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Bar carts save space and keep all your drink supplies handy, but can be expensive, if you find a good one. This one is easy on you wallet, totally customizable, and affordable. All it takes is a trip to IKEA and some supplies.Read more...

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Oat bars (“flapjacks” if you’re British) make a great, chewy, on-the-go breakfast or snack, and these fruit-packed babies can be made in mere minutes using the microwave.Read more...

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Need something to pass the time while you’re spending the summer with the family (or just day drinking) in the yard? These lawn games are heavily discounted today only, and some are already starting to sell out.Read more...

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Getting your first paycheck from a new job is exciting. Before you get too eager to go out and spend it, take this opportunity to double-check it for any problems sooner rather than later.Read more...

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You’re going to be asked to invest in a lot of long-term things in your life. A house, a car, a retirement plan, heck even your TV are all investments. Before you get started, though, ask yourself if you really understand what you’re getting into.Read more...

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Why are sidewalks laid in sections, rather than one long strip of concrete? Simple: It’s so that when the ground inevitably shifts, the stone breaks in a controlled way, rather than ruining the job. You can use that same principle in your own life when stress comes your way.Read more...

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You don’t need a lot of gear to build this elastic tool holder. A piece of scrap wood, some elastic stretch cord, and some heavy string. That’s about it. It’s simple, effective, and works great with a pegboard system for organization and accessibility.Read more...

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What the insults we throw say about us, the amazing and unusual history of bananas and banana flavoring, some ramen-eating tips from a master, and much more, all in this week’s Lifehacker Brain Buffet!Read more...

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If you like your bass, trout, branzino, or other fish with super crispy skin, you need to dry it out a little before you get cooking.Read more...

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Sitting in front of a screen all day can wreak havoc on the spine. Our posture changes, and that can cause some serious long-term damage. Dr. Eric Goodman, creator of the Foundation Training program, offers these three no-equipment exercises to help.Read more...

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Outside of Black Friday and coupon mistakes, there aren’t a lot of chances to save money on SONOS. Take advantage of today’s promotion to snag an Amazon gift card with your new speakers. Gift card amounts vary depending on which SONOS products you buy.Read more...

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Vegas is one of the most popular travel destinations in the States, and depending on when you travel, you can often score a great deal on flights. Vegas.com looked at flight data from the past two years to come up with the best time to book, depending on your region.Read more...

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More employers are beginning to offer flexible work options to let employees work at a time that fits them best, rather than a strict 9-5 job. This is nice, but it can turn your schedule into chaos. Before that happens, build your schedule around your delivery dates.Read more...

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It might feel strange to head to the baby food aisle when you don’t need to feed a baby, but if you ever make a dish that requires pureed fruit or vegetables and you don’t want to do it yourself, it’s your best destination. You’ll get a flavorful puree without unnecessary additives or ingredients.Read more...

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Get set for your next trip to the beach, the trails, or the backyard with today’s deals.Read more...

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When you really need to keep your files safe and secure, you need encryption. We’ve covered the basics before , and even rounded up your favorite encryption tools , but today we’re putting two of the most popular options for Windows head to head to see which one is the best at keeping your sensitive data safe.Read more...

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I love brining meat—it produces super juicy and flavorful results, but you usually need a ton of salt, sometimes spices, and of course, water—not to mention a place in the fridge to store everything. This “dry brine” method cuts all of that down, and cuts down the time, to get the same delicious results.Read more...

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Bar none, Sport-Brella is the ultimate beach umbrella , and Amazon’s discounting it to just $36 as part of a Gold Box deal, today only.Read more...

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Every week, we share a number of downloads for all platforms to help you get things done. Here were the top downloads from this week.Read more...

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If you’re looking to tighten your budget so you can put a few more coins in your piggy bank, this simple approach will get you spending less and curb your desire to constantly be buying things.Read more...

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A quick salad is a great way to use up leftovers. If you’re not sure what that leftover salmon, boiled eggs, steak, or grilled chicken in your fridge is destined for, this graphic will help you build the perfect salad around it, and whatever else you may already have in the pantry.Read more...

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If you’ve ever looked at someone else’s life and wondered how they get so many things done in the day, you can finally get an answer. This graphic breaks down how the average American spends each individual hour of the day.Read more...

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You’ll find no shortage of tips from many of the most successful and powerful people on how to find your “passion”, or what you truly love to do. Here’s a simpler way: gauge how you feel about opening your laptop.Read more...

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Just because you negotiated a great deal on your next car doesn’t mean you have a handle on the total cost. Some people go to the dealer and are shocked at all of the extra charges that are tacked on to the price, but there are several ways to tell which ones are legit and which are bogus.Read more...

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