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Health is wealth – you’ve probably heard that before… and it’s absolutely true. It doesn’t matter how much money you make. If you’re not healthy, you’re not going to enjoy it. But here’s the thing – living healthy isn’t as difficult as most people think. In fact, with a little nudge in the right direction, [...]Read More...

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Day to day we all suffer. Life is hard, have you ever got to work and just stopped right in front of the stairs and just absolutely dreaded the thought of having to go up to them? By the top, you’re out of breath, uncomfortable and sweating. So, how to build endurance fast and enhance [...]Read More...

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Remember the saying that it takes exactly 10,000 hours of practice to be considered an expert at something? While the saying has been used by many people over the years, there’s an underside to that saying. Specifically in what it represents: deliberate practice. While we’d focus on other areas of that quote, deliberate practice is [...]Read More...

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One of the biggest realizations I had as a kid is that teaching in school could be hit or miss for students. We all have our own different types of learning styles. Even when I was in study groups, we all had our own ways of uncovering solutions to questions. It wasn’t only until later [...]Read More...

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When a young CEO stepped in at the helm of a dying giant, his first task was to figure out what needed to be done to save the company. After he spent some time researching the company and the market situation, he came up with a simple plan which he introduced to the shareholders in [...]Read More...

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Ever lose your car keys? Have trouble remembering a word that feels like it’s on the tip of your tongue? Forget why you walked into a room? Memory can appear simple, like a videotape in your head that either turns on or doesn’t. You either remember or you don’t, right? Not so much. In reality, [...]Read More...

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Do you constantly feel overwhelmed by the amount of tasks you have to complete at work? If so, then it may be time to look into some organizational skills training techniques. Organizational skills are an asset. They allow you to add structure to your day so that you meet deadlines, attend every meeting, and even [...]Read More...

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You’re never too old to learn, and this isn’t just some fancy statement; this is many people’s motto in life. We all learn different things ever since we are little — our parents teach us morals, our teachers teach us maths, society teaches us acceptance, our work teaches us how to do our job, etc. [...]Read More...

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In the following article, I will be covering several topics that ‘cutting fat’ encompasses. For example, I will present exercise as a modality, as I have done in the past, namely due to the fact that it has substantial research and evidence to back it’s clear results. What you should not look for in this [...]Read More...

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You turn it off. Count to ten. Stretch. Get up. Put the kettle on. Pat the dog. Have a shower. Make coffee. Turn on the news. Feel stressed. Turn off the news. Go to work while drinking coffee. Is that a daily ritual? Or is that just a routine because you don’t have a choice [...]Read More...

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Let’s say you need to send a private message to a group of people, but you’re afraid one of them will leak the message elsewhere, and you won’t know who. Fast Forward Labs has a rough-and-ready solution that will expose anyone who publicly copies and pastes your message, without letting them know they’ve been caught.Read more...

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Categories: security, privacy, cybersecurity, email

Fresh figs are luxury items: they’re so delicious, so expensive (in my neck of the woods, Peapod.com is selling them for $1.17 a piece) and so tragically short-lived. All too often, in my experience (Is it me? My refrigerator?) after I’ve decided yes, I will plop down the cash for a tiny basket of these purply…Read more...

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Categories: fruit hacks, storage, figs, cooks illustrated, food

The RoboVac 11 from Eufy (a division of Anker) is one of your favorite robotic vacuums, and in my own testing, it’s every bit as good—and far quieter—than my Roomba. So if it’s been on your radar, our readers can save $20 today with promo code KINJA627.Read more...

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Categories: kinja deals, deals, exclusive, anker, amazon, robovac, eufy, home, robotic vacuums

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The Grapevine Everything You Wanted to Know About the Migos, Joe Budden, Chris Brown Fights but Were Afraid to Ask | Deadspin 10 Years After The Chris Benoit Killings, Pro Wrestling Still Can’t Fix Itself | Jezebel The Tabloids Are Having a Hard Time Reporting on Beyoncé’s Twins | Fusion Donald Trump’s Supreme Court…Read more...

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Verizon-owned social media platform Tumblr, along with a laundry list of other Yahoo services, is potentially locking users out of their accounts due to an ending partnership between Yahoo and AT&T, according to Techcrunch. If you’re a Tumblr, Flickr, or regular user of any other Yahoo service and have an…Read more...

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Categories: flickr, tumblr, email, verizon, yahoo

We’re living in a time of secrets. Whether it’s the health-care bill, Russia’s secret connection with our recent election, or the lies we all tell, secrets plague us all. In this episode of The Upgrade, Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, author of “Everybody Lies: Big Data, New Data, and What the Internet Can Tell Us About Who…Read more...

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If you’re the type to use blotting paper to sop up the sweat or oil on your face, you’ve perhaps wondered which ones are best. Are the most expensive ones better? Should you get the sheets that smell like flowers? Or should you just pass on oil blotting sheets altogether, opting instead for a hanky or a perpetually…Read more...

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The Chase Sapphire Reserve is the step up version of our readers’ favorite travel rewards credit card, the Chase Sapphire Preferred. If you’re a frequent traveler, the Reserve is essential.Read more...

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Street food is one of the best ways to experience a country’s culture. While these makeshift stalls might look risky, street food is often just as safe—if not safer—than restaurants. Ask any experienced adventurer. Still, there are a few basic rules you should know to avoid any problems.Read more...

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Categories: travel, international travel, food, street food, tourism, adventure, foreign langues

The first night the Amazon Echo Show was in my bedroom I had to carefully lay it face down on my nightstand. The display, which was cycling through my upcoming meetings, most recent news, and the weather, was simply too bright. It was like having a little super informative sun shining in my face. The second night, as…Read more...

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