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Oatmeal is often thought of as a sweet breakfast option that is fast and easy to make , but you can turn it into a lunch or dinner option by topping it with savory veggies.Read more...

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Most baking recipes call for room temperature eggs. This is important because eggs function better when they're between 68º-70ºF: they bind more easily to other ingredients, take on more volume, and disperse more easily in batter than they would otherwise. But what if you've forgotten to take the eggs out ahead of time?Read more...

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Velcro cable ties are one of the most popular items we've ever listed , and at $6 for a 100-pack, it's easy to see why. If the back of your home theater or your desk is a rat king of tangled wires, this is absolutely one of the most economical ways of wrangling them. Amazon has them in stock today with a slight backorder (which means they might sell out soon), but they're absolutely worth the wait. [100 Velcro Cable Ties , $6] Read more...

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Figuring out what to fit into your diet can sometimes feel like playing tetris. This nifty web app allows you to explore different foods by different features, such as calories or carbohydrates.Read more...

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Paying down debt can feel like a never ending task, but dealing with it is a habit like any other. You can use similar habits to the ones you use to work out to start dealing with your debt.Read more...

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Android: You don't have to try very hard to take too many photos with your phone anymore. Gallery Doctor will help clean up the garbage by identifying photos that are too similar, or finding the ones that have poor lighting and may not look very good.Read more...

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It's easy to remember the pile of things you have to do in the future. Once it's done, you'll probably forget it quickly. At the end of every week, write down what you accomplished that week so you have something quantifiable to show for it.Read more...

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This Sunday, most states in the US will be "springing forward" an hour in time—and losing some precious sleep. To make the adjustment easier, try living in the future on Saturday.Read more...

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Physical pain can be intimidating. Whether it's a soreness after waking up, a sports injury, or an unexpected twinge, pain can be scary if you aren't mentally prepared to deal with it. We spoke to a few experts to learn how you can deal with—and prepare for—physical pain without feeling overwhelmed or freaked out. Read more...

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Today's featured workspace waxes nostalgic with vinyl records and vintage phones, cameras, radios, and a WWII US Airborne jacket.Read more...

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A wedding is a time to celebrate, and that means lots of dancing. If you feel like you have two left feet, but still want to cut up a rug at an upcoming event, these are the moves that can help make you look like you know what you're doing.Read more...

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Last week, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, U.S. Food and Drug Administration, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a report highlighting the foods most likely to cause illnesses due to bacterial infection. Here are the most common suspects in your kitchen.Read more...

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When you've developed a habit of complaining about things, it's not always easy to shut it down . An easy way to help yourself stop is by catching yourself in the act and adding a positive spin to it.Read more...

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The "cloud" is a common computing buzzword with multiple uses; you might store your music in the cloud, or perhaps host a website. But that doesn't mean there's one server hosting your site—rather, the individual servers of yore are being replaced with virtualized machines. It's the cloud.Read more...

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We've heard time and time again that boredom is a necessity for creativity , and musician Dan Deacon really drives that point home with the above quote from in an interview with NPR.Read more...

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Google is offering up a preview of the new version of Google Contacts today. Contacts gets a big visual overhaul to make it easier to manage your contacts and see everything you've been talking about. Read more...

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If you want to add a file or application to your dock, you can always just click and drag it over. Or, as OS X Daily points out, you can just use a keyboard shortcut from Finder.Read more...

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Switching to organic apples because they top the "Dirty Dozen" list of produce with the most pesticides? You may want to reconsider. It turns out the "Dirty" foods are fairly clean, and organic foods aren't free of pesticides anyway.Read more...

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Nobody likes a dumb typo, but thankfully, you can correct those mistakes if you make them on Instagram. It's a feature that's been around for a while, but it's a bit buried and you might not have noticed it. Read more...

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If you're tired of your current job, it might be easier to switch to a new career if you build on the skills you already have and find a compatible career. The government's mySkills myFuture can help you there.Read more...

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We've looked at BitTorrent Sync before as an alternative to Dropbox for sharing large files across your devices. Now, the service has updated to version 2.0 and with it comes a new Pro tier.Read more...

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Neuroscientists and psychologists keep discovering more health benefits from mindfulness meditation. And luckily, it's a simple practice, that virtually anyone can do. But how do you get started, and how do you get the most rewards from the practice? Here's our quick and easy guide to meditating.Read more...

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There are no classrooms that teach you basic hygiene growing up. Your parents may do what they can, but a surprising number of people make it to adulthood with gaps in their knowledge. We're here to help fill those gaps.Read more...

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