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It can be difficult to part ways with your items, even if you don’t need them, but sometimes you need to find a way to let them go. It might sound a little strange, but thanking your items before you say goodbye might help you move on.Read more...

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For a kid that’s never done laundry before, the whole operation may as well look like NASA getting ready to launch a rocket. Writing clear instructions on your machines in dry erase marker will make it easy for them to learn.Read more...

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Wireless internet is the most convenient thing since sliced bread...when it works. As one of the most frustrating parts of modern computing, we though it was worth a look back at some of our best tips for networking and Wi-Fi for today’s installment of Lifehacker’s 10th anniversary celebration.Read more...

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iPhone: It’s tough to keep mobile browsing private and secure, but one way to do it is to isolate some of your browsing away from everything else. Marcato is a browser that allows you to do that, essentially creating a bunch of private browsing windows that you can access quickly. Read more...

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Alkaline water is showing up on more and more grocery shelves—but it doesn’t offer any health benefits over its neutral-pH brethren. Read more...

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When you go about your daily work you inevitably deal with people who’s negativity drains you. How do you deal with an unhappy work environment? How can you use positive psychology to strengthen your career? Here to help is Michelle Gielan, author of Broadcasting Happiness.Read more...

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This 6,000mAh battery pack features a svelte design and a second USB port, which is a rarity at this size. Obviously, there are bigger battery packs out there, but this looks like a great option if you want something pocket sized. [Lumsing 6000mAh Ultra Slim Portable Power Bank, $10 with code EQVL973P]http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00KT26W0QRead more...

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iOS: Third-party keyboards in iOS didn’t quite live up to the hype for most of us , but ReBoard is a new keyboard that takes a different approach. The keyboard features a ton of links to other services like Wunderlist, your calendar, Dropbox, and more so you can easily send data from one app to another. Read more...

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Travel is a great experience, and we should all be so lucky to see different parts of the world. But there are probably some places you’ve been that you felt were overrated, or they just weren’t what you expected.Read more...

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Think twice before jailbreaking your iPhone . A recent rash of malware has helped hackers steal over 250,000 Apple accounts, the largest theft of its kind. The malware only affects jailbroken devices, but if you get pwned, hackers can not only peek your password but also make App Store purchases without your permission. [Gizmodo ]http://gizmodo.com/hackers-stole-... Read more...

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There are a number of factors that affect how much you earn in the professional world. Still, it’s interesting to know what you can expect to earn with a certain degree, and this tool will give you a general idea. It’ll also tell you what kind of debt load you can expect with your degree.Read more...

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It helps to have a drill nearby for making clean plunge cuts with your jigsaw . But when that’s not an option, you can still make a plunge cut using just your saw. Here’s how.Read more...

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It’s been a full three years since we ran a reader vote for best desktop mouse- an indispensable productivity tool. Tell us, what’s your mouse of choice for getting through the work day?http://lifehacker.com/five-best-budg... http://co-op.kinja.com/five-best-gami... Read more...

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There are a ton of browser extensions that promise to protect your privacy, which leads to some natural questions: Which is the best? Do they all do the same thing? What should I really download? In this guide, we’re going to look at the most popular browser extensions that promise to protect your privacy online, and give you our recommendations.Read more...

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Google has officially released an Android Wear app for iOS. While Google claims that the app only supports LG Watch Urbane, Huawei Watch, and Asus ZenWatch 2, news site The Verge says it works on several older models. You can download the new Android Wear app here.Read more...

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Moleskine’s notebooks are some of your favorites , and today the company is taking the wraps off of “Moleskine Pro,” a reboot of the original with some added features designed for productivity. The new notebooks feature detachable to-do lists, adhesive tabs for organization, numbered pages and a table of contents, and more.http://lifehacker.com/five-best-pape... Read more...

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Ever open a YouTube video in a new tab, only to find that it’s started playing without you? Or a page that starts playing music before you’re ready? Chrome’s latest update will now mute those by default, until you navigate to the tab yourself.Read more...

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Running in the urban heart of a metropolitan city can be a lot different than running in a quiet neighborhood or on a trail . The scenery can be an obstacle in its own right, and there are potential dangers that lurk literally around every corner. Fortunately, if you know how to navigate them, running in the city can be a great way to stay in shape.http://vitals.lifehacker.com/how-to-take-yo... Read more...

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Common investing knowledge is that you can expect a 6-7% return when you invest in the broad stock market. But where does this number come from? And is it accurate?Read more...

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Here are the best of today’s deals. Get every great deal every day on Kinja Deals, follow us on Facebook and Twitter to never miss a deal, join us on Kinja Gear to read about great products, and on Kinja Co-Op to help us find the best.Read more...

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Knowing how to make basic mother sauces that you can customize throughout the week makes cooking faster without sacrificing great flavor. You can do the same for your salads by creating a “mother” salad dressing to tweak before you serve.http://lifehacker.com/five-sauces-ev... Read more...

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I love a good waffle. That perfect combination of its crisp exterior and tender, fluffy insides is one of the few things that can get me out of bed before nine on a Sunday morning. Cook’s Illustrated’s new recipe, which uses seltzer for extra oomph, promises to make an already great thing even greater.Read more...

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If you’re in the market for a new set of headphones, we’ve spotted two great options on sale today. Read more...

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Deadspin Darren Rovell Says Racism Is Okay If The Market Approves; ESPNers Flee | Gizmodo The Case of the MH370 Wing Segment Keeps Getting Weirder | Jezebel Kanye West Is Running For President, Nothing Is Real | Kotaku Japan’s Coolest Looking Capsule Hotels |Read more...

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When you get writer’s block (or any other creative block) it can be tough to get past it. There are strategies you can use to get the juices flowing. They all have one thing in common: they involve actually doing the work. Why is that? According to author Jodi Picoult, it’s because writer’s block is just another name for procrastination.Read more...

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