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Bake Tater Tots in Peppers for a Quick, Delicious Snack

Tater tots are yummy and convenient, but you can make them even better with the help of some sweet peppers. Read more...

Build Wood Garage Storage Shelves?? for Under $50

When you don't have a lot of storage space, your best bet is to build up. You can purchase steel and plastic shelves from your home improvement store, but the steel shelves are expensive and heavy and the plastic shelves can sag and fall apart. Take some time to build your own shelves from wood and you'll have a fully customizable and solid storage solution. Read more...

What’s Your Most Regrettable Purchase?

We've all bought stuff we later realize is a complete waste of money. We kick ourselves, we learn a lesson or two, and then we move on. What's your most regrettable purchase, and what did you learn from it? Read more...

Episode 19: Find Your Own Success with Jake Ducey

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Being Creative While in Pain: Working with Chronic Illness

People everywhere work with chronic illness or injury. So why don’t we talk about it more?

Keeping essential home work supplies on hand

With these essentials on hand and organized so they're at the ready, you’re prepared to take on any big, winter projects teachers assign. 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 Keeping essential home work supplies on hand appeared first on Unclutterer.

Tomorrow’s the Last Day for Online Business Training (+ Free Bonuses & Year-Long Support)

Link: 8 Weeks of Online Business Training Bonuses: Get Naming Rights to My Firstborn A Ton of Great Bonuses When You Sign Up (Note: You’ll automatically receive the bonuses when signing up at the above link. There’s no need to do anything...Show More Summary

How to Get Your Relationship Back on Track After a Terrible Fight

It can be hard to recover from a bad fight in a relationship. Even if you and your partner have come to an agreement, the arguing can really put a damper on things. It might take some time to restore the romance and affection. Here's how you can get your relationship back on track. Read more...

Froth Milk Easily With a Tea Infuser

Frothy, foamy milk is a delicious add to your morning (or anytime) cup of joe. If you don't have a milk frother on hand, you can use a handheld tea ball infuser to get the job done. Read more...

How Do You Start a Breakup Talk?

When you know that it is time for your relationship to end, you have a tough conversation ahead. If you want to stay friends with your soon-to-be ex, the talk can be even more difficult to navigate. What is the best way to begin this talk? Read more...

These Cheap Motion-Sensing Night Lights Stick Anywhere You Need Them

If you ever stumble around your house at night looking for the light switch, do yourself a favor and pick up a few of these handy motion-sensing LED night lights today. Read more...

Create a New Must-Have Sandwich Condiment With Only Two Pantry Items

Question: What condiment adds an edge to any sandwich, takes only 10 minutes to make, and calls for ingredients you already have in your pantry? The answer is one you've probably never heard of: mustardshire sauce! Read more...

?Eight (S)exercises to Boost Your Bedroom Strength

Whether we want to admit or not, exercise and sex are inextricably linked. We exercise to look better and feel better about ourselves (among other reasons, of course) in hopes of it translating to more sex. But you can also exercise to have better sex. With that in mind, here are a few exercises that will help you get more out of your bedroom time. Read more...

Develop Your Personal Projects to Identify Your Unique Value

To get a great job, you need to find a way to stand out. Standing out at your current job, however, can be tough since you're told what you need to do. For that reason, your personal projects are where you need to focus. Read more.....

Why Perfect Practice Makes Perfect

Yea that’s exactly how I said it. Perfect practice makes perfect. I know you’ve heard the saying “practice makes perfect,” but does it really? Great athletes preach this mantra to others to show them how they got to where they are in their life right now. Show More Summary

A Family’s Year in Italy: On the Road with Jacqueline Jannotta

This is a traveler case study. (Read others or nominate yourself.) Getting the gumption to make travel part of your life is hard enough when it's just you, let alone adding three other people. Jacqueline Jannotta did just that, though—she brought her husband kids into a year-long adventure. Show More Summary

Build this Go-Anywhere Camera Mount from a One-Handed Clamp

Sometimes being portable is more important than carrying a proper camera mount or tripod, so Instructables user corybschneider came up with a stable, secure mount that's adaptable, mounts anywhere, and can be used with one hand. All you need is a clamp and some assorted screws and nuts. Read more...

Pick Makes Scheduling Times to Meet or Just Hang Out Easy

Whether you're planning a meeting with a colleague or you just want to grab dinner with a friend, if everyone's busy, it can be tough. Pick is a web service that makes it easy. Best of all, you can use it on your own or with other people to pick the best times for all of you to get together, automatically. Read more...

Best Countries for Studying Abroad.

Students who spend time studying overseas are offered many wonderful opportunities. They can study another language, establish friendships with other young people from countries all over the world, participate in internship programs, and develop skills that are important in today’s globalized society. Show More Summary

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