Each member of the show received an Air Fryer during the holidays, however, Geena wants to know do Air Fryers live up to the hype?
An anonymous listener found out that his boyfriend was cheating on him and decided to take away his most prize possession!
Plus, we surprised a selfless mother battling cancer for Make Happiness Happen!
Carlsbad city leaders are considering beefing up enforcement of state and local public health orders including potentially implementing new fines for businesses defying the rules. The Carlsbad City Council is holding a special meeting today to decide whether to put a citation system into place. If the proposal passes, there could be fines ranging up to $500. The Village, in Carlsbad where several businesses and restaurants have been “peacefully protesting” public health rules by remaining open is still open as of now.
There were a record number of air travelers over New Years weekend. It was the biggest weekend since the pandemic began. An estimated 1.3 million people flew on Sunday – which is the most since March 15th, although only about half the number of travelers in a normal year.
Are you feeling the post-holiday blues?
If so that’s normal for this time of year, however experts say the holiday blues are even worse this year due to the coronavirus. Post-holiday blues are negative mood changes that set in after the all the shopping, planning and overall excitement of the holidays.” However, re-adjusting to normal life can be tough, especially following 2020’s socially-distanced holidays. Signs you might have the holiday blues include sadness, low-energy, difficult concentrating, difficulty sleeping, low motivation, worry, stress, and more. In order to help you get through the blues, plan post-holiday activities or something to look forward to, or even taking some time off work instead of jumping right back in can help. Usually, post-holiday blues go away after you’ve readjusted to your typical day-to-day life.
Having a hard time starting or sticking to your resolutions?
Maybe you can blame it on where you live. Wallet Hub analyzed data from 57 key metrics -- ranging from percentages of adult obesity, smoking and binge drinking, to average household income, job opportunities, and number of parks and recreation areas -- to determine the Best and Worst Cities for Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions in 2021.
Here are the Top 5 Best Cities for Keeping Your Resolutions:
2.Salt Lake City, Utah
5.San Diego, California
The Top 5 Worst Cities for Keeping Your Resolutions:
2.Huntington, West Virginia
4.Newark, New Jersey
5.Charleston, West Virginia
What do you call a pic of someone getting a COVID-19 vaccine?
A “vaxxie,” of course. Yep, as vaccine rollouts make their way across the country, people are beginning to see a light at the end of the pandemic tunnel, and to mark the occasion, vaccine selfies have been popping up all over social media. Expect to see a lot more of this new selfie trend, affectionately dubbed the “vaxxie” by influencers and media outlets, as more and more people gain access to the vaccine. Don’t forget to add the #Vaxxie when it’s your turn to post.
The month of January has been dubbed “Divorce Month” by divorce lawyers, because of the uptick in divorce filings. In fact, yesterday, the first Monday after the holidays, is known as “Divorce Day” because of all the calls lawyers get from couples wanting to call it quits.
Seems couples try to keep things together during the holidays, and once they’re over, well, so are they.
McDonalds is entering the Chicken Sandwich Wars!
McDonalds is finally joining in the fried chicken sandwich wars! McDonalds will be launching three new chicken sandwiches starting February 24th. First, they will debut their Crispy Chicken Sandwich, which will be topped with pickles on a potato roll. There'll also be the Spicy Chicken Sandwich, which adds a spicy pepper sauce, and the Deluxe Chicken Sandwich, which comes with lettuce, tomatoes and mayo.
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will be launching three new chicken sandwiches starting February 24