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Making Art Can Reduce Stress, Regardless of Skill Level

Creating art has always been considered therapeutic, yet many people avoid the activity because they lack artistic skills. According to a recent study, however, your artistic ability doesn’t matter when it comes to reaping the benefits. Art can help you de-stress even if you’ve never touched a paint brush. Read more...

Four Tips for Grilling the Perfect Veggie Burgers

You can cook veggie burgers pretty much anywhere, but the grill is going to give you the best flavor and texture. These expert grilling tips will make sure your veggie burgers turn out just right. Read more...

How to Talk to Your Boss About Your Workload

In an ideal world, you’d have a perfect amount of work to fill your day. But let’s be real: The odds that you’ll just show up and be met with the exact right number of tasks are slim. It’s a lot more likely that you’ll (at least at times) feel overwhelmed, underutilized, or downright bored. Read more...

Poke Radar Shows You Where to Find and Catch 'Em All In Pokémon Go

If you’ve been playing a lot of Pokémon Go, you’re probably tired of catching the same ol’ pokémon in your neighborhood. The Poke Radar map and iPhone app help you find the rest of them so you can complete your collection. Read more...

This Infographic Crams In Over 30 Essential Google Search Tips

Google’s search engine is an always-expanding , extremely useful tool that’s packed with ons of different tools. Over on Zapier, they outline tons of different advanced tricks for searching Google as quickly as possible. Read more.....

Plan the Ultimate Rock Climbing Road Trip With This Map

If you like rock climbing and need a vacation, here is your inspiration. Five mini road trips will take you to the top ten climbing destinations in each area—or just peruse this graphic to find the top climbs in your area. Read more...

Amazon Video for Android Now Lets You Save Movies and Shows to SD Cards

Android: One useful feature of Amazon Video is that you can download shows and movies so that you can watch them offline , but those videos can quickly fill the internal storage on your tablet or phone. Now, Amazon will let you save videos to SD cards so that you don’t max out your device’s internal storage. Read more...

Airmail for Mac Adds New Snooze Actions, Unified VIPs, and More

Mac: Airmail’s long been out pick for the best email client for Mac , and today it’s getting a bit better. Read more...

PSA: Don't Leave Painter's Tape on Too Long

Painter’s tape is a must if you want clean, straight lines while painting. Here’s a quick word of caution, though: don’t leave it on too long. Read more...

How Much Apartment You Get for $1,500 a Month in 30 Major U.S. Cities

In many major cities, $1,500 is a fraction of the average cost of rent. If you’re planning a move, it’s useful to know what you’ll get for your money. Rent Cafe researched prices to visualize what a $1,500/month apartment looks like across the U.S. Read more...

How Do Political Conventions Work?

This week, the Republicans are holding their national convention, followed by the Democratic National Convention next week. After months and months of debates and grandstanding, both parties’ presidential candidates will be set in stone. That’s just the beginning of the fun, though. Here’s what goes down at these conventions. Read more...

Roadside America Maps Out Attractions in Every State

Roadside attractions are a fun way to break up a long drive, and chances are, there’s something to see along any route you take. This map from Roadside America helps plan your stops. Read more...

Lifehacker Pack for Windows: Our List of the Essential Windows Apps

Windows has more great programs than we can count, but some are essential to just about every PC setup. In this year’s annual Lifehacker Pack for Windows, we’re highlighting the must-have downloads for better productivity, communication, media management, and more. Read more...

You Can Release a Student Loan Cosigner If You’ve Made Timely, Regular Payments

Cosigning can be a financially risky move, but a lot of parents cosign on a child’s student loan so they can pay for tuition. The good news is if your child makes timely, regular payments once the loan kicks in, some loan providers will allow you to release the cosigner. Student Loan Hero tells us how it’s done. Read more...

What You and Your Partner Should Agree On If You Both Work at the Same Company

Keeping your personal and professional life separate can be really tough when you work at the same place with your significant other. Here’s what you should discuss to make sure your relationship doesn’t affect your work, and vice-versa. Read more...

Toss Just-Drained Pasta With Parm for the Most Flavorful Spaghetti

Sprinkling a bit of Parmesan cheese over pasta is a very common, very delicious practice, but if you want every single string of spaghetti coated with salty, nutty goodness, toss ‘em with parm before they even get sauced. Read more....

Eliminate Your Mental Lag to Lie More Effectively

There are plenty of situations where telling a lie can be beneficial , but it hardly matters if you suck at lying. If you want to be convincing, focus on eliminating the mental lag that makes your answers take longer. Read more...

You Can Now Use Android Apps on Two More Touchscreen Chromebooks

Android apps on Chrome OS are amazing , but so far only one laptop—the ASUS Chromebook Flip— has been able to try them out. That list has grown two sizes today, to include the Acer R11 and the Chromebook Pixel. Read more...

Deadspin NFL Says Marky Mark Is Full Of Shit, And Roger Goodell Never Called Him To Complain About B

Deadspin NFL Says Marky Mark Is Full Of Shit, And Roger Goodell Never Called Him To Complain About Ballers | Jezebel Stephen Colbert Hijacks the RNC Stage, Delivers Anti-Trump Burn | Gawker All the Most Excruciating Moments From the Trump/Pence Nightmare 60 Minutes Interview | Gizmodo SpaceX Just Landed a Rocket At Cape Canaveral | Read more...

The First Time Developing a Breakthrough Is Always the Hardest

The term “breakthrough” has a lot of weight to it. It’s a significant milestone. You finally cracked that project or reached a level of personal development. It’s also always the hardest part of whatever you’re trying to achieve. Read more...

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