Lifestyle

A Statement, Not a Trend: These Celebrities are Addressing Body Positivity in Brave and Bold Strives

January 27, 2022

Flaunt the folds and cheer on the cellulite, your body is beautiful with every wrinkle and curve! Finally and thankfully, your favorite singers, athletes, and icons are putting an end to body shaming and speaking out on embracing all that comes with every inch of your body.

read more
Lifestyle

Bringing the Great Outdoors Into the Workplace: The Office Space With Over 1,000 Plants

January 27, 2022

A co-working space in the capital of Portugal is challenging the way offices are designed. Architectural firm Salgascano came up with the idea of filling the workplace with over 1,000 plants, in order to enhance people’s quality of life significantly. The result is a tropical eyeful that brings to mind an Amazonian jungle. The natural surroundings give this workplace an inspiring and contemporary feel, while also adding splashes of color and texture to an otherwise fairly blank slate. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the benefits.

read more
Lifestyle

25+ Foods You Definitely Shouldn’t Be Storing in the Refrigerator

January 25, 2022

Although you might think you know what food should be kept in a refrigerator, you might want to think again. Every single food item on this planet has its own criteria when it comes to its storage, and if you don’t follow the rules exactly, you may expose yourself and your family to dangerous bacteria that could seriously impact your health. Thankfully, we’ve done all of the hard work for you and compiled a list of the foods you definitely shouldn’t be storing in your refrigerator.

read more
History

A Bermuda Triangle Mystery: The Cargo Ship That Disappeared Almost a Century Ago Has Finally Been Discovered

January 19, 2022

One of Bermuda’s very first tragedies to occur was when this ship called the SS Cotopaxi mysteriously disappeared with all its crew members aboard. However, 95 years later, it was surprisingly found floating around Cuba. On November 29, 1925, the Cotopaxi left the port in Charleston, South Carolina, heading for Cuba with a large cargo containing coal. But she sadly never arrived. The last messages received from their ship were wireless distress signals on December 1, 1925, two days after leaving Charleston.

read more
Art & Fashion

The Peacock Chair: How the Unlikeliest of Props Became a Pop Culture Statement

January 19, 2022

The peacock chair has taken its seat in history, the wicker style furniture was popular during the Victorian era, and has been around for thousands of years. So how did this unlikely pop culture prop start becoming the ultimate fashion accessory for high society people and celebrities alike?

read more
Entertainment

That Time Harrison Ford Was a Roadie For The Doors

December 29, 2021

When you’re a seasoned Hollywood star like Harrison Ford, it’s safe to say that every aspect of your life has been obsessively documented and captured by the media. So, just when we thought we knew everything about the Hollywood icon and his meteoric rise to fame, we’ve stumbled on some rare footage that challenged everything. In this rare clip from the ’80s, Harrison talked about the time he was once a roadie for the Doors, and we’re still trying to wrap our heads around it all.

read more
Entertainment

These Country Singers’ Wives Aren’t the Perfect Southern Belles They Pretend To Be

December 29, 2021

Pop culture has given us a variety of wives. Look to any sport or any music genre and you’ll be sure to see a pattern: everyone has a type. From groupies to baby mamas, every guy across the entertainment industry has a sweet spot for a girl who loves to start some drama.

read more
History

Packers vs. Chiefs 1967: the First Super Bowl In History

December 20, 2021

Super Bowl LIV was an absolute blast. With no shortage of white-knuckle moments and reversals of fortune, it had us clenching our seats the whole time. The halftime show was also amazing. J.Lo and Shakira really tackled it beautifully. But the Super Bowl, the biggest sporting event in the US, wasn’t always this huge. Join us for a flashback to 1967 to see what the first Super Bowl in history looked like.

read more
Entertainment

When Harry Met Sally: A Love Story That Taught Us Anything Is Possible

December 14, 2021

When Harry Met Sally is one of the most iconic romantic comedies of the 1980s. This love story taught us a thing or two about men and women maintaining a friendship without any expectations. Meg Ryan and Billy Crystal come together to celebrate the film’s 30 year debut. Popular Everything takes a look at why this monumental movie makes us believe in true love.

read more

© 2022 The Tea Chat.