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How to Use Google's New GIF Search Tools

Google released several new GIF search tools that should make it much easier to find the exact animate image you’re looking for. Users can use the tools—which use search data from the Tenor GIF app—to narrow down their search criteria more accurately and get suggestions based on the mood or context they want—no more…Read more...
Tags: Google, Social Media, Gifs, Lifehacks, Tenor


Which Parenting Battles Do You Wish You Had Waged?

One might say that parenting is one big, years-long game of “Pick Your Battles.” Sometimes, you’re really clear about rules and consistent with consequences. And sometimes, you’re like, “Screw it, I’m just trying to survive this day.”Read more...
Tags: Behavior, Lifehacks, Discipline


Make an Extra Fancy Manhattan With Benedictine

Sometimes I get so focused on gin and amaro that I forget about the perfectly good bottles of whiskey I have just sitting there, waiting to be consumed. It’s kind of odd, actually, because I used to be deeply into Manhattans and Manhattan variants.Read more...
Tags: Manhattan, Lifehacks, Benedictine, Rye


How to Get the Most Use Out of Your Broom

When the broom challenge craze hit the Internet, we got to thinking that there must be more efficient ways to use a broom than just standing it up.Read more...
Tags: Cleaning, Household, Lifehacks, Flooring


Make a Smokier, Spicier Pimento Cheese With Harissa

I have never met a pimento cheese I didn’t like, probably because it’s hard to screw up a combination of mayo, various cheeses, and sweet, aromatic peppers. I don’t think the standard recipe needs much tweaking, but if you want your pimento spread to be a little bolder, a little smokier, and a little spicier, grab a…Read more...
Tags: Lifehacks, Hot Sauce, Pimento Cheese, Harissa


How to Make the Most of Your Leap Day

Saturday is Leap Day, the extra day that gets added to the calendar every four years because of... um... the way the earth moves around the sun? Something like that? Basically time is a construct, and every four years we’ve constructed an extra day to make sure all of the rest of the days line up where they’re…Read more...
Tags: Holidays, Work Life Balance, Lifehacks, Leap Day


Save $50 On A Bose SoundTouch Wireless Music System

Bose Wireless Music System | $150 | Best BuyRead more...
Tags: Deals, Kinja Deals, Lifehacks


Before Buying Something on Sale, Imagine If You Saved 100%

I was walking home from an appointment when the sign in the window grabbed me: 40% off all wine. The gourmet grocery store was having a going-out-of-business sale, which meant all the items I usually deemed were too expensive for my everyday existence suddenly seemed within reach. Including the wine.Read more...
Tags: Saving Money, Shopping, Lifehacks, Discounts


This App Will Loan You $75 Interest Free to Avoid Overdraft Fees

There’s never a good time for an overdraft fee. And of course, when you get slapped with one, it’s usually because you didn’t have the money you needed to pay for something you actually need in the first place, without having to worry about forking over the extra cash. Read more...
Tags: Money, Banks, Loans, Lifehacks, Money Advice


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Friday's Best Deals: Epson Home Cinema Projector, Kyoku Chef's Knife, Mario Party Switch Bundle, and More

A $550 Epson ful HD home cinema projector, a $33 Kyoku paring knife, and a Mario Party Switch bundle at Kohls head up Friday’s deals of the day. TGIF indeed.Read more...
Tags: Deals, Kinja Deals, Lifehacks, Epson, Kohls, Mario Party, Knife Mario Party


What Parents Need to Know About the Coronavirus

A regular cold and flu season is bad enough when you’ve got kids bringing home germs left and right all winter. But this year, we get to throw an ominous-sounding coronavirus disease into the mix, too. This coronavirus, called COVID-19, has been all over the news for the past month; as parents, what do we need to know…Read more...
Tags: Flu, Illness, Lifehacks, Viruses, Coronavirus


How to Get Better Grip Strength for Rope Climbs

This month we’ve learned that every type of grip is a bit different. We’ve worked on crush grip, support grip, pinch grip and open hand grip. Now let’s look at something that’s a bit of an oddball: the grip you need to hold onto something vertical, like a rope. Read more...
Tags: Fitness, Lifehacks, Strength Training, Grip Strength


How to Choose a Birth Control Option If You’re Worried About Side Effects

Picking a birth control can seem scary, especially if you’re worried about the more extreme side effects. You may have heard the horror stories about the risks of organ perforation using intrauterine devices, or claims that birth control is linked to migraines. However, extreme side effects are rare, and usually only…Read more...
Tags: Medicine, Reproductive Health, Lifehacks, Birth Control


Save Up To 30% On Hanes Baby Clothes For Today's Gold Box

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Tags: Amazon, Deals, Kinja Deals, Gold Box, Amazon deals, Lifehacks


Should I Share Internet Service With My Neighbor?

Great broadband internet costs a small fortune unless you’re blessed to live in a location that has a decent Fiber service for sub-$100 prices. (If so, do you need a roommate?)
Tags: Networking, Internet, Wifi, Lifehacks, Isp, Sharing Is Caring


Pick Up Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age For A Low $38, Right Now

Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age (Nintendo Switch) | $38 | Amazon | Clip the coupon on pageRead more...
Tags: Amazon, Deals, Kinja Deals, Nintendo, Amazon deals, Lifehacks, Nintendo Deals


6 Simple Life Hacks To Achieve Mind and Body Balance

Today, everyone wants to achieve that mind and body balance that could put physical and mental issues at bay. This is where we tend to falter. As we consult experts, meet counselors, nutritionists, friends and read blogs or videos about ways to improve our mental and physical health, we stumble upon so many things. Those things tend to leave us confused. Recently, on World Hearts Day, I stumbled upon this data from World Health Organization (WHO): About 17.9 million people per year die fr...
Tags: Health, Brain, Who, Lifehacks, Don


How To Flourish Financially with Forgiveness Practice

You're reading How To Flourish Financially with Forgiveness Practice, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. Many people are looking for ways to improve their finances. It’s a hot topic and there are a lot of great concepts out there. I’d like to share a soul-oriented perspective on your financial condition and how to improve it. My spiritual teacher, Dr. and Master Zhi Gang Sha, t...
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Check Your Asus and Huawei Routers to Fix This Wifi Vulnerability

Yet another major firmware bug has been found that leaves billions of phones, routers, and other wireless devices from Apple, Google, Amazon open to spying. Read more...
Tags: Networking, Router, Wifi, Lifehacks, Wireless Networking, Firmware, Apple Google Amazon, Huawei Routers


You Should Probably Never Eat Sprouts

Alfalfa sprouts, clover sprouts and bean sprouts are delicious, in my (and possibly only my) humble opinion. But, like lettuce, they are prone to contamination and served raw. Right now, we’re in the middle of a multi-state outbreak of E. coli linked to clover sprouts served at Jimmy John’s.Read more...
Tags: Health, Food Safety, Lifehacks, Jimmy John, Sprouts


Find Lost Websites With Wayback Machine's Browser Extension

Pulling up a website, only to come face-to-face with the dreaded “404,” can be annoying. But if you really need whatever content was previously on that site prior to its demise, you have options. The Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine is one of the best and most well-known ways to access saved caches of dead websites,…Read more...
Tags: Website, Extensions, Archive, Lifehacks, 404, Wayback Machine


If You're Over 65 You May be Able to Get an Apple Watch Series 5 for $49

Apple is teaming up with Johnson & Johnson on a “Heartline”study, which will test the Apple Watch’s ability for detecting atrial fibrillation (AFib)—an early warning sign for strokes. Anyone 65 years of age of older may be able to get an Apple Watch Series 5 for just $49, which is a huge discount from the normal $400…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Health, Research, Deal, Apple Watch, Lifehacks, Johnson Johnson, HeartLine


How to Keep Your Soup Bowl From Sliding Around the Plate

A lot of soups are best when accompanied by some sort of dipper. Chicken noodle loves a saltine, and creamy tomato begs for a grilled cheese sandwich. The soup goes in a bowl, and the bowl goes on a plate, nestled next to its accompaniment. It’s a simple configuration, but the smooth surface of a plate is not…Read more...
Tags: Soup, Lifehacks, Paper Towels, Bowls


What to Do If You Think You Have COVID-19

With the news that the coronavirus is spreading, it’s only a matter of time before people start to think—wait, do I have the coronavirus? At this point it’s still extremely rare, and your cough is far more likely to be a cold or flu. Still, here’s what you should do. Read more...
Tags: Health, Lifehacks, Coronavirus, Covid 19


Plan Your Mental Health Days in Advance

Every month, I try to mark off at least one weekend day as a No Plans Day. During that day, I do what might otherwise be considered “nothing;” I read, I nap, maybe I rewatch a favorite movie or TV show, and I spend a lot of time staring into space and just, like, thinking.Read more...
Tags: Scheduling, Burnout, Lifehacks, Self Care


This Food Scale Can Get You Perfect Portions Every Time

Nicewell Food Scale | $20 | AmazonRead more...
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How to Pickle Frozen Vegetables

Pickling is, first and foremost, a way to preserve food, but unless you have a fruitful (vegetableful?) garden, you most likely see it as a way to make plant parts tangy and delicious. This is most commonly done with fresh vegetables, but if the vegetable you desire isn’t in season, you can (probably) use frozen.Read more...
Tags: Lifehacks, Pickles, Frozen Food, Pickle Frozen Vegetables


If You Want to Prioritize Something, Put It Where You Can See It

There are two really good techniques to help you remember what you need to carry with you as you walk out the door every morning. One of them is to give yourself a mantra, like “phone, wallet, keys,” and the other is to put the stuff you need to take with you in front of your door. Read more...
Tags: Work Life Balance, Calendar, Time Management, Lifehacks, To Do List


Contigo Is Recalling Millions of Kids' Water Bottles—Again

If your kids use Contigo water bottles with silicone spouts, you may remember that millions of them were recalled due to a choking hazard back in August. Well, now the replacement lids are being recalled, too, after hundreds more reports of the spouts detaching.Read more...
Tags: Kids, Recalls, Water Bottles, Lifehacks