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25 Amazing Life Hacks You Won't Believe You Didn't Know

25 Amazing Life Hacks You Won't Believe You Didn't Know
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26 Great Household Tips for Every Room in Your Home 26 Great Household Tips for Every Room in Your Home These are awesome!! Some easy ones I had never seen before. Want more tips? Skip to toolbar 99 Life Hacks to make your life easier! - Imeimei 50 Life Hacks to Simplify your World Life hacks are little ways to make our lives easier. 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:

Réaliser ses rêves, c'est possible Août 2013. En arrivant à New York, j’ai cette sensation d’être happé par quelque chose de plus grand que moi. Quelque chose qui m’emporte et qui prendrais soin de moi. Et alors que tout va si vitre, je me souviens ! Y’a quelqu’un qui m’a dit « Tu verras, New York est une ville énergisante ». Il faut dire qu’avec la niche dans la quelle je suis, le côté viva America me tape sérieusement sur les nerfs. Aussi suis-je arrivé sur place avec un a priori pas vraiment en faveur de Big Apple. Voir New York, penser New York Vue du sud de Manhattan Et je suis venu, et j’ai vu. J’ai grandis avec cette ville au travers des séries télés de mon enfance, j’ai vécu de loin le 11 septembre, avec ce côté « ils l’ont cherché, ils l’ont trouvé, mais merde, pas New York quoi… ». La skyline de Manhattan. New York, ses pubs démesurées, ses immeubles haut comme la Tour Eiffel, se balader le nez en l’air, la clim dans le metro, des gens venant du monde entier, un carrefour des mondes. L’Amérique se mérite.

5 Reminders We Could All Use Right Now #2. It's Totally Fine to Not Have an Opinion Comstock Images/Comstock/Getty Images Let's not bullshit here. Creatas Images/Creatas/Getty Images"You know, d0nGBlasTeR69 has a good point." That does not in any way make them bad people. That doesn't mean I have to stay out of the discussions, but I'm not about to make a vocal opinion on the trial itself because I'd be talking out of my ass. I think a considerable amount of people feel that if they don't chime in, people will think they don't care. David Sacks/Lifesize/Getty Images"Hey, can anyone give me a quick rundown of Texas senate procedures?" It's perfectly fine to just stay out and read from a distance. Also, there is no debate about it. #1. Photodisc/Digital Vision/Getty Images Assholes tend to stick out like middle school boners. It's called negativity bias, and it's as much a part of human nature as getting hungry or saying "collaborate and listen" after someone tells you to stop. BananaStock/BananaStock/Getty Images"No, Mr.

10 Laws of Productivity You might think that creatives as diverse as Internet entrepreneur Jack Dorsey, industrial design firm Studio 7.5, and bestselling Japanese novelist Haruki Murakami would have little in common. In fact, the tenets that guide how they – and exceptionally productive creatives across the board – make ideas happen are incredibly similar. Here are 10 laws of productivity we’ve consistently observed among serial idea executors: 1. Break the seal of hesitation. A bias toward action is the most common trait we’ve found across the hundreds of creative professionals and entrepreneurs we’ve interviewed. 2. When our ideas are still in our head, we tend to think big, blue sky concepts. 3. Trial and error is an essential part of any creative’s life. To avoid ‘blue sky paralysis,’ pare your idea down to a small, immediately executable concept. 4. When working on in-depth projects, we generate lots of new ideas along the way. 5. 6. 7. 8. Few activities are more of a productivity drain than meetings. 9.

MacGyver TrickLife.com Portrait of an ENTJ As an ENTJ, your primary mode of living is focused externally, where you deal with things rationally and logically. Your secondary mode is internal, where you take things in primarily via your intuition. ENTJs are natural born leaders. They live in a world of possibilities where they see all sorts challenges to be surmounted, and they want to be the ones responsible for surmounting them. They have a drive for leadership, which is well-served by their quickness to grasp complexities, their ability to absorb a large amount of impersonal information, and their quick and decisive judgments. They are "take charge" people. ENTJs are very career-focused, and fit into the corporate world quite naturally. There is not much room for error in the world of the ENTJ. The ENTJ has a tremendous amount of personal power and presence which will work for them as a force towards achieving their goals. ENTJs are very forceful, decisive individuals. ENTJs love to interact with people. Careers for ENTJ Growth

6 Harsh Truths That Will Make You a Better Person 2017, motherfuckers. Yeah! LET'S DO THIS. "Do what?" Feel free to stop reading this if your career is going great, you're thrilled with your life, and you're happy with your relationships. Via Upscalehype.com For the rest of you, I want you to try something: Name five impressive things about yourself. Note: I originally posted this in December of 2012, and to date it has drawn more than 20 million page views and been shared on Facebook more than half a million times. #6. Getty Let's say that the person you love the most has just been shot. Getty"OK, which one is the injured one?" You ask, "Are you a doctor?" The guy says, "No." You say, "But you know what you're doing, right? At this point the guy becomes annoyed. Confused, you say, "How does any of that fucking matter when my [wife/husband/best friend/parent] is lying here bleeding! Now the man becomes agitated -- why are you being shallow and selfish? Getty"I don't get it. Getty"Here's that shit you needed. #5. "Nice guy? #4.

PICTURE JOKES » Just some advice :) First post, 3 years in the lurking. This is me and my Papa (grandpa) He went on a trip last Friday… … and returned on Sunday to find his home of 50 years burnt to the ground. He built that home, but had no insurance (the foundation was on lava rocks). He lived there with Granny until she died. My house burnt down 17 years ago. There was nothing left for me, my mother, sister, and brother. The shirt I had on my back… it’s all I have from my childhood. 0stumbleupon New

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