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Student loan debt can be suffocating. If you're a teacher, or work in healthcare, relief may be available in the form of little-known loan forgiveness programs. If that's you, here are some details.Read more...

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Writing a book will almost kill you. By the end, you'll be exhausted, brain dead, and filled with a bubbling sense of anxiety. I recently finished up my first book, and here are a few takeaways from the ordeal that can be applied to pretty much any large scale project.Read more...

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In business and in life, copying someone's behavior can build a rapport. In an interview setting, that might work against you if the interviewer is annoyed.Read more...

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Chia seeds are a great way of thickening smoothies or replacing eggs in recipes. That same power works for creating quick fruit jams.Read more...

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If you use your slow cooker regularly, the inside will eventually get dirty. Things spill or get on the outside of the liner. No need to scrub it—let some household chemicals do the work!Read more...

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Basic information about your web browser is an important part of troubleshooting computer problems. Yourbrowser.is automatically gathers all the essential information about your browser in an easy-to-ready format.Read more...

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Soup is one of those easy and forgiving recipes . You add a bunch of stuff, pour some liquid, and then you have a tasty treat. Some items, though, are best left to the very end right flavor and presentation.Read more...

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Figuring out the best time to buy something requires constant watch over ever-fluctuating online prices, and some knowledge of how prices have changed in the past. Luckily, you don't have to figure it all out yourself—there are great tools to help you do it. This week we're looking at five of the best that will let you know when it's time to strike.Read more...

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If you're on a long drive or just prefer to use speakerphone, it's a pain to set it every time you pick up a call. The iPhone's accessibility options let you set this as a default.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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Web/iOS/Android: Lots of web sites let you create playlists...but only using media from that site. Playmoss creates a master playlist that allows content from YouTube, Vimeo and SoundCloud.Read more...

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Doctor's offices aren't the first place you'd think of for a data breach, but that doesn't mean they're immune. If a medical professional's office asks for your social security number, consider skipping it.Read more...

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iOS: Nobody likes waiting to fix something and then finding out the warranty expired. Stuffcard tracks your purchases along with your warranties, and reminds you when they end.Read more...

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Shopping at a grocery store should save you money since you won't be eating out as much. But if you tend to overspend at the grocery store, try shopping at a store with less choice.Read more...

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OS X: Animated GIFs get your point across visually without using a video. You can make animated gifs from an existing video, but if you just want to capture your screen, GifGrabber will do the trick.Read more...

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Carrots sticks are a great snack, but aren't the best shape for dipping. They don't have enough surface area to prevent the dreaded double-dip. Cutting them into rounds solves that problem.Read more...

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The average household spends about 2% of their budget—around $1,600 every year—on clothes. While it's not the biggest thing we spend our money on , it's still over a hundred bucks a month that maybe we could trim back. Here are at least ten ways to save money and still have great clothes.Read more...

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Chrome: If you're a regular Google Keep user, you might have missed a (relatively) new feature in the app. If you paste an image into a note, Google lets you convert the image into editable text.Read more...

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The world of psychology can be pretty extensive, and because of that, a lot of things can be unclear. This video will help clear your mind of all the myths and old wives' tales.Read more...

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If you like to go for long bike rides, but also want to stop and enjoy a picnic with some wine, this DIY mini-bar fits right onto your bike's frame.Read more...

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Ties are a must when you want to look your best in a suit, but with so many different styles of each, it can be tough to match things just right. The trick is matching the width of the suit's lapel with the tie.Read more...

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So, there you are: It’s that awkward moment when you’re told that a fellow colleague is now your new boss. Your mind races as the news sinks in. As you hide your initial shock and force a smile you can’t help but wonder—my lunch buddy is becoming my manager. Now what?Read more...

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iOS: We really liked Launcher when it first came out but it was pulled from the App Store with a few hours of its release. Now, it's back in the App Store to add all kinds of useful shortcuts to your Notification Center.Read more...

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Target announced a new one-year return policy this week, up from 90 days. At first glance it sounds awesome, but the fine print is less spectacular. It's clearly a move to bolster their in-house brands and one-up the competition. Here's what you need to know.Read more...

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If you need to do a lot of network testing, the Raspberry Pi's a great, cheap way to do it. NetPi is a custom operating system that includes all the tools you'll need. Read more...

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