The Randoms: The Posts we Regret & Most Burned Out Cities

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Posting regrets … Have you ever regretted something you posted to social media? You're not alone. A new survey found that 60 percent of us have posted something that we have regretted later. And 47 percent said they wish they could permanently delete parts of their social media past. Over 25 percent cited their teen years as the part of their lives they'd most like to remove from their online history. 17 percent said they wish they could delete their posts from college. (SWNS Digital)


What is cheating? According to a survey by adult toy shop, these are the Top 10 things Americans consider cheating:

  1. Having sex with another person -- 82 percent
  2. Kissing another person -- 63 percent
  3. Hanging out alone with a person of the opposite sex without telling your partner -- 44 percent
  4. Holding hands with another person of the opposite sex -- 44 percent
  5. Having virtual reality sex -- 33 percent
  6. Having dinner with another person of the opposite sex -- 32 percent
  7. Messaging another person of the opposite sex on social media -- 25 percent
  8. Having sex with a sex doll -- 25 percent
  9. Liking another person (that they know) of the opposite sex's pictures/posts on social media on a consistent basis -- 21 percent
  10. Following a person of the opposite sex on social media -- 16 percent (SWNS Digital)


Want to add 10 years to your life? According to a study from Harvard you could prolong your life by at least a decade if you just do these five things:

  1. Eat a healthy diet
  2. Exercise 30 minutes or more a day
  3. Maintain a healthy weight (a BMI between 18.5 and 24.9)
  4. Don’t drink too much alcohol (one drink a day for women, two for men)
  5. Don’t smoke … like, ever. (Market Watch


Burned out … What to know where the most burned out workers are? Our nation’s capital. Yep, according to a new survey, Washington, D.C., is home to the most stressed workers. Here are the cities where workers report being the most stressed …

  • Washington, D.C. -- 63 percent
  • San Francisco -- 60 percent
  • Houston -- 60 percent
  • Seattle -- 59 percent
  • Los Angeles -- 58 percent
  • Boston -- 58 percent
  • Atlanta -- 58 percent
  • San Diego -- 58 percent
  • New York -- 57 percent
  • Chicago -- 57 percent
  • Dallas -- 57 percent
  • Phoenix -- 57 percent
  • Denver -- 56 percent
  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida -- 55 percent

(The Ladders)

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