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The Card Guide Teaches You How to Make the Most of Your Credit Cards

Some credit cards can be very rewarding, but the best way to use your credit cards isn't always obvious. Wallaby's card guide is a primer on all things credit cards—from what makes up your credit score to how to avoid losing your credit card rewards. Read more...

If Facebook is Making You Unhappy, You're Doing It Wrong

You may remember the “Facebook is making us unhappy” headlines that were popping up just about everywhere last year, and like most people, you probably wondered if the news wasn’t just a little overhyped. More »      

How to Turn YouTube Into the Ultimate Streaming Music Service

Rumors made the rounds recently that Google was going to create a music subscription service for YouTube. Why wait, though? YouTube is already home to millions of songs for your listening pleasure, if you know how to use it. Read more...

Deals: Save on Samsung SSDs, 10TB of Storage, Car Tech [Deals]

By now, you should know that the Samsung 840 EVO is one of the best SSDs you can buy, and the 250GB model is only $119 today, and the 500GB model is down to $200, both the lowest prices Amazon has ever offered. Read more...

Unitasker Wednesday: DestapaBanana

This may be the most unitaskery unitasker of all time -- the DestapaBanana from Argentina. 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 Difference Between Knowledge and Understanding Is Empathy

RogertEbert.com's Matt Zoller Seitz has penned an excellent piece on what white privilege really means, in response to all the horribleness that has been happening in Ferguson. He reminds us that there's a very big difference between knowing something and truly understanding it. Read more...

Acknowledge the "Reverse Gap" to Be Happier with Your Life

We all have goals for the future. Most of us tend to think of them in terms like "Once I am financially secure, I'll be happy." A better alternative may be to look backwards, instead. Read more...

Pushbullet Now Syncs Clipboard Content Between Android and Windows

Android/Windows: Pushbullet is easily one of our favorite cross-platform syncing tools, and today it gets a little better. Now the service includes universal copy and paste (if you use Android and Windows, of course.) Read more...

What Should I Do With My Old, Orphaned 401(k)s?

Dear Lifehacker, I've worked a few jobs, and all of them have offered 401(k) retirement plans. The trouble is, when I leave a company, that 401(k) is still there and I don't know what to do with it. Now I have three or four from former companies just sitting around. What should I do with them? Read more...

Limelight Brings NVIDIA's Shield-Style Game Streaming to Android

Android: NVIDIA's Shield device is a pretty stellar way to stream your PC games to a handheld. It's also expensive. Limelight allows you to use similar software to stream your games to an Android device. Read more...

A year ago on Unclutterer

2012 What’s on your summer to do list? Organizing for next year’s summer events Plan next summer’s fun activities using these four simple steps. 2011 Ask Unclutterer: Traveling with jewelry Reader Katie is looking for a way to keep her … Continued Post written by PJ Doland Let Unclutterer help you get your home or office organized. Show More Summary

Money Advice the Experts Don't Agree On: Going to College

Borrowed money is generally categorized as "good debt" and "bad debt." Bad debt means taking on debt for things that depreciate in value—like a sound system. Good debt is debt used for an investment. Real estate, for example. Or a college education. Show More Summary

How Interrupting Your Sleep Can Silence Your Doubts and Boost Your Creativity

Are you the type of creative person who only generates ideas and solutions when you’ve had your full eight hours of shut-eye? Or perhaps you find your mind firing off with so many bright ideas that you sometimes find it hard to get to...Show More Summary

Remember Win Tracks Achievements and Motivates You with Reminders

iOS: Remember Win is a good-looking app with a single purpose: to make you feel good about yourself. You can track all your wins, small or big, and then be reminded about them for some inspiration. Read more...

Identify What You Are Shy About to Build Your Personal Brand

Shyness might be a habit you can get over, and you need to do that to build your personal brand. But first, you need to understand what you are shy about and then stick to areas of comfort. Read more...

4 Must Have Character Traits to be Successful

Will people buy from you if you are not a good person? Yes. Then does it matter if an entrepreneur is a good person or not? Yes it does. Over the past few years I have stumbled across a dozen or so articles which listed the traits of successful entrepreneurs. Show More Summary

Build Your Own Sawhorse Desk for More Work Space

It's great to have an excuse to break out the power tools, and even better if you find a project that will give you more storage or work space. These sawhorse desk plans, which are available for a variety of skill levels, offer both. Read more...

Make a "No Guilt Agreement" with Friends When You're Too Busy to Meet

Trapped in a "cult of busy", you tell your friends you can't meet up, and they've probably said the same thing to you. It happens. But to maintain that strong bond, you need to stop guilt-tripping each other. Read more...

Set Up Custom, Automated Out-of-Office Replies for Your Twitter

When you're going on vacation and disconnecting from Twitter, you don't want people to think you're ignoring them. An automated out-of-office reply can take care of that, and Amit Agarwal of Labnol shows you how to do it. Read more....

The Hidden Benefits of Talking to Strangers

We're told from a young age to not talk to strangers. While that's great advice in many circumstances, it's not a perfect rule. Sometimes, talking with the occasional stranger can have surprising benefits to your well being. Let's take a look at some of them. Read more...

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