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Every time you spend money, you're making a decision. Maybe you made the decision in the past, or maybe you remake it every day, but every dollar spent is a choice. If you want to save money, pay attention to those choices, rather than just the price.Read more...

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Reality TV and dramas get tiresome. Sometimes you want a little something smarter to watch, and that's where XiveTV comes in. The service offers thousands of hours of documentary programming on topics from history and culture to space science and medicine. And yes, nature docs and wildlife adventures are in there too.Read more...

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Android/iOS: We've talked about the benefits of interval training on a stationary bike before , and while there are a ton of apps and guides to help you get started, Interval Clock is a customizable interval training app that will get you started quickly, help you find an effective workout, and still leave you free to switch things up as you choose. Read more...

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We spend a lot of time worrying about our physical health, but we sometimes neglect our mind in the process. To maintain good mental health, you can practice "emotional hygiene" in the same way you practice good bodily hygiene to help maintain physical health.Read more...

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You have a billion options for camera bags and gear setups out there, but reader ddakki shares his simple, but effective daily carry that includes everything he needs.Read more...

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When your schedule is packed but you still want to eat healthily, salads make great to-go meal options . Put together a salad that will fill you up and stand up to storage by opting for ingredients that will stay crisp.Read more...

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Time management can be tough, but it often comes down to not being truly aware of how you spend your time. This formula forces you to examine your time usage while making it plain and clear what you can and cannot do in the time you have.Read more...

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Planning your or your family's meals ahead of time is a great way to beat stress and save some cash. If you're not up for doing all that cooking alone, you can host a freezer meal party and cook with your friends.Read more...

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I spent the first 20 years of my life "feeling bad" about my thoughts. Obese me would drive by a McDonald's and experience immense guilt for feeling hungry. Similarly, after a perfect week of dieting, the temptation to raid my fridge led to feelings of moral failure. But feelings aren't what matter—actions do.Read more...

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If you have kids and they love to watch YouTube on your phone or tablet, Google's new app YouTube Kids makes it easy for them to watch parent-controlled, kids-only content.Read more...

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We all know Tinder's the go-to for hookups, but it turns out it's also a pretty killer way to ask around and find the best bars and restaurants in a city.Read more...

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Making coffee is a daily ritual for many of us; it's a simple pleasure and often necessary part of starting the day. It's no surprise then that coffee and the different ways to make it elicit strong opinions from its dedicated, caffeinated drinkers, who all have their preferred method and bean.Read more...

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Oil pulling, the ancient practice of swishing oil in your mouth for what seems like forever, is touted as a great way to keep your teeth clean and cure a variety of ills. The claims are mostly hype, though.Read more...

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Ever needed to share a bunch of files with a group of people but didn't feel like carrying on your laptop to do it? Over on Node, Chris Robinson put together a guide for building a tiny file sharing beacon that shares anything you put onto its micro SD card.Read more...

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You've turned up the brightness on five great desk lamp contenders, and now it's time to put a spotlight on the best. Read up and vote.Read more...

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Steamy showers make for foggy mirrors. But if you want to walk out of the shower to a clear reflection, a little car wax can help with that.Read more...

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Not everyone gets money back at tax time. If you owe the IRS, and you don't have the funds to pay for it, you might plan to put the payment on a credit card. But it could actually be a better to work out a payment plan with the IRS.Read more...

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Not too long ago, ordering something online meant waiting weeks before it was delivered. That's all changed. Now there's a good chance you can order something and have it in your hands overnight, or even the same day. Let's look at some of the services that make this possible, and what types of things you can get from them. Read more...

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One of the most common things you will see in automobile purchase agreements is the statement that there are "No Warranties – Express or Implied." The problem is that a seller cannot disclaim an express warranty. Every car sold today in the U.S. will come with express warranties, despite this false disclaimer.Read more...

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Failure happens to the best of us, but it can still be completely ego-crushing. And when your ego is crushed, it's easy to give up. Don't let failure take down your goals. Prepare for it with a "failure expectation" plan.Read more...

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It's not as fancy as some other Logitech Harmony remotes, but the Harmony Smart Control can still control up to eight devices, and a bundled smartphone app takes the place of many features that would normally be found on the remote's built-in screen. [Logitech Harmony Smart Control with Smartphone App and Simple Remote, $100] TechRead more...

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Every household needs a step stool, and one that doubles as storage is even better. You can build this step stool in an afternoon using basic tools and pine boards from your local home center. Read more...

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Credit card programs offer some serious perks, from cash back to free flights. Savvy card users know how to get the most out of these rewards without overspending, and one way to play the credit card rewards game responsibly is to buy gift cards.Read more...

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It can be easy to ground ourselves with the notion that we don't have—or weren't born with—the talent to succeed. While some people may naturally have the upper hand in some skill sets, being successful at something really comes down to dedicating yourself to develop and master skills. Talent is just a starting point.Read more...

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