Convenience

Yes, quite a few tall obstacles to overcome for a young person with many other responsibilities and stuff on their mind. Millennials
Is it an understatement to say that you are busy these days? I hear you chuckling, and saying "of course it is"! It's so
The Internet is a great tool, but it is also a risky one. We have all fallen victim to the Internet's black hole effect, reemerging hours later to wonder where the day went. We pay in time and peace of mind what we get in "convenience." These are a few reasons why I keep wifi out of my home.
This controversy is about trust, not the rule of law. If the four steps below are addressed quickly, rather than in a tortured process of lawsuits and awkward press conferences, Americans will quickly forget this scandal and move on to other news.
Even though the above levels and channels seem to apply to bricks and mortar locations, they also work with online equivalents
Collaboration between retailers and their restaurant counterparts is not foreign to the major players in New York City shopping. But recently, individual stores have branched into dining as well. A major motivating factor of this trending collaboration is to encourage traditional shopping.
If you are overworked, overwrought and overcooked or if you just want more time with the family and friends you are hosting from out of town, here are a few digital markets for you. Just click the food item to have it delivered to your table.
Even as an adult, I find myself being a little naughty at times too; I find myself making poor choices when it comes to nutrition. What happens when nutty, or a lack of knowledge surrounding nutrition, turns into naughty, making poor decisions?
That box of Lilliputian bottles is there to tempt you after a long day of travel, but you don't have to sell yourself short. With a few extra ingredients pinched from the breakfast buffet or coffee cart, you can craft a hotel room cocktail well worth drinking.
So does technology offer a cure for convenience? Is convenience so bad that we need technology to save us? Because eating
Maybe the key to happiness isn't convenience, maybe it isn't about making my life easier. Maybe it's about making it harder. Maybe happiness doesn't come from the avoidance of suffering. Maybe happiness comes from embracing suffering.
I will admit I was one of those clueless freshmen, unsure of where to put laundry detergent or how much to use in the first place. I was plagued by cartoonish fears of returning to a washing machine overflowing with pink suds.
Although I grew up as a city girl, a memorable period of my childhood was spent in the English countryside. Of those days, I recall most fondly the harvest season.
Send every celebrity chef in America to a local convenience store to create a healthy meal for less than five dollars. Maybe that's the recipe we need to get Americans eating healthy.
The importance of human and environmental health is constantly preached in the U.S., yet it is disregarded every day for convenience and ease.
Through years of recipe testing, we've learned that there are great time-cutting products out there that meet our standards -- for nutrition and flavor. Here are our top 10.
Several of my friends live alone. The reasons for their solitary lifestyles vary, but what most of them have in common is an almost total disinterest in cooking meals for themselves.
For one fab weekend, the spacious but contained world of the Baltimore Convention Center became a Wonderland of all things organic, where I never had to apologize for being vegan or explain what it means. Coming from meatcentric Miami, I've got to tell you, it was nice.
Truth is this woman has relegated you to the position of a second-tier friend. She is only your BFF at her own convenience