Valentine's Day comes around every year, and whether you get really excited about the holiday, or absolutely loathe the holiday, usually depends on whether or not you have a significant other on February 14. Sometimes relationships end for very good reasons, sometimes they end for very bad reasons, and sometimes they end for totally absurd reasons! Dr. LeslieBeth Wish is an award-winning, nationally honored psychotherapist and author of the research-based book, Smart Relationships: How Successful Women Can Find True Love. She took some time to answer a few questions regarding relationship "deal breakers," ranging from the serious to the laughable.
Here's something that's kind of fun to do. It only takes a second, and you might discover that you are owed some money that you didn't even know about. I did a search at Missouri's Unclaimed Property Database on the State Treasurer's website and found out that I was owed ... $0.89! Maybe you'll have more luck than I did.
The Super Bowl is Sunday. It's the one time of the year when you actually want to watch commercials on TV. Some people even DVR them. A record amount of money is being spent by advertisers for this year's game, according to Advertising Age. Here are a few fun facts about Super Bowl commercials that might surprise you.
An interesting story was trending on Facebook last summer about the "Lizard Man" that supposedly lives in Bishopville, South Carolina. I had never heard of the Lizard Man. I have heard about reptile men, the Moth Man, chupacabras, and of course, Momo, the Missouri Monster.
There are a lot of strange places in America, and there are a lot of weird town names. Maybe you've heard of Intercourse, Pennsylvania? What about Santa Claus, Indiana, Hell, Michigan or Friendly, West Virginia? Every state has at least a handful of town names that raise eyebrows. Here are a few crazy town names from Illinois, Missouri and Iowa.
Citing disappointing sales in 2015, Macy's has announced a series of cost-cutting measures, including the closing of 40 of its stores around the United States. The Macy's in Columbia, Missouri at The Shoppes at Stadium is among the stores scheduled for closure.
Are you looking for a job? Do you have a Facebook account? Twitter? Instagram? Vine? Be careful what you post. That's the word from a new survey out from staffing firm OfficeTeam, which reveals the top social media mistakes HR managers say take job seekers out of the running for a position.
Don't ask how it happened, but somehow today I ended up at Kids.gov, "a safe place to learn and play" for kids, sponsored by the U.S. government. One of the features on the site is a "learn about your state" link, so I clicked it and picked up five new facts about the Show-Me State.
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