‘Fixer Upper’ Is Back As Chip And Joanna Gaines’ Lifestyle Empire Expands



Chip and Joanna Gaines, hosts of the wildly popular home improvement TV show Fixer Upper, announced a new season of the Waco, Texas-set program would kick off in 2021—on their own broadcast network—as their lifestyle empire, which comprises of book deals, restaurants, retail shops and a Target home goods line, shows no signs of slowing down.


In a blog post, Chip Gaines wrote, “It wasn’t more than a few weeks ago that we first talked about returning to the show. I mentioned it to Jo, fully expecting her to tell

Lifestyle, Policy Changes Could Make Big Dent in Dementia Burden


About 40% of dementia cases may be prevented or delayed by modifying 12 risk factors, researchers reported at the 2020 virtual Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC).

These 12 factors include three new items — excessive alcohol intake and head injury in mid-life, and exposure to air pollution in later life — that have been added to the Lancet Commission’s list of key modifiable risk factors for dementia, said Gill Livingston, MD, of University College London in England, and co-authors, during an online AAIC presentation.

The list, part of the commission’s report on dementia prevention, intervention, and care published simultaneously

Experience the station lifestyle | Farm Weekly


IT TAKES a special kind of person to live and work on a cattle station in remote Western Australia and what better way to understand why the life they choose is so inimitable, than to be part of the action on a station stay.

Over the July school holidays I embarked on a 4500 kilometres round trip to WA’s amazing North West with my family of five, including three children aged 10 and under.

When researching our trip I knew we had to do something distinctly different, something our children could enjoy and learn from at the same time and

Lifestyle: I bought a longboard to help put the ‘alt’ back in ‘alt-weekly. It did not go well. – Entertainment & Life – Worcester Magazine


After just 48-hours as the proud new owner of a longboard, I managed a miraculous wipe out on a small hill. I dragged my sad broken butt home and queued up a video chat with my college roommates to assess the damage. They were not impressed.




“DON’T GO TO SLEEP,” my friend Kat instructed — her new-mom energy was showing.




Luckily, I’ve been perfecting the art of French braiding for months, a hearty hairstyle that spared my skull from splitting open on the gently sloping pavement. I could nevertheless see that my face was turning the color of a rhinoceros