year end lists

#4 Hidden Figures - It still hasn't gone into wide release but "Hidden Figures" is a must see movie. Put it on your list
Are there any big purchases you should make now or put off until the new year? "The key is you've got to use money that's
Let's just go ahead and admit that 2015 was, like, basically the best year for MMA ever ... but no, seriously it was. Yes, 2015 was filled with some of history's most exciting MMA fights, and combat events, and fighters, and knockouts, and submissions.
Here goes with my very own Top Ten list ... the brands that IMHO made the biggest splash this year.
With time rushing by and the end of 2015 in sight, you may be lamenting that you haven't accomplished all that you had planned. But even if you'll have to put off certain things until 2016, you still have time this year to make some smart financial moves.
2014 was a year upon which many will have good reason to look back in contemplation, and to consider the many complicated
GABBY GIFFORDS -- Her gun safety group sunk nearly a third of its fortune into re-electing Giffords' former top aide Ron
How can you use what you learned in 2014 to help you end the year the right way and improve your business in the year ahead? Here's a checklist to help you boost profits, trim budgets and streamline your company for 2015.
2. Post 50s are taking social media by storm. Forget the notion that older folks aren't a part of communities like Twitter
For the last 11 years, I've released an annual list of my favorite albums, intended primarily for those who want to hear new music but have a hard time sorting through the hundreds of new titles that are released each year.
In between the holiday shopping, cooking and entertaining lies the perfect time for reflecting on the year gone by and setting the tone for the year to come. You can keep it simple by asking yourself these three questions.
No question: Q4 is the carpe diem quarter. You've got nine months of the year behind you, the blank slate of 2015 around the corner -- and a small window of time to tackle financial chores before the holidays hit. Bonus: Now that it's almost open enrollment season, you can consider maxing out (or adjusting) your employee benefits.
Year-end planning is about finding the right year in which to earn additional income or to spend money on more tax deductions. Now is the right time to think about this year and next.
Just like blogging democratized op-eds, and Instagram democratized photography, list-making will expand beyond the hands of editors and reporters, and become a power of the people.