Lyndsey Matthews

Lifestyle Editor

Lyndsey Matthews is the Lifestyle Editor at Hearst Digital Media. Previously she was a digital editor at Martha Stewart Weddings and Travel + Leisure.

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You Can Now Stay In The Suite Where John Lennon And Yoko Ono's 'Bed-In for Peace' Protest Happened
It's also where "Give Peace a Chance" was recorded
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Gordon Ramsay To Star In A Documentary About The Colombian Drug Trade
He was spotted "on location" in London
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Disney Is Opening A 'Star Wars' Hotel, And It Looks Scarily Like 'Westworld'
Hopefully this will go a little bit better
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Watch This AirAsia Flight Violently Shake Midair
The pilot asked passengers to "pray" twice
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A Game Of Thrones-Themed Bar Just Opened (Albeit With A No Sword Policy)
Throw back a Dothraquiri while you wait for season seven to start
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Why Seinfeld Won't Let His Kids Watch The Kardashians
He really, really hates reality TV
Basketball shoes made out of sushi
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This Sushi Chef Creates Edible Trainer Art
From Air Jordans to Adidas NMDs
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Here's Why You Should Try Adding Salt To Your Coffee
Hear us out
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This Dad Uses His Twins To Freak Out Hotel Guests
Straight out of The Shining
Westgate Park pink lake in Melbourne, Australia
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Why An Entire Lake Just Turned Pink
But please don't go swimming in it.
Malta's Azure Window
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Malta's Iconic Azure Window Just Collapsed Into the Sea
People around the world are mourning the loss of this natural beauty
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The Terrifying Reason Why You Should Never Charge Your Phone In A Public Socket
You're better off with a dead handset
Most amazing places in the world to add to your travel bucket list.
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The 22 Most Beautiful Places In The World
The greatest places on the globe to feast your eye / Instagram upon
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This 'Medium Rare' Chicken Recipe Is Hilariously Disgusting
Please, please, don't do this
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Instagram's Newest Feature Is A Blessing From The Memory Gods
Gone are the days of your camera roll full of screen shots.
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11 Of The Most Breathtaking Travel Photos Of The Year
Prepare to get a serious case of wanderlust
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The Australian Coast Is Even More Incredible from a Drone's-Eye View
This 20-year-old has a gift for photography.
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19 Eerie Photos Of America's Abandoned Theatres
Show's over
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This Boeing 787 Was Converted Into A Luxurious (And Massive) Private Jet
Here, take a look for yourself.
In order to hide his Polio from the public, Franklin D. Roosevelt arrived in New York via a secret extension of Grand Central Terminal underneath the Waldorf Astoria hotel. His abandoned train car—which is still there today—transported the president and his limousine directly up into the hotel's garage so he could come and go unnoticed.
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17 Photos Of The Most Eerie Abandoned Sites In The World
And in some cases, actually haunted
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