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50 Life Hacks to Simplify your World

These low-budget tips and trick can help you organize and de-clutter space; prolong and preserve your products; or teach you something (e.g., tie a full Windsor) that you simply did not know before. Most of these came from a great post on tumblr. There is also a great subreddit ‘r/lifehacks‘ with some fantastic tips as well. 20. Separate egg yolks like a boss 40. Sources – muxedo task: 99 Life Hacks to make your life easier!

If you enjoyed this post, the Sifter highly recommends: 40 Clever Life Hacks to Simplify your World. Back in January the Sifter posted 50 Life Hacks to Simplify your World.

40 Clever Life Hacks to Simplify your World

The post went on the be one of the most shared articles in the history of the website. At first I was surprised, but soon realized that we all want to simplify and improve our lives; especially when a solution to a common problem is cheap, effective and easy to-do! After spending a lot of time sifting through reddit’s Life Hacks subreddit, BuzzFeed’s endless Life Hack posts and wading through a ton of Life Hack pins on Pinterest, I came up with the list below. Another 40 tips that will hopefully simplify your life!

What the Milgram Experiment says about Human Evil. When one human attempts to force another human into doing something that they don’t want to do against their will and against their interest, it’s considered violence. There are forms of violence which show no marks, which leave no trace, and – most disturbingly – force the victim into thinking that they agreed to it. Whenever someone says something like “I really don’t want to argue with you” and they mean “This is already decided and I want you to shut up”, they’re doing that. When someone makes an intern stay in till 3 AM working on a report, they’re doing that. When someone politely shoehorns someone into doing something they don’t want to do, they’re doing that.

Nurse Ratched is really polite, and she’s also totally evil. Submission To Authority Polite hostility often flows from the top of a hierarchy down. Society expects you to put up with shit form people above you, and to dump it on people below you. Get Started Investing with Very Little Money. 1. create a budget that helps you spend less than you make. 2. pay off credit card debts and other short term non-essential debts. 3. start emergency fund in either a savings account or a money market account. save up to $10,000 or 3-6 months of expenses. 4. contribute to employer 401k program up to at least your company's matching limit.

Get Started Investing with Very Little Money

Use a mix of bonds and stock index funds, allocating something like your age as the percent you put in bonds. 5. start a Roth IRA, using a similar mix of assets as in #4. contribute regularly until you reach a level where your 401k/IRA contributions are more than 10% of your income. 6. consider opening a brokerage account or a mutual fund account for additional excess funds. 7. if you have the time and interest consider investing in individual stocks. Periodic Table of Storytelling. George Orwell's 11 Golden Rules for Making the Perfect Cup of Tea. In 1946 English novelist and journalist George Orwell published an essay in the Evening Standard entitled "A Nice Cup of Tea.

George Orwell's 11 Golden Rules for Making the Perfect Cup of Tea

" For everyone who's ever believed there's an art to making a good cup of tea, you'll definitely enjoy Mr. Orwell's 11 "golden" rules for the perfect cup. Read the full essay below: Originally published January 12, 1946 in the Evening Standard. If you look up ‘tea’ in the first cookery book that comes to hand you will probably find that it is unmentioned; or at most you will find a few lines of sketchy instructions which give no ruling on several of the most important points. This is curious, not only because tea is one of the main stays of civilization in this country, as well as in Eire, Australia and New Zealand, but because the best manner of making it is the subject of violent disputes. When I look through my own recipe for the perfect cup of tea, I find no fewer than eleven outstanding points. First of all, one should use Indian or Ceylonese tea.