The New Year always comes packed with resolutions and goals about cutting back on eating out, fitness, eating healthier, etc. All of it can seem very overwhelming, but I'm here with a list of seven products that will make meal-planning and eating at home more often a breeze!
The holiday season means givng back and WalletHub.com has complied their list of the '2016 Most Charitable States. To make their list they used 13 key metrics, from volunteering their time to monitary donations.
Forbes has recently released their list of 'The Best States For Business" . The list is based in six key metrics: Business costs, labor supply, regulatory environment, economic climate, growth prospects and quality of life.
The unemployment rate in Maine is at 4percent, compared to the national 4.9 percent rate. While jobs have been lost in many paper mills, there are plenty of jobs out there. Let's take a look at the eight largest employers in Maine.
WalletHub.com has released their list of the '2016's Fattest States In America' (couldn't they have been a little bit nicer with the title of article?) The rankings come from data from the Center of Disease Control and Prevention. WalletHub compared the 50 states and the District of Columbia based on 17 key indicators of weight-related problems.
The website Niche.com has complied their list of the '2016 Best School Districts In Maine'. The make their rankings they used a formula of the strength of academics, quality of teachers, school resources, the quality of student life, as well as student and parent reviews, in an attempt to measure the overall excellence of the district.
WalletHub.com has just released their 2016 list of the happiest states in the America. To make their rankings they used 28 key metrics, from emotional health to income levels to sports participation rates. So, where did Maine rank on their list?
When I say hippie what comes to your mind? Maybe VW vans, stoners, headbands, Woodstock, peace and love? Thrillist.com did a fun post on the 'most hippie' towns in every state in the United States of America. So, which town did the choose for Maine?
Zippia.com has released their list of the 'Laziest States In America'. To create their 'lazy index' they factored in the lowest average hours worked, shortest commute time, fewest workers per household, highest unemployment rate and fewest adults with a college degree.
Estately.com recently researched which of the U.S. states have the most couch potatoes. You know the kind that play video games, are on the computer doing the social media thing or just watching way too much television.