian Mark Malkoff is taking a five-day-long vacation from technology – in his bathtub (which we think is a wise idea, because bathtubs and electronics don’t mix). He thinks he needs a break from all things electronic, so he’s got … More
Remember the article about how email attachments are bad for the environment from Mother Jones? It claimed that sending email attachments creates a lot of duplicate files, which mean that a lot more machines are needed to open and download … More
We’ve all cut down on printing unnecessary documents in order to save trees and energy. But according to Mother Jones, attaching 4.7 megabytes worth of information to an email creates as much greenhouse gas as boiling a tea kettle 17.5 … More
If you need something to occupy yourself today while BP is trying to put a new cap on the leaking oil well in the Gulf, we’ve got just the thing. It’s called Instant Oil Spill, and it’s an interactive site … More
We all adore spending hours on YouTube, whether we’re watching dogs teaching babies to high-five or trying to learn how to do a French twist (for the tenth time). Now, with Youtube’s new Leanback feature, you can watch a nonstop … More