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"Leave Yourself Wanting More"

You might like to push yourself in different aspects of your life, but sometimes less really is more. Whether it's exercise, work, or just a nice place to eat, you might be a much happier person if you always leave yourself wanting to come back to things later. Read more...

How to Improve Your Running After a Bad Marathon

The marathon is a fickle beast: at 26.2 miles, the potential for bad luck is huge. That uncharted territory can bring all sorts of unforeseen issues, reducing your goal pace to a shuffle or worse, but it's from these problems that you learn to improve. Read more...

Discuss Your Intent Before Content When Disagreeing with Your Boss

Disagreeing with you boss is difficult territory to wander through. To keep things civil, Harvard Business Review suggests you frame your intent as a mutual goal before you get into the details. Read more...

Amazon's Unlimited Everything Plan Makes Cloud Storage Super Cheap

Amazon launched a couple of new plans for its Amazon Cloud Drive service today and both are a pretty good deal compared to other services. If you already have a Prime membership, you can get unlimited photo storage for free, or if you want to upgrade, you can get unlimited storage for just $59.99/year. Read more...

Tightly Roll Pillows and Secure them with Rubber Bands Before Washing

Your pillow is probably disgusting, which means it's time to give it a good washing. To do so, Apartment Therapy suggests rolling it up tight and securing it a rubber band. Read more...

We constantly get our hopes up for upcoming movies... and then they let us down.

We constantly get our hopes up for upcoming movies... and then they let us down. It's easy to get sucked into the hype cycle, as people talk up their projects — but sometimes, you can tell just from the way people talk about a film that it's probably not going to work. Here are eight key phrases that usually indicate danger. [io9 ] Read more...

?Turn Your Favorite Drinking Game Into a TV-Driven Workout

Having a TV in the gym can be a welcome distraction, but what if your TV show is the workout? In the style of drinking games, you can do exercises based on what you see on the screen. You can invent your own or use one of these, already created for things like Doctor Who, football games, or Game of Thrones. Read more...

Hyperpolyglot Is a Side-by-Side Reference Sheet for Programming

Once you've learned one programming language or programming tool, it's pretty easy to get into another similar one. Sometimes, though, the fine differences are hard to remember. Hyperpolyglot is an awesome tool for looking up the differences and similarities between programming languages and tools. Read more...

Google's Data Saver for Chrome Optimizes Web Pages to Use Less Data

Google's new Data Saver extension for Chrome helps you reduce data usage by compressing the pages you visit. It could come in handy if you sometimes go online from your laptop via a mobile hotspot or your smartphone. Read more...

Ask How to Contribute to the Company's Mission During a Job Interview 

You want to stand out at a job interview. The goal is to show a potential employer that, not only can you get the job done, you’re also the best candidate. One way to assert your work ethic is to ask how your work will contribute to the company’s mission. Read more...

The Ultimate Guide to Retailers That Offer Free In-Store Pickup

Shopping online is convenient, but between shipping costs and shipping times, it isn't always ideal. In-store pickup solves both problems: you order it at home, avoid shipping costs, and get your item in minutes without looking through the store. Here are the retailers leading the charge. Read more...

Avoid Impulse Spending With a Big, Ongoing List of Fun Projects

It’s easy to spend money when you have some time to yourself. You open the old laptop, browse for a bit, and suddenly, a box of Amazon goodies should be here by tomorrow. To combat boredom spending, keep yourself busy with an ongoing list of fun projects. Read more...

How to Choose the Right Lawn Mower for Your Yard

Spring is officially here, which means your lawn needs some tending to. If you're confused about what type of mower you need or you're just looking to justify the cost of upgrading, read on. Read more...

Assign Small Tasks to Your “Schedule Gaps” Each Morning

We all have small gaps of time in our schedule throughout the day. That time adds up. You want to use those gaps wisely so your time doesn’t go to waste. One option is to assign small tasks to them every morning. Read more...

What I've Learned Returning to the Dating Pool in My 30s

Dating has always been an odd experience. There are rules, but nobody knows them. There are special codes, but nobody has a cipher. Yet, somehow, unless you're in your 20s, things are weirder than they've ever been. Read more...

Revive Hardened Brown Sugar (and Keep It Soft) with a Slice of Bread

Have you ever gone to scoop some brown sugar just to find that it's super lumpy or hard as a rock? You can keep that from happening with just a slice of bread. Read more...

Check If Your Destination Requires Blank Passport Pages Before Booking

Besides making sure your passport is valid for at least six months before traveling internationally, make sure it's not too full. Some countries require you have several blank pages before you leave home. Read more...

How to Freeze Vegetables For Maximum Freshness

Like pot roast and Justin Bieber, frozen vegetables need an image makeover. They've gotten a bad rap, but in reality, freezing your vegetables is an affordable way to access your favorite produce all year long, and in some cases, they retain nutrients even better than their fresh counterparts. Show More Summary

The "Free" Foods You Can Eat to Stay Full on a Diet

Almost all foods contain calories, but some foods have so few that they aren't worth really counting. These are frequently called "free foods." If you're on a diet and want a snack, here are a list of those "free foods" that you can eat in moderation without tracking. Read more...

Give Your Vacuum Cleaner a Spring Cleaning

It's surprising how many people will just toss their old vacuum when it loses suction power. Chances are all it needs is a good cleaning, and this video shows you how to do it. Read more...

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