The Android Device Manager has been a useful security feature for a while, but hunting down the right bookmark when you can’t find your phone is a mild hassle. Now, instead, you can simply type “find my phone” into Google from any desktop you’re logged in on.
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So you misjudged that curry and now your mouth is on fire—what to do? You probably know that milk will stop the burning, but you have other options too. This infographic makes a handy guide.
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Flashcards are great for memorizing, but you can get even more out of them when you create them with the information you’ve already processed yourself. For some subjects, flashcards can be simple definitions.
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Ordering online and getting free shipping , as well as free returns, seems like a shoppers dream. But many online retailers simply jack up their prices while passing these “perks” along to you.
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It’s easy to become complacent in a long-term relationship. If you need a little help keeping the romance alive, follow this rule to keep regular dates. On our wedding night, I told my wife that we now had a 2/2/2 rule. It goes like this:
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Say hello to Dr. Ken Carter, a professor of psychology at Oxford College, Emory University. He’s a clinical psychologist who knows all about what goes into therapy as well as the common, outdated misconceptions about psychology (where are all the fainting couches?).
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Whenever someone undergoes a challenge and comes out the other side semi-unscathed it’s quite popular to tell yourself and others, “It was all worth it – look at me now.
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You probably have one major project that’s been on your to-do list for ages. Weeks, or even months, in fact. Here’s a productivity tip that should help: just drop it. We’re conditioned to think that letting a project go is a failure.
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Being yourself seems self-explanatory: just wake up and do what you want to do, without following the crowds, without fear of judgment. That’s not how the world works, though. We tend to stifle our authentic selves to fit in without even realizing it.
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It’s easy to get caught up in the romantic idea of making one, massive project and then pouring all of your creative energy into it. But developer Darius Kazemi found that small projects were a little more useful.
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