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9 Ways to Protect Your Car Interior From Your Kids

Before you had kids, your car was probably in decent condition. After you had kids, every surface in your car had the potential to turn into a sticky, glittery, crumb-covered mess. But with a little cleverness and some effort, you can help keep your kids occupied in the car without the mess.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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You Should Sous Vide Your Corned Beef

St. Patrick’s Day just doesn’t feel like St. Patrick’s Day without corned beef, cabbage, and lots of beer and/or whiskey. I didn’t feel like sous vide-ing any whiskey—we’d already kind of done that before—but the super moist, low and slow cooking method seemed perfectly suited for the cured, salty slab o’ meat.Read more… Continue Reading […]

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How to Work Out When You’re Still Sore From Your Last Workout

The hardest part of sticking to a workout routine may be starting, but the second-hardest part is showing up to the next workout when everything feels like fire. You’re not off the hook, though! Staying home actually isn’t your best plan of action. Here’s what to do instead.Read more… Continue Reading at https://lifehacker.com

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The First Seven Things You Should Make With a New Instant Pot

If you are one of the many home cooks who have hopped on the Instant Pot bandwagon (or if you’ve been toying with the idea of getting one), you may be experiencing a lot of emotions. Given the fact that this particular tool is packed with programmable functions, choosing a “first recipe” can be a […]

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The Dos and Don’ts of Texting Someone You Want to Date

Scoring the phone number of someone you’re interested in feels like a major victory, and it is. But it’s also just the beginning. Once you’ve got that number in hand, you have to figure out what to actually text the person, and when, and how often. So no pressure, but your entire romantic future here […]

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Red Flags to Watch Out for When You Start Dating Someone

The early days of dating someone new can be wonderful. You’re getting to know someone, learning about all of their quirks and figuring each other out. Part of that is recognizing if something about them seems off. If, in the first stage of seeing someone, you see too many of these red flags flying instead […]

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How to Quickly Research All Your Local Elections

Mercifully, Election Day 2020 is only a dozen days away. (Ugh, that’s so long.) But it will be one like no other: Due to a combination of the pandemic and an unusually motivated public, more than 35 million people, a staggering number representing more than 25% of the total number of votes cast in 2016, […]

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How to Quickly Research All Your Local Elections

Mercifully, Election Day 2020 is only a dozen days away. (Ugh, that’s so long.) But it will be one like no other: Due to a combination of the pandemic and an unusually motivated public, more than 35 million people, a staggering number representing more than 25% of the total number of votes cast in 2016, […]

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Why You Keep Killing Your Plants and What to Do About It

Did you know a cactus could droop? I didn’t until I killed one. Some plants are hardier than others, but if you’re anything like me, the only plant that survives under your thumb is an artificial one. It doesn’t have to be this way. You, too, can keep a plant alive indoors. All you have […]

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How to Survive a Bear Attack

You might think you know what to do if you are out and about in the forest and come across a bear, but you might also be dead wrong—in which case, you might end up dead. Prompted by a recent Facebook post from the National Parks Service sharing some dos and don’ts (“…don’t push your […]

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How to Survive a Bear Attack

You might think you know what to do if you are out and about in the forest and come across a bear, but you might also be dead wrong—in which case, you might end up dead. Prompted by a recent Facebook post from the National Parks Service sharing some dos and don’ts (“…don’t push your […]

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How to Survive a Bear Attack

You might think you know what to do if you are out and about in the forest and come across a bear, but you might also be dead wrong—in which case, you might end up dead. Prompted by a recent Facebook post from the National Parks Service sharing some dos and don’ts (“…don’t push your […]

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The Best Time to Get Married, Depending On Your Taxes

You’d have to be a very practical person to schedule your wedding around taxes, but most people do think about the financial benefits of marriage before they tie the knot. Your timing can affect how much you pay the IRS—and it’s helpful to understand the impact marriage has on your taxes so you’re not surprised […]

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The Best Time to Get Married, Depending On Your Taxes

You’d have to be a very practical person to schedule your wedding around taxes, but most people do think about the financial benefits of marriage before they tie the knot. Your timing can affect how much you pay the IRS—and it’s helpful to understand the impact marriage has on your taxes so you’re not surprised […]

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How to Hire a Financial Advisor Who Won’t Rip You Off

Let’s face it: Money management is hard, and most of us aren’t as good at it as we could (or should) be. From taxes to investing to debt-busting, there’s a lot that goes into financial planning. And while we’re all for learning to do it yourself, there are a number of reasons to enlist the […]

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How to Hire a Financial Advisor Who Won’t Rip You Off

Let’s face it: Money management is hard, and most of us aren’t as good at it as we could (or should) be. From taxes to investing to debt-busting, there’s a lot that goes into financial planning. And while we’re all for learning to do it yourself, there are a number of reasons to enlist the […]

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