- National Root Beer Float Day: A good day for a frosty mug of root beer and vanilla ice ream.
- National Wiggle Your Toes Day: It’s a day to show off your toes. Are you ready?
Want to eat less meat? Just look at photos of cute baby animals. A UK study found that when people are shown pictures of baby animals, they are less likely to eat meat afterwards. This is especially true for women. "We found that both men and women find baby farmed animals to be cute and vulnerable, and experience feelings of tenderness and warmth towards them,” the researchers wrote. "Feeling tenderness towards a baby animal appears to be an oppositional force on appetite for meat for many people, especially women." (Science Daily)
Sick of remembering, changing and creating passwords? You’re not alone. According to a new survey, 80 percent of Americans are sick of passwords and security questions and don’t see the need for what they consider “unnecessary” security procedures.
- 80 percent of respondents say they have a hard time keeping track of all their passwords.
- 47 percent are sick of having to answer security questions when dealing with customer service.
- 64 percent hate having to come up with complicated passwords featuring a mix of numbers, symbols and letters.
- 48 percent are over the two-step verification system.
- 38 percent says phone pins are a hassle.
- 70 percent think there are just too many security measures overall these days. (NY Post)
Think RVs are for retired people? Think again. Seems Millennials have taken an interest in the recreational vehicle lifestyle and are actually driving a resurgence in the industry. Being able to work remotely is one of the things Millennials find most attractive about cruising around in an RV. (Moneyish)
Is there something your drink more of in the summer? A SurveyMonkey poll found that 47 percent of people say they drink more beer in the summer. What’s your go-to summer drink?