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How Do You Keep Your Boss from Interfering with or Ruining Your Work?

You don't have to have a micromanaging boss or one that's truly crazy to experience the friction between having a boss and getting good work done. How do you keep your boss (or manager or client) from messing with your work? Read more...

Why You Probably Shouldn't Look Up Health Symptoms Online

The first thing most of us do when we have a mysterious ache, pain, or other medical concern is ask Dr. Google. This could be a terrible mistake, though, not just for your privacy, but for your financial future as well. Read more...

Google CS First Teaches Kids Programming and Computer Science for Free

There are a wealth of ways for kids to learn computer science and programming these days. Add to the mix: Google's own CS First curriculum, a free program with a variety of themes for all kinds of kids' interests. Read more...

How to Pick Your Next Android Phone: 2015 Edition

Fun fact: there are roughly seven different model Android phones per human on the planet. While that statement isn't actually true, it seems close. Since you've got things to do, here's what matters when buying a new Android phone. Read more...

How Much of Your Income to Save Based on When You Want to Retire

There's no one-size-fits-all approach to saving for retirement. If you want to retire earlier than the traditional retirement age, this "Financial Freedom Fund" calculator will tell you how much to set aside. Read more...

Tool School: The All-Mighty Circular Saw

A circular saw's large blade and loud sound can be intimidating to the newbie DIYer, but don't let that scare you away from one of the most useful power tools in any workshop. Read more...

When It Makes Sense to Buy Quality Instead of Saving Money

Being frugal doesn't just mean saving money—it means spending your money wisely. That also means some things may be cheap now, but actually cost you more in the long run, while other times it makes sense to spend more now for a better, longer-lasting experience. Let's take a look at when it makes sense to splurge now to save later. Read more...

Common Characteristics of an IRS Tax Scam

Tax season is in full swing, which means IRS scams abound. These scams have become more sophisticated, too. Watch out for them by knowing their common characteristics. Read more...

Unitasker Wednesday: Nose Shower Gel Dispenser

This week's unitasker was picked because it has an "ewwww" factor of a million. Post written by Erin Doland Let Unclutterer help you get your home or office organized. Subscribe to our helpful product shipments from Quarterly today. The post Unitasker Wednesday: Nose Shower Gel Dispenser appeared first on Unclutterer.

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Top Oatmeal with Veggies for a Quick, Filling Meal

Oatmeal is often thought of as a sweet breakfast option that is fast and easy to make, but you can turn it into a lunch or dinner option by topping it with savory veggies. Read more...

The Fastest Way to Bring Eggs to Room Temperature

Most baking recipes call for room temperature eggs. This is important because eggs function better when they're between 68º-70ºF: they bind more easily to other ingredients, take on more volume, and disperse more easily in batter than they would otherwise. But what if you've forgotten to take the eggs out ahead of time? Read more...

BodBot’s Food Explorer Recommends Foods that Fit Your Diet

Figuring out what to fit into your diet can sometimes feel like playing tetris. This nifty web app allows you to explore different foods by different features, such as calories or carbohydrates. Read more...

Treat Paying Down Debt Like Working Out to Make it a Habit

Paying down debt can feel like a never ending task, but dealing with it is a habit like any other. You can use similar habits to the ones you use to work out to start dealing with your debt. Read more...

Gallery Doctor Identifies Bad or Duplicate Photos for Easy Deletion

Android: You don't have to try very hard to take too many photos with your phone anymore. Gallery Doctor will help clean up the garbage by identifying photos that are too similar, or finding the ones that have poor lighting and may not look very good. Read more...

Write Down What You Accomplished at the End of Every Week

It's easy to remember the pile of things you have to do in the future. Once it's done, you'll probably forget it quickly. At the end of every week, write down what you accomplished that week so you have something quantifiable to show for it. Read more...

Pretend It's Already an Hour Ahead to Plan for Daylight Saving Time

This Sunday, most states in the US will be "springing forward" an hour in time—and losing some precious sleep. To make the adjustment easier, try living in the future on Saturday. Read more...

Does Working From Home Really Work?

Every side has its own arguments when it comes to working or not working from home. But if the boss and the employee alike take a look at this issue from the eyes of the other person, they can sooner find a suitable and pleasing outcome for both sides. Show More Summary

How to Manage Your Tolerance for Physical Pain

Physical pain can be intimidating. Whether it's a soreness after waking up, a sports injury, or an unexpected twinge, pain can be scary if you aren't mentally prepared to deal with it. We spoke to a few experts to learn how you can deal with—and prepare for—physical pain without feeling overwhelmed or freaked out. Read more...

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