I specialize in reporting from outside of my comfort zone. I fully immerse myself in unfamiliar situations and strive to describe my experiences in a clear, relatable and engaging way.
A little while ago, a good friend looked at me with laser-like focus and said: "At this exact moment you'll never be this young again and you're as old as you've ever been."
For at least the last decade, each and every year has been heralded by a consensus of media outlets as The Year Of the Butt.
Today in the United States, more than two thirds (70.7 percent) of adults are overweight or obese.
This is the one word my girlfriend blurts out when I ask what she wants for her upcoming 33rd birthday, her so-called Jesus year.
You smash a bottle. You glue the pieces of that broken bottle back together. You then smash the reconstituted bottle and again affix the shards to one another.
When it comes to certain questions, the truth is a little bit murky. Some questions don’t have simple answers and require a little unpacking to be properly understood.
016 was dubbed by many as the year of the butt. But so was 2015. And 2014… 2013…
RIGHT NOW, as you're reading this, people are freezing the fat off of their bodies.
Our reporter had been to plenty of sex parties before but they'd left him unexpectedly cold. All that changed when he discovered New York City's Behind Closed Doors.
Almost all the best practices employed at a sex party can be applied to anyone's sex life.
You love hosting. You love the holidays. You have the space and a sufficient amount of friends and family with which to fill it so you can give thanks together.