Here’s a round-up of what we learned this week by using the Outbrain content discovery platform. As we clicked through different articles, we learned about yoga, movie adaptations that were better than their source material, natural gas for cars and more.
Food Truck Names That Should Be Banned (Fox News)
Food trucks are a culinary phenomenon taking over America. Aside from the amazing taste bud adventure the cart fares deliver, the punny names tend to not disappoint either. But, alas, some food trucks take it too far. Here’s a list of names and slogan’s food truck owners should have rethought.
Natural Gas Cars: A look under the hood (ExxonMobil)
Did you know that, in 2012, natural gas accounted for about 2% of U.S. demand for transporation fuel, with most of that demand stemming from fleet vehicles like buses and taxis? Find out some awesome analysis on why more of our cars don’t run on natural gas.
StyleBlazer dug into some of the most famous movie adaptations of our time. Alas, while some might say hands-down “the book is always better than the movie,” here are some stand-out films that (arguably) trump their paperback counterparts.
Yoga’s Easiest Post Can Rejuvenate Your Body (Foods Television)
Not everyone is flexible enough to bend themselves into a pretzel (trust me, I understand!), so yoga can be a daunting activity. Luckily, there’s a pose a yogi of any level can do to relax and rejuvenate.
10 Cheapest U.S. Cities to Live In (Kiplinger)
If you’re looking for somewhere affordable to live in the U.S., this article teaches us that you should look no further than Texas or Arkansas. Five out of ten of the cheapest cities in the U.S. can be found in these two states. Can you guess the rest?
Prepping a Home for Sale: 10 Simple Staging Tips (HomeGoods)
When selling a house, curb appeal is huge, but interior presentation carries just as much weight. Here are some tips of the trade to make your open house a success.
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