15 Things Highly Confident People Don't Do Highly confident people believe in their ability to achieve. If you don’t believe in yourself, why should anyone else put their faith in you? To walk with swagger and improve your self-confidence, watch out for these fifteen things highly confident people don’t do. Five Best Android Phones I have to admit, even though I nominated the HTC One X before, after some thought to it, I think I'll actually vote for the Galaxy Nexus. I mean, I'm just lusting after the HTC One X because it's so new and spec'ed out, but if I take in overall user experience, the Galaxy Nexus is definitely much sleeker looking and more fun to use. On a side note, can anyone tell me if it matters whether the HTC One X has a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 vs. a dual-core Qualcomm Snapdragon? I was so disappointed when I saw that Rogers had the dual-core version, but honestly, I don't know whether or not it makes a real difference, or if I'm just overthinking the whole "quad core vs. dual core" thing.
8 Important Reasons To Let Go Of People Who No Longer Play An Important Part In Your Life There comes a point in every person's life when he or she parts ways with someone: ex, friend and anyone in between. Upon first meeting this person, there's a sweet beginning, but once you come to really know each other and grow comfortable, you suddenly realize that the relationship no longer brings any particular value to your life and is perhaps, even detrimental. Sometimes, we hold on to people purely based on how long we have known them. Time can tie people together, but if you feel as though there's nothing substantial keeping you connected, time is not a strong enough reason to hold on to something that's simply no longer worth holding onto.
The Most Popular Android Phones Among Lifehacker Readers I think a lot of people do. That said, I also think there's a clear line of where Android phones went from crappy to good, and the chart reflects that. The Droid was insanely popular, but everyone seems to have ditched it. The Droid Incredible and Droid X are not that much newer than the original Droid, but are still two of the top phones on the list, because they're still pretty awesome. The G2 is a beautiful device, too. Still one of my favorites. How To Become A Morning Person You’ve heard it before: Getting up early is good for you. Luminaries from Ben Franklin to Ernest Hemingway to Michelle Obama have endorsed the lifestyle. And studies have shown that being awake in the early-morning hours can boost creativity, help with weight loss, and make you happier. But what if getting out of bed at the crack of dawn seems like the equivalent of scaling Mount Everest after downing a bacon double cheeseburger?
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How to Survive Deadly Bites and Stings from Wild Animals As a follow-up to an earlier post on surviving deadly animal attacks in the wild and another one on relieving a jellyfish sting, listed below are things you should do (and shouldn't do) if you are ever bitten or stung by potentially poisonous wild animals. In general, seek professional medical attention as soon as possible if there is any possibility of infection from a poisonous animal and wash the infected area with soap and water. Though you may be eliminating all possibilities of acquiring superhero mutant powers from radioactive spiders and other radiation-laced creatures, it's probably not worth the risk of getting a painfully infected, fluid-filled blister afterwards or being hospitalized for a really long time. Got other tips or stories relating to wild animal bites and stings? Share with us in the comments below!