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iOS: The latest version of Todoist brings some useful new features to an already feature-packed app. A new, single “quick add” bar lets you type your task along with due dates, labels, and more, and the app’s intelligent input organizes everything for you. Multi-item editing is new, as are colorful themes to personalize your view. Read more...

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Making fitness excuses is like farting in public. Whether you like it or not, you'll probably do it at some point. By keeping a fitness journal and understanding the psychology behind excuses, you can catch them before they develop.Read more...

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Days off are as precious as they are rare. It should be surprising, then, that so many of us throw them away so quickly by using them to catch up on yet more work. Cut it out.Read more...

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Amazon is celebrating World Backup Day with great deals on everything you need to keep your data safe. Inside, you'll find routers, range extenders, powerline adapters, hard drives, and NAS boxes from several manufacturers, most of which are marked down to all-time low prices.Read more...

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posted about 21 hours ago on lifehacker
Using your debit card may seem like a smart way to avoid adding to your credit card debt, but doing so can lead to card declines later due to how those charges work. Here are a few examples.Read more...

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The simple answer to loneliness is surrounding yourself with other people, but that’s not always an option—or something you want. Here are some less-obvious ways to help you keep your alone time from making you feel lonely.Read more...

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Being a student means you need to keep your bag as minimal as possible while still having everything you need for the day. Lifehacker reader Gavin Porter shares the bag he uses to get things done. Read more...

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Most of us could use more counter space, but a simple folding bracket from the hardware store could be the solution to your storage woes. Install one and you can add working space when you want it, and then fold it away when you don't.Read more...

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You’re probably aware that few things in life are ever truly free, but it’s still important to think of the other costs associated with “free” stuff. More often than not, a freebie will cost you something that’s far more valuable than anything else you have: your time.Read more...

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Like the thousands upon thousands of games it hosts, Steam has secrets.Read more...

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Over time, couch cushions can start to get a little droopy and sad. You can perk them back up again by adding some extra fluff to the inside of each cushion.Read more...

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"I've ruined my diet" is a motivation-crushing phrase. We like to think that we're a pretty trustworthy analyst of our own fitness lives, but we're often wrong—and making our own bleak analysis can actually cause a bad outcome.Read more...

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Some spots are really tough to vacuum no matter what extension you use. If you put a toilet paper tube on the end, you can shape it to fit almost any nook or cranny.Read more...

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Multitools are awesome, but multitools that integrate into your day-to-day wear are even better. If you’re a fan of using hair clips, the Clippa adds in a screwdriver, wrench, trolley coin, ruler, and knife.Read more...

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Intervals are a great way to improve your speed and endurance for running, but what should you do between those intervals: walk or jog? It turns out the answer depends on your goals for that workout.Read more...

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Everyone loves dogs, but that pup might not seem so cute when you come home to a chewed up sofa and trash strewn across the kitchen floor. Training is an essential part of dog adoption and ownership, as even the sweetest pooch doesn’t always behave the way you’d like. Read more...

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Starting today, your Google+ photos will be accessible from Google Drive as well, where you’ll be able to manage them just like your other files. A little ominous for the future of Google+ perhaps. Read more on the Google Drive blog.Read more...

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Android: If you’re tired of switching between your accounts just to see all your new email, Gmail has finally added a unified inbox view that shows all your messages, from all accounts, in one place. Read more...

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iOS: 1Password for iOS got an update today that drastically improves the extension and makes it easier to use 1Password with other apps. It’s now about as feature-packed as the desktop extension. Read more...

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Craigslist is a great place to find inexpensive stuff, but it can also be dangerous. To combat crimes, police departments across the country are offering "safe zones" for Craigslist transactions.Read more...

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Most of us agree: the world could use a little more financial literacy. Everyone talks about the need for financial education in schools. But if it were up to you, what exactly would you teach?Read more...

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Choosing the right summer camp can be pretty daunting. Navigating a world of camp types, subjects, and fees can all be a pain, whether you’re the one going or you’re looking for something for the kids to do this summer. Here are some tips that will make the process a little easier. Read more...

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April showers bring landfills of cheap umbrellas ripped inside out by wind and wear and tear. You deserve a better rain-blocking device, so head for the comments and tell us which 'brella is best.Read more...

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A few members of the Lifehacker staff (Whitson, Thorin, and Kristin) are in Los Angeles this week, and we want to get together with you guys and hang out. If you’re in LA (or nearby), come join us for drinks and old school arcade games at EightyTwo downtown (Google Map here) on Thursday, April 2nd! Sorry, 21 and up only. Read more...

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