“Everything popular is wrong.” – Oscar Wilde
House cleaning sucks. Sure, there are the few oddballs out there that find “spring cleaning” therapeutic and cathartic, but the majority of mankind has come to the consensus that cleaning of any kind is laborious and cumbersome.
Plus, like, what do you do with all those leftover pieces that you don’t want to throw away but you’ll probably never actually use again? Stuff like solo socks, last year’s Halloween costume, and those batteries you can’t remember what they go to?
Technology has made house cleaning significantly easier with inventions like automated kitty litter boxes, the dishwasher, and the Roomba.
And this one, genius engineer decided to make a Roomba that swears when it runs into things – potentially making it the best, most coveted cleaning invention EVER.
Now, if we could just get it to serve us beer…
I’ve always wanted to be one of those women that’s highly in-tune with her body and spirit. The kind of woman that uses jade rocks and essential oils for sleeping and only eats organic food and can talk about feeling “centered” without any hint of sarcasm or giggling uncontrollably afterward.
I’ve done yoga multiple times in my life, and sure, I feel good after doing it. But I wouldn’t say it provides earth-shattering results. It also doesn’t necessarily calm or relax me anymore than, say, a kickboxing session or a long run on the beach.
Well, now there’s a new yoga for women like me that roll their eyes when they hear terms like “Zen.”
It’s called Rage Yoga and it’s exactly what the doctor ordered for stress relief and grounding.
Here are the deets.
Celebrities Read Texts from Their Moms
Mothers do so much for us. They give birth to us, nourish us, and they also text us. Sometimes a lot. So as a tribute to the women who send us love with their thumbs, we had some famous people share their mom texts in honor of Mother’s Day.
Here, Katy Perry, David Harbour, Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian, Billie Eilish, Jimmy O. Yang, Josh Groban, Kiernan Shipka, P!nk, Rob Delaney and Regina Hall read real text messages from their mothers.