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In the United States, many are beholden to an “always on” work standard, where emails, texts, calls, Slack messages and even meetings follow you home well after the workday should have ended. Some jobs even require workers to answer emails and messages when they’re otherwise busy with doctors appointments or tending…Read more...

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Amazon’s digital assistant can now control some of your smart devices for you—without any prompting needed. But before you start dreaming about a day when Alexa will have your coffee ready for you in the morning and your car already warming up in the garage for your commute, know that her powers have been slightly…Read more...

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Disney World has released a doughnut grilled cheese sandwich unto the world and, for some reason, not everyone is delighted. Even though this is tame as far as stunt foods go, some accounts (and some people) are play-acting at being shocked over a fairly mundane sandwich.Read more...

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Your excitement for blockbuster flicks may have vanished after coronavirus closed theaters and murder hornets came on the scene, but most of the movies we forgot about are on their way back in 2021. After long postponements—several, in many cases—these 19 movies have new premiere dates that should get you excited to…Read more...

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It’s never nice to critique somebody’s body in their social media post, nor to tell them they’re doing an exercise wrong (even if you really think you’re right). For men, negative comments like these are an occasional annoyance. For many women, they’re constant. So let’s talk about what you can do about them.Read more...

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If you or someone you know has an Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator (ICD), you may want to avoid using an iPhone 12. According to a recent study in the Heart Rhythm Journal, the iPhone 12 and its accessories can interfere with an ICD’s behavior, and even stop it from working.Read more...

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It’s time to stop giving out your real phone number around the web. If you can avoid it, don’t link your phone number to your various online accounts, because if (or when) those services are breached—as just happened to Facebook and, almost, TikTok—your number will hanging out in the open for anyone to mess with. Worse…Read more...

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It’s the quickest way to suck the joy out of buying a cute new top: You peel off the long sticker labeled with the size of the garment, and it leaves behind a relentlessly sticky residue that attracts lint and dust. Next thing you know, there’s a discolored rectangle in the middle of your brand new shirt. The most…Read more...

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Some of us can be a little too diligent when dealing with email or text spam—because whatever you do, you shouldn’t click “unsubscribe” links or text “stop” in reply, as they literally mean “subscribe” and “please, go on” to illicit spammers. Read more...

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Last Sunday evening I remembered that I had a pork tenderloin sitting in the fridge. I had taken it out of the freezer two days before, and was suddenly gripped with anxiety over it going bad before I had a chance to cook and eat it. I had been planning to bop over to SF Market to grab some shio koji to marinate it…Read more...

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You might already use Spotify to supply a round-the-clock soundtrack of music and podcasts while you navigate work and life, but the platform is giving you another reason to keep its app open all day with a new offering: Audiobooks.Read more...

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Our kids’ online lives can feel like a bit of a mystery. Particularly if they are into gaming, they might sit—headphones on and behind closed doors—for hours at a time, leaving you wondering who they’re interacting with and what those conversations are like. If that’s the case, one popular gamer has advice for…Read more...

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Finals, due dates, exams, and deadlines all have one thing in common: they convince us that skipping sleep is a good idea. While that’s certainly not true, sometimes pulling an all-nighter is your only option to get things done. And if you have to go that route, you may as well do it right.Read more...

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You can finally drag-and-drop email attachments from Outlook into Microsoft Teams. Sure, it took nearly five years for the feature to show up, but it’s here.Read more...

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Even though 39% of marriages end in divorce, people obviously don’t expect to be divorced when they first get married. And for that reason, many are unaware of the costs—divorce proceedings can set you back anywhere between a few hundred dollars and tens of thousands, depending on the situation. Here’s a look at why…Read more...

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I hate walking a lot less than running, but little is more exciting than spending an hour outside in the boring blah of suburbia. Give me hills, trails, water—anything but asphalt and walking past six different Starbucks across three blocks. And while Apple can’t make trees and lush landscapes grow out of nothing, the…Read more...

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The pandemic has forced us all to slow down in a myriad of ways. Our schedules are not as packed as they once were, and our legs have not had to carry us from here to there and back again with the frequency of yore. I personally feel myself sinking into hibernation mode; I am most likely to be found huddled under a…Read more...

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There are two types of bagel eaters—those who eat their bagels one half at a time, and those who eat them as a sandwich, even if cream cheese is the only filling. If you are a member of the second group (like my boyfriend), the following tiny-but-smart hack is not for you. But if you are a member of the first group…Read more...

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Microsoft Surface Pro 7 w/ Type Cover | $699 | Best BuyRead more...

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If you haven’t been out testing the waters of the job market for a long time, dusting off your resume may feel like unearthing a relic from centuries past. But once you have it ready, you might be wondering about the best potential format for dispersing it among all the employers who may want to hire you.Read more...

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Aukey Wireless Charger Stand | $22 | Amazon | Clip Coupon + KINJACE9Read more...

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As runners, we’re often hard on ourselves. I’m so slow, you might think as you check your watch. Or: my feet hurt, am I starting to get a blister? Or the perennial favorite: Oh god, I’m only halfway. But a new set of mindful running tracks from Headspace, featuring comedian Kevin Hart, got me thinking about my inner…Read more...

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