It's in the jeans … According to a new survey, 52 percent of Americans wear jeans the majority of the week. And 22 percent wear jeans every day. America's favorite jeans? Levi’s. Favorite jean brands after Levi’s were Lee, Wranglers, Gap and American Eagle Outfitters. And it appears that jeans are what both parties can agree on: 50 percent of Democrats and 54 percent of Republicans say they wear jeans at least four days a week. (Morning Consult)
What chore do you hate the most? According to a new survey, cleaning the toilet is the most hated chore in America. Other dreaded tasks: cleaning the oven (41 percent), removing hair from a drain (38 percent), and unclogging the sink (33 percent). Then there are the 9 percent who don’t even want to deal with emptying the dishwasher.
Can you guess which room is the cleanest in the house? According to the survey, it's the kitchen, which gets cleaned, on average, eight times a month. The bathroom is the second cleanest, which gets cleaned about seven times a month. (NY Post)
Going for a jog helps jog your brain … Ever forget someone's name or have trouble remembering the word you wanted to use? According to a new study, you can keep those "brain fart" moments from happening, especially as you get older, if you have good aerobic fitness levels. Basically, go for a jog or brisk walk as much as you can -- it will keep your body and brain running smoothly. (University of Birmingham)
Airbnb … for foodies. There's a program called Traveling Spoon that allows vacationers to really experience the unique foods of places around the world -- by allowing them to enjoy those foods in real people’'s homes. Hesitant to eat in a stranger's home? Traveling Spoon says it makes safety a top priority for both travelers and hosts. For example, each host goes through a detailed application process and three rounds of interviews before getting hired. And Traveling Spoon employees personally eat at the home of prospective hosts, making sure they follow food safety regulations. (Moneyish)