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Create a Go Bag for Your Pet to Keep Them Happy on Any Trip

A well stocked go bag makes it easy to quickly hit the road for business or pleasure. You probably have a go bag for yourself, but consider one for your pet as well. Having everything they need while you’re out will keep them happy and safe on your next trip. Read more...

Facebook Now Tracks If You Prefer HD Video

Facebook is now doing some rather subtle tracking of your selection preferences when it comes to video, even if you don’t explicitly “like” it. More »      

Be More Likable in Any Situation by Following the "Platinum Rule"

You’ve probably been told the “golden rule” at some point in your life, but it’s not always ideal for those times you want to ooze charisma. That’s where the “platinum rule” comes in. Read more...

Make It Easier to Get Rid of Your Clutter by Giving Up Hope

A cluttered home gives you less space to work, play, and relax, but getting rid of it is often easier said than done. Sometimes the trick to finally parting ways with your clutter is letting go of the “what ifs.” Read more...

Keep Your Easy-to-Lose Earrings from Getting Separated with Buttons

You can’t wear your earrings as a pair if you keep losing one of them. With a few standard clothing buttons, however, you can keep all of your earrings together. Read more...

Disconnect From a Wi-Fi Network in OS X Without Turning Off Wi-FI

If you’re one of the people who’s having trouble with Wi-Fi in OS X Yosemite, you’re probably pretty sick of toggling the Wi-Fi on and off. OS X Daily points out a better option. Read more...

The Three Most Effective Interval Workouts

When it comes to cardio, high-intensity interval training gives you the biggest bang for your buck: a short sprint-based workout improves your health as much as a longer, low-intensity slog. But should you pick the workout with the 20-second bursts or the one that has you sprinting for three minutes? Here’s how to choose. Read more...

Ask the Lifehacker Staff Anything

Got any burning questions about life, love, productivity, and keyboard shortcuts? The Lifehacker team is here to answer any and all of your questions. Read more...

Book a Rental Car Two Weeks In Advance for the Best Deal

Getting the best deals when you’re traveling is all about timing. Booking site Kayak crunched their numbers and found that in most US states, it’s best to book a rental car two weeks in advance for the best deal this summer. Read more...

Write About a Situation Objectively to Stop Overanalyzing It 

Many of us have a bad habit of analyzing a social situation to death. Maybe it’s a job interview question you bombed. Maybe you stuck your foot in your mouth with a friend. Whatever the scenario, writing about it can help you stop overthinking. Read more...

Are Chromebooks Good Laptops for Students?

There’s a lot to like about Chromebooks. They’re budget-friendly, have a lot of options, and are powerful enough to get things done. If you’re a student shopping for a laptop for school, they may be pretty attractive. For some students, Chromebooks are a savvy purchase, but for others, it’s a nightmare waiting to happen. Let’s see where you fall. Read more...

How Do You Make Brown Bag Lunches More Appealing? 

Brown bagging lunch to work can save you a bundle of cash each month. Unfortunately, it also gets really old. If you bring your lunch to work, how do you keep it appealing? Read more...

The Secret Stain Remover That’s Already in Your Medicine Cabinet

At Slate, we like to say “If you didn't get dirty, it wasn't fun.” Whether it’s good food or good times (or both), fun can sometimes be overshadowed if it costs you your favorite piece of clothing. In the video above, learn to utilize an inexpensive stain-fighter that you most likely already own.

What to do with unused school supplies

What can be done with the half-used notebooks, stubby pencils, worn crayons, and more? Post written by David Caolo Let Unclutterer help you get your home or office organized. Subscribe to our helpful product shipments from Quarterly today. The post What to do with unused school supplies appeared first on Unclutterer.

Remember What Money Can't Change to Cope With Financial Stress

When you’re in debt or just trying to break the paycheck-to-paycheck cycle, the thought of money can be stressful. Yes, it helps to come up with a financial plan. But if you start to feel down about your finances in the meantime, it might help to think about the ways in which your life is the same with or without money. Read more...

The Best Board Games for Developing Valuable Real-Life Skills

Playing board games is a whole lot of fun, but some of the more difficult and complex games can actually help you learn things, too. Whether you’re trying to speed up your math skills or become a stronger negotiator, here are a few skills you can build (and the games that help you build them). Read more...

Gawker Time For the Next Global Financial Panic?

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Make Sorbet from Any Fruit with this Simple Recipe

Sorbet is a refreshing way to enjoy your favorite fruit. You can make sorbet from any fruit with this easy recipe. Read more...

Turn Overripe Tomatoes into Tomato Water Instead of Trashing Them

Overripe tomatoes may be a little too soft for a sandwich, but according to the good folks at Bon Appetit, there’s no reason to chuck ‘em. You’ll want to rinse or cut off the mold, of course, but once that’s taken care of you’re just hours away from delicious tomato water, a light but umami-packed liquid perfect for summer sauces. Read more...

How Taking Care of My Finances Changed My Life

By Leo Babauta Looking back on my life a decade ago, I just wasn’t taking care of myself. I was overweight, deeply in debt, a smoker, junk-food addict, stressed out, clutter piling up all around me, I didn’t floss … my life was a mess. And the solutions were so simple: little acts of self-care […]

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