Getting into shape is never easy, which is why it helps to have a strong support system.
This is the boyfriend, and let's just say, he has a way with motivational speaking.
A Truck Driver Dad ‘Babysat’ His 9-Year-Old Daughter’s Doll and Adorably Documented Their Adventures
Trent and Jody McCain from Kansas have three kids — two sons, Justin and Jared, and a 9-year-old daughter Joselyn.
But as we warned you the first time around, sometimes the hilariously literal results might not be quite what you were expecting.
And speaking of unexpected, sometimes — like in this last photo — you get a heartwarming answer instead.
It’s an election year, which means there’s no shortage of people willing to give their opinion on who should — or more often, who shouldn’t — be president. And thanks to social media, both candidates and voters can voice their opinion any time, anywhere, in any way…for better or worse.
The best part are these tweeters that exercise their freedom of speech and sarcasm, giving you at least 30 reasons not to delete your account.
Saida Mickeviciute is only 19 years old, but this self-taught makeup artist from Lithuania is making a name for herself with her incredible transformations.
Seth Jay King has kids, a sense of humor, and excellent handwriting that he often puts on display on his Instagram page, Late Notes, which we'll get to in a minute.
Karen Walsh, a 40-year-old mom of two and accomplished Broadway actress, went to her doctor with what she thought were stomach cramps, possibly the result of a surgery she'd had a few months prior.
If you aren't already one of the 641,000 people who follow Kelly Oxford on Twitter, let me introduce you to the New York Times best-selling author, screenwriter, and blogger.
All it took was one tweet from a woman named CJ in Atlanta to start a trending #NoWomanEver hashtag that brought to light the harassment many women face every day.
Your Barista Is Judging You Each and Every Day. Here’s What They’re Thinking About All Their Weird Customers!
When you’re exhausted or running late, the baristas at your favorite coffeeshop become heroes wearing aprons and not a cape. But have you ever wondered what they think of you and your fancy schmancy order of overpriced bean juice?
Seventeen brave baristas shared the thoughts they have brewing up over on Whisper, so wonder no more, my caffeinated compadres.