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The Credit Cards That Give You Free (or Cheap) Companion Plane Tickets

You're probably already familiar with typical credit card rewards, cash back or miles for travel or other purchases. One benefit not so popular (but possibly very valuable): free or deeply discounted airline tickets for the people you travel with. This perk could save you hundreds of dollars every year. Read more...

Add Products to Your Amazon Wish List with a Twitter Hashtag

If you've already connected your Twitter and Amazon accounts for adding items to your cart, you can also now add items to your wish list with a hashtag. Read more...

How Did You (or Someone You Know) Recover from a Rut In Life?

Sometimes everything in life feels like it's going wrong. You feel demotivated, lost, unhappy, and you have no idea where to start turning it around. Have you—or anyone you know—ever managed to turn things around and get out of a major rut in life? We want to hear from you! Read more...

What's the Best Gift Registry Tool?

If you're planning a wedding, shower, or big party with guests and gifts, you'll probably need a decent tool to organize your registry, help people choose gifts, and avoid a ton of duplicate toasters or blenders. This week we want to hear which you think are the best. Read more...

Convert a Drywall Doorway Into an Arch

Ever wonder how to create an arched opening in drywall? The Family Handyman has a step-by-step slideshow that shows how to do it with modern materials like bendable sheetrock and plastic beading. Read more...

MoboRobo is a Powerful Desktop Manager for Android and iOS Devices

Windows: Unlike iTunes for iOS devices, there is no official desktop client to manage Android phones and tablets. MoboRobo is as good as any you can hope for, and it works with iPhones and iPads too. Read more...

Upgrade Your Screen Size with These Large Phone Wallpapers

Today we're doing something a bit different. With the iPhone 6 Plus officially launched and the Note 4 around the corner, it seems like a great time to share some wallpapers packed full of pixels. These will work on small(er) phones as well, but everyone's welcome here! Read more...

Turn a Drawer on Its Side for a Cheap, Space-Saving Spice Rack

Forget about complex DIY projects, ugly shower caddies or expensive spice racks. All you need to organize your spices is a humble drawer. Read more...

The Luxury Accessories You're Probably Paying Too Much For

There are some things you just don't skimp on, but other luxuries just aren't worth the price tag. From stemware to TVs, there are some luxury goods that don't live up to the hype—or can be had cheaper by buying generic. Let's run down a few of them. Read more...

The Rustic, Richly Textured Workspace

This loft-like apartment in New York City's West Village features gorgeous exposed brick walls, bright spots of color, and vintage furnishings throughout. Read more...

"You May Have the Gears to Succeed, But You Also Need the Engine"

You may not think that skateboarding and success have much in common, but there is one thing skateboarders definitely know how to do: get back up. Read more...

Most Popular Place to Buy Used Games and Consoles: Amazon

If you're looking to score great deals on used video games for all platforms, or specific consoles, you have tons of great choices. Last week we asked for your favorites, then looked at the five best places for used games and consoles. Now we're back to highlight your favorite. Read more...

Five Questions I Wish I'd Asked Before Quitting My Job for a Startup

My steady corporate job was great on paper—it paid well and let me travel the world, but it was also incredibly taxing and limiting. I didn't want to be a cog in that system. I wanted to run my own business, but I never anticipated the challenges that came with it. Read more...

This Flowchart Tells You When to Worry About Anything

Stress can be terribly damaging. Although it's normal to get stressed every so often, much of what we worry about doesn't come to pass. This illustration could help keep things in perspective. Read more...

Avoid Solely Prioritizing Urgent Tasks Over Important Ones

Most of us schedule our time according to what we need to get done during a particular day or week. Because of the urgency of immediate tasks, we often neglect our long-term goals. Ironically, this can undermine our ability to put out short-term fires. Read more...

Carry a "Surprise Journal" to Find Areas for Self-Improvement

We all make assumptions, and many of them turn out to be wrong. But noticing those and learning from them is hard. Maintaining a "Surprise Journal" can make reality clearer and help you improve yourself. Read more...

Gawker NYPD Officer Filmed Slamming Pregnant Woman to Ground | Gizmodo And Here's a Guy Bending an i

Gawker NYPD Officer Filmed Slamming Pregnant Woman to Ground | Gizmodo And Here's a Guy Bending an iPhone 6 Plus With His Bare Hands | io9 8 Things That Prove Star Wars Actually Takes Place In Our Galaxy | Kotaku The Internet's Most Wonderful Narcissist Is Back Read more...

Here Are The Best Options to Fast-Charge Your iPhone 6

At this point, you've probably heard that the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus can charge faster using an iPad charger. If you don't have one handy, or just want something a little more versatile, here are the best options. Read more...

Test Your Kitchen Scale’s Accuracy with Pocket Change

You want to be sure your kitchen scale is calibrated right, or your recipes aren't going to turn out very well. Baking expert Alice Medrich recommends using standard US coins to check. Read more...

Start a Side Gig by Appealing to Your Employer’s Interests

Moonlighting is a great way to earn extra income when you already have a full-time job. But it's not always easy, especially if it gets in the way of your time at work. The Wall Street Journal offers an interesting solution: align your side gig with your employer's interests. Read more...

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