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What exactly is a "life hack"? It's any simple tip you might stumble upon that changes your life or at least some aspect of it. It's basically a trick that will help make life easier. Life hacks aren't easy to come by and often surface at the most unexpected moments. But you can always take a shortcut and go to Reddit's Life Pro Tips to take a look at a treasure trove of the most amazing life tips and tricks. We've rounded up 33 of our favorites that will change the way you live.
I’ve edited a monthly magazine for more than six years, and it’s a job that’s come with more frustration than reward. If there’s one thing I am grateful for — and it sure isn’t the pay — it’s that my work has allowed endless time to hone my craft to Louis Skolnick levels of grammar geekery. As someone who slings red ink for a living, let me tell you: grammar is an ultra-micro component in the larger picture; it lies somewhere in the final steps of the editing trail; and as such it’s an overrated quasi-irrelevancy in the creative process, perpetuated into importance primarily by bitter nerds who accumulate tweed jackets and crippling inferiority complexes. But experience has also taught me that readers, for better or worse, will approach your work with a jaundiced eye and an itch to judge.
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With her acclaimed Balanced Life Planner system now available to Levenger customers, New York Times bestselling author Julie Morgenstern (Time Management from the Inside Out, Never Check E-Mail in the Morning) is delighted to collaborate with Levenger to bring her unique, tangible time management strategies to life in the Circa product line. “Every time-management system must be designed from the inside out, based on the way you think, your natural habits and your goals,” Julie says. “Planning is a time for deep reflection to make decisions on how you are spending your time in relation to your dreams, goals and ideal balance.”
Wake up! Isn’t it great when someone shakes you up in the morning and makes absolutely sure you’re up? If you’re a serial snoozer like me, you know all about stretching your alarm from five more minutes to two more hours, only to realize you weren’t really up and thinking straight when all of it happened.
4 Simple Steps To Getting Anything You Want in Life Step 1. Give Your Mind a Clear, Specific Target by Knowing *Exactly* What You Want. Step 2. Create a Burning Desire By Knowing *Exactly* Why You Want It (What will having what you want give you that's important?
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How you read and interpret a job posting has a huge impact on your perception of how qualified you are, how you’ll customize your resume and, ultimately, your ability to get the interview. Often job seekers read a job description, hoping it’s the right job for them. So, they only look for what might match their experience and qualifications rather than understanding what the company is really seeking. As a result, they are often surprised they didn’t get chosen for an interview… because the the description seemed to be a close fit.
By all accounts, the 2013 tax season has gotten off to a sluggish start. The primary culprit is the fiscal cliff deal, having created changes in our tax laws that delayed the release of many of the forms necessary for the completion of our tax returns. Walmart recently reported that its U.S. stores have cashed about $1.7 billion in refund checks this year. Last year at this time, the amount was closer to $3 billion.
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The Internet has been awash with hype about Clear since it was first announced and demoed by developers, Realmac Software . The app finally hit the App Store last week and is already proving itself a worthy competitor to the hordes of other list-making apps available for the iPhone . It’s cheap, simple and very easy to use but is Clear (launch price $0.99) worth a dollar when a pen and paper has served us so well in the past?
Happy New Year! A recent question posted to “AskMeFi” — the popular crowd sourced question and answer subsite of Metafilter.com — asked users to suggest products that were priced differently , depending on market and intended use. The example offered was food-grade mineral oil, which is costly when marketed and sold as butcher block oil, but inexpensive when marketed and sold as a laxative (as much as $1.74 per ounce versus as little as $.29 per ounce). Same product, different market, different intended use, different price. The next time I buy a bottle of butcher block oil, I'll visit RiteAid instead of Williams-Sonoma.
When you’re trying to eat healthily, exercise daily and generally be good to your body, it can be a bit of a drag without regular inspiration and motivation to keep you going. Plus, we all like to find tips and hacks that will make the process of getting into shape easier for us. So, where do you get your inspiration? One cool way to get inspired is to look at some of the best infographics out there. These have been compiled to get all the best information to you in the most visual way possible.
Millions of Americans are missing out on billions in forgotten cash. Currently, states, federal agencies and other organizations collectively hold more than $58 billion in unclaimed cash and benefits. That's roughly $186 for every U.S. resident. The unclaimed property comes from a variety of sources, including abandoned bank accounts and stock holdings, unclaimed life insurance payouts and forgotten pension benefits.
The world of music is constantly changing. Vinyl, cassettes, CDs, and now MP3s – and that means that we’ve gone from analog to digital. The best thing about digital music, in my opinion, is that you can purchase it in full online without ever leaving the seat of your desk. But the latest question in online music purchases is - where ?