Jan
05
60 Achievable New Year's Resolutions for Healthier and Happier Living

By Zee Krstic and Kate Rockwood via Good Housekeeping

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There are fitness goals on this list, but the best resolutions may focus on your mental health and happiness.

For the first time in a while, New Year's Eve may feel more like a glimmer of a regular celebration — and a powerful wave of hope for the future is sure to be present at any New Year's celebration this year. Your annual resolutions may feel different than before, and it's important to take stock of what's important in your life long before the (party!) clock strikes midnight on December 31. If there's anything that we've learned in 2021, it's not to take our health for granted; in 2022, a renewed focus on your own lifestyl...


Jan
05
WHAT UP DOE, IN THE METRO

By Neshele Godfrey | 3RY Magazine Entertainment Editor

What’s up Detroit! The sun has set
on 2021, and the rise of the new year means new possibilities. Welcome back to my Review Corner where you will find the latest scoop on upcoming entertainment, food, and places to travel. I have loads of new exciting places to visit and adventures to explore in 2022. Let’s chat.


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Jan
05
Pledge to Purpose

By Dr. Eddie Connor Jr.| 3RY Magazine Contributor


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In times of isolation and separation, God will give you revelation to make you one with Him. Overcome loneliness and procrastination. When people, situations, and negative thoughts come your way, just say, “Access denied.” If you give negativity an inch, it will take a mile. Stop granting access to what disrupts your progress.

Deny toxic relationships access into your life. You are not an entrance and exit gateway, stop allowing people to walk in and out of your life. Start telling them, “Access denied!” Don’t allow anything to upset the flow of your joy. Move beyond your past and embrace your future. Tell yourse...


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Jan
05
Viral Video Shows Workers Not Taking Deliveries Without Tips, Sparks Debate: 'We Can Pick and Choose


By Emily Rella via Entrepreneur


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A DoorDash employee is causing a stir after showing dozens of untouched orders in a McDonald's.

It can be frustrating when you order food from a food delivery service or app like Postmates or DoorDash and you get the dreaded notification that there is no one available to pick up your order and thus it must be cancelled.



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TikTok shows dozens of untouched deliveries.


But sometimes this doesn’t mean that there isn’t anyone working who’s available to pick up your food — it can mean that the couriers working simply don’t want to.

A new viral TikTok is shedding light on what happens when a customer doesn’t select the option to...


Jan
01
The 10 Most Popular U.S. Neighborhoods to Buy a Home

By Dobrina Zhekova via Travel + Leisure


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House hunters are looking for affordability and great year-round weather.

For the past year, demand for second homes in states such as Florida and South Carolina has skyrocketed. And as travel restrictions ease, buyers are also looking for real estate beyond the country's borders (in Mexico, for example). However, because remote work has become the standard in certain industries, some people are packing up and leaving big cities for good in search of great weather, spacious homes, and lower taxes. So, if your 2022 plans include a new home, you may want to consider Florida.

According to a newly released report by real estate brokerage company Redfin, the...


Jan
01
Jenifer Young Detroit’s Newest Media Mogul Queen CEO & Founder of One God TV Network

Eureka Lewis | 3RY Magazine Editor-at-large


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Maintaining unwavering faith when the odds are stacked against you, can be difficult at best. Despite past obstacles, Jenifer Young/CEO & Founder of One God TV Network has seemingly mastered the art. Hearing something's never been done, doesn't discourage her in the slightest. She's aware doubt and faith cannot coexist.

Jenifer wasn't always this assertive. Like most of us, she's faced challenges in her life. In her twenties, she became a single mom, and experienced a shift in her family dynamic. Thankfully, transition didn't stop her. In fact, it served to fuel her passion.

Her journey began in Detroit, Michig...


Jan
01
Do you have a cold, the flu or COVID-19? Experts explain how to tell the difference

By Madeline Holcombe, CNN via Local News 8

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Do you have a sore throat, a runny nose and muscle aches? It could be a common cold, a case of the flu — or COVID-19.

The illnesses all share similar symptoms, sometimes making it hard to distinguish which is putting you under the weather.

Case rates of COVID-19 have been on the rise as the Omicron variant has spread, but hospitalization numbers appear to be staying relatively low. For vaccinated people, evidence suggests that infection with this variant seems less likely to be severe, epidemiologist and former Detroit Health Department executive director, Dr. Abdul El-Sayed said.

“The important thing to remember is a vaccine is like giving ...


Jan
01
2022 Will be the 'Year of Vaccination,' says director of vaccine institute

By Weizhen Tan via CNBC


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KEY POINTS
- 2022 will be "the year of vaccination," if last year had marked the year of the vaccine development, according to a leading expert.

- Hopefully, 2022 will also mark the year when anti-Covid drugs will come to the fore, and make treatment more effective, Jerome Kim, director general of the International Vaccine Institute, told CNBC on Monday.

- Kim also highlighted a "diagnostics gap" that countries need to be "much better at addressing."

If 2021 was the year of vaccine development, 2022 will be a year marked by vaccinations and booster shots, according to a leading expert.

"2022 will be the year of vaccination — either primary for people who haven't been ...


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