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Dropbox for Gmail Now Lets You Easily Send Large Files to Anyone

Chrome: Earlier this year, Dropbox introduced their Chrome extension to integrate the online storage service with Gmail. Today the extension added great new features, including an easier way to send large files to others—even if they don’t use Dropbox. Read more...

The Comparison Trap

This past weekend I participated in my fourth half marathon. After battling a foot injury since January, I went into this race filled with doubt. I wasn’t really sure if I would be able to finish, […] The post The Comparison Trap appeared first on simplify 101.

How to Replace a Vacuum Cleaner Belt and Save Big Money

Vacuum cleaners have one job, and most do it well. But a broken roller belt will instantly cripple your vacuum and render your roller inoperable. Instead of spending money on a repair service (or a new vacuum), you can fix it yourself for less than $5. Here’s how. Read more...

WDS Academies Now Live: Join Us in Portland This Summer, Even if You Haven’t Registered for WDS

Link: WDS 2015 Academy Schedule (Registration Open) If you’re joining us in Portland for WDS this summer—or even if you haven’t planned to—you can now sign up for your choice of eleven Academies, which are half-day workshops on specific topics, taught by some of our most popular alumni speakers.

Job Interviews Are Two-Way Streets: How to Ask Your Questions, Too

Job interviews are your best opportunity to make sure you’re not walking into a minefield if you get an offer. Unfortunately, most of us spend the entire thing just answering questions. It should be a two-way street. Here’s how to take control and make sure your side of the street actually gets some traffic. Read more...

Three Things I Know Are True: Writing Books

I’ve been attempting to find “true north” in a lot of things lately. This new series explores what I believe in different areas of work and life. Your answers may differ; the point is to find what’s true for you. Today’s topic is writing books. Show More Summary

Keep Your House Cleaner with This Server's Technique

One technique restaurants teach servers for time management is known as “full hands in, full hands out.” You can use the same technique in your home to make keeping it clean a little easier. Read more...

Unitasker Wednesday: Electric Peanut Butter Maker

This week, I'd like to introduce you to an appliance the size of a toddler that extrudes peanut butter and does nothing else. 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: Electric Peanut Butter Maker appeared first on Unclutterer.

A year ago on Unclutterer

2013 Six ways to successfully manage laundryFrustrated with doing laundry? Here are six ways you can make the process a little easier. 2011 Book review: Keeping It StraightKeeping It Straight — You, Me, and Everything Else by Patrick Rhone is … Continued Post written by PJ Doland Let Unclutterer help you get your home or office organized. Show More Summary

Use "Five Minute Favors" to Strengthen Your Relationships

It doesn’t take much time to do favors that help you build better professional and personal relationships. Sometimes even things that only take a few minutes can make a big difference to someone. Read more...

Stock Up On Portable Gadget Chargers During This Amazon Clearance Sale

If you have any summer trips coming up, you’ll want to be sure you have enough extra battery power to keep your phone and other gadgets untethered from a power outlet. Luckily, RAVPower is offering an Amazon clearance sale right now on several of their most popular chargers. Read more...

Construct a Pueblan Sandwich Out of (Mostly) Taco Bell Ingredients

Taco Bell’s been making headlines for Fritos-flavored tacos, potato chip nachos, and a bunch of other things that shouldn’t really exist, but one thing it still hasn’t come around to offering is any variety of Mexican sandwich. It’sShow More Summary

Why Tracking Calories From Exercise May Sabotage Your Weight Loss

I’m a huge fan of tracking calories in order to lose weight. This process is quite powerful...with one exception. Here’s an eerie case where merely thinking about calories may nullify your progress. Read more...

Get 4K Video on YouTube with Google's TestTube Experiments

4K video support is still pretty new, and it can be costly to get for your home theater. Your computer is another story. With a decent enough graphics card and monitor, all you need is content. YouTube can provide that with Google’s TestTube program. Read more...

This Chart Can Find Student Loan Forgiveness Programs In Your State

Student loan debt is a crushing burden, but there are programs that will forgive part or all of your debt, depending on where you work. If you’re not sure if you qualify, this chart can help pair you together with programs in your state. Read more...

10 Tips on How to Do Sht You Hate!

One of the greatest challenges to getting to where you want to go and accomplishing your greater goals is having to do all the sht you hate along the way! Sometimes knowing we’re going to have to do some things we hate can be a deal breaker and cause us to give up on our efforts before we really get started. Show More Summary

You Can't Achieve Your Goals if You're Never Working Towards Them

Having goals isn’t the same thing as working towards them. Many of us have things we’d like to accomplish that just sit in the back of our mind. But if you never get out of your head and into the workshop, those goals will never go anywhere. Read more...

Zest Citrus at the Last Minute for the Most Flavor

Citrus zest can add the bright flavors you want in many dishes, like risotto or salad. However, preparing the zest beforehand as part of your mise en place can have a huge impact on the taste. Read more...

Beyond the Basics: How to Collaborate with Others in Microsoft Word

Collaboration is a key element of good document creation in most workplaces. Like most things in Microsoft Word, the collaboration tools are powerful, but can be frustrating until you learn how they work and how to make the best of them. Read more...

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