Any fan of Dateline can agree that one of the best parts of the show is delving into the life and details of the suspects. Learning about suspect histories, motivations and outcomes makes you feel like you are part of the investigative team. Further, if you are a Dateline die-hard, you may find yourself spotting patterns in the suspect’s stories that make you feel even better at sleuthing than the detectives themselves.
According to USA Today, 2020 is a smorgasbord of all of the worst events of the last 100 years. From a global pandemic to war, civil unrest and injustice to violent riots, 2020 is trying to fit in a century’s worth of unrest.
Amateur and seasoned home chefs alike can all relate to the excitement of buying a new cookbook. You can spend hours in the kitchen as you fold page corners of new recipes, read and reread new techniques and imagine the upcoming praise of friends and family for all your new dishes. But with so many options these days and so little kitchen space, picking out a must-have cookbook seems like a daunting task.
Let’s face it, 2020 has been one heck of a ride so far, and not necessarily the good kind. However, summer is finally upon us, and we’re all hoping for the opportunity to redeem ourselves and really enjoy this year! Many of us are coming off of quarantine and we are happy to begin socializing, to a certain extent, and living our best lives.
There’s no other way to say it. COVID-19 is scary.
Another day of COVID-19 isolation starts. Longing to shake things up...and curb a growing quarantine belly, you hop online and spend far too much time scrolling through the latest health fixes. You consider taking on the latest 10-minutes-per-day H.I.I.T. challenge before getting lost in a paleo-eating rabbit hole. Before you know it, you’ve flown through an hour that could have actually been spent on a bike ride to a curbside pick-up of some healthy groceries.