Tuesday Randoms-Bug Bite Tips, Hairy Chest Swimsuits are In & More

  • Your summer just got a lot … hairier? Clothing manufacturer Beloved Shirts has created a woman’s one-piece swimsuit that looks like a man’s hairy chest. No joke.  The Sexy Chest One Piece Swimsuit comes in natural, tan, and dark, and for just $44.95 you can disturb everyone at the beach and become an Instagram sensation. #SMH. (Glamour)      
  • Eating alone? You should do it in front of a mirror. No, really. A Japanese study has revealed that if you’re dining solo, watching yourself eat can make your food more appealing and your meal more satisfying. (Nagoya University)     
  • Are first-borns more successful? According to a new study, first-born sons are 24% more likely to work in executive positions than second-born siblings, and 28% more likely than third-born siblings. Younger siblings, on the other hand, are more likely to be self-employed. According to the research, the eldest children in the family are also more emotionally stable, outgoing, persistent, and responsible than their younger siblings. (NY Post)     
  • Here’s a summer tip … If you get mosquito bites this summer (and who doesn’t?) a quick and cheap way to heal them is with Vick’s VapoRub. Yep, the stuff you rub on your chest when you have a cold and are congested will stop your bites from itching and make the bumps go away. Three of the main ingredients in the rub – menthol, camphor, and thymol – instantly cool the itch and nutmeg oil soothes the inflammation and redness. Aside from smelling like a cough drop, this $5 remedy is awesome. (Pop Sugar)     
  • So guess where women are actually making more than men? Instagram influence. A UK study found that female Instagram celebs are making 35% more than their male peers because of better-paying sponsors and branding. (She Knows)     
  • Hold back on the 10-dollar words when you’re trying to impress someone – especially in a resume or cover letter. According to a new study, using unnecessarily long or flowery words won't make people think you’re smart … it just turns them off. (Reader’s Digest

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