Remi Rosmarin, provided by Published 4:00 pm CST, Thursday, February 7, 2019 TheInsider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Decorating and organizing a small space can be difficult because you have to be more calculated with your decisions. When I first moved into my small NYC bedroom, I was stumped on how to fit everything in the room, keep it organized, and hopefully make it look nice, too. I spent a lot of time researching products to make my space efficient, practical, and feel like my own. It took me a while, but here are the five products that transformed my small bedroom. If you scrolled through my search history from the past few months, you'd find an abundance of queries like "space-saving hacks," "small bedroom hacks," and "how to make a small bedroom look bigger." When I first moved into my apartment, it became pretty apparent that I'd … [Read more...] about 5 products I bought to make my small bedroom feel bigger
Make my day
caption My husband, Heath, and our dog, Coco, during the 5 a.m. to 6 a.m. “victory hour.” source Courtesy of Susie Moore. Susie Moore is an entrepreneur and life coach who runs her own business. For years, she’s woken up between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. After reading Robin Sharma’s book, “The 5 a.m. Club,” she challenged herself to start waking up at 5 a.m. and following Sharma’s best practices. In two weeks of sticking to the plan, she found she was getting enough sleep, accomplishing more than ever, and building healthier habits throughout the day. “The early morning has gold in its mouth.” – Benjamin Franklin A couple of weeks ago, I got my hands on “The 5 a.m. Club” by Robin Sharma. A fan of his work (bestseller “The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari” is my go-to gift for friends), I was enthused to read it despite thinking a 5 a.m. start could never apply to … [Read more...] about After years of sleeping in, I started waking up at 5 a.m., and I’m blown away by how it changes my day
Published 5:27 pm PST, Saturday, December 22, 2018 In this Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018, photo, Mesa County Sheriff's Department investigator Danny Norris, who was assigned as the lead investigator in the Sept. 2018 shooting death of Brandon Sanchez, is shown in Grand Junction, Colo. Colorado's "Make My Day" law gives people the right to use deadly force against intruders into their home whom they believe might hurt them. The question of who was the intruder and who lived in the house on Chipeta Avenue where Sanchez, 26, a Grand Junction resident was shot, was not clear-cut. (Chancey Bush/The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel via AP) less In this Thursday, Dec. 13, 2018, photo, Mesa County Sheriff's Department investigator Danny Norris, who was assigned as the lead investigator in the Sept. 2018 shooting death of Brandon Sanchez, is shown in ... more Photo: Chancey Bush, AP … [Read more...] about Family fights ‘Make My Day’ focus in Grand Junction shooting
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Personal Tech Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Personal Tech | I Tried to Make My Dog an Instagram Celebrity. I Failed. Supported by Tech Fix Becoming an influencer is hard, as our columnist found out when he tried creative photography, consultations and even bots to propel his food-obsessed corgi to fame. ByBrian X. Chen Dec. 5, 2018 Last spring, I started an Instagram account that featured my dog, Max, trying to eat my home-cooked meals. I was confident it would be an overnight sensation. Foodies and corgi lovers, after all, are two of the biggest audiences on the photo-sharing site. Combining the two, I jokingly told my colleagues, would be my ticket to early retirement (or, at the very least, some free kibble). I did all the homework. I heeded advice posted on the web from internet-famous dog owners and social media mavens: Find a shtick, publish … [Read more...] about I Tried to Make My Dog an Instagram Celebrity. I Failed.
Under the “make my day” law, a Colorado Springs man has dodged a murder charge in the shooting of a homeless man who was sleeping in his apartment complex basement last year.The case against Patrick Rau, 29, was dismissed by 4th Judicial District Judge Jann DuBois, who ruled Friday that the basement is part of the dwelling, court records show.Colorado’s Homeowner Protection Act, known as the “make my day” law, allows a person to use deadly force if an intruder enters a home illegally and is reasonably believed to be intending to harm a person or property. The resident then is immune from criminal prosecution and civil liability.The court found reasonable belief that Donald Wayne Russell, 37, posed a threat to Rau when he entered the structure at 219 N. Wahsatch Ave. on Jan. 19, 2017, records say.The District Attorney’s Office “respectfully disagrees” with DuBois’ decision and will appeal, spokeswoman Lee Richards said, declining … [Read more...] about Colorado Springs man escapes murder charge under ‘Make My Day’ exception