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Since moving to Indiana, I have to drive two hours to get to the closest Trader Joe's. Some items are worth making the trek for, like the granola bites, cacio-e-pepe ravioli, and syrup. AdvertisementWhen I lived in Southern California, I had tons of Trader Joe's locations to choose from. But now that I reside in Southern Indiana — where there are only four stores in the entire state — I drive two hours to and from the closest location. Because I live so far away, I typically travel to Trader Joe's once a month, stocking up on lots of canned goods and cleaning products.
Persons: Joe's, pepe ravioli, Organizations: Service, Southern Indiana —, Business Locations: Indiana, Southern California, Southern Indiana
While most people follow Zillow Gone Wild to gawk at the weird and bizarre features of other people's homes, some are looking to buy. And with Zillow Gone Wild and a host of other real-estate influencer accounts, a wild home is now easy to find. At the end of April, Leyendecker had a listing in Plymouth, Minnesota, posted on Zillow Gone Wild. Her guests are always amused to discover the home was listed on Zillow Gone Wild. "My husband was a little bit more reserved and nervous about sharing that the house was from Zillow Gone Wild.
Persons: Matt Kugizaki, Nick Levenhagen, Joshua, Nick, Kugizaki, Patrick Hasson, Levenhagen, Levenhagen aren't, Samir Mezrahi, Mezrahi, Kate Wagner, Los Angeles, Los Angeles Dodger Andre Ethier, Nick Leyendecker, Leyendecker, Hasson, Millennials, Ashley Spencer, it's, Spencer, home's, I've, Michelle Mastro, she's Organizations: House, HGTV, Los, Los Angeles Dodger, Homeowners Locations: Joshua Tree , California, Zillow, Gilbert , Arizona, San Luis Obispo , California, Colorado Springs , Colorado, Plymouth , Minnesota, Austin, Minneapolis
I started working with her in 2009, as her director of digital strategy and new media. Don't build community, facilitate itPart of my job in overseeing Beyoncé's digital strategy was maintaining her Facebook page and Twitter account. The team would put together our recommendations, and we'd present these ideas to her father, Matthew Knowles, who was overseeing Music World Entertainment, which produced her earlier work. We stopped working on building Beyoncé an online community and instead started engaging with the online community that already existed. It was at this point that her community started to take shape.
Persons: Marcus Collins, Beyoncé, Matthew Knowles, Sasha Fierce, She's, it's, you've Organizations: Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, Beyoncé, World Entertainment, Facebook
Marcus Collins shares the major lessons he learned helping Beyoncé to bring her fan base online. I started working with her in 2009, as her director of digital strategy and new media. The team would put together our recommendations, and we'd present these ideas to her father, Matthew Knowles, who was overseeing Music World Entertainment, which produced her earlier work. We stopped working on building Beyoncé an online community and instead started engaging with the online community that already existed. It was at this point that her community started to take shape.
Persons: Marcus Collins, Beyoncé, Collins, , Matthew Knowles, Sasha Fierce, She's, it's, you've Organizations: Service, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, Beyoncé, World Entertainment, Facebook
Denmark is not a socialist country, but it has strong welfare safety nets, like a free healthcare system that people must pay into. AdvertisementDenmark has 'free' healthcare, but it isn't efficientDanish people pay high taxes to support a healthcare system that is becoming less effective. The social aspect of the Danish system doesn't work efficiently anymore, so patients are choosing private hospitals instead. The idea is to discourage people from consuming these products and then relying on the free healthcare system for treatment. The Danish work less and take more time away to reinvigorate their creativity.
Persons: , Nick Olsen, didn't, I'd, Denmark, I've, you've, It's, Danes Organizations: Service, x365, Business Locations: Salt Lake City, Denmark, United States, LA, Thailand, Utah, Danish, New York, California, there's, America
In fact, I grew up in Little Rock, Arkansas, a red state surrounded, by very religious people — many Southern Baptist. Many of us, however, were desperate to move out for better job opportunities and to grow our careers. The more populous places, like the capital Little Rock, are seen as a lot more diverse. There are typically better job opportunities there too, but those opportunities were very limited for me. It worked out, though, because moving to San Diego proved more cost-effective than the Bay Area.
Persons: Raneisha Stassin, It's, I’ve, I've, I, it’s, Logan Organizations: Southern Baptist, Area, Arkansas In, Bay Area, Navy Locations: California, Little Rock , Arkansas, Arkansas, San Francisco, San Diego, Arkansas In Arkansas, Northern California, Ketchum, Arkansas In San Francisco, Little Rock, Bay, Little, mlogan@businessinsider.com
Be warned: Flights are getting bumpier
  + stars: | 2023-11-22 | by ( Michelle Mastro | ) www.businessinsider.com   time to read: +9 min
Air turbulence is becoming more common and more intense. As the jet stream buckles a bit because it's not as strong as it was in the past, now you have all this energy associated with the jet stream up 30,000 feet or so. But changes to the atmosphere mean these corridors are getting bumpier, so avoiding them could result in smoother flights. But while we can get better at avoiding air turbulence, we won't be able to avoid it altogether. That's why some companies are going back to the drawing board to design airplanes that can better adjust to turbulent air.
Persons: I'd, Isabel Smith, Smith, Paul Williams, Williams, Bill Duncan, You've, John K, didn't, Duncan, Pierre Baqué, Alyson Smith, Michelle Mastro Organizations: University of Reading, Lufthansa, Northern, The Weather Company, Denver, Airbus, National Transportation Safety Locations: Denver, Indianapolis, England, Austin , Texas, Frankfurt, Germany, Washington, Rocky, Swiss, Delta
Iain Cameron and his wife Brioni left Scotland and moved onto a boat in the Caribbean, in 2020. Besides, we both had stable jobs in Scotland: Brioni was an elementary school teacher and I worked in tech as an international technical trainer. For over two years now, living on a boat has made us stronger, more confident, and more appreciative. Iain and Brioni sailing on their boat in the Caribbean. An aerial view of Iain and Brioni sailing off the coast of an island.
Persons: Iain Cameron, Brioni, they've, Cameron, , we've, Saint Vincent, Iain, Caine, Iain Cameron We've, Manseen Logan Organizations: Service, Facebook, eBay, Robertson, YouTube, Seas, Southampton, Annapolis Locations: Scotland, Caribbean, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dubrovnik, Croatia, Adriatic, Grenadines, Saint Vincent, United Kingdom, YachtWorld, Bonaire, Guna Yala, Panama, mlogan@insider.com
Hough's property is built from reused shipping containers, and guests can see resident wildlife. When we did decide to build, we chose shipping containers primarily because the area had no electricity or running water. We wanted to build something sustainableThe shipping containers were reused from a shipping company. We employed experts for the more technical jobs, of course, like building the shipping containers. Overall, having a unique Airbnb has been a great experienceI love how Airbnb makes hosting so easy and makes you feel protected.
Persons: Moon Hough, Hough, , welders, Nairobians, We've, it's, Rangi, I've, I'm, Airbnb Organizations: Service, YouTube Locations: Nairobi, Kenya
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