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The Truth Is a Terrible Thing, But Not Compared to Falsehood

Reality isn’t just what someone tells you. They could be lying to you, or they just might be speaking from their own limited perspective. We know this, right? We can't just accept at face value everything we hear. But reality also isn’t just what you tell yourself, at least not if you're trying to avoid something. Show More Summary

How to Be Calm

By Leo Babauta I’ve often been described as a “calm” person. I’m not sure if they really mean “boring,” but I’m happy to be calm most of the time. When others are stressing out, I can help calm them down. When things aren’t going well, I calmly take appropriate action instead of falling apart. When […]

Creating Structure to Go Deep

By Leo Babauta A friend of mine was telling me about two of the most successful times of his often very scattered life … and they both came when he was very focused on one learning project. Having a single focus really allowed him to grow — not only to deeply learn the topic he […]

Stephen Hawking’s Radical Thinking

The Death of a Genius Earlier this week, Stephen Hawking died. It was a sad day for lovers of science. Hawking’s breakthrough work from 1974 provided the world a new understanding of black holes. It also unified, for the first time, quantum mechanics with gravity — laying the conceptual foundation on which any attempt at […]

Ever buy an original PS3? Sony may owe you $65 - CNET

Sony's "OtherOS" class-action settlement could mean money in your pocket.

14 Google Home games you can play with your kiddos - CNET

Google Home may help keep you organized and control your smart home, but it can also entertain your kids.

How to Attain Self-Realization (a Guide to Become a Better You)

Chances are, you’re busy hustling between the 40 hours a week you need to work, the family you need to... The post How to Attain Self-Realization (a Guide to Become a Better You) appeared first on Lifehack. The ultimate beginner's guide to self-realization - what it really is, why it matters to anyone who wants to be better and how to attain it.

Reader question: Keeping track of vendors

Reader Jean wrote to us with this question: How do you keep track of your vendor information? If you are a home owner, it is necessary to keep track of who you bought products and services from. It is important … Continued Post written by Jacki Hollywood Brown

How to Explain Anything to Anyone Easily: 8 Spontaneous Speaking Structures

Do you get in your own way during a job interview or while giving a presentation? If so, you might... The post How to Explain Anything to Anyone Easily: 8 Spontaneous Speaking Structures appeared first on Lifehack. 8 spontaneous speaking structures that allow you to become comfortable and respond immediately to any speaking situation.

How to Prioritize Right in 10 Minutes and Work 10X Faster

Today is your lucky day, as I’m going to reveal to you how I helped my team get more things... The post How to Prioritize Right in 10 Minutes and Work 10X Faster appeared first on Lifehack. Do you find yourself working all hours but failing to complete your tasks and reach your goals? If yes, the Libra Technique can help you out.

Is ‘trading up’ your space worth it?

A family moves from a 6,000 sq. ft. home into an RV and learns valuable life lessons. Post written by Erin Doland

Folder Marker

One of the things I love about working with Mac is that I can use colour-coded tags to identify specific folders and files. For example, I have various income streams and I prefer to keep all documents related to each … Continued Post written by Jacki Hollywood Brown

Pump up the volume

Follow your strengths: You may be one of the few who will be more successful with your organization efforts if you work with noise. Post written by Erin Doland

Reader question: What about old pantyhose?

Reader Joan wrote in with this question: What does one do with old pantyhose that is no longer wearable because of holes, etc.? Is there a way to recycle this material? That’s a great question. The short answer is no. … Continued Post written by Jacki Hollywood Brown

A place for everything. Seriously.

Without organization, you can’t be productive. As trite as it sounds, organization is having a place for everything and making sure everything is in its place. Post written by Jerry Brito

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