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How to Avoid Scams While Shopping on Amazon How to Avoid Scams While Shopping on Amazon

Amazon’s business is booming, but scams from fraudulent third-party sellers are on the rise. Here’s how you can shop safely and avoid buying a big ol’ box of nothin’.

How to Edit Your Vacation Photos So They Don't Totally Suck How to Edit Your Vacation Photos So They Don't Totally Suck

So you took a trip somewhere cool, snapped a bunch of photos, and now you have no idea what to do with them all. Don’t worry, editing your vacation photos isn’t as tough or technical as it sounds.

How to Earn Money as a Bug Bounty Hunter How to Earn Money as a Bug Bounty Hunter

Are you a coder or white-hat hacker looking to make some money on the side? Bug bounty hunting might be the perfect gig for you.

The Beginner's Guide to Casino Gambling The Beginner's Guide to Casino Gambling

The first thing I did on my 21st birthday was go play a few hands of blackjack, and I’ve been playing ever since. I’m no high roller, but I know my way around a casino. If you’re not sure where to begin, let me help.

The Perks of Being an Adventurous Eater The Perks of Being an Adventurous Eater

“I like what I like,” you tell yourself as you eat the same meals over and over. Now, there’s nothing wrong with having preferences, but you could be doing yourself a serious disservice. Being an adventurous eater comes with some great benefits.

When to Stop Trying to Win an Argument When to Stop Trying to Win an Argument

Welcome back to Mid-Week Meditations, Lifehacker’s weekly dip into the pool of stoic wisdom, and how you can use its waters to reflect on and improve your life.

In Praise of the Irish Goodbye In Praise of the Irish Goodbye

There’s no need to make a big deal about leaving every gathering you attend. Just leave—it’s fine.

How to Ruin a Potentially Great Relationship With One Big Fat Lie How to Ruin a Potentially Great Relationship With One Big Fat Lie

You’ve got problems, I’ve got advice. This advice isn’t sugar-coated—in fact, it’s sugar-free, and may even be a little bitter. Welcome to Tough Love.

MoviePass Now Offers Unlimited Movies in Theaters for $10 a Month MoviePass Now Offers Unlimited Movies in Theaters for $10 a Month

Ever wish there were a Netflix-style subscription service for brand new movies that just released in theaters? Well, there is. It’s called MoviePass, and now for just $10 a month you can see one movie a day in almost any theater.

Get a Head Start on NaNoWriMo With These Creative Writing Courses Get a Head Start on NaNoWriMo With These Creative Writing Courses

If you’re planning on cranking out the next great novel this November for NaNoWriMo, you might want to sharpen your craft first. These online courses will get your creative writing skills in ship shape.

How to Deal With Your Apocalyptic Anxiety How to Deal With Your Apocalyptic Anxiety

With a heated global political climate and the threat of nuclear war seeming to loom over our heads, it’s hard not to be stressed right now. But you don’t have to sit there and stare at your news feed in agony.

What You Should Know About Those “One Month Free Rent” Deals What You Should Know About Those “One Month Free Rent” Deals

When you’re looking for a place to live, it’s hard not to be enticed by offers for a free month of rent, gift cards, and other renting concessions. But those deals often come with a hidden price.

You Need an Afternoon Routine You Need an Afternoon Routine

People are always telling you how to maximize your mornings, but your morning routine—whatever it may be—is fine. What you really need is an afternoon routine.

Dig Into Nearly 30 Years of Free Classic Science Fiction Dig Into Nearly 30 Years of Free Classic Science Fiction

If you’re a fan of classic science fiction from the likes of Ray Bradbury, Isaac Asimov, and Robert A. Heinlein, you’re in luck. Archive.org now has a massive collection of the magazine Galaxy Science Fiction for you to peruse for free.

Tuesday Isn't Magic Plane Ticket Buying Day Tuesday Isn't Magic Plane Ticket Buying Day

If you fancy yourself a smart, budget-focused traveler, you’ve probably heard advice telling you to wait to buy plane tickets on a Tuesday, because that’s the point in the week when tickets are supposedly at their cheapest. Well, that may not be the case anymore.

How to Take Better Photos at Popular Tourist Spots How to Take Better Photos at Popular Tourist Spots

You’re on vacation, and you’ve got your camera out at a well-known tourist spot where everyone and their mother has snapped the same pic over and over. How do you make each click of the shutter count?

How to Look Sharp in the Summer and Still Beat the Heat How to Look Sharp in the Summer and Still Beat the Heat

It’s hot out and you wish you could be in nothing but your underwear, but you have to be around people and look professional. These are the essential things you should know when picking out your summer wardrobe.

Book Your Labor Day Airfare Now Book Your Labor Day Airfare Now

If you’re flying anywhere for the Labor Day holiday, now’s the time to book. Prices are only going to go up.

How to Survive Nuclear Fallout How to Survive Nuclear Fallout

It happened. Bright, white light flashed before your eyes, the power of the sun licked your skin, and you felt a shock wave of dust and debris plow through the city you call home. You’re one of the lucky ones, for now, but your struggle isn’t over yet—not even close.

How to Start Your Own Podcast How to Start Your Own Podcast

The podcast craze of the past several years shows no signs of slowing down, and while every armchair broadcaster with a voice recorder app is eager to get in the game, creating a professional-sounding podcast isn’t as simple as it might seem. Here’s how to create, record, and publish your own basic podcast—and get…

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