Even though film buffs have many ways to watch a movie at home these days, there's something special about sitting in a darkened theater, surrounded by others, watching a movie on the big screen. If you're a parent, you'll eventually want to share this special experience with your child. But without a little planning and preparation, your child's first movie experience may not go the way that you wanted it to.
Stand-up comedy isn't about the technique, it's about the delivery. Unfortunately, stage fright can interfere with the delivery, no matter how good your material is. If you've decided to enter the field of stand-up comedy, and stage fright is getting in your way, don't give up on your dream. There are things you can do that will help get those feelings of fright under control. Here are five simple techniques you can use to regain control, and overcome the fear that's keeping you from showing the world just how funny you are.
According to a 2013 study conducted online, approximately 61 percent of Americans binge watch televisions shows on a regular basis. It's a great way to relax and catch up on missed episodes or whole seasons. While binge watching itself isn't particularly harmful, some of the behaviors involved in the activity can be. Here are 3 tips for staying healthy while marathoning your favorite shows. Have Healthy Snacks on Hand Many people have been socially conditioned to eat while watching television, and studies indicate they consume more food when doing so.