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For many, car ownership is a necessary burden, and if you're treading water financially, it can be tough to keep up with your car payments. Here are your options when you're struggling to pay.Read more...

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You can keep everyone charged up and happy on long road trips with this three-port, 32W USB car charger. It's a newly-released item, but promo code FB9WX7J8 knocks the price down under $13. [Bolse 3-Port 32W USB Car Charger, $13 with promo code FB9WX7J8]Read more...

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We're used to being told "you can do it", "never give up", and "you can do whatever you want to do". But there are limits. If you spend time chasing impossible goals, you are just wasting energy that could be used more productively.Read more...

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Android: You might not think about coding from your phone, but that could just be because you haven't yet found the right app. Turbo Editor is a free file editor for Android that includes syntax highlighting for a number of languages.Read more...

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Next time you need to break off from a game of Scrabble, chess, or cards, forget spending time carefully moving the game out of the way. Just take a photo and you can easily pick up from where you left off.Read more...

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Whiskey, olive oil, truffle oil, and meat are some of life's finer pleasures. But more often than not, we pay too much for products that end up being a scam, or worse, no different than the cheap stuff. Here are just a few of the more popular types of artisanal goods you might be wasting money on.Read more...

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Procrastinating feels lazy. You know you shouldn't, but you do it anyway because work is hard. Planning, brainstorming, and discussing feels productive because you're talking about doing stuff. If you don't move to action, though, there's no difference between the two.Read more...

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Keeping yourself, your money, and your possessions safe during travel is important, but can sometimes be difficult due to scams. This can be especially daunting when you stick out as a tourist, making you an easy mark to spot for local tricksters. Read more...

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Most of us having a checking and savings account—that's pretty standard. But there are a handful of other kinds of accounts offered by banks and credit unions. We thought we'd put together a primer on the basic types of accounts, so you can see which ones might work for you.Read more...

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Android: The Humble Bundles have always been a great way to score sweet games, books, audiobooks and soundtracks. Now, with the latest app update, you can download all of it directly to your Android phone.Read more...

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Web: Whether you're designing a website or making your resume look better, the right fonts can take it to a new level. Typ.io makes it easy to learn which fonts complement each other. But it's difficult to know which fonts complement each other. Typ.io wants to make that easy.Read more...

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A cordless drill is a handy tool to have around, but it can do a lot more than drill holes. Here are some interesting attachments that go beyond your typical set of bits. Read more...

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Not all credit cards are alike. Some offer low interest rates, some have no fees, but others offer great rewards on travel, cash back, and other perks. This week we want to know which ones you think are the best.Read more...

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Whether you're shopping for books, music, software, or video games, the web is full of "bundles," or discounted packs, where you can get lots of goodies at a discounted price. Let's build a list of the best bundles around the web that offer good stuff at great prices—whatever that stuff may be. Read more...

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College dorms normally don't give you a lot of space to play with, and with tight student budgets, many dorms just end up with a mishmash of furniture haphazardly arranged. Flickr user lorby351's room, however, is different.Read more...

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Investing money the right way is a tough code to crack—that's why having a financial advisor is a good idea. Financial advisors probably handle their own investments too, and that's why you should ask them what they do with their money.Read more...

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We've talked about the benefits of Facebook Messenger , but if you're still not convinced, The Guardian shows off a handy little trick to access your messages in the iPhone Facebook app without installing the Messenger app. Read more...

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Whatever your ideal type of travel is, these wallpapers can remind you of past trips or help you dream up future ones. Almost all seven continents are represented and ready for you to download.Read more...

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If you're looking to renovate a home or taking a look at new places to live, you should know the pros and cons of various flooring types. This visual guide covers nine different flooring types and how they rate when it comes to cost, durability, difficulty of installation, and how easy they are to clean.Read more...

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Sure, you love your favorite after-hours activity now, but will you love it when it's your only source of income? Turning your hobby into a business is a big decision, and you need to ask yourself a few questions before taking the plunge.Read more...

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The email app Mailbox was updated today with support for 19 new languages, a new spam marking function, Passbook support, and a few other bug fixes. You can grab it right now in the iTunes App Store.Read more...

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Everyone has a backlog of work they need get done at one time or another, but actually getting to it is a pretty daunting task. One way you can help yourself take it on is by imagining you're preparing for vacation and you need to get it done before you leave.Read more...

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It happens to the best of us. You meet someone at a party, then three days later you run into them at the grocery store and can't remember their name. The Atlantic takes a look at why that is.Read more...

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iPhone: We're fans of CARROT , the to-do app that makes you work for your success by adding a bit of hostility to your to-dos. Today, it adds some new features, including a new speech synthesizer, a new story chapter, and more. Read more...

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