What’s Trending on Monday, July 31st, 2017
§ Study shows when you factor in family duties, working moms pretty much never stop working unless they’re sleeping.
§ If you factor in working full time, juggling schedules, grocery shopping, various organization tactics, delegating tasks, cooking, cleaning and managing a household, working mothers work an average of 98 hours per week.
§ The average working mom’s day typically begins at 6:23am and she doesn’t stop until 8:31pm.
§ Dave Grohl lit up a fire of speculations when he revealed that “probably the biggest pop star in the world” sings backing vocals on a track from the upcoming Foo Fighters album, “Concrete and Gold.”
§ He is still being secretive about the pop star’s identity but he has now ruled out a couple of names.
§ He tells Rolling Stone that “Neither Adele nor Taylor Swift sang on the record.”
§ So who does that leave? Speculation is that it could be Lady Gaga.
§ One person who will be on the album is Shawn Stockman of Boyz II Men, who sings on the record’s title track.
§ The record will be released on September 15th.
§ Study shows speeding is just as dangerous as drunk driving.
§ In the last 10 years, nearly the same number of deaths have occurred from passenger vehicle speeding related crashes as did from alcohol-involved crashes. (about 113,000)
§ While drivers are award that speeding is a safety threat, they acknowledge it is common in the US.
§ They note that speeding increases the risk of being involved in a crash and the severity of injuries by people involved in speeding-related crashes.
§ Want to watch TV and meet your fitness goals? Now there’s Cycleflix!
§ It’s a program from the Dublin Institute of Technology and it lets you hook up a stationary bike to your Netflix account so your favorite shows only play if you stick to your fitness routine.
§ Once you hook up the system, you set your workout routine, choose the movie or tv show, and start pedaling.
§ As soon as you reach your intended speed, Netflix will start streaming the show but it you drop below your pre-set speed for too long, the title will automatically pause until you pick up the pace.