Reclaimed or salvaged lumber has been all the rage for years now, but sometimes architects, designers, and homeowners are looking for an option that's a little more streamlined and easy to work with. That's where Timeline comes in. This brilliant option can be used for all sorts of home applications, from your floor to your ceiling and more, and offers the same color depth and texture that reclaimed wood does, but avoiding all the problems that are often associated with working with reclaimed lumber. And it's also a great eco option. How does Timeline do it all? Keep clicking to find out and get inspired.
Mark Zuckerberg introduced Timeline, which puts all of your activity in chronological order in a visually pleasing way, during the F8 conference earlier this year. Almost like a personal webpage for Facebook, this timeline beautifully shows off your large photos, status updates, and activity, but there's also a space for your favorite apps and a big profile photo up top. Privacy is top of mind on Timeline as well, as you're able to set the privacy access for every piece of content on your timeline. Take a quick look at each section of Timeline here.
Mark Zuckerberg introduced Timeline earlier today at the F8 keynote, and the company has released a supplemental demo video of what it looks like to use. Check it out below!
Timeline may be the big attention-grabber at today's F8 keynote, but there's something else that users will love — a new Activity Log that gives you an overview of all your Facebook activity since the day you joined and allows you to manage privacy on all of your posts, as well as add or subtract items from your Timeline.
According to a recent article in the Los Angeles Times, times are changing for aging women. Not only is their age creeping up on them, but the desire to have kids is, too.
In this day and age, with better education and career opportunities for women, it's easier to delay pregnancy, sometimes without realizing it. While I'm all for women holding their careers near and dear to their hearts, putting off motherhood may not be the right decision. According to Dr. Ingrid A. Rodi, a Santa Monica fertility specialist, it's best to get pregnancy rolling when you reach your 30s, since women begin to have fertility problems about 10 to 15 years before experiencing menopause, which typically happens around 50 or 52. Older mothers are also more likely to develop high-blood pressure and gestational diabetes, and they have a higher risk of giving birth to a premature and low-birth-weight baby.
Even though we see celebrities having babies later in life (Marcia Cross, Geena Davis, and Nancy Grace to name a few), it can be harder and more dangerous than we may think, especially if assisted reproduction is used.
Dear's Advice: Although this article may alarm you, be sure you're emotionally and financially ready before jumping on the baby bandwagon.