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What Would You Teach in a Financial Literacy Class?

Most of us agree: the world could use a little more financial literacy. Everyone talks about the need for financial education in schools. But if it were up to you, what exactly would you teach? Read more...

How to Choose the Perfect Summer Camp for Your Kids

Choosing the right summer camp can be pretty daunting. Navigating a world of camp types, subjects, and fees can all be a pain, whether you’re the one going or you’re looking for something for the kids to do this summer. Here are some tips that will make the process a little easier. Read more...

Lifehacker Los Angeles Meetup, This Thursday at 6:30 PM

A few members of the Lifehacker staff (Whitson, Thorin, and Kristin) are in Los Angeles this week, and we want to get together with you guys and hang out. If you’re in LA (or nearby), come join us for drinks and old school arcade games at EightyTwo downtown (Google Map here) on Thursday, April 2nd! Sorry, 21 and up only. Read more...

Keep a “Single Sentence Journal” if You Don’t Have Time to Write

Journaling boosts creativity and helps you reflect. But it can be time consuming to write a page or two every single day. If you don't feel like you have time to journal regularly, start a "single sentence journal." Read more...

Remove Kitchen Cabinets Yourself to Save Money on Your Remodel 

Why pay someone else to demolish your kitchen when tearing everything down is the most fun part? Save some cash from that expensive remodel by doing your own demolition and providing the contractors with a blank slate to work with. Read more...

Cut Transportation Costs on Your Next Vacation With a Cheap, Used Bike

Flights and lodging make up a big part of one's travel budget. But once you reach your destination, transportation costs can add up, too. Rather than rent a car or pay for cabs, consider buying a cheap, used bike to get around town. Read more...

How to Develop a Jack of All Trades Mindset and Never Be Bored Again

Being a jack of all trades means never being bored again. It also means building confidence, being adaptable, and being a good leader—but it requires the right mindset. Whether you want to branch out a little or wish you could do it all, this guide will help point you in the right direction. Read more...

Organizing household chemicals

The following tips are suggestions for organizing cleaning and other caustic chemicals in your home so that you don't encounter a hazardous situation. Post written by Jacki Hollywood Brown Let Unclutterer help you get your home or office organized. Show More Summary

The New Amazon Store Card Gives Prime Users 5% Cash Back

If you're an Amazon Prime subscriber and a fan of cash back rewards, Amazon's Store Credit Card may be worth a look. The store card gives owners 5% cash back on Amazon purchases every day, along with special promotional financing. Here's the skinny. Read more...

3 Keys to Staying Focused & Reaching Your Goals

It’s easy to drift. Life is hectic for all of us and if we’re not intentional about our direction in life we can easily wake up one day and wonder how we got where we are. A common complaint I hear from people, men in particular, is regret over not having done something in their life that they had always wanted or planned to do. Show More Summary

Save Fennel Stalks from the Garbage and Use Them Instead of Celery

Get everything you can out of your next fennel bulb by using the stalks, too. People often throw them away, but you can actually use them anywhere you would normally use celery—like in a homemade stock or a salad. Read more...

What If You Had to Work Only One Hour a Day?

I caught bronchitis last winter, and it lasted for more than a week. I spent much of the day sleeping or complaining. But of course, I still had to work sometime. My energy level was constantly low, but every so often I'd muster enough...Show More Summary

?Make a Coffeehouse-Style Matcha Green Tea Latte at Home

Those of you with a penchant for coffee drinks might already know that it's surprisingly easy to make your own lattes (even this year's ubiquitous pumpkin spice latte ). And if you're more of a tea drinker, it also happens to be incredibly easy to make your own green tea lattes, too. Read more...

If You Want Become an Expert At Something, Teach it to Someone Else

It seems natural to assume that teaching a skill learning means learning all about it first. Often, however, the best teachers are the ones who don't stop learning themselves. Read more...

Moving Your Wi-Fi Router Even a Couple Inches Can Improve Your Signal

As a general rule, most tech is more complex than it seems. Your Wi-Fi router, for example, can create dark spots with poorer reception in your home depending on your floor plan. You can potentially change these spots by simply nudging your router. Read more...

Create a Separate Chrome User Account to Reduce Distractions

It's easy to get distracted when the first thing your browser shows you in the morning is Facebook, Twitter, or your favorite site. Reduce the clutter by adding a separate, work-only account to Chrome. Read more...

The Tape Shelf

In the video above, a nifty method passed down from The Shortcut’s dad to avoid the crumbly mess that comes with drilling into drywall. All it takes is a little tape and a couple folds.

The Best US Airlines for Canceling (or Changing) Your Reservation

Airlines love charging fees, but the worst is when you need to change or cancel your reservation. These fees can end up eating up the entire cost of your ticket to make the whole process pretty worthless. It's not all bad news, though: some airlines have better policies than others. Let's break down which are the best and which are the worst. Read more...

You never need to apologize for how you chose to…

You never need to apologize for how you chose to survive. The post You never need to apologize for how you chose to… appeared first on Lifehack.

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