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SoloLearn Teaches Coding Basics In Bite-Sized Lessons Every Day

Android/iOS/Windows/Web: Learning how to code is normally a time-consuming process. SoloLearn aims to make it easier by breaking down programming concepts into quick, digestible daily lessons. Read more...

This Video Teaches You How to Overcome Being Nervous

When you’re about to give a presentation or have a difficult conversation, your body might respond in the least helpful way ever: by getting nervous. This video offers a ton of helpful tips on how to deal with a nervous response. Read more...

How to Shop Safely and Save More Money at the Dollar Store

Dollar stores are cheap, but it’s easier to waste money there than you think. Without a keen eye, you’ll end up with damaged goods, nasty food, and last dibs on the best merch. Every dollar store is different, but these strategies will save you money and keep you safe. Read more...

The Writer's Essentials Bag

Simplicity is all you really need in a bag, and reader Crystal C’s is a great example of that. Packed with just her essentials for writing, it’s clean and light. Read more...

There's No Such Thing as "Negative Calorie Foods"

You’ve probably been told at some point that eating celery actually burns more calories than it contains. While celery is low in calories and makes for a refreshing snack, there are no foods out there that count as negative calories. Read more...

Revive Old Corn Tortillas with a Cold Water Dip Before Reheating

Corn tortillas are delicious, but if yours are a little stale, revive them with a quick dip in cold water before reheating them in a skillet or wok . They come back to life in seconds, and you get warm, fluffy tortillas perfect for wrapping or filling. Read more...

Remains of the Day: Hulu Reportedly Developing Internet TV Service

You can luckily find pretty much any show online these days, between Hulu, Netflix, Amazon, and others, but some people still itch for the uninterrupted feed of a television channel. Soon enough you might add another subscription to your video roster, as Hulu is exploring a new service with live TV streams. Read more...

The Rock Clock Alarm App Keeps You Motivated and Ditches the Snooze Button

Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, the pro wrestler turned actor, released a motivational alarm clock app on iOS and Android today. Do you smell what The Rock is clockin’? Read more...

Keep Mushrooms Fresh Longer by Storing Them In an Open Paper Bag

For most of us, the process of keeping food fresh in the fridge usually involves plastic bags, plastic wrap, and or a sealable plastic container. That’s actually a bad idea when it comes to mushrooms. Read more...

Spruce Up Your Home Gym With Mirrors and Good Lighting

Your home gym might be in the corner of a boring area of your house, but it doesn’t have to feel like it is. Creative use of mirrors, lighting, and dividers can make your workout spot a pleasant and interesting place to be. Read mor...

Google Keyboard Now Has a One-Handed Mode

Android: Google’s rolling out an update for Google Keyboard today that includes a new one-handed typing mode alongside a handful of other new features. Read more...

Adequate Man The Rock’s New Motivational Phone App Is Terrifying | Jezebel Study: Former Biggest Los

Adequate Man The Rock’s New Motivational Phone App Is Terrifying | Jezebel Study: Former Biggest Loser Contestants’ Metabolisms Are Wrecked, Leading to Weight Gain | Sploid When Will the Marvel Cinematic Universe End? | Gawker Emergency Parental Alert: Conservative Men Are Hanging Out in the Women’s Bathroom at Target | Read more...

A Butcher’s Six Secrets for Saving Money on Meat

When I think about thrift and meat—specifically in the U.S., but increasingly in areas like Europe—the first thing that comes to mind is the devotion folks have to tenderness. This tends to be the Holy Grail quality people look for in meat. To me, this is a backwards approach to quantifying the quality of meat. Read more...

Ask an Expert: All About Password Security and Internet Safety

We all know that our passwords should be long, complicated, and practically impossible to remember, but many of us still ignore those rules for the sake of convenience. How important is password security? Are brute-force attacks that prey on weak passwords really a threat? Read more...

Citra Emulates 3DS Games In Full HD

Windows/Mac/Linux: The Nintendo 3DS is a great little system , but with a maximum resolution of 400 x 240, it’s not exactly a looker. Citra is an emulator that’s still very early in development, but features a way to upscale 3DS games to 1600 x 900. Read more...

Cheaper Versions of Popular Vacation Spots

There are so many stunning places to see in the world, but some of them are really expensive to visit. While no destination is quite the same, Cheap Tickets rounded up some cheaper alternatives to popular (but expensive) vacation spots. Read more...

The Risks Associated With Refinancing Your Student Loan

Student loan refinancing can help you save money on interest, but it’s not always ideal. In deciding whether or not it’s a good option, it helps to know the risks associated with refinancing. Student Loan Hero runs down some of these risks. Read more...

10 Things You Should Do Before You Start Investing

People often get excited about the possibility of getting a nice return on their money through investing, so as soon as they have a little bit of cash in hand, they’re ready to invest. They want to make their money work for them, and that’s completely understandable. But not everyone is ready to jump in. Read more...

The Stores With The Best Return Policies

Most major retailers will let you return items as long as you have a receipt , but some policies are especially customer-friendly. Money Talks News reports on the stores with the best return policies. Read more...

The Best Things to Buy at the Dollar Store

Dollar stores are a minefield of cheap junk and questionable food, but there are also some great deals on stuff you use every day. If you know what to look for and what to avoid, you can make the dollar store the first stop in your grocery shopping quest and get the most bang for your pennies. Read more...

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