Not much beats Netflix and a warm blanket on a chilly day, but holing up indoors can have consequences. “In the winter, a lot of people do start to feel depressed,” says Garber. “Getting outside in the cold weather helps people feel better.” Daylight is ideal, as sunshine boosts mood and levels of depression fighting vitamin D, but some studies suggest that even going outside in the dark can shift your negative outlook, Garber says.
“You could say Dana’s my oldest friend being that we met each other in the hospital after just being born a day apart,” she said. “She’s always been creative and dedicated. I remember a time in elementary school making very basic tie dye shirts in her mom’s kitchen, so it’s thrilling to see how Love Dyes has taken off.
Designer Anna Sheffield has teamed up with the company to design a limited edition collection of decorated tokens for the slots of the women’s shoes. Daytime tokens ($45) have a bronze finish and the ones for evening ($65) have a shiny silver finish adorned with Swarvski crystals. Even if you don’t buy new shoes, these lucky charms will give the shoes in your closet a new look..
These days, gaming industry observers are doing their own eyeballing of what’s been happening at the Palms. It was reported June 19 that the Maloof family now owns just two percent of the resort it opened in November 2001. The Maloofs are restructuring $400 million in debt after an ownership shuffle that turns majority ownership of the hotel over to investment firms TPG Capital and Leonard Green and Partners.Those firms own 49 percent of the Palms, each, in exchange for assuming that $400 million debt (the Maloofs are still responsible for the reported $20 million debt at Palms Place condo towers).
“I could see him keeping the lead among baseball players for maybe five years.”Related: Jeter launches his own line of booksNike (NKE) is likely to keep some kind of business relationship with Jeter even if it’s not using him in ads very much going forward said Delzell.Baseball, with an older fan base, less popularity than football and less global appeal than basketball or golf, does not produce many big endorsement deals for its players.Related: The Fortunate 50 The richest athletesMany of the best players in the game, such as the Tigers’ Miguel Cabrera, bring in well less than $1 million a year in endorsements. Jeter badly trails the $39 million that NBA star LeBron James receives annually, or the $33 million that Tiger Woods still gets despite his troubles both on and off the golf course in recent years.But Jeter’s popularity and his very clean image will continue to make him very attractive to advertisers.Related: LeBron will never be an endorsement star like JordanStill, he might lose some of his deals, like Pepsico’s (PEP) Gatorade.”Gatorade is about performance,” said Bob Dorfman, editor of the Sports Marketers Scouting Report. “If he’s not out performing you’re not going to see Gatorade using him.”Manning’s Millions: On and off the fieldBut he could pick up some new endorsement deals in retirement, according to David Carter, executive director of USC’s Sports Business Institute.”He’s one of the personal brands that will maintain over time.