Author - Manuel Moreno

Veinticuatro años. Venezolano. Escritor de pasatiempo y amante de la buena vida. Emprendedor y aventurero. Mente de ingeniero y corazón de músico.

Twenty four years old. Venezuelan. Writer of hobby and good life lover. Entrepreneur and adventurer. Engineer's mind and musician's heart.

Lifestyle

Are Shipping Containers Really A Good Material For Constructing A Home?

If you are a huge fan of these home buying channels such as HGTV’s House Hunters, you have probably seen a few episodes featuring the newest trend of tiny houses.  These tiny houses have become the rage because they are low in maintenance, affordable, come in a wide range of décor options, and many other pluses even if the houses are really, really small in size.

Are You Ready For Shipping Container Homes?

Well, it seems there is a new trend emerging, people constructing homes from upcycled shipping containers!  That said, this might not be exactly what you think.  You probably think that shipping containers would make for a very unstable, rather cheap looking home.  In reality, they are quite the opposite. These homes look sleek, modern, and come with two bedrooms, one bathroom, and a really spacious kitchen.  These tiny homes also have an outside deck that’s perfect for entertaining.

You Might Be Surprised How Big They Really Are:

Contrary to popular rumor, these tiny homes are not really that small.  You will discover plenty of space to make yourself feel right at home.  You will discover plenty of storage space as most owners store items under the sofa or under the floorboards.  These homes have windows and bright light so you will never feel claustrophobic.

They Are Eco-friendly:

If eco-friendly is important to you and you are on board to save the planet, you are in luck.  These tiny homes are great places to call home.  The shipping container home runs on solar energy and is a wonderful eco-friendly alternative to the traditional tiny home.  You might just discover that these homes will offer you more possibilities than you would think.

You Can Add Some Exciting Features:

These shipping container homes are deliberately designed for entertaining.  Even though inside the home is somewhat crowded, your rooftop patio is a major selling point. Invite your friends over on a summer’s evening and have a great time while building wonderful memories.  You know what that they say, quality over quantity.  Well, these homes might just become the most popular spot in town!

So Very Affordable:

Let’s face it, the housing market is super expensive and it’s really difficult to find a home that is within your budget.  Tiny homes are constructed from shipping containers and are very affordable.  These homes usually run between $50,000 and $100, 000, depending on the extra features and size.  You will be able to do most of the interior decorating yourself, matching your specific taste.  How about a sliding barn door as an entry into your bath?

Before saying nix to tiny homes, why not look around and see what you think before saying thumbs down?

If you are a huge fan of these home buying channels such as HGTV’s House Hunters, you have probably seen a few episodes featuring the newest trend of tiny houses.  These tiny houses have become the rage because they are low in maintenance, affordable...

Tech News

Apple Introduces Its Own Credit Card

Apple Inc. is driven to do more and more to create more users and to make its users happier. The company is continually advancing and introducing newer technology, and now they’ve announced they’ll be releasing their very own credit card in partnership with Goldman Sachs and Mastercard.

Integrating the Apple Card will be especially useful for those who have already made it a habit to use the Wallet app and Apple Pay. According to Tim Cook, Apple CEO, Apple Pay will reach 10 billion transactions this year and will be available in over 40 countries by the year’s end.

Over 70 percent of American businesses accept Apple Pay, and more are being added to that number daily while countries like Australia are already at 99 percent acceptance.

Signing up for the Apple Card is simple; all you have to do is sign up from your iPhone, and within a few minutes, you’ll be able to use it with Apple Pay. You’ll have complete control over the card from your Wallet app.

If you want to see you credit card bill, your recent transactions, or keep track of your spending, you just tap the card, and all the information is at your fingertips. You can even see where you spent the money. When you tap a transaction, the location shows up in a miniature Apple Map.

Go Titanium

You’ll also get a hard, titanium card along with the virtual one with a laser-etched name, but there’s no card number, no CVV code, no expiration date, and no signature on the card. All of that information can only be found on the Wallet app, and each device will have a different credit card number.

Every transaction gives you an instant 2 percent cash back, and with Apple purchases, it’s 3 percent! Physical transactions, however, are only eligible for 1 percent cash back. The cash back is credited to your account daily instead of at the end of the month.

All of your private information is guaranteed to be secure; in fact, Apple won’t even be able to see what you bought, where you bought it, or what you paid for it. Goldman Sachs agrees not to sell your data for advertising or marketing.

What makes this card even more unique than it already is is that you will have no late fees, no annual fees, no international fees, and no over-limit fees. You can easily set up a monthly plan to pay off your balance if you aren’t able to, and customer support is always at your fingertips via text messages through the Messages app.

Apple says the card will be available to customers in the U.S. this summer.

Apple Inc. is driven to do more and more to create more users and to make its users happier. The company is continually advancing and introducing newer technology, and now they’ve announced they’ll be releasing their very own credit card in partnership...

Inspiring Stories

Man “Leaves” the World a Better Place

In a world where most people don’t give the environment a second thought, Jadav Payeng has made bettering the world his mission in life.  Jadav has committed himself to improve his island’s ecosystem every day.  Because of Jadav, his island has turned from a near-wasteland to a tropical paradise.

A Teen’s Observation

At age 16, Jadav decided that he needed to plant a new tree every day along the coast of Majuli Island. His decision was based on a sad observation.

Jadav witnessed a group of snakes who had been killed after being swept along the Brahmaputra River. It wasn’t the journey that had killed the reptiles, it was the fact that they had no shade once they washed ashore. The snakes had died in the scorching sun. It didn’t take long for Payeng to realize that the snakes’ fate could easily be shared by humans on the island.  He vowed to plant a tree every day.

His accomplishment is amazing.  The coast is now home to a lush, thriving forest.

Tropical Paradise

A Payeng grew, he became a vegetable farmer with the same unwavering dedication to plant his trees daily.  His desire was to keep the island healthy and safe for everyone, and everything, on it. His dream soon became a lush forest.

His mission has never wavered during the past 40 years and his accomplishment spread farther than he dreamed.  China’s sandy landscape took root with seeds carried along the river.  Closer to home, Majuli’s forested area grew larger than Central Park.

Grateful Ecosystem

By the year 2000, Payeng’s Mulay Forest was home to many of Majuli Island’s native species, including Bengal tigers, elephants, rhinos, monkeys, and the snakes that were behind the entire project.

Paying continues to plant his trees in the forest, unconcerned with his safety now that the wildlife has claimed the forest as their own.  He claims he never feels threatened because the forest is his biggest home, and he still wakes early every day to visit his forest.

Majuli’s native islanders have reaped the benefits of Payeng’s lofty vision.  Because of his forest, the inner island has been kept safe from floods.  The forest provides herbs and foods to feed the island’s population. And through it all, the Mulay Forest is a beautiful reminder of how even one man can make a difference in his own world.

In a world where most people don’t give the environment a second thought, Jadav Payeng has made bettering the world his mission in life.  Jadav has committed himself to improve his island’s ecosystem every day.  Because of Jadav, his island has turned...

Cool Stories

Check it out: The Roosevelt New Orleans Vintage Contest

If honest with ourselves, many of us have lifted items from hotels we have stayed in. Whether it’s a wonderfully plush bathrobe, an ashtray from the bar, or silverware from an in-room dinner. It’s not so much the idea of stealing something, it’s about having a souvenir from your stay at a 5-star hotel.

Well the Roosevelt New Orleans, which is a Waldorf Astoria Hotel, is celebrating its 125th anniversary. To celebrate the occasion, anyone who turns in the most unique item taken from the hotel will actually be rewarded.

Between now and July 1, 2019, they will be given 7 free nights in their Presidential Suite, free private dinners cooked by the executive chef, and luxurious spa treatments! Considering rooms go for $1,500 per night, this package is worth well over $15,000!

Considering the Roosevelt’s rich history, you will have plenty of time to return something unique before July 1st! Originally opened in 1893, it was called the Grunewald Hotel on Canal Street. The hotel was named after its owner, Louis Grunewald who was a successful Bavarian businessman.

In 1923, the hotel was renamed the Roosevelt and became well-known for its Blue room and The Sazerac Bar located off from the lobby where many legendary musicians performed including Cab Calloway, Jack Benny, Louis Armstrong, and Ray Charles.

In 1965, the hotel became a Fairmont until the basement was destroyed by Hurricane Katrina, closing in 2005. The current owners bought the property in 2007, refurbished and remodeled everything bringing it back to its glory days and was reborn as the Roosevelt in 2009.

Tod Chambers, the General Manager, said they restored everything from the lavish décor to the original logo from the famous Sazerac Bar. They are accepting all items from any time period in the hotel’s history for their Historic Giveback Contest in July.

Vintage Blue-Room Items

They want to celebrate the hotel’s entire history and will place all items returned on display in the lobby. They will also return these items to their owners, if they want them, after the ceremony in July.

To date, they have received Grunewald plates, stemware, faded menus, and, believe it or not, a full tablecloth! Other returned items include giant brass room keys, bud vases, and one former guest turned in an album recorded in the Blue Room by Jan Garber in 1959. Even though the album is too scratched up to play, they are looking into avenues to have it digitally reproduced.

Wendy Tannehill, who turned in the old album and some old glassware, said they heard about the contest. Her parents and grandparents always visited The Roosevelt to listen to the bands playing there. Her husband and she found other memorabilia from the hotel on eBay. It seems her family has been in love with the Roosevelt for a very long time!

Chambers said that swiping things of sentimental value was actually a crime of endearing passion! There’s something in knowing they have an item that reminded them of the Roosevelt in their own homes. He said there are an estimated 700 glasses, with the Sazerac Bar logo, that were “borrowed” from the bar during the holiday season alone.

So many of these returned items will give everyone a chance to recapture a little bit of history and have some fun along the way. They are receiving other items every week and expect to see many more before July!

Anyone who has items from this famous hotel stowed away, you might want to consider turning them in for a chance at winning the contest! On top of that, all items will be returned to you!

If honest with ourselves, many of us have lifted items from hotels we have stayed in. Whether it’s a wonderfully plush bathrobe, an ashtray from the bar, or silverware from an in-room dinner. It’s not so much the idea of stealing something...

Tech News

U.S. Senators To Limit Facial Recognition Data

This week, Roy Blunt (R-MO) and Brian Schatz (D-HI) introduced their Commercial Facial Recognition Privacy Act which is aimed at commercial users of Facial Recognition technology.

Your face can be the most important part of your personal identity. It distinguishes you from everyone else on the planet. It can unlock your smartphone and grant you access to your bank account. It is commonly used by law enforcement to accurately and successfully identify a wanted person in a crowd or even match a simple image with a database of known criminals.

The whole concept kind of conjures up the image of an Orwellian “Big Brother” creeping across the country.

Increasingly, people are becoming concerned about how their data is being collected and used, including data that is being collected through facial recognition technology. A message to the press, Senator Blunt said that we need guardrails to ensure that this technology will continue to develop but must implement responsibly.

If this bill passes, it will require companies to notify customers when facial recognition technology is being used. This could manifest in something similar to “CCTB in Operation” signage. This bill would also restrict the redistribution or dissemination of data to third-parties without the express consent from the end user.

Get Consumer Consent

This bill requires that in order for consumers to give consent they must be informed before commercial parties can collect and share all data collected through facial recognition (Blunt). All parties would have to meet data security, minimization, and retention standards set down by the Federal Trade Commission and National Institute of Standards and Technology.

Keep in mind, facial recognition is nothing new. It’s been a large part of security and surveillance applications for decades. That said, its use in a commercial application while on the rise, many consumers remain unaware that “Big Brother” technology is often hidden in plain sight!

Both Senators believe their bill will make sure people are given information and, more importantly, control over how their data is used and shared with companies that are using facial recognition technology. This legislation is an important move toward protecting privacy and empowering consumers. Blunt encourages all his colleagues to support this bill.

This week, Roy Blunt (R-MO) and Brian Schatz (D-HI) introduced their Commercial Facial Recognition Privacy Act which is aimed at commercial users of Facial Recognition technology.

Your face can be the most important part of your personal identity. It...

Earth

Cut & Save: What To Do If You’re Caught In Rising Waters

According to the National Weather Service, flood-related deaths account for the majority of storm hazards.  Out of these flood-related deaths, over half will occur from driving a car into floodwaters.

As the National Weather Service explains on its website, many people do not have any concept of how strong the currents are in a flooding situation.  The deaths occur as drivers’ cars are swept away.

The saddest part is that these deaths are almost always preventable.  Drivers place their lives at risk when they choose to ignore warning signs and drive around barriers blocking flooded roadways.  According to the National Weather Service, it is never safe to walk through flooded areas, or to drive through flooded roadways.

Flooding can occur through a gradual buildup of water, as seen in many hurricanes.  If flooding happens quickly, within three to six hours of rainfall, it is called a flash flood.  Flash floods can occur from thunderstorms with heavy rainfall, broken levees or dams, or mudslides.

The rapid onset of a flash flood is what makes it dangerous.  People can be caught off guard and be unprepared for how quickly their situation becomes dangerous.

Get Ready For Hurricane Season

Flash flooding can occur across the United States, but the time of year can pose bigger risks for some areas. Coastal areas are high risk for flooding, especially during hurricane seasons, but heavy spring and summer rains place the Midwest at risk.

The Federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA, states that if you live in low-lying areas near water you should always be prepared for a flood situation.

Here are a few tips to prepare in case of flooding, as recommended by the Ready Campaign:

  • Don’t drive across any bridge that spans fast-moving floodwaters. The force of the flood can make the bridge footings under the structure very unstable.
  • It doesn’t take much to sweep away an adult; your car can be swept along by only one foot of moving water while it only takes six inches to knock you off your feet.
  • Get yourself out of danger and move to higher ground if flooding is predicted.
  • Stay in your car if the car is being swept along by moving waters. If the water isn’t moving, abandon the car and seek safety.
  • Don’t park or camp along the banks of streams, creeks or rivers if heavy rainfall is expected. These areas will flood quickly and take a victim by surprise.
  • Never drive or walk through floodwaters, even if they don’t seem to be moving.
  • Turn Around, Don’t Drown! ®

According to the National Weather Service, flood-related deaths account for the majority of storm hazards.  Out of these flood-related deaths, over half will occur from driving a car into floodwaters.
As the National Weather Service explains on its website...

Earth

Turning CO2 Back Into Coal. Is That Even Possible?

As we know, the world has a bit of a problem with CO2 particles. While useful for things like plants, too much CO2 going into the air is simply going to get trapped. However, this then leads to problems like dirty air and a drop-off in living standards.

Science, though, might be in a position where they could finally overcome this problem. How so? A team of scientists at RMIT University, Australia, have managed to take a CO2 gas and turn it into solid carbon particles.

This would be a solution for helping to combat problems with greenhouse gases. It would be a safe solution, too, and could be the groundbreaking solution that we need to try and overcome the CO2 problem in the air.

Presently, we use a solution that captures carbon and tries to compress the CO2 into a form of a liquid, then injecting it back underground. Engineering issues and the economic cost of production, though, has seen progress halt on this move.

Now, though, it’s likely that, thanks to the work of Dr. Torben Daeneke and co. that this problem could be solved. The much more cost-effective and easily managed system developed down under could be the ideal solution to this problem.

This could become a more sustainable approach, according to Dr. Daeneke, who said: “While we can’t literally turn back time, turning carbon dioxide back into coal and burying it back in the ground is a bit like rewinding the emissions clock.

‘To date, CO2 has only been converted into a solid at extremely high temperatures, making it industrially unviable. By using liquid metals as a catalyst, we’ve shown it’s possible to turn the gas back into carbon at room temperature, in a process that’s efficient and scalable. While more research needs to be done, it’s a crucial first step to delivering solid storage of carbon.’

An important step forward in environmental sustainability

This is a huge step forward and has been a major boon for the science community. Using an electro-chemical technique developed by Dr. Dorna Esrafilzadeh, they are able to take atmospheric CO2 and turn it into a solid form of carbon.

The process itself sounds very interesting and could be an essential step forward in our ability to combat the man-made problems hurting our environment. This could be used in various ways; it could even be turned into electrodes and used in other formats. This is very interesting and could become a breakthrough moment in modern science.

Produced in the Nature Communications journal, this groundbreaking study was put together by people from the University of Munster, Nanjing University and the North Carolina State University alongside RMIT and other Australian groups.

While it might be some time until it can be used in a viable circumstance, this could be a genuinely life-changing solution to the problems we face on this planet.

As we know, the world has a bit of a problem with CO2 particles. While useful for things like plants, too much CO2 going into the air is simply going to get trapped. However, this then leads to problems like dirty air and a drop-off in living...

Earth

Second Impact Crater Found Buried Under Ice In Greenland

In November of 2018, scientists revealed that they had discovered a 19-mile wide impact crater below the ice in Northwest Greenland, called the Hiawatha impact crater.  The crater was the first of its kind, found under one of the earth’s continental ice sheets.

Scientists have now uncovered another impact crater underneath a mile of ice about one hundred miles from the Hiawatha crater, according to a study led by NASA glaciologist Joseph MacGregor that was recently released in Geophysical Research Letters.

 Joseph revealed in the study that it has become very rare to find any previously undiscovered impact craters on Earth, much less to find one buried so deeply under the ice.

This particular crater has a diameter of twenty two miles, making it even larger than its neighbor, the Hiawatha.  It’s not certain that this is, in fact, an impact crater but researchers feel confident enough in the site’s shape and geophysical makeup to categorize it as one.

If this crater was made by a falling meteorite, it will be the second of its kind to be found under ice sheets in Greenland or Antarctica.   It will be the 22nd largest impact crater currently known on Earth.

Astro-Geology

Both craters were discovered with the help of MacGregor, who stated that he was excited that new discoveries were still possible after having surveyed the earth at length from space, air and land. Prior to discovering Hiawatha, it had historically been believed that any impact craters in Greenland would have been destroyed by the moving and eroding forces of ice.

When the team discovered Hiawatha, they decided it was possible that more craters may exist under the ice. The scientific team studied the topography of the terrain under the sheets of ice in Greenland and compared them with the ice surfaces in data gathered by satellite.

One hundred and fourteen miles to the southeast of Hiawatha, they discovered a circular pattern and suspected it may have been an impact crater.  MacGregor asked himself if his research and findings could support the idea; having already discovered one crater below the ice was amazing enough, but to find two was unheard of.

Initially, MacGregor considered the idea that the circular area was a collapsed volcano, but he realized that all volcanic activity in Greenland was hundreds of miles from the site.  He was also unable to see any evidence of positive magnetic anomaly that typically accompanies volcanic sites.

In November of 2018, scientists revealed that they had discovered a 19-mile wide impact crater below the ice in Northwest Greenland, called the Hiawatha impact crater.  The crater was the first of its kind, found under one of the earth’s continental ice...

Animals Cool Stories TooCool

Must See: Viral Dramatic Dog Photos

Known for their ability to see things outside of the box, photographers tend to be among the most creative people around. They often see an opportunity to create a very cool picture and take it with both hands. One photographer who has found herself going viral recently, though, is that of Jess Bell.

The Canadian has been around for three years and often gets rave reviews for her work, with her specialty being artistic imagery involving animals.

Desiring to make a big impact with her next shoot, though, Bell decided to get some dogs together that belonged to her friends. The idea was to get the dogs in natural, normal poses – such as catching a Frisbee.

Before they would go for the big jump, though, she would cover the dog with colorful powder and watch as art became nature. The results are pretty incredible, which you can see for yourself below.

The images are pretty incredible, showing just how easy it is to blend together nature with some added color and zest. By picking colors which would immediately create a positive contrast with the dog itself, each shot would show the dogs standing out amid the chromatic explosion of dust all around them.

Jess, a loving dog owner and trainer, decided to go for this approach as it would offer something totally different. It also helped to show just how unique dogs can be: when we see a couple of dogs jumping, we just see two dogs. With the help of this photo shoot, we can see far more than that: we get to see the unique shape and form of each of the dogs come to life in stunning fashion.

An Explosion Of Color

Given her love of dogs and her ability to train them so well, you can rest assured that these creative displays would never hurt or risk the health of the dogs in any way, shape or form.

By using non-toxic color sets, and with ample ventilation, each shot would only produce a stunning image, with no health risk or challenge put to the dogs – and also ensuring that the dogs would never inhale the powder by ensuring it stayed clear of their airwaves.

Part of the inspiration for this shot came from Andrea Zachrau, a specialist in horse photography who used a similar approach to make horses stand out in stunning style. After taking a look at her photos, it’s easy to see where the inspiration would have come from for Jess.

However, she made her shot well and truly her own, with some pretty spectacular results coming along the way. Take a look yourself; if you are a photographer, you might get some pretty outstanding inspiration!

Known for their ability to see things outside of the box, photographers tend to be among the most creative people around. They often see an opportunity to create a very cool picture and take it with both hands. One photographer who has found herself going...

Earth

Scientists’ Response To Presidential Climate Change Tweets

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine wants to clear misconceptions put out by individuals with high influence.

Quick Response

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine are looking into a “quick response capability” to confront the misinformation told to the public about climate change.

One recommendation in a report from last month which was aimed at making it easier for experts to communicate climate issues, such as the undoubtedly real problems caused by global warming, effectively, is now the strategy for independent national academies. These academies advise the government on issues of science.

They did not mention President Donald Trump in the report. But the quick-response tactics being considered are aimed at the mischaracterizations of the science of climate done by highly influential people or groups, stated the “Climate Communications Initiative Strategic Plan.”

They can make policies that would make it possible for academics to give a response to issues that pertain to climate within 48 hours.

According to the report, the National Academies might choose to respond quickly in different scenarios, like when a statement that is made to the public contains information about the climate which is scientifically incorrect and may misinform or confuse them.

Also, the National Academies may decide to control the situation by communicating quickly when there appears to be significant potential for misinformation.

This report was formed by an independent advisory committee which the academies formed a year ago to look into communication on climate science.

In a tweet he posted this week, Trump indicated to millions of his that the severe cold spells being experienced in some parts of the country disprove the presence of global warming. “What the hell is going on with Global Warming? Please come back fast, we need you,” he tweeted.

 

 

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine wants to clear misconceptions put out by individuals with high influence.

Quick Response
The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine are looking into a “quick response...

Lifestyle

Helpful Hacks For An Organized Life

Big blow-ups of frustration in life usually happen because of all the little moments. Before the little annoyances that you face every day push you over the edge, take a look at these helpful habits.

Stop scrambling for the keys every single time you need to unlock the door. Quit letting your leftovers burn your tongue. Get yourself some organizational decor and fix your life.

The Key To Organization

This is a small but handy trick to prevent confusion and chaos when it comes to keys. Get some nail polish (you can get a couple of bottles of Essie for about $1 each). You can also use paints that adhere to metal.

Use a different color to paint the tops of each key. All you have to do is remember what color belongs to the car key, house key, etc.

Double-Duty Decor

Certain parts of the house are desperate for organization. The two main culprits are the kitchen and bathroom. Hang shelves up in spaces that are more cluttered than others. Cabinet pantries and spice racks can help hold your clutter in the kitchen.

Use shower caddies to hold your skincare products and soaps instead of spreading them along the edges of your bathtub.

A Magnetic Tip

Placing magnets in calculated positions is a magical little trick. Put magnetized strips to the side of the stove, the fridge, or the kitchen wall, giving yourself a place to keep knives.

Stick some in your workroom to hang nails, screws, and tools. You can use them to organize your tweezers and bobby pins in the bathroom.

Plant Doctor

Are you leaving for a couple of days. Do you forget to water houseplants when you’re at home? Fill a pitcher or a pot with water. Use pieces of string to connect your plants to the container.

This will make the water flow to your plants in a subtle, steady trickle, stopping them from dying of thirst or drinking too much.

Big blow-ups of frustration in life usually happen because of all the little moments. Before the little annoyances that you face every day push you over the edge, take a look at these helpful habits.
Stop scrambling for the keys every single time you need to...

Galleries

Star Tracks: Celebs At Home

You won’t believe how our favorite stars spend their time at home! Whatever you think they do, your wrong! Check out stars at home!

Kristen Bell

Kristen Bell always knows how to make light of situations and put a smile on our faces. The actress and mom captioned this hilarious photo with the words “My new hairstylist for the #goldenglobes is not only gifted (see this photo evidence) she also wants to be paid in hugs, works out of my living room, and only pees her bed a few times a week. She’s hired!” (talking about her daughter if anyone wasn’t listening.)

Selena Gomez

Selena Gomez isn’t on social media a lot these days, but when she is she does it right! She captioned this adorable pic: “pizza, enchilada casserole,” a handful of ice cream flavors and a personal screening of I Feel Pretty.

See more stars in their home!

You won’t believe how our favorite stars spend their time at home! Whatever you think they do, your wrong! Check out stars at home!
Kristen Bell

Kristen Bell always knows how to make light of situations and put a smile on our faces. The actress and mom...