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- Having left a favorite pair of shoes in a hotel room, I could have used these tips a few years ago. From Get It Done Guy’s “How NOT to Forget Your Stuff in Hotel Rooms”
- Since HomeEc isn’t required any more, we have lost a lot of the training that most people need to use the kitchen efficiently. Lifehacker has a great article on how to fix stupid kitchen mistakes at “The Stupid Things You Do in the Kitchen (and How to Fix Them)”
- It’s appropriate I should run into this article while dealing with burnout. From Lifehack’s “4 Simple Steps to Lift Your Dark Cloud of Stress”
- The new subscription option Adobe is offering for their (already overpriced) products is analyzed at Lifehacker. If you feel you must have Adobe products, take a look at this, but realize there are many other options out there that are low-cost or free, and if you have a child in school, you may be eligible for educational pricing. From “Rent vs. Buy: Is Adobe’s Creative Cloud Subscription Cheaper than Buying Photoshop?”
- Fractals are mathematical constructs that are colorful and repeat, regardless of what level you are looking at. Cloud Productivity tells us how it applies to productivity at “What Fractals Can Teach Us About Productivity “.
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