The Best Time to Buy Guide Timing is everything, it seems. Knowing when is the best time to buy that new car, house or lawn mower could be the difference between saving hundreds if not thousands of dollars every year. That's why we created the Best Time to Buy Guide for over 75 products and services. Before you make another major purchase, check with this guide to know when the best time to buy is. Big Appliances The new models for large appliances roll out in September and October, so stores will be working to make room by discounting previous models. Some stores will keep older inventory in stock through the holiday months and then reduce what ever is left at the beginning of the new year.
5 Ways to Trick Your Body Into Being More Awesome The human body is a miracle. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't always be finding ways to game the system to gain a little bit more of an advantage. We've previously shown you how to hack your brain into overdrive and pointed out that your body hides all sorts of secret powers from you. You just have to know how to make it give up its secrets.
How to Have More Control Over Your Emotions: 10 steps Edit Article Edited by Ben Rubenstein, Sondra C, Nicole Willson, Kyle and 29 others Becoming emotionless can be a very useful tactic to deal with problems that might be better handled with less heart and more brain. Understanding Fonts and Using Them for Your Benefit When it comes to developing a technically sound and fully functional website, the industry experts are often heard as saying “content is king.” However, what they do forget is there is something quite as important, if not more, as the content itself. It is the typography or the fonts being used to publish and display that content. Start your Year Right: Free Printable Geo Thank You Cards How about we all start the year with some gratitude? I have made these Thank You cards to share with you guys - they're perfect to give to the people who gave you gifts, you visited, etc etc this past holiday season. So why not download them and send one now :) These are available in three designs:
Ask the iTunes Guy: iTunes tips 101 [Ask the iTunes Guy is a regular column in which we answer your questions on everything iTunes related. If there’s something you’d like to know, send an email to the iTunes Guy for consideration.] I get lots of questions about some of the basics of iTunes. These are things that may not be that obvious, but are practical to know and can make your use of iTunes more efficient.
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You're Googling Wrong One of the first things you learn in Google's Power Searching class is that if you know about the magic of CTRL+F then you are in the top 10 percent of all searchers. That made someone like me, who uses the word find function on the regular a little cocky about my searching skills, as I embarked on Google's free online class which teaches you how to type words into a search box. The thing I didn't realize, however is that it takes a lot of other, more obscure skills to move into the top 1 percent of savviest Googlers. If you don't know the CTRL+F skill, learn it now. It's easy: pressing CTRL on Windows or ⌘ on Macs and F at the same will prompt you to enter a word or series of words that your browser will then highlight on that page. OK.