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Normal Finds the Battery Hogs on Your iPhone

iOS: If your iPhone battery can't quite make it through the day, your apps may be draining your phone. Normal finds those apps sucking down your battery and makes suggestions on how to resolve it. Read more...

Know Your Compensation Rights on Major AIrlines

We've all been on flights where something has gone wrong, and it's hard to remember what airlines are required to give in the way of compensation. Tourist Meets Traveler has a handy online guide covering what you can expect from domestic carriers. Read more...

TimeDoser Is a Pomodoro Timer for Chrome

Chrome: The Pomodoro technique is a great way to keep yourself on task, and if you spend a lot of time in Chrome, Time Doser is a great app to help you along. Read more...

Top 10 Tricks for Shopping at Amazon

We love Amazon for its convenience, variety, and prices. We also love tricks and tips that help us save money and reap more benefits when shopping the mega online store. Here are ten of our favorite Amazon tricks. Read more...

Know Which Fish Are Low in Mercury With This Chart

Many of us want to eat more fish, but we're worried about too much mercury. While all of us should be concerned, women who are pregnant or nursing need to pay special attention. A handy chart from Consumer Reports ranks fish by amount of risk in each species. Read more...

Better Yourself by Understanding Why You Don't Like Certain People

Try as we might, there's always somebody either at work or in our personal life that we just don't care for. By identifying their main quality that puts you off, you can use it as an opportunity to make yourself better. Read more...

Make Perfect Crispy Onion Rings with Instant Mashed Potatoes

Onion rings are a tasty snack—and aren't too hard to make—but getting the right crunch is tough. Instant mashed potato flakes are the secret ingredient. Read more...

Approach New Habits with Curiosity, Not Fantasies

When you try to form a new habit, it's easy to slip into thoughts of how much better everything will be when you lock it down. Instead of getting caught up n the fantasy, let the curiosity of how changing feels motivate you. Read more...

Teach Others What You Know to Make Connections and Learn More

By teaching what you already know about your profession or hobby, you'll learn more, potentially gain some notoriety as an up-and-coming expert, make new connections with people, and find new opportunities. And you'll have some fun. Read more...

The Dos and Don'ts of Making Excuses at Work

Most bosses just plain don't want to hear excuses at all, but even still, there are some time you don't get a choice. The Wall Street Journal breaks down the dos and don't for those moments. Read more...

Launcher Puts Your Favorite Apps and Contacts In Notification Center

iOS: iOS 8's new widgets and extensions are a great way to spruce up your Notification Center. Launcher takes advantage of the new feature in iOS 8 and gives you a speed dial to your apps and contacts right in the Notification Center. Read more...

Cold Brew Your Own Cheaper and Better Tasting Coffee Liqueur

Infuse liquor with coffee and you'll get a strong coffee brew with a big kick. Instead of brewing the coffee hot and combining it with the alcohol, try a lazier cold brew method for a smoother, sweeter coffee liqueur. Read more...

This Week's Most Popular Posts: September 19th to 26th

This week we followed our passions, learned the warning signs for a heart attack, decided what to splurge on, and checked our computers for Shellshock. Here's a look back. Read more...

Get Free Entry to 1,500+ Museums This Saturday

Each year, over 1,500 museums nationwide offer free entry for a day. In 2014, that day is this Saturday, September 27th—tomorrow! Read more...

This Video Shows How to Start Teaching Your Kids to Meditate

Meditation could be considered your brain's scheduled maintenance. It's not just for adults, either. Read more...

The Case for Staying Home from Work

We've all been there. We head to work even though we're under the weather. It's such a big problem that it's gotten a name — "presenteeism" — and it's costing companies billions of dollars. Here's why you should just stay home when you're ill, and why it's in your boss's best interest. Read more...

?Stop Making Excuses for Your Partner--It's Killing Your Relationship

We rationalize away what's bothering us when we want a relationship to work. But weblog Her Campus says that chances are, the things we rationalize are the biggest problems that can hurt our relationships in the end. Read more...

How to Stop Over-Analyzing Every Conversation

During every conversation I have, I analyze everything about the other person. I'm looking at their eyes, watching body language, and listening for different keywords. I'm reading between the lines with each social interaction and never taking anything at face value. It's making life more difficult than it needs to be. Read more...

The Best Dash Mount, Wireless Sound, Work Out While You Work [Deals]

The iOttie One Touch was your favorite smartphone car mount (and my favorite as well), and its follow-up is heavily discounted today on Amazon for the first time. The new design adds a telescoping arm to bring the screen two inches closer...Show More Summary

Should You Finance a Car?

The folks over at Car Buying have had a great debate this week about whether it's worth it to finance a car. See this article for the original argument against it, and this counterpoint for the pro-finance side—there's some heated discussion happening! Read more...

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