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What Remains in the Quest for Literary Permanence

From Dear Committee Members by Julie Schumacher: I am always taken aback when students confide in me that beneath their desire to write lies a quest for permanence. It’s odd but touching, I think, that even during this disposable age,...Show More Summary

How I Broke Out of My Social Comfort Zone by Saying Yes to Everything

Ever since I can remember, I’ve been predisposed to saying “no” to social plans. If something isn’t within my comfort zone, I tend to avoid it. But there’s a problem: when you don’t experience new things, life can get boring. Mine had recently landed somewhere between extreme doldrums and “what’s it even matter what day of the week it is?” Read more...

This Chart Tells You How Basic Investment Accounts are Taxed

Investing isn’t nearly as intimidating as it seems. But all of the tax rules for different investing accounts can be overwhelming. The folks at Bankrate break down the basics in one simple chart. Read more...

Organizing for aging in place

Organizing to make things easy for the more elderly, who may have problems reaching, bending, seeing, etc. Post written by Jeri Dansky Let Unclutterer help you get your home or office organized. Subscribe to our helpful product shipments from Quarterly today. The post Organizing for aging in place appeared first on Unclutterer.

Be Proud of Your Side Hustle to Be More Productive

If you have a second job, you might feel embarrassed by it. However, if you’re open about your work, you’ll be able to spend your time as efficiently as possible without stressing over others finding out about your side gig. Read more...

Kitchen Tool School: The Workhorse Enameled Dutch Oven

We’ve already mentioned that a cast iron skillet is one of those absolute, must-have items for any kitchen, whether you’re an expert cook or just an occasional one. Well, here’s another workhorse that belongs on every stove: the enameled cast iron Dutch oven pot. Read more...

“Fitspiration” Is Bad For Your Motivation

Seeing pictures of super-fit men and women may push you to get in shape, but psychology dictates that relying on “fitspiration” for motivation may hurt more than it helps. Here’s why. Read more...

Pixelmator Is Now Available for iPhone

iOS: The iPad version of Pixelmator released last year was fantastic and today the app gets an update that brings along iPhone compatibility and a new distort tool. Read more...

What's The Best Way to Pay Other People Online?

When you need to send money quickly to anyone, whether you’re splitting a check or paying your share of the rent, which service do you turn to? You have tons of great—and convenient—options, but this week we want to hear about your favorites. Read more...

Google's New My Account Page Makes Managing Your Account Easier

Google has several ways of managing different aspects of your account. The new My Account page is a hub of useful tools that you can tweak to modify the security or privacy of your account. It even has a Security Checkup and Privacy Checkup to quickly audit your settings. Read more...

12 Mind-blowing Tips for Increasing Your Overall Positivity!

Positive thinking has been very often understood and used in a wrong connotation. People abuse the power of this great practice and suggest that it will attract you money, wealth and abundance. “Be positive and you’ll have anything you want!” No you will not! That’s nonsense, and that’s NOT the purpose of exercising your mind to think this way. Show More Summary

How to Keep the World from Distracting You When You Work From Home

A few months ago, I was interviewing someone for a story when I heard a knock at my door. It was my apartment’s maintenance crew, a day late to install something. Before I could pause the interview, the knocking turned into loud banging, and it didn’t take long before my interview subject asked, “are you okay over there?” Read more...

15 Things Only New Moms Would Understand

Dirty nappies, constant sleep deprivation and never having time for yourself – most people would think you are mad to... The post 15 Things Only New Moms Would Understand appeared first on Lifehack.

Things take time. So just be patient.

Things take time. So just be patient. The post Things take time. So just be patient. appeared first on Lifehack.

15 Cauliflower Recipes To Keep You Healthy

Brassica oleracea has a long history. The oldest record dates back to the 6th century. From Syria to France, it... The post 15 Cauliflower Recipes To Keep You Healthy appeared first on Lifehack.

Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Wishing is not…

Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Wishing is not enough; we must do. The post Knowing is not enough; we must apply. Wishing is not… appeared first on Lifehack.

Useful Tips To Protect Your Home From Hazards

Our homes are all subjected to harsh weather, ravenous insects, and regular wear and tear causing damage to the structure... The post Useful Tips To Protect Your Home From Hazards appeared first on Lifehack.

30-Minute Workout You Can Do At Home Every Day

Everybody is busy getting their summer-body ready, but do you have no idea where to start? No worries! With this... The post 30-Minute Workout You Can Do At Home Every Day appeared first on Lifehack.

10 Things Only People Who Can’t Stop Learning Would Understand

Learning matters in living a full and rich life. You can take your passing interest in art and explore it... The post 10 Things Only People Who Can’t Stop Learning Would Understand appeared first on Lifehack.

The people who truly care about you won’t have to…

The people who truly care about you won’t have to tell you they care; they’ll show you. The post The people who truly care about you won’t have to… appeared first on Lifehack.

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