Saturday Fun: Space Mountain TV commercial

Space Mountain commercial from Disney when it first opened. It looks scary.

Book Friday: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference

‘The Tipping Point: How Little Things Can Make a Big Difference’ is the he best way to understand the dramatic transformation of unknown books into bestsellers, or the rise of teenage smoking, or the phenomena of word of mouth or any number of the other mysterious changes that mark everyday life.

From: Getting Older Stinks

Good skin care is easy

 Soap or lotion and moisturizing are the two main ways you can improve the look of your skin. Pick a moisturizer with sun protection because sun damage is the main factor that ages skin.

Vitamin E helps to revitalize your skin. Skin products that include retinol help minimize fine lines and help prevent wrinkles to a degree.

From: about.com

Depression

If you feel down, sad, or hopeless for two or more weeks, or have little interest in or get little pleasure from things you once enjoyed, you may be depressed.

Don’t try to "tough it out." Untreated depression is bad for your mental and physical health.

From: healthinaging.org

Always eat (a little) dessert

Sweets such as biscuits and low-fat sweetened yogurts signal your brain that the meal is over. Without them, you might not feel satiated-which might prevent those midnight cravings.

From: aarogya.com

Business casual is classic

Business casual is crisp, neat, and should look appropriate even for a chance meeting with a CEO.

It should not look like cocktail or party or picnic attire. Avoid tight or baggy clothing; business casual is classic rather than trendy.

From: career.vt.edu

Saturday Fun: Mork And Mindy TV Show Opening

This is the opening from season 1 of the bizarre television comedy with Robin Williams as Mork from Ork, who is an alien hatched from an egg and travels to Earth from 1978.

Book Friday: Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion, and Purpose

Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion, and Purpose, is a book from Zappos.com, the online retailer that’s doing over $1 billion in gross merchandise sales every year.

From: Getting Older Stinks

Getting an education outside of a university

The one thing that people really overlook when seeking an education is the value in getting an education outside of a normal public college or university.

If you apply yourself, you can learn the equivalent of a college bachelor’s degree in one year or less by ruthlessly studying the subject at hand on your own time. 

If you want to learn about something bad enough, you can learn it very quickly.

From: menslifeadvice.com

Tipping etiquette

According to tipping etiquette, it creates a very awkward situation to ask for change from the person you are tipping.

If for some reason you don’t have a tip ready, it’s better to skip it, particularly if you can get change from somewhere else and return with your tip at some point in the future.

From: about.com

Be positive

Speaking negative things may put the other person down or even generate a negative vibe. Talking about positive things will not only generate a better vibe but also help you in having better conversations.

From: ygoy.com

Got thining bones?

Your healthcare provider should evaluate your risk of osteoporosis, or "thinning of the bones." (It’s not just a "woman’s disease.")

Depending on what the evaluation finds, he or she may recommend that you get a bone scan and, if necessary, take medication to strengthen your bones and lower your risk of fractures.

From: healthinaging.org

Saturday Fun: Oscar Mayer commercial

Hot diggity, dog ziggity, boom, what you do to me. Revamped for Oscar Mayer Wieners from 1978.

Book Friday: I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell

I Hope They Serve Beer In Hell is a book by a self confessed jerk who recounts endless vomiting sessions, discussing the many times he’s acted like a shallow, abusive pig, and relaying the details of his bodily fluid excretions.

Worth a read? Maybe.

From: Getting Older Stinks