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    HANDS up if you've ever been in the middle of a conversation, only to realise you've completely forgotten the person's name that you're talking to. Well, it turns out you're not alone. 1A teacher named Nia explained the clever trick she uses when she forgets her students' namesCredit: TikTok/@niacc13/ A teacher named Nia has been branded "genius" online after sharing the very clever trick she uses when she forgets her students' names. Taking to TikTok, she posted a video and explained: "Life hack #1 - what to do if you don't remember someone's name. "Wanna hear a life hack?" She continued: "Whenever I don't know somebody's name, I say, 'do you know that it's really hard to say your own name three times really fast because you're not used to saying your own name?'" Nia captioned the post: "I do this with the students at my school and with people I meet at gigs too." The clip has since gone viral and racked up a rather impressive 2.7 million views, along with hundreds of comments. FABULOUS BINGO: Get...
    NXT star Tiffany Stratton sent the WWE universe wild with her latest bikini pics. Stratton has been with the wrestling giants since last year and is currently part of the developmental roster. 6NXT star Tiffany Stratton sent the WWE Universe wild on social mediaCredit: https://www.instagram.com/tiffanywwe/ 6Tiffany Stratton posed in a tiny brown bikini for her WWE fans on InstagramCredit: https://www.instagram.com/tiffanywwe/ 6Tiffany Stratton has been with WWE since last year and competes on NXTCredit: https://www.instagram.com/tiffanywwe/ The 23-year-old grappler is slowly rising through the ranks with some strong social media game following a series of glam pics. This time, the American professional wrestler posed with a tiny brown bikini that sent her 115,000 Instagram followers into meltdown. Stratton issued the following caption: "Been it, still it, don’t forget it." The Buff Barbie Doll's post received almost 19,000 likes as well as a raft of praise from several colleagues. Read More on WWEPOWER COUPLE Inside Lee & Blake’s relationship as husband reveals ‘fateful’ moment they met Wendy Choo commented: "The girls are out." Indi Hartwell posted: "Yes ma’am!" Lash Legend wrote: "Okayyy Tiffyyyyyy."...
    New York (CNN Business)Anyone who's stayed in an Airbnb knows the experience can be a roll of the dice. Anything can happen when you roll up to your rental. That's part of the charm — you might be pleasantly surprised by a free bottle of wine waiting for you in the kitchen, or you might have an adventure just trying to unlock the door with the weird skeleton key that you had to dig out from behind a tree in the backyard. But renters are getting increasingly fed up with lists of do's and don'ts that await them inside. Strip the beds, wash the linens, load and unload the dishwasher, water the plants, mow the lawn, don't touch the record collection... And that's on top of triple-digit cleaning fees.The backlash against persnickety hosts is growing, according to reporting from the Wall Street Journal. One traveler told the Journal that her $299-a-night Airbnb in Sedona, Arizona, came with a $375 cleaning fee, plus a list of chores.Which is pretty much the last thing anyone wants to do on vacation. Read MoreAirbnb...
    WHEN fake tan goes right, it can do wonders for our self-esteem. But while we've all heard horror stories of orange patches and streaky legs, one woman experienced a rather different blunder - and it was all down to her big bust. 3Lindsey Cook took to TikTok to issue a stark warning to all "big tiddy b**ches" after her major fake tan blunderCredit: tiktok/@lmcizzle 3Lindsey lifted up her top to reveal two large patches of pale skin underneath where her breasts restCredit: tiktok/@lmcizzle Lindsey Cook, who posts under the acronym @lmcizzle, shared an amusing video to TikTok where she issues a stark warning to all "big tiddy b**ches." In the clip, she explains: "So I got a spray tan because we're going to the beach next week and I didn't want to look pasty." READ MORE ON BEAUTY FAILSFAKE SAKE I fake tanned but ended up looking like Ross from Friends - it was a total fail Revealing the results, she quips: "Well this is just a friendly reminder for my fellow big tiddy b**ches... pick 'em up when...
    DON'T Forget the Lyrics! is back in 2022 for a revival hosted by Niecy Nash. The original game show ran from 2007 to 2009 and was hosted by Wayne Brady. 2Don't Forget the Lyrics! host Niecy Nash pictured on the showCredit: Hulu What are the rules of the show? Don't Forget the Lyrics is a game show hosted on the Fox network. Contestants have nine categories of songs to sing from, Decider reports. Each contestant must pick two songs to sing, karaoke-style. There is a screen helping the contest along before it begins to have blanks. Read more on The US SunLYRICAL CASH Everything you need to know about Don't Forget The Lyrics!'LOVE WINS' What to know about actress Niecy Nash It is up to the contestant to fill in the blanks of the missing lyrics. The host, Niecy Nash, can help them by telling them the number of words in the lyrics the contestant is missing. Along with the host's help, the contestant can also have a "backup singer" such as a family member or friend to help them....
    DON'T Forget the Lyrics! is back with a 2022 edition, giving contestants a chance to win large sums of money. The host for the 2022 edition is a familiar face in the entertainment industry. 2Screenshot of the host on Don't Forget the Lyrics! Don't Forget the Lyrics!: When does it premiere and how can I watch? Don't Forget the Lyrics! was originally aired on Fox between 2007 and 2009. The show is making a comeback in 2022. The 2022 edition of Don't Forget the Lyrics! premiers Monday, 23 May 2022. It will be shown on Fox. What is the show about? Contestants on the Don't Forget the Lyrics! show ae required to recall the words of well-known songs. Contestants on the show select songs from different musical artists and genres. Most read in EntertainmentNO KID-DING Kim slammed for letting North wear 'inappropriate' corset to Kourtney's weddingLUCK TURNING AROUND? Baywatch star Jeremy’s homeless ex Loni wears expensive Apple watchOH MY GOTH Kourtney slammed as 'worst dressed' in 'ridiculous' wedding weekend outfitsGOTH IT! Kim stuns in sheer black dress while Kourtney rocks...
    Luminola | E+ | Getty Images When you find yourself about a decade away from retirement, it might be time to evaluate whether that target-date fund you've been investing in still makes sense for you. Although these "set it and forget it" funds offer a way to put your savings on autopilot by gradually shifting over time to more conservative assets (bonds and, perhaps, cash) and away from riskier holdings (stocks), they may stop making sense at some point, depending on your situation. "When you're about 10 years away from retirement — say, in your mid-50s — you really need to be taking a holistic view and look at your whole financial picture," said certified financial planner Chris Mellone, a partner with VLP Financial Advisors in Vienna, Virginia.More from Your Money Your Future:Here's a look at more stories on how to manage, grow and protect your money for the years ahead. Why you should care about who owns your advisor's firm You're better off buying an index fund. Here's why Demand may push advisors to turn to cryptocurrencies ...
    MORE than a quarter of adults have landed themselves in hot water after sending a ‘strongly worded’ email – with emojis considered a serious no-no, according to research. A survey of 2,000 professionals who use emails for work revealed the dos and don’ts when it comes to constructing a digital message. 1A third feel irritated when people forget to attach thingsCredit: Alamy A fifth wouldn’t dream of using emojis, while three in 10 hate ‘text speak’ in an email. And one in 10 will relax their tone of voice with co-workers within the first week of starting a new job. Nearly three-quarters (74 per cent) are happy to take a more candid tone with clients, but when it comes to the 'boss' just 57 per cent would do the same. Unfortunately, of those who didn’t take appropriate cautions when emailing, many received an unhappy response – with 22 per cent getting a telling-off from the boss, and one in 10 having to write an apology. When asked about the worst thing they’ve ever sent or received over email, one respondent...
    Spanic | E+ | Getty Images There are some obvious triggers that might prompt you to update your will, such as changes in health or marital status. There are, however, also some not-so-obvious ones to be aware of, according to financial planners and attorneys. "Your will should be updated when your personal circumstances change, which could happen at any time," said certified financial planner Philip Herzberg, lead financial advisor with Team Hewins in Miami. "Your will is like your house: If properly maintained, [it] will last a very long time. "Similarly, if properly updated, your will can also have a greater longevity," he added. Some frequent triggers, Herzberg said, include changes in health, including that of executors and guardians; changes in laws, which may impact tax and legal strategies; and changes in state residence, which can also impact planning.More from Life Changes:Here's a look at other stories offering a financial angle on important lifetime milestones. How to adjust to going back to the office post-pandemic 1 in 5 gig drivers got unemployment at pandemic's peak Here are some smart...
    maybefalse | E+ | Getty Images Whether you drew up a will recently or years ago, keep in mind it's generally not something you can set and forget. Experts recommend revisiting your will and other estate-planning documents at least every few years unless there are reasons to do it more frequently — which is common. That could include things like marriage, divorce, birth or adoption of a child, coming into a lot of money (i.e., inheritance, lottery win, etc.) or even moving to another state where estate laws differ from the one where your will was drawn up. "One of the main considerations for a review is a life event — when there's a major change in your life," said Nick Foulks, who oversees client engagement at Great Waters Financial in Minneapolis. More from Personal Finance:Who can claim the home-office tax deductionHow to avoid tax bomb when selling your homeMust-know changes for the 2021 tax season The pandemic has spurred an interest in estate planning, which includes a will and other legal documents that address end-of-life considerations. For instance, 18-...
    If you were to ask an Apple Mac Pro (made in Austin, a city named for the founder of Texas independence) to pick the hottest hot button issue in Texas history, the answer would be the 1836 siege and Battle of the Alamo, the creation myth of Texas. Mess with the Alamo, and you’re messing with Texas. Jason Stanford, writer and political consultant, Chris Tomlinson, veteran journalist and Texas historian, and Bryan Burrough, author of Public Enemies and Barbarians at the Gate, three very different writers, have collaborated to produce a book that has outraged a significant number of Texans, including Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, who canceled a virtual forum on the book in June, calling it “A fact-free rewriting of Tx history…” Patrick got the second part right: Forget the Alamo is a rewrite of Texas history, one that has been a long time a’comin’. But fact-free it isn’t, and it’s the facts that have a great many older white Texans riled: —The Daughters of the Republic of Texas, the self-appointed guardians of the Alamo legend, are torched:...
    Yesterday, in the second extract from her brilliantly barbed memoirs, DAME JOAN COLLINS recalled a boorish personal attack by Donald Trump. Today she turns the tables on a star-studded list of celebrities... January 20, 1995Los Angeles Sit next to [TV producer] George Schlatter at a party in honour of a well-known actor.  Ninety-nine per cent of the women are wearing black, with the exception of Shakira Caine in red, and me in white. Then a flurry of excitement as the latest widow in town arrives looking like the cat that’s just swallowed the canary.  She has Jack Nicholson in tow, a coup indeed. An immediate hum of excited conversation begins in various corners as everyone discusses the ramifications of this latest pairing. Actress Dame Joan Collins in her West Hollywood, California penthouse apartment in March 2015 We drink some wine and watch Tony Curtis — wearing a fake-looking grey curly wig — go to the bathroom for the third time. ‘What is he doing?’ I ask ingenuously. ‘What do you think?’ says George laconically. ‘You’ve obviously not been in Hollywood for...
    CARL FROCH has told Anthony Joshua to forget about an Oleksandr Usyk rematch unless he rips up his gameplan and returns to being a bully. Despite his height, reach and 19lbs weight advantage AJ, 31, failed to impose himself on the 34-year-old former cruiserweight. 2Joshua was bullied around the ring by Usyk on a sensational night for the Ukrainian 2Former boxing world champ Carl Froch believes Anthony Joshua needs a whole new gameplan to beat Oleksandr UsykCredit: Getty Images - Getty The Watford ace surrendered his WBA, IBF and WBO titles to the Ukraine master, without even going hell-for-leather in the final few rounds when he must have sensed it was slipping away. An instant rematch is being targeted for February but Froch - who had his brilliant super-middleweight world title career guided by AJ mentor Rob McCracken - needs to see a totally new approach or a devastatingly similar result.. “I thought AJ would get going and impose his advantages more,” he said “The bigger size and reach and 19lbs. “If you want to beat a top boxer you...
    Kayaking is a healthy and enjoyable activity that attracts new enthusiasts all the time. Part of what makes the sport so popular is the relative ease with which people can get started. Kayaking requires minimal gear (kayaks can be rented if not purchased) and no advanced skills are required. However, kayaking is not to be taken lightly, as water sports can be unpredictable. Adhering to certain dos and don’ts can make kayaking safer. – DO choose the right boat. There are boats rated for kayak racing and those that are strictly for recreational purposes. Some boats are meant for calmer waters and others for waves and open seas. – DON’T forget to check the weather forecast before heading out in the water. Storms can come up relatively quickly, and offshore winds can make it challenging to paddle back to shore. – DO let someone know where you’re going and how long you plan to be out on the water. – DON’T touch or get too close to wildlife, as animals can be unpredictable and even dangerous. – DO dress for...
    ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) – For millions of Americans, COVID-19 has put a screeching halt on travel plans. But with the holiday season approaching, some are thinking about venturing out again. Here’s what you need to know before you book your holiday vacay. The holiday season is usually primetime for travel. But this year, there’s more to consider than just your destination. If you do decide to travel, don’t be fearful of planes. According to the CDC, all commercial jetliners are equipped with HEPA filters that can block 99.7% of airborne microbes. Cabin air is circulated vertically and refreshed every two to three minutes. And cabins are scrubbed down between flights. Be sure to wear a facemask and try to keep a social distance of six feet when possible. If you’re traveling by car, make as few stops as you can and prepare food to take with you. Use disinfectant cloths to wipe down any surfaces you touch, such as a nozzle to fill your gas tank. And don’t forget to pack the essentials. Most importantly, while you’re staying safe,...
    Editor's Note: This article is adapted from Tucker Carlson's opening commentary on the Nov. 10, 2020 edition of "Tucker Carlson Tonight." At some point, it's worth pausing, turning off the headlines for a moment, and framing what we're seeing in order to understand it. What you're watching right now is not simply a battle between two political parties or even two opposing worldviews. It is deeper than that. If you want to understand what's really going on, we're going to isolate just one slogan that kind of decodes it all. The slogan is "Defund the police."  You probably haven't heard that slogan in a while. In the weeks before the election, no elected Democrat would say those words in public. But in a lot of ways, "Defund the police" defined this year in American politics. For months, it was the central demand of the American left, and there was never any question about what defunding the police would mean. "Defund the police" meant defund the police, cut off their salaries, get rid of them. MINNEAPOLIS EYEING OUTSIDE POLICE TO HELP WITH VIOLENT...
    Monica Weeks knew she was taking a risk when she ran for vice president of the National Organization for Women. She was young—29 years old—and campaigning on the first all-women-of-color ticket in the organization's 50-year history. Her friends thought the group was old-fashioned, and her mother, an immigrant from Cuba, was anxious about her taking on such a high-profile role. But recent family events, coupled with the devastating results of the 2016 election, had convinced her that now was the time to step up. That’s how Weeks found herself in front of a sea of older white women at the Colors Lounge in Melbourne, Florida, in June 2017, addressing the Brevard County NOW chapter. Her voice broke as she spoke about what motivated her to run, and the conversations she’d had with her mother about the importance of fighting for both women and people of color. “It’s important because we need to give a voice to those most oppressed in order to make everybody better,” Weeks told the audience, many of whom were around her mother’s age. “That’s women of...
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