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Maybe you enjoy living in a big city, but you're deterred by the expense. If you're looking for city living on a budget, check out Kiplinger's list of the most affordable ones across the U.S.Read more...

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You may be pledging to eat healthier, but chances are that restaurant down the street has different plans . Restaurants know exactly how to trick your mind into eating the items that make them the most money, rather than the item you may actually want.Read more...

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Building your first PC can be an overwhelming experience—there are just so many different components to choose from. ChooseMyPC gives you a starting point by asking a few questions, along with your budget.Read more...

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Costco warehouses pack some serious deals, but some things just aren't the most bang for your buck. We've covered some of the things you should and shouldn't buy at the bulk buying super store , but here's four more items you can cross off your list.Read more...

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I'm not really lazy, but I like to keep things simple and put a minimal amount of effort into thinking about what gear I'm carrying. Here's my usual daily setup.Read more...

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When your curiosity is piqued, your brain is capable of learning or memorizing better than when something is not as interesting to you. A recent study suggests your brain's chemistry is the reason why, and that you can use it to your advantage.Read more...

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Of all the different types of negative people, complainers can be the most frustrating. One way to derail their pity party is simply by asking how they plan on dealing with the situation.Read more...

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You're dishes are starting to pile up in your sink and forming into a formidable opponent. Instead of putting off washing them because it seems like too much work, just clean as many as you can with one soapy sponge.Read more...

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Good news for Office 365 users: OneDrive cloud storage is now unlimited, if you're an Office 365 subscriber. The change is rolling out today for Home, Personal, and University accounts at no additional cost. Read more on the OneDrive blog.Read more...

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Even professional market analysts have a hard time pinpointing the forces that can possibly explain why the market goes up and down. But there is one thing that seems indisputable: There's no shortage of brain forces at work when it comes to investing.Read more...

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Gawker New York Housing Is Great, As Long as You're Rich and Live Elsewhere | Gizmodo How Corporate Greed Is Trying to Kill Apple Pay | Jalopnik Car Reliability Is A Myth | Kotaku LeVar Burton Reading Go The F**k To Sleep | Kinja Popular Posts Read more...

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iOS/Mobile Web: Learning a new language is difficult. HiNative enables users to get feedback from folks who speak that language natively. Read more...

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You've just spent an hour in yet another fruitless meeting. Worse yet, it went halfway into lunch. Yaaay. Qoffee solves this problem by setting an agenda that you'll actually stick to.Read more...

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Keeping an eye on four metrics could help you estimate your lifetime risk of a heart attack. Understanding your risk could lead to prevention and action to lower the risk.Read more...

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You've mastered your lenses, you know which f-stop to use with your eyes closed, and you know how to get the perfect shot every time. Now what? Many amateur photographers look towards freelancing as a way to make a few bucks with their photos, but where to start?Read more...

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iOS: We all know that easily changing the brightness of your phone is a big perk for nighttime usage. In iOS 8, you can set your home button to toggle your screen brightness level on your iPhone or iPad. Read more...

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We all hold ourselves back by staying within our comfort zones. By analyzing your current beliefs, you might be able to shift them and break free of the ones that cage you. Read more...

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Amazon has experimented with Prime-exclusive deals in the past, but things are getting kicked into high gear now. Here's a whole page of Prime-exclusive discounts on Vizio TVs and sound bars, all the way up to 70 inches. If you aren't a member, you can sign up for a free trial. [Vizio]Read more...

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As a fitness coach and the co-founder of Fitocracy, I've been exposed to the success stories and fitness challenges of countless people. When they fail to meet their fitness goals, people often tell me that they don't have innate talent. Instead, they should think of fitness as a skill to be refined and improved upon.Read more...

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Sitting on a plane, in a car, or in a waiting room with nothing to occupy your mind is frustrating. Play the noticing game: actively notice everything in your environment to avoid pure boredom in a waiting situation. Read more...

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Android: You've got hundreds of photos you've collected over the years. You don't want to pore through the pile picking out the good ones. Slidepick helps you get rid of the junk with a simple feed using Tinder-like gestures to swipe away photos you don't want, and keep the ones you do.Read more...

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With most business being done digitally, you might think that business cards don't matter anymore. But they can offer a lot. Here's why they're still important for business and how you can get the most out of yours.Read more...

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Your to-do list probably fills up pretty quickly. When the things on your list get overwhelming, motivation starts to drop. Combat this by picking the three most important items and giving them their own, top priority list.Read more...

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iOS: Nothing is worse than making multiple trips to the hardware store because you had to learn from your mistakes the hard way. For $5 per question, Fountain connects you with experts via video chat to answer your questions about your home and garden.Read more...

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