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Places like Amazon and Target both have subscription shopping programs—you tell them what you need and how often, and they ship it to you at a discount. They may not always be cheaper compared to local stores or warehouse clubs, though.Read more...

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Tea is only second to water when it comes to beverage popularity—so popular that it's consumed as much as coffee, soft drinks, and alcohol combined. There's always time for better tea, though, so here are ten tips and tricks to take your tea to the next level.Read more...

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If you're not interested in trying to resuscitate the crispiness of your now-stale potato chips, you might as well do something else with them. Breaking them up into tiny pieces can make them a tasty breading.Read more...

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There's so many types of beer out there that it can be tough to decide what you want to imbibe. This handy flow chart is here to help you with that.Read more...

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When you're trying to minimize the amount of clutter you have around the house, there are a lot of things that can hold you back . Don't let guilt be one of them.Read more...

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Sometimes we're more than willing to work on our weaknesses, but the problem is we haven't taken the time to identify them properly. This exercise has you identify your traits and place them into three distinct categories.Read more...

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With creativity becoming a commodity that so many people trade on, it's more important than ever to have ideas constantly flowing. But are these creative careers only available to the gifted few? Not at all. Most ideas about creativity being an elusive muse just aren't accurate.Read more...

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iOS: We all know text expansion is great, but sometimes it's hard to remember the abbreviations you make. TypeSnippets solves this by making it a more visual experience.Read more...

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It's incredibly hard to shift someone's perspective to your point of view, but it's certainly not impossible. Harvard Business Review suggests finding someone's "OK Zone," and working from there. Read more...

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This week we visualized our work with a new productivity method , rejoiced at the ability to download Windows ISOs , found the best home improvements , and learned some basic design . Here's a look back.Read more...

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Unchanging scenery can make "dreadmill" runs the most boring kind. If you're training to cover distance—say there's a half-marathon on your calendar—here's a trick to keep your brain awake.Read more...

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Just because a product seems perfect doesn't necessarily mean there isn't room to squeeze just a little more usefulness out of it. Take the humble binder, or bulldog clip, as it's often called. Its simple design lets it keep giant stacks of paper in order, prevent loose cables from sliding off your desk—but with a tiny design tweak, it can also serve as a handy spot to hold a cup of coffee.Read more...

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Google's ITA Matrix is the power user's tool of choice to find flights, including cheap first-class fares and multi-city connections, but you can't book directly on the site. You can, however, use ITA Matrix codes on Hipmunk, another one of our favorite travel booking sites .Read more...

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Windows/Mac/Linux/Android/iOS: VLC is hands-down one of the best media players around and today it gets a little better by adding an in-app extensions store, playback resuming, and more. More importantly, the iOS version of the app returns to the App Store.Read more...

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You might already have a bug out bag or emergency kit , but those aren't any good to you if you're not carrying them when an emergency happens. This DIY bracelet packs a ton of survival tools on your wrist so you're prepared for just about any adventure.Read more...

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Accumulating debt may seem like falling into a steep ravine and trying to climb out with nothing to hold on to. But there are some resources and methods you can arm yourself with to take control of (and pay off) your debt. Here's how to get started.Read more...

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Where you live makes a big difference in how much you pay for rent. The cost to rent is increasing in the U.S. overall, but some cities are seeing higher price hikes than others. Here are the metro areas with the highest rent increases in the past year.Read more...

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If you're planning an overseas trip anytime soon, today's Amazon Gold Box features Level 1 Rosetta Stone packs in over a dozen languages for $69 each. [Rosetta Stone Language Software, $69]Read more...

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If you are short on time and space to manage your own compost pile , but need it for your thriving garden, there is a cheap—and sometimes free—way to get it.Read more...

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Yesterday, the internet erupted into pandemonium after someone posted a poorly exposed photo of a dress that slowly drove people insane. It was hilarious. But now it's over . If you don't want to see one more blog post, Facebook share, or glib tweet about the damn dress, you can block them from appearing in your feed.Read more...

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Most of us have a tendency to diminish our accomplishments. Someone congratulates us, and we tell them, "ah, it's no big deal." We don't want to seem boastful. But it's okay to address your wins, and you can do it modestly by focusing on your hard work.Read more...

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One day, our parents won't be able to drive, to climb stairs, or maybe even change their own clothes or feed themselves. As painful as thinking about this might be, we need to prepare to help them be comfortable and safe in their last stages of their lives. Here are the things to consider.Read more...

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There are so many great productivity strategies out there, sometimes it's tempting to try many of them at once. But for more effective results, try one tip at a time.Read more...

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Gawker What Color Is This Goddamn Dress? | io9 The "What Color Is This Goddamn Dress?" Debate Explained By Science | Jezebel You Know What Color This Dress Is? 'FUCKING UGLY' | Kotaku The Best Stupid Jokes About That Stupid Dress |Read more...

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