Everything coming to Amazon Prime Video in March 2023

Amazon’s Prime Video streaming service is keeping the new movies and shows coming to subscribers in March 2023. 


March 1

  • Def Comedy Jam seasons 1-7 (1992)
  • March 3
  • Daisy Jones & The Six (2023)
  • The Pimp – No F***ing Fairytale (2023)
  • March 11
  • La Guzman S1 (2019)
  • March 17
  • Angel Flight (2023)
  • Class of ‘07 (2023)
  •  Dom (2023)
  •  Swarm (2023)
  •  March 24
  • Reggie (2023)
  • March 31
  • The Power (2023)
  • Boss seasons 1-2 (2011)
    • Movies
  • March 1
  • 12 Angry Men (1957)
  • A Fish Called Wanda (1988)
  • Akeelah and The Bee (2006)
  • American Gangster (2007)
  • Barbershop (2002)
  • Barefoot in the Park (1967)
  • Being John Malkovich (1999)
  • Big Daddy (1999)
  • Capote (2006)
  • Carrie (1976)
  • Carrie (2013)
  • Cinderella Man (2005)
  • Cloverfield (2008)
  • Contraband (2012)
  • Courageous (2011)
  • Creed (2015)
  • Creed II (2018)
  • Dazed and Confused (1993)
  • Detroit (2017)
  • Duck Soup (1933)
  • Elizabeth (1999)
  • Elizabeth: The Golden Age (2007)
  • Eye for an Eye (1996)
  • Flesh and Bone (1993)
  • Good Will Hunting (1998)
  • Imagine That (2009)
  • Internal Affairs (1990)
  • Jonah: A VeggieTales Movies (2002)
  • Kevin Hart: Laugh At My Pain (2011)
  • Leaving Las Vegas (1996)
  • Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1999)
  • Lost in Translation (2003)
  • Margin Call (2011)
  • Midnight Cowboy (1969)
  • Minnie and Moskowitz (1971)
  • Nerve (2016)
  • Nowitzki: The Perfect Shot (2015)
  • Once Upon a Time in the West (1969)
  • Ordinary People (1980)
  • Paths of Glory (1957)
  • Pulp Fiction (1994)
  • RBG (2018)
  • Red River (1948)
  • Rocky (1976)
  • Rocky Balboa (2006)
  • Rocky II (1979)
  • Rocky III (1982)
  • Rocky IV (1985)
  • Rocky V (1990)
  • Sahara (2005)
  • Scent of a Woman (1993)
  • Shine A Light (2008)
  • Sterile Cuckoo (1969)
  • Street Smart (1987)
  • Super 8 (2011)
  • The Apartment (1960)
  • The Babysitter (1995)
  • The Dead Zone (1983)
  • The Defiant Ones (1958)
  • The Expendables 2 (2012)
  • The Expendables 3 (2014)
  • The Frozen Ground (2013)
  • The Hunted (2003)
  • The Hunter (1980)
  • The Last Temptation of Christ (1988)
  • The Machinist (2004)
  • The Manchurian Candidate (2004)
  • The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie (2008)
  • The Presidio (1988)
  • The Virgin Suicides (2000)
  • Unlocked (2017)
  • Vanilla Sky (2001)
  • Vanity Fair (2004)
  • VeggieTales: An Easter Carol (2004)
  • VeggieTales: Lord of the Beans (2005)
  • VeggieTales: Noah’s Ark (2017)
  • VeggieTales: ‘Twas The Night Before Easter (2011)
  • Witness For the Protection (1958)
  • Your Highness (2011)
  • March 6
  • The Magnificent Seven (2016)
  • March 7
  • Secret Headquarters (2022)
  • The Silent Twins (2022)
  • The Visitor (2022)
  • March 10
  • Jackass Forever (2022)
  • This Is Christmas (2022)
  • March 12
  • Men, Women & Children (2014)
  • March 14
  • Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris (2022)
  • March 17
  • Boy and the World (2014)
  • March 21
  • Nope (2022)
  • March 22
  • Sanandresito (2012)
  • March 24
  • Top Gun: Maverick (2022)
  • March 28
  • Big Trip 2: Special Delivery (2022)
  • March 29
  • American Renegades (2018)
  • Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017)
  • March 31
  • But I’m a Cheerleader (2000)
  • Enemies Closer (2014)
  • Siberia (2021)
  • Tyler Perry’s Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor (2013)
  • Zeros and Ones (2021)

Article by Rick Marshall for https://www.digitaltrends.com/movies/amazon-prime-video-march-2023-movies-shows/

What’s Coming to Netflix in March 2023

Welcome to your comprehensive look at what’s coming to Netflix in the United States throughout March 2023. The month will be big for Netflix as the streaming service will launch a live program for the first time in its history. 

Illustration by What’s on Netflix

Coming to Netflix in March 2023 TBD

  • I Am Georgina (Season 2) Netflix Original – Spanish reality series.

What’s Coming to Netflix on March 1st

  • Big Daddy (1999) – Adam Sandler comedy who plays the pinnacle role of his career, Scuba Steve.
  • Burlesque (2010) – Steve Antin writes and directs this musical starring Cher.
  • Cheat (Season 1) Netflix Original – British reality series hosted by Danny Dyer and Ellie Taylor seeing competitors encouraged to cheat their way to the grand prize.
  • Diary of a Prosecutor (Season 1) – Korean crime courtroom series.
  • Easy A (2010) – Emma Stone comedy about a high school student who relies on the school’s rumor mill to advance her social and financial standing.
  • Forged in Fire: Knife or Death (Season 2) – Reality competition series.
  • Gecko’s Garage – 3D (Volume 2) – Animated kids series.
  • Little Angel (Volume 2) – Animated kids series.
  • Love Destiny: The Movie (2022) – Thai romantic comedy about a timer traveler obstructing one man’s dreams of marrying a woman from another life.
  • Magic Mike XXL (2015) – Channing Tatum stars in this comedy about a stripper and the remaining Kings of Tampa hit the road to Myrtle Beach to put on one last blow-out performance.
  • National Lampoon’s Animal House (1978) – Comedy starring John Belushi.
  • Neon Lights (2022) – Indian thriller.
  • Open Season (2006) – Animated movie featuring the voices of Ashton Kutcher and Steve Martin.
  • Open Season 2 (2008)
  • Rango (2011) – Animated movie starring Johnny Depp.
  • Seven Years in Tibet (1997) – True story of Heinrich Harrer, an Austrian mountain climber who became friends with the Dalai Lama at the time of China’s takeover of Tibet. Starring Brad Pitt.
  • Sleepless in Seattle (1993) – Rom-com starring Tom Hanks about a widowed man’s son calls a radio talk-show in an attempt to find his father a partner.
  • Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron (2002) – Classic animated title.
  • The Hangover Trilogy – Todd Phillips comedy franchise starring Bradley Cooper, Ed Helms, and Zach Galifianakis.
    • The Hangover (2009) 
    • The Hangover: Part II (2011)
    • The Hangover: Part III (2013)
    • The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 (2015) – The final movie in the Lionsgate blockbuster movie franchise, The Hunger Games, sees Katniss Everdeen enter the endgame against President Snow.
    • The Other Boleyn Girl (2008) – Historical drama featuring Natalie Portman, Scarlett Johansson, and Eric Bana.
    • Tonight You’re Sleeping With Me (2023) Netflix Original – Polish book adaptation about a journalist who’s stuck in a relationship she wants to get out of and is given a chance when her ex-boyfriend arrives on the scene.
    • Wrong Side of the Tracks (Season 2) Netflix Original – Spanish drama series that sees a grandpa taking vengeance against those that did wrong to his granddaughter.
What’s Coming to Netflix on March 2nd
  • Karate Sheep (Season 1) Netflix Original – Kids’ animated series about two clever sheep who use karate and high-tech gadgets to protect their flock from a hungry wolf.
    • Masameer County (Season 2) – Animated series.
    • Monique Olivier: Accessory to Evil (Limited Series) Netflix Original – French crime docuseries looking into Michel Fourniret who is one of France’s most infamous murderers.
    • Sex/Life (Season 2) Netflix Original – New season of the romance series that’s about the love triangle between a woman, her husband, and her past.
    • Thalaikoothal (2022) – Tamil drama.
    • This Is Where I Leave You (2014) – Ensemble comedy about four brothers and sisters forced to return to their childhood home and live under the same roof for a week.
  • Framed! A Sicilian Murder Mystery (Season 2) Netflix Original – Italian comedy.
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 3rd
  • In the Name of God: A Holy Betrayal (Limited Series) Netflix Original – Korean crime docuseries looking into four Korean leaders who claimed to be prophets. Directed by Jo Seong-hyeon.
  • Love at First Kiss (2023) Netflix Original – Spanish romantic comedy movie directed by Alauda Ruiz de Azúa.
  • Next in Fashion (Season 2) Netflix Original – Competition reality series.
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 4th
  • Chris Rock: Selective Outrage (2023 – LIVE) Netflix Original – The first ever Netflix Original live production that’ll be streamed at 10 pm ET/7 pm PT.
  • Divorce Attorney Shin (Season 1 – New Episodes Weekly) Netflix Original – Korean courtroom series based on a webtoon.
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 6th
  • Ridley Jones (Season 5) Netflix Original – Kids animated series.
  • Unlock My Boss (Season 1) – Korean mystery series about a CEO of a tech firm who teams up with a young stranger to run his company and investigate his own murder.
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 7th
  • World War Z (2013) – Brad Pitt stars in this zombie epic.
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 8th
  • Faraway (2023) Netflix Original – German romantic comedy.
  • MH370: The Plane That Disappeared (2023) Netflix Original – British documentary delving into one of our greatest modern mysteries: the disappearance of Flight MH370.
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 9th
  • You (Season 4 – Part 2) Netflix Original – The second half of the latest season of Netflix’s thriller series where Joe continues his stay in London.
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 10th
  • Fujii Kaze: Love All Serve All Stadium Live (2022) – Japanese live concert.
  • Have a nice day! (2023) Netflix Original – Mexican comedy about a retired radio host now working at a grocery store.
  • Jolly Roger (2022) – Nollywood movie.
  • Luther: The Fallen Sun (2023) Netflix Original – Idris Elba returns to his role as London police detective John Luther who has to break out of prison to hunt down a serial killer.
  • Nike Training Club Specials – Netflix Originals
    • 10 Minute Workouts (Volume 2)
    • 20 Minute Workouts (Volume 2)
    • 30 Minute Workouts (Volume 2)
    • Abs & Core (Volume 1)
    • Bodyweight Burn (Volume 2)
    • Fire & Flow (2023) 
    • Fitness for Runners (2023) 
    • High-Intensity Training (Volume 2)
    • Ignite & Inspire with Kirsty Godso (2023) 
    • Kick Off with Betina Gozo (2023)
    • Lower-Body Workouts (Volume 1)
    • Upper-body Workouts (Volume 1)
    • Yoga (Volume 1)
    • Yoga with Xochilt (2023) 
  • Outlast (Season 1) Netflix Original – Survival reality series set in the extreme Alaskan wild.
  • Rana Naidu (Season 1) Netflix Original – India’s Ray Donovan adaptation.
  • The Glory (Part 2) Netflix Original – Hit Korean drama series about a woman enacting revenge.
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 14th
  • Ariyoshi Assists (Season 1) Netflix Original – Japanese variety comedy series.
  • Bert Kreischer: Razzle Dazzle (2023) Netflix Original – Stand-up comedy special.
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 15th
  • IWGP: Ikebukuro West Gate Park (Season 1) – Japanese crime series.
  • Money Shot: The PornHub Story (2023) Netflix Original – Documentary on the rise and controversies surrounding the biggest porn site in the world.
  • The Law of the Jungle (Season 1) Netflix Original – Mexican reality series where twelve athletes compete in the jungle. A spin-off to The Mole.
  • Tiger and Dragon (Season 1) – Japanese crime drama series.
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 16th
  • Barbie: Skipper and the Big Babysitting Adventure (2023) – New animated special in the Barbie universe.
  • Dragged Across Concrete (2018) – Mel Gibson and Vince Vaughn star in this thriller about two tough cops suspended and desperate for cash.
  • Kick-Ass 2 (2013) – Based on the Mark Millar comic, this action comedy sees Kick-Ass making a comeback when a new supervillain arrives on the scene. Starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson and Chloe Grace Moretz.
  • Riddick Movie Franchise: 
    • Pitch Black (2000)
    • Riddick (2013)
    • The Chronicles of Riddick (2004) 
  • Shadow and Bone (Season 2) Netflix Original – Return of Netflix’s big fantasy drama series.
  • Still Time / Era Ora (2023) Netflix Original – Italian romantic comedy.
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 17th
  • Agent Elvis (Season 1) Netflix Original – Elvis Presley trades in his white jumpsuit in this animated spy-thriller series.
  • Dance 100 (Season 1) Netflix Original – Reality competition series.
  • In His Shadow (2023) Netflix Original – French thriller.
  • Maestro in Blue (Season 1) Netflix Original – Greek crime mystery series about a musician who goes to lead a festival on a scenic island, where he begins an unexpected romance and finds himself entwined in other people’s problems.
  • Noise (2023) Netflix Original – Belgian thriller.
  • Pul Pul Molcar (Season 2) – Japanese kids series.
  • Sky High: The Series (Season 1) Netflix Original – Spanish thriller series based on the Sky High Netflix Original movie.
  • The Magician’s Elephant (2023) Netflix Original – An animated feature film based on two-time Newbery Award winner Kate DiCamillo’s novel of the same title.
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 20th
  • Carol (2015) – Romance starring Cate Blanchett.
  • Gabby’s Dollhouse (Season 7) Netflix Original – DreamWorks hybrid-animation kids series.
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 21st
  • We Lost Our Human (Season 1) Netflix Original – Interactive animated comedy adventure about two pets who wake up one day to discover that every human on Earth has disappeared!
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 22nd
  • Invisible City (Season 2) Netflix Original – Brazilian series.
  • The Kingdom / El Reino (Season 3) Netflix Original – Final season of the Spanish language crime drama.
  • Waco: American Apocalypse (Limited Series) Netflix Original – This docuseries includes never-before-seen material from the infamous 51-day standoff between federal agents and a heavily armed religious group in 1993.
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 23rd
  • Johnny (2023) Netflix Original – Polish crime drama.
  • The Night Agent (Season 1) Netflix Original – Adaptation of the novel by Matthew Quirk about a low-level FBI agent thrust into a conspiracy.
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 24th
  • Chor Nikal Ke Bhaga (2023) Netflix Original – Indian action movie.
  • Love is Blind (Season 4) Netflix Original – Latest installment of the dating reality series.
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 28th
  • InuYasha (Seasons 4-5) – Anime series.
  • Mae Martin: SAP (2023) Netflix Original – British stand-up comedy special.
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 29th
  • Emergency: NYC (2023) Netflix Original–  Documentary that follow the trauma team navigating the bustling city of New York.
  • Unseen (Season 1) Netflix Original – South African crime thriller series.
  • Wellmania (Season 1) Netflix Original – Australian comedy series about Liv who has to rethink her “live fast, die young” attitude and enrolls into a wellness journey to get better.
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 30th
  • Big Mack: Gangsters and Gold (2023) Netflix Original – German documentary about a robber who was wrong convicted – or was he?
  • From Me to You: Kimi ni Todoke (Season 1) Netflix Original – Japanese romance series.
  • Unstable (Season 1) Netflix Original – Rob Lowe comedy series about a biotech entrepreneur working to make the world a better place.
  • What’s Coming to Netflix on March 31st
  • Black Clover: Sword of the Wizard King (2023) Netflix Original – Japanese anime movie based on the popular comic. Shifted to June 2023.
  • Copycat Killer (Season 1) Netflix Original – Taiwanese crime mystery series set in 90s Taipei.
  • Diary of a Mad Black Woman (2005) – Lionsgate movie directed by Tyler Perry.
  • Henry Danger (Seasons 4-5) – Nickelodeon live-action series.
  • Kill Boksoon (2023) Netflix Original – Korean thriller about a woman who leads a double life – as a hired assassin and a single mother with a teenage girl.
  • Murder Mystery 2 (2023) Netflix Original – Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston return for the sequel to the action-comedy where they star as the Spitz and once again find themselves tied up in a conspiracy.
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (Season 2) – Nickelodeon animated series.

  • Article by Kasey Moore for whats-on-netflix.com

If Yesterday was Fat Tuesday, Today must be Ash Wednesday

So, What Is Ash Wednesday, Anyway?

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Today (sic), I’m sure you’ll notice people walking around with crosses smudged on their foreheads. Maybe you’ll think, “Oh, right. Ash Wednesday, which is…some kind of religious day.” And you’d be right—it is some kind of religious day, and if you want to know more, here are the what’s, whys, and wherefores of the Christian tradition of smearing ashes on your forehead.

What is Ash Wednesday?

Ash Wednesday has been around since at least the 11th century. It marks the beginning of the Lenten season in many Christian denominations and takes place 46 days before Easter. The concept behind Ash Wednesday is penance. It is a day to confess sins, ask forgiveness from God, and ponder the transitory nature of our physical bodies.

Ash Wednesday isn’t mentioned specifically in the Bible, but back in the early days of Christianity, egregious sinners were expected to spend the weeks preceding Easter in sackcloth and ashes, doing serious repenting so they’d be pure enough to take Easter communion. At some point, someone seems to have realized that we are all sinners, and everyone started getting ashes sprinkled or daubed on their heads.

How does Ash Wednesday work?

The specifics vary from church to church, but if you go to a Catholic mass on Ash Wednesday, the priest will usually give a sermon related to the theme of repentance, or Lent in general. Then you’ll line up to have ashes applied to your forehead. The priest will most likely say something like, “Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return,” before applying ash, typically in a cross shape, to your forehead. The ashes usually come from burned palm leaves left over from last year’s Palm Sunday observance.

Who celebrates Ash Wednesday?

Ash Wednesday is observed in all kinds of Christian denomination: Anglicans, Presbyterians, Lutherans, Methodists, Moravians, Nazarenes, and many more take part. It’s a popular day to go to mass—some priests report Ash Wednesday is the most heavily attended mass of the year, drawing more people than even Christmas or Easter.

As for why it’s so popular, your guess is as good as anyone’s. It’s not particularly vital as a religious holiday, but people like the ritual. “There’s something of a wonder about it because you’re marking yourself with the cross,” Father Anthony Arinello, a chaplain at Colorado School of Mine, opines. “Maybe it’s the humility of it; not just receiving the ashes, but receiving the little prayer we do as people receive ashes.”

Fasting on Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday is also one of two days when Catholics are expected to fast for Lent. It’s not a hardcore fast, though: You can’t eat meat (fish is OK) but you are permitted to eat one full meal, as well as two smaller meals that “together are not equal to a full meal.” 

Ash Wednesday also marks the beginning of the Lenten season, where you are expected to abstain from some small pleasure or indulgence until Easter. What you sacrifice is up to you, but it’s not fair to give up something you don’t enjoy.

Article by Stephen Johnson for Lifehacker©

Source: What Even Is Ash Wednesday, Anyway? (msn.com)

Happy Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday, February 21)

Why is it called Fat Tuesday?

The name “Fat Tuesday” refers to the practice of consuming all of the food forbidden while fasting during Lent, which begins on Ash Wednesday. Why do we celebrate Fat Tuesday? It’s called Fat Tuesday because it’s the last day that many people eat meat and fatty foods before Lent begins.


Perhaps your familiar with its’ French derivation, Mardi Gras.

While not observed nationally throughout the United States, a number of traditionally ethnic French cities and regions in the country have notable celebrations. Mardi Gras arrived in North America as a French Catholic tradition with the Le Moyne brothers, Pierre Le Moyne d’Iberville and Jean-Baptiste Le Moyne de Bienville, in the late 17th century.

The festival season varies from city to city, as some traditions, such as the one in New Orleans, Louisiana, consider Mardi Gras to stretch the entire period from Twelfth Night (the last night of Christmas which begins Epiphany) to Ash Wednesday. Others treat the final three-day period before Ash Wednesday as the Mardi Gras.

Sources: bing.com and en.wikipedia.org

On Fat Tuesday it’s eat drink and be merry for the next day we fast! (If Catholic).

Miami to Key West Road Trip: 22 Awesome Activities You Need to Do

Stop #1: Miami Beach

Because Miami Beach is such an iconic beach in Florida – and the USA – we’re going to start this road trip there! Now you could probably spend an entire week just exploring the Miami Beach area, because there’s so much to do. Hang out at South Beach, the Art Deco Historic District or the popular Ocean Drive.

Must-see during every Florida road trip: Everglades National Park

On your way from Miami to Key West, you will pass little Florida City – this town is a starting point to the south/main entrance of Everglades National Park. If you can book 2 hours of your travel time, it’s an excellent idea to visit at least Anhinga Trail and observe some fantastic birds and alligators.

Actually, it’s the easiest way and the best place to see Everglades wildlife in their natural habitat on your Miami to Key West Road trip, so don’t waste this opportunity.

Stop for water activities at Key Largo

Key Largo is the first town on the Florida Keys you reach while driving to Key West. Highway 1 enters halfway down this 33-mile long island after it leaves the mainland of Florida.

Money conscious tourists can find great values in Key Largo. Everything from gas to groceries to overnight accommodations costs less there than they do in Key West. 

Key Largo is where the Highway 1 drive starts to become truly beautiful.

This island is more than a pit stop to gas and go. There are sights you’ll only see in Key Largo. Scuba divers flock to the Keys, and they’ll certainly want to stop at John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park to see the underwater sculpture Christ of The Abyss. Even non-divers will enjoy this History of Diving Museum!

OK, that’s 3. 19 more things to do await you by clicking the link below.

Miami to Key West Road Trip: 22 Awesome Activities You Need to Do (shesavesshetravels.com)

If You Use LastPass, Change All of Your Passwords ASAP

On Dec. 22, LastPass CEO Karim Toubba acknowledged in a blog post that a security incident the company first disclosed in August eventually paved the way for an “unauthorized party” to steal customer account information and sensitive vault data. The breach is the latest in a lengthy and troubling string of security incidents involving LastPass, which date back to 2011. 

It’s also the most alarming.

The unauthorized party was able to gain access to unencrypted customer account information like LastPass usernames, company names, billing addresses, email addresses, phone numbers and IP addresses, according to Toubba. That same unauthorized party was also able to steal customer vault data, which includes unencrypted data like website URLs as well as encrypted data like the usernames and passwords for all the sites that LastPass users have stored in their vaults.

If you’re a LastPass subscriber, the severity of this breach should have you looking for a different password manager, because your passwords and personal data are at serious risk of being exposed.

What should LastPass subscribers do?

The company didn’t specify how many users were affected by the breach, and LastPass didn’t respond to CNET’s request for additional comment on the breach. But if you’re a LastPass subscriber, you need to operate under the assumption that your user and vault data are in the hands of an unauthorized party with ill intentions. Though the most sensitive data is encrypted, the problem is that the threat actor can run “brute force” attacks on those stolen local files. LastPass estimates it would take “millions of years” to guess your master password — if you’ve followed its best practices.

If you haven’t — or if you just want total peace of mind — you’ll need to spend some serious time and effort changing your individual passwords. And while you’re doing that, you’ll probably want to transition away from LastPass, too.

With that in mind, here’s what you need to do right now if you’re a LastPass subscriber:

1. Find a new password manager. Given LastPass’ history with security incidents and considering the severity of this latest breach, now’s a better time than ever to seek an alternative.

2. Change your most important site-level passwords immediately. This includes passwords for anything like online banking, financial records, internal company logins and medical information. Make sure these new passwords are strong and unique.

3. Change every single one of your other online passwords. It’s a good idea to change your passwords in order of importance here too. Start with changing the passwords to accounts like email and social media profiles, then you can start moving backward to other accounts that may not be as critical.

4. Enable two-factor authentication wherever possible. Once you’ve changed your passwords, make sure to enable 2FA on any online account that offers it. This will give you an added layer of protection by alerting you and requiring you to authorize each login attempt. That means even if someone ends up obtaining your new password, they shouldn’t be able to gain access to a given site without your secondary authenticating device (typically your phone).

5. Change your master password. Though this doesn’t change the threat level to the stolen vaults, it’s still prudent to help mitigate the threats of any potential future attack — that is, if you decide you want to stay with LastPass.

Article and photo by: CNET: Product reviews, advice, how-tos and the latest news


Today’s Sagittarius Horoscope

I wanted to check in with my people about today’s horoscope because it seems that I am teetering. Check it out:

“You may find yourself teetering between the real world and a fanciful one. More than likely, the fantasy world is the one that wins out, but this doesn’t mean that you should completely lose all touch with reality. If anyone can bridge these two worlds, it is you. More than likely, you will find yourself drawn to the medium that acts as a wonderful bridge between the two~ art. Indeed, your creative juices are gushing forth like a huge waterfall.”

Well, I love music. but have never dabbled in art. I enjoy writing and I think it might be a more appropriate venue for me to pursue in terms of creative writing.

So, what do you think?

Sorry. Source: my.astrofame.com

Holidays and Observances to Celebrate in February

February 13

  • Clean Out Your Computer Day (second Monday in February)
  • Desperation Day
  • Dream Your Sweet Day
  • Employee Legal Awareness Day
  • Galentine’s Day
  • International Epilepsy Day (second Monday in February)
  • International Natural Day
  • Kiss Day
  • National Break Up With Your Carrier Day
  • National Cheddar Day
  • National Football Hangover Day (day after Super Bowl)
  • National Internet Friends Day
  • National Tortellini Day
  • National Wingman’s Day
  • Oatmeal Monday (second Monday in February)
  • Self-Love Day
  • World Radio Day

February 14

  • Extraterrestrial Visitor Day
  • Frederick Douglass Day
  • International Book Giving Day
  • League of Women Voters Day
  • Library Lovers Day
  • National Call in Single Day
  • National Condom Awareness Day
  • National Creme-Filled Chocolates Day
  • National Donor Day
  • National Ferris Wheel Day
  • National Have a Heart Day
  • National Women’s Heart Day
  • Pet Theft Awareness Day
  • Read to Your Child Day
  • Safer Internet Day (second Tuesday in February)
  • Singles Awareness Day/Singles Appreciation Day
  • Valentine’s Day
  • World Cholangiocarcinoma Day
  • World Congenital Heart Defect Awareness Day
  • World Sound Healing Day

February 15

  • International Angelman Day
  • International Childhood Cancer Awareness Day
  • Love Reset Day
  • National Gumdrop Day
  • National Hippo Day
  • National I Want Butterscotch Day
  • Remember the U.S.S. Maine Day
  • Susan B. Anthony Day

February 16

  • Do a Grouch a Favor Day
  • Fat Thursday
  • Innovation Day
  • National Almond Day

February 17

  • National Cabbage Day
  • National Cafe Au Lait Day
  • National Caregivers Day (third Friday in February)
  • National Indian Pudding Day
  • National PTA Founders Day
  • Random Acts of Kindness Day
  • Who Shall I Be Day
  • World Human Spirit Day

February 18

  • Drink Wine Day
  • National Battery Day
  • Pluto Day
  • Thumb Appreciation Day
  • World Whale Day (third Saturday in February)

February 19

  • Coast Guard Reserves Birthday
  • International Tug-of-War Day
  • Iwo Jima Day
  • National Chocolate Mint Day
  • National Lashes Day
  • Prevent Plagiarism Day
  • Vet Girls RISE Day

Source: https://parade.com/living/february-holidays-observances

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