This week’s Discovered is here! We’re delivering you knowledge about the ultimate foodie bucket list (where do you want to eat before you “kick the bucket”?), how astronauts do laundry, and 5 false grammar rules we must use anyways.
The 5 Most Inexpensive Ways to Travel (My Bank Tracker)
Traveling is one of the only things you can buy that leaves you richer. But, there are cheaper options that will allow you to get out of town, enjoy some new scenery and finally use some of your vacation days. We’ve discovered some less-costly ways to travel to help you experience the world on a tighter budget!
Tough-but-True Laundry Tactics (Tide Fabric Care Solutions)
Laundry: a necessary evil. But, we often take the luxury of simply dropping our dirty clothes into the washer for granted! Learn how sailors, hikers, and even astronauts keep their clothes fresh and clean. It might make you hate it just a little bit less.
The List: The 10 Best Cookbooks Ever (The Luxe Life)
Calling all novice cookers! We’ve found a fabulous list of cookbooks to get you started on your Top Chef journey. For those of you who are a bit more advance, these books are still great reference points (or décor for your kitchen).
Some rules are made to be broken. Other rules are baseless, yet we follow them anyways. Here is a list of five grammar rules we know are myths, but we follow them in our writing at work anyways.
What’s on your bucket list? For the food-obsessed, its stacked with top-rated restaurants from all around the world, peppered with some under-the-radar gems. Zagat asked chefs, Zagat staffers and their audience for their No. 1 must-visit bucket-list eatery. They’ve put it into this mouth-watering list.