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Bags don’t always have to go on your back or over your shoulder. Case in point, Everyday Carry reader Sergey’s pocket-sized bag.Read more...

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Bar soap always ends up crumbling into tiny, unusable bits as the bar gets worn down that inevitably just dissolve while slowly getting gross in the corner of your shower. This carved out body sponge puts them to good use so you never waste them again.Read more...

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AT&T is set to launch their new online television streaming service, DirecTV Now, later this week. It’ll start at $35 a month for over 60 channels without any longterm contract, and all you need is an internet connection.Read more...

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If you have a lot of books on your bookshelf, alphabetizing it by author or title will make it easier to find specific books in the future. Here’s the fastest way to do it.Read more...

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When you don’t get along with someone, having a conversation with them can be infuriating and agonizing. It’s a situation that’s best avoided, but sometimes you can’t get away. Here’s a way to make those talks productive.Read more...

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The shower head that came preinstalled in your home or apartment is probably terrible, but if you don’t have the cash to upgrade it to a Delta In2ition, the Delta 75152 is a fantastic option at an all-time low $17.Read more...

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Running injuries are the worst. They sap your motivation and force you to sit on the sidelines, watching your hard-earned fitness go down the drain. If you’re anything like me, you’ve had your share of running injuries that put a quick end to your running goals.Read more...

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The perfect bite of salad has every one of its ingredients represented. But if you just throw a bunch of greens and other things together, you’ll be stuck with big leafy bites that miss out on some serious flavor.Read more...

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Apple is well known for its overbearing rules and regulations about what can be sold in its stores. However, as How-To Geek reminds us, that doesn’t mean either of Apple’s app stores aren’t filled with garbage. The Mac App Store is no exception.Read more...

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Kids are ready to learn about saving, spending, and more at fairly young ages—but they need your help to really understand. This graphic gives some great suggestions for lessons you can teach kids at each age.Read more...

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The Braun Series 7 is your favorite electric razor, and Amazon’s marked it down to an all-time low $109 today, complete with a cleaning and charging base. That’s still a lot of money, but it rarely drops below $160, so I say treat yourself.Read more...

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The Motorcycle Safety Foundation course, for those of you not in the know, can best be summed up as motorcycle driver’s ed. In some states, it will waive the skills portion of your license test. In others, it will reduce your insurance rates. In all, it’s a good way to learn the bare-bones mechanics of how to operate…Read more...

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When you’re looking for good deal online it can be easy to forget that you’re giving your money to corporations whose business practices you don’t necessarily agree with. DoneGood aims to offer sustainable and ethical alternatives in your feed so that you don’t need to do all the research yourself.Read more...

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iPhone: Castro is a great podcast manager for people who prefer to focus on individual episodes as opposed to full subscriptions, and today an update makes accessing those podcasts much faster.Read more...

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There are always a few hiccups when you jump ship from one platform to another. If you’re switching to Android from iPhone, for example, don’t forget to disable iMessage. Read more...

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There’s something to be said for saying “yes” to things. You never know what potential opportunities there are in saying yes to an extra project at work or volunteering your time somewhere. However, there’s a problem with this too: you can stretch yourself too thin. Read more...

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When you disagree with a corporate policy, think your coworker’s idea is terrible, or are convinced your boss isn’t going to get the best results with the program she wants to implement, the solution seems easy: Voice your opposition—right?Read more...

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Thanks to fancy new upgrades like neural network learning, translation apps like Google Translate and Microsoft Translator are better than ever. They can translate almost anything you want. But you shouldn’t lean on them when you travel. In fact, I think you should use them as little as possible—if at all.Read more...

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It’s smart to periodically check in on your goals, spending plan, or investment portfolio, but you also want to reevaluate your monthly bills and expenses every now and then, too. If you haven’t looked for a better car insurance policy for a while, it might be time.Read more...

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SSDs are obviously great upgrades for PCs with spinning hard drives, but it’s also really easy and affordable to turn one into a high performance external drive. Crucial’s MX300 525GB SSD is marked down to $100 today, an all-time low.Read more...

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Credit card minimum payments are designed to keep you in debt for a long time. The more you pay each month, obviously, the quicker you’ll be debt-free. To put a timeline on it, check out this chart from Business Insider. It tells you how long it’ll take to pay off your debt, depending on how much you pay every month.Read more...

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Whether you skip caffeine to get better sleep or have trouble waking up either way, this quick breathing exercise boosts your energy and helps your brain wake up. Try it in the morning, or even in the mid-afternoon when you’re starting to drag a bit.Read more...

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Vantrue’s popular dash cams are back on sale, and this time around, you get to choose from a whopping five different models.Read more...

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When you dread having to do a task, you put it off. You probably view it as cumbersome and tedious. However, in many cases, you might actually enjoy the task once you’re doing it. Remind yourself of how you feel while getting stuff done to get the motivation to start.Read more...

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If you have a fireplace that can be controlled remotely, why not use your voice to turn it on? With a little Raspberry Pi magic, you can turn on your fireplace with Google’s fancy new voice-controlled speaker.Read more...

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