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Maybe age is just a number, but if you’re dating a younger partner or considering pursuing one, it’s important to consider certain questions before taking things further. Depending on what you want in life and in your relationships—from sexual desires to children to emotional fulfillment—there are crucial…Read more...

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While no one really wants to watch YouTube videos on displays as small as the Apple Watch, it can come in handy if you want to watch something quickly on-the-go or refer to the next step in a tutorial for fixing a leaky faucet. In those cases, WatchTube is the Apple Watch app that will let you watch even if your…Read more...

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The price of a gallon of gas may still be hovering around $5, but that’s not stopping people from hitting the road for the upcoming July 4 weekend. In fact, experts at the American Automobile Association (AAA, aka “Triple A”) expect 47.9 million people to travel at least 50 miles from home between June 30 and July…Read more...

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A limewash treatment can help you achieve an aged, textured look on a variety of surfaces—in particular, it can be a great way to accent one wall to create a focal point of any room. The method was originally used for brick and masonry, so it works the best on a porous surface, but with the variety of paint products…Read more...

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Unless you’ve recently blown a fuse and suddenly found yourself without electricity, it’s probably been a while since you’ve spent some time at your circuit breaker box. But you might want to take a quick look at it today to see if it’s one of the 1.4 million electric panels being recalled for overheating. Here’s what…Read more...

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As personal privacy features go, WhatsApp has the basics covered (setting aside the privacy policy, anyway). You have end-to-end encryption, two-factor authentication, and the ability to stop people from randomly adding you to groups. But something WhatsApp always lacked was control over these privacy features: You…Read more...

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When your brand is $150 million animated films released direct to streaming (Turning Red) and TV series that cost the budget of a small feature film per episode (The Mandalorian, The Book of Boba Fett, Marvel TV, et al.), you’re going to need to take some time off now and then to recharge. That’s what’s going on in…Read more...

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If you’ve ever thought of a partner as “needy,” in a way, you might be right—according to attachment theory, an anxious attachment can develop in adults who received inconsistent caregiving and did not have their needs met in childhood. Anxiously attached adults often seek approval, support, and reassurance from their…Read more...

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There are two types of overnight guests: planned and unplanned. The planned guests tend to be family and friends on vacation or in town for the holidays. The unplanned tend to be drunk friends and/or hookups. (Friend can be hookups of course, but not all hookups are friends.) In either instance, it pays to have a…Read more...

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It’s summer, and that means one thing: wretched goddamn flies getting all up in my yard, ruining my barbecues. How can I keep them away this year, once and for all? How can I—and you—drive flies, gnats, and other flying pests back from whence they came so they stop bothering us in our yards? The short answer is: You…Read more...

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We buy fitness trackers and install health-related apps because we want to be healthier, so it seems natural to chase whatever metrics the apps give us. But those metrics are there because they’re easy for an algorithm to measure and judge—not because we’ll be healthier if we try to max out every score every day. Here…Read more...

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Shaving isn’t mere personal hygiene, it’s an art. Or it can be. If you’ve been using an aerosol shaving cream and disposal razor, you’ve certainly left room for improvement. When using the wrong tools, shaving can feel like a painful chore—literally, if nicks, cuts, and razor burn are an issue for you. That’s why true…Read more...

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Energy bars—those dense squares of nutrients that bring to mind 1970s dystopian sci-fi movies—offer obvious benefits. They’re convenient, delivering a full serving of calories and nutrition without any prep; they’re shelf-stable; they’re perfect for those busy moments when preparing a more traditional meal isn’t…Read more...

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Reddit is an invaluable internet community, but when it comes to search, it’s far from perfect. This network of communities is full of useful information, on-point memes, and interesting debates, but trying to find the specific content you’re looking for is far more difficult than it should be (so much so that many…Read more...

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Warmer weather and boozy beverages go hand-in-hand. A beer on the beach, a mojito by the pool, a hidden flask at your niece’s graduation—day drinking hits different than your glass of wine with dinner.Read more...

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July’s full moon is the event of the year, lunatics: The biggest, brightest moon of 2022 rises on July 13. Look to the Southeastern part of the sky at moonrise for a lunar treat.Read more...

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When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade, but that only takes care of the fruit’s flesh. Lemonade does nothing to mitigate a barrage of lemon peels, but the solution is once again a beverage: Limoncello.Read more...

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You may have already bought your baby an adorable sun hat and a bottle of sunscreen, but there are a few other considerations you’ll need to make to be sure baby’s first beach trip is a success. (To be clear, you still need the adorable hat and the sunscreen, though.)Read more...

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Last week, comedian Caleb Hearon took to Twitter to bluntly voice his displeasure with Airbnb, proclaiming, “i’m done with airbnb lmao these motherfuckers have curfews, quiet hours, and chore lists now. i will be at a HOTEL.” The tweet created a bit of a pile-on (33K retweets and climbing), with a…Read more...

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Have you ever expected a small item in the mail, only to receive an envelope with a hole in it and no item to be found? It happened to me when a childhood friend said they would send me a special pen, and it happens to the recipients of untold numbers of spare keys, according to one postal worker who took to Reddit to…Read more...

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As reported by How-To Geek, Chrome 103 is arriving today for all Chromium-based browser users. While the list of new features is small this time around, there are three new options for desktop browsers, as well as one new change for Chrome on Android. If you want to see websites load faster and have more notification…Read more...

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When you need to send a web page (or any document) as a PDF, you have a lot of options that don’t involve using Adobe’s paid Acrobat app. Most methods are integrated right into your device’s operating system, and only a couple of clicks or taps away. Whether you’re on a computer running macOS or Windows, or you’re…Read more...

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Summer afternoons are tough, especially when you’ve hit that post-lunch slump—you still have work to do, but your brain has checked out for the day. The next time that happens, maybe mix up an iced mocha cola, which I find to be a perfectly caffeinated. easily customizable combination of coffee, chocolate, and…Read more...

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If you’ve been following the news lately, you might have heard that Justin Bieber was recently diagnosed with a rare neurological condition called Ramsey Hunt Syndrome, which has caused partial paralysis of his face. Ramsey Hunt Syndrome is caused by partial reactivation of the varicella-zoster virus, which causes…Read more...

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