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Kourtney Kardashian Transforms Into a Real-Life Bond Girl During a Miami Beach Trip

We might be kicking off Fall by sipping on pumpkin spice lattes and pretending it’s finally cold enough to wear a scarf, but Kourtney Kardashian is ignoring the end of Summer entirely. The eldest Kardashian sister soaked up the sun during a beach outing in Miami on Wednesday, where she hit the sand and the surf with Scott Disick, their three adorable children, and sister Khloé. Rocking some futuristic sunglasses and a low-cut, bright yellow bathing suit, the Cosmopolitan cover star, 37, looked out-of-this-world stunning, as usual. The next day, Kourtney switched out the beach for the pool, where she relaxed with Scott and Kardashian family friend Jonathan Cheban while Mason and Penelope played in the water. She also traded in her yellow one-piece for an olive green House of CB suit that cranked her sex appeal up a few notches thanks to its strappy, revealing cutouts.

This vacation comes only a few days after Kourtney’s whirlwind tour of Europe with mom Kris Jenner, where Kourtney got cheeky in a funny one-piece with Khloé’s name on it and enjoyed a yacht cruise around the South of France. In other words: she’s basically been on vacation for all of September. For some reason, our lattes are looking way less appetizing all of a sudden . . .

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This plugin for Chrome will shame you into ditching your Facebook habit

How often in a day do you find yourself mindlessly scrolling on Facebook when you could be doing something more productive, like work or sleeping? What exactly is it that we are all so enthralled by? Or is it just a habit we can’t seem to break. Some research even suggests that Facebook addictions trigger the same part of our brains as cocaine. So how do you break the habit? Well, have you ever thought about asking yourself why you open Facebook as often as you do? It’s a good idea and luckily, that’s exactly what the Focusbook Chrome plugin does.…

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