10 Exercise Mistakes Beginners Make from ivillage.com
#1: Setting Unrealistic Goals
#2: Expecting To See Results Right Away
#3: Doing Too Much, Too Soon
#4: Using Improper Form or Technique
#5: Having No Goals At All
#6: Understanding That Diet Is as Important as Exercise
#7: Following a One-Size-Fits-All Workout Plan
#8: Trying Every Trend
#9: Not Doing What Motivates You
#10: Not Asking For Help
Here are 9 ways to save money on your Summer films.
1. Why pay anything? Many theaters offer free family film screenings on weekday mornings.
2. Keep an eye out for movie ticket coupons at grocery stores.
3. Seek out a drive-in. If you can
find one, you'll be rewarded with $6 tickets.
4. Ditch the theater chains. Independents may take an extra few weeks to get the summer blockbusters, but the tickets can be 70% cheaper.
5. Sign up for reward programs. Unlike frequent flier miles, theaters aren't depreciating their rewards programs. AMC MovieWatcher Rewards offers coupons for a free small popcorn each week, plus two points per ticket purchased. After you've earned 30, you'll get a free ticket. The Regal Crown Club awards one point per $1 spent. Rack up 120 points and redeem them for a free ticket.
6. Buy in bulk with your friends. AMC sells blocks of 50 tickets at $6 apiece. The tickets don't expire, but they can't be redeemed until two weeks after a film debuts.
7. Don't go on Friday or Saturday night. Instantly halve the cost of tickets by checking out a matinee.
8. Skip online reservation sites. Save the $1.50 and spend a few minutes waiting on line.
9. Be careful with the concessions. Theaters make their profits on popcorn, so if you need to buy, buy big and share with your friends. Even better, buy your snacks at a convenience store for a fraction of the price.
In the United States, each and every day, the typical person will produce nearly 3 pounds of garbage. To put this into perspective, within a couple of months, they've probably produced their own weight in trash.
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'The Bachelorette' Followed by 'Glass House', & 'Hell's Kitchen'
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