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Three Different Ways to Slice a Scallion, Depending on What You're Cooking

Scallions are delicious in lots of things, but getting the best flavor and presentation from them demands you learn to slice them a little differently depending on what you’re making. This video, posted to Instagram by Food52, shows you three different slicing methods, and the dishes each is best for. Read more...

How to Shop Quicker, Easier, and Cheaper at the Supermarket

We all have different methods for shopping. The way most of us shop however—slowly dragging a cart round, maybe taking a rough list—provides many benefits for the supermarket while offering very few to the shopper. Read more...

Comixology Launches a "Netflix for Comics" Subscription Service

Comixology, the digital comic reading app, has launched an all-you-can-read, Netflix-style subscription service for $5.99 a month. Read more...

Bake the Easiest Cupcakes Ever with This Two-Ingredient Recipe

After overdosing on two-ingredient chocolate mousse , we wanted something else to satisfy our sweet tooth that was as quick and easy. The internet smiled upon us as the One Pot Chef shared his delicious two-ingredient cupcake recipe. Read more...

Here's the Best Time and Length to Schedule a Job Interview

The time of day your job interview is scheduled can impact your chances of an offer, according to a new survey of over 2,200 CFOs from various companies. Mornings are the best time, most agreed, and you have a short window to make a good impression. Read more...

The Ideal Sitting Posture and Workspace Setup for Healthy Desk Workers

By now, everyone knows that sitting all day is damaging your body , so it’s important to move around and stay active. But how you sit between those breaks is just as important. Physiotherapist Joanne Gough has a quick video outlining the ideal sitting posture and how to set up your workspace accordingly. Read more...

Roast Your Lemons First for Delicious, Flavorful Lemonade

Using an oven to make lemonade may create some cognitive dissonance in your brain box, but by roasting the tart citrus fruit, you can draw out complex, deep flavors you wouldn’t usually find in the sweet and sour beverage. Read more...

This Graphic Shows You How to Pack a Picnic for Perfect Portability

There’s nothing like a picnic, and this handy graphic is packed with tips to help you pack smart, choose the best foods to take with you, some tricks to save space and still bring messy items like condiments, and of course, keep the bugs away so you can eat in peace. Read more...

Make Ice Cubes Faster By Using Hot Water

You’re in the middle of a cocktail party and discover that, to your chagrin, you’ve forgotten to refill the ice tray. No worries, try this trick for ice cubes that freeze quickly: fill your ice tray with hot water and put it in the freezer. Read more...

Today's Best Deals: Seiko Watches, Mizuno Running Shoes, Floating Speaker, and More

Electric shavers, floating speakers, and popular running shoes lead off Tuesday’s best deals. Read more...

What Cosplay Taught Me About Confidence

In May of 2014, I wore my first costume to a convention. It was a simple Doctor Krieger from Archer. Stepping into the shoes of a character I liked just seemed like a fun way to spend the weekend. Instead, it turned into an exploration of what it means to be confident. Read more...

The US Airlines Most (and Least) Likely to Mishandle Your Luggage

Lost luggage is a traveler’s nightmare, but some airlines are better than others at keeping track of your bags. Based on data from the Department of Transportation, here are the airlines most (and least) likely to lose your luggage. Read more...

Master Walking in Heels with These Three Tips

You can do a lot of things to make heels easier to wear, like buying more supportive shoes or adding extra padding. How you wear heels makes a difference, too. Here are three tips to make walking in heels easier, and easier on your feet. Read more...

Make Gooey, Melty Slices Out of Any Cheese With Melting Salts

American cheese may be lacking in the flavor department, but there’s no denying the beauty of its meltiness. I hate choosing between taste and texture, but it turns out I don’t have to. Using the glory of melting salts, almost any cheese can be transformed into creamy, melty slices. Read more...

Create Your Own Arduino Projects With This Deeply Discounted Starter Pack

Lifehacker has posted something in the neighborhood of 13 million projects you can create with Arduino , and Amazon’s selling starter kits for $73 today, an all-time low. Read more...

“You Limit Yourself By Having Low Expectations.”

Perhaps you know someone in your gym who seems really, really strong because he or she can move a ton of weight. You tell yourself that you want to be just as strong, but according to Greg Nuckols, that will hold you back. When you cast a narrow gaze, you limit how strong you can become. Read more...

The Strength of the US Dollar in 42 Popular Tourist Destinations

Exchange rates can trip you up when you’re traveling, making you spend a lot more that you expect. On the flip side, you can save some money when the dollar is strong. GOBankingRates looked at exchange rates and a few other factors to put together a guide to spending money in other countries. Read more...

Develop a Policy For Hiring Friends Before One Asks to Work For You

If you’re in charge of hiring for a company—whether it’s your own or someone else’s—you’ll probably find a friend that wants you to hire them. Make sure you have a personal policy in place before that happens. Read more...

AT&T Simplifies Phone Financing Plans With 12 and 24 Month Upgrades

Starting June 9th, AT&T will be switching up its phone financing plans. Now, you’ll have the option to upgrade after one or two years, though the terms are still a little confusing. Read more...

These Apps Are the Perfect Money Saving Tools for Lazy People Like Me

I’m terrible at saving money, I hate studying personal finance, and I tend to have a “carpe diem” mentality when it comes to buying the things I want. Fortunately, a few automated savings apps gave me a stronger hold on my money by doing most of the hard stuff for me. Read more...

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