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Why Myer And David Jones Have Embraced Aldi-Style 'Streamlining'

Australian department store retailers David Jones (DJ) and Myer have both recently moved to rationalise the number of clothing brands they offer in their stores. This strategy brings two common retail sayings to mind. First “to win in retail, you can’t be everything to everyone”, and second, “if you’re not growing, you’re going backwards”. More »      

The Procrastination Fallacy of Working Better Under Pressure

Are you tired of feeling pressured and rushed? Try a simple two-step solution.

Remove Grass Stains from Your Clothes with Sugar and Water

Grass stains on your clothes can be challenging to remove. But, rubbing in a little sugar before washing can help break down those stains so they come out in the wash. Read more...

Reset Siri's Training Data to Force It to Relearn Your Voice

Siri does a pretty good job of learning your voice and dialect so it understands you. However, if you’ve found that it’s not doing a its job, Mac Observer points out that it’s easy to reset and start anew. Read more...

Record Videos of Apps in Windows 10 with the Built-In Xbox App

If you ever need to record a video of an app on your screen in Windows 10, the built-in Xbox app has a recording tool that may fit the bill. Read more...

Showgoers Syncs Up Netflix So You Can Watch Movies with Remote Friends

Chrome: Sometimes you just want to watch a movie with a friend who lives in another state. Instead of trying a countdown to sync up your viewing, Showgoers syncs up Netflix for you. Read more...

De-Mystifying the Dark Corners of Windows: The Registry, DLLs, and More Explained

If your Windows chops extend in any capacity beyond novice, you’ve no doubt encountered the ever-cryptic Windows Registry, DLL files, User Account Control, and other tools with seemingly dark and mysterious powers. Here, we’ll explain some of Windows’ most confusing features, so you know exactly what’s happening when you go to edit them. Read more...

How to Break Through a Running Plateau

It happens to all of us at some point in our running: our improvements stop. Our race times flat-line. And we wonder, “Is this all I’m capable of accomplishing?” Performance plateaus in running are common—but thankfully, almost all runners can reach new levels of performance if they work hard and smart. Read more...

Pocket Beta Adds New Recommendations Tab to Find New Articles

Web/Android/iOS: Pocket has always been a bookmarking service, but they’re experimenting with a new way to find articles in a public beta, which is available right now to check out. Read more...

This Simple Windows 10 Tweak Could Reduce RAM And CPU Usage

A new Windows operating system just arrived and with it, a truckload of fresh tweaks that’ll help it run faster, leaner and better. It’ll take a while before we’ve collected all the good tips but for now, here’s one that might make your experience with the OS a little snappier. More »      

Google Addresses Chrome's Memory Woes With Native 'Tab Discarding'

Browsers have become one of the most memory-intensive applications you can run and while vendors such as Google and Firefox have gone to great lengths to keep things under control, for some users, it’s still not good enough. In fact, Chrome will introduce a rather drastic measure in an upcoming version — tab “discarding” — to help alleviate the issue. More »      

A Brief Guide to Quitting a Bad Habit

By Leo Babauta There aren’t many of us who don’t have some bad habit we’d like to quit: smoking, sweets, shopping, nail-biting, porn, excessive checking of phones or social media, other distractions … The problem is that we think we don’t have the willpower, faced with past evidence of failure after failure when we’ve tried […]

10 Useful Books On Time Management Recommended By Entrepreneurs

We all know that the most precious resource in life is time. Once lost, you can never rewind the clock.... The post 10 Useful Books On Time Management Recommended By Entrepreneurs appeared first on Lifehack.

8 Daily Problems Only Left-Handed People Would Understand

Let’s face it: this world was meant for righties. Being left-handed can be exhausting, and sometimes downright excruciating. But what... The post 8 Daily Problems Only Left-Handed People Would Understand appeared first on Lifehack.

11 Ways Ultra-Productive People Do Things Differently

Do you feel that you aren’t nearly as productive as you would like to be? If so, don’t worry, because... The post 11 Ways Ultra-Productive People Do Things Differently appeared first on Lifehack.

8 Things Energetic People Do Every Day

It doesn’t matter who you are or what you do — if you don’t have energy, you don’t have a... The post 8 Things Energetic People Do Every Day appeared first on Lifehack.

8 Important Questions You Should Ask In Every Job Interview

Job interviews aren’t just about selling yourself and proving you’re the right person for the job, they’re also an important... The post 8 Important Questions You Should Ask In Every Job Interview appeared first on Lifehack.

10 Important Work Skills You Need To Acquire Before 2020

Humanity has seen more technological progress in the last 100 years than in the previous several thousand. Because of this, the... The post 10 Important Work Skills You Need To Acquire Before 2020 appeared first on Lifehack.

How Depression Can Actually Be A Good Thing

Depression is a mood disorder that causes persistent feelings of sadness and loss of interest. This affects how you think,... The post How Depression Can Actually Be A Good Thing appeared first on Lifehack.

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