The Internet Created the Vulgar Meme #FHRITP. TV Reporter Shauna Hunt Fought Back

I was once a TV news reporter, and I know there’s always an element of unpredictability in live broadcasts, but there's a trend (not going to say it, check the hash tag #FHRITP) that's shocking— not only in how crude it is, but in how unapologetic its perpetrators are. ...more
I had to look it up. Really? This is *a thing*. So lame.more

Grab a Badge and Tell the World You're Going to #BlogHer15: Experts Among Us

With the conference just over two months away, we know you're gearing up for #BlogHer15: Experts Among Us in New York City. We've made some badges that you can place on your blog, share on Facebook, or plaster all over your social media accounts....more
Can't wait for the event.  so looking forward.  Linda Eckhardt, Editor:  Everybodyeatsnews.commore

To Shave or Not To Shave......Why is this even a question?

 What would you do if your daughter wanted to shave her head? Would you grab the clippers and get to shaving?...more

How to Make a YouTube Banner

By now, everyone should have the new layout for their YouTube channels. Whether you love it or loathe it, the new channel design seems to be sticking around for the long run. Or, at least until YouTube changes it again causing creators to literally explode with rage.Since the new layout will be settling in for a while, we here at NMR decided to rehash YouTube’s updated channel art guidelines for all of you still sporting pitiful default banners. Also, if you are in a TL; DR kind of mood, you can check out a spiffy tutorial video courtesy of YouTube above....more

How to Get Your Photos Accepted to Foodgawker

Getting your photos accepted to Foodgawker is something that a lot of us struggle with as food bloggers, but I promise it's not as hard as they make it out to be. Getting your photos accepted to Foodgawker is tough at first, until you figure out what they're looking for. Then you can get ahead of the game and post photos that you know will be accepted. Since I have an 80% acceptance rate on the site, I'm here to eliminate the trial-by-error for you. Instead of you having to figure out what Foodgawker is looking for yourself, I'll just tell you. ...more
Great tips and easy to understand! Maybe I will try to submit to Foodgawker and see how it goes. ...more

Far, far away

5 Reasons to live in another country on your own (for at least a year)

Five years ago, I studied in London for two years. I was lucky to have been given that kind of opportunity. Traveling is amazing. However, living is so different than just visiting. It’s an experience that will last with you forever.Reasons to live in another country for at least a year:1. Make lifelong relationships...more