November’s Money Challenge: Sell Your Unwanted Stuff


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We have just two months to go in our Ultimate Money Challenge. As we near the year’s end, we’re focused on holiday spending. This month, we challenge you to clean out your closets, get rid of some junk, and make some cash in the process.

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Ace Your Midterms and Finals With This 10-Day Exam Prep Cycle


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Exams might be the most stressful part of college for a lot of people, but they don’t have to be for you. This systematic approach to preparing for exams will give you the advantage you need on test day.

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Gawker Hillary Clinton: I Can Manage Your Condescension and My Notes at the Same Time, Thanks | Gizm


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The Best Way to Carry a Baby for a Long Time Without Hurting Your Back


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Holding a baby isn’t the most complicated thing, but when you have to hold them for a long time it can start to hurt your back. This method will help you avoid back pain when you have to hold a little one for a long period of time.

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Keep Your Downstairs Tidy With an “On Your Way Up” Basket


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If you live in a home with multiple floors, clutter tends to slowly make its way downstairs and stays there. This simple basket method can make it easier to keep that clutter creep under control.

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How You Can Ditch the Victim Mentality and Become More Empowered


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Hardly a day goes by that we don’t complain, criticize, blame, gossip or compare ourselves to other people. I certainly struggle with it. But sometimes playing the victim only limits what we’re actually capable of.

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Ask Dr. NerdLove: Can I Turn A Fling Into A Relationship?


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Hello, Internet! Welcome to Ask Dr. NerdLove, the only dating column that’s the galaxy’s last, best hope for peace.

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The Best Colleges for Low Income Students


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College is an insanely expensive endeavor, and for low income students there are all kinds of factors to consider. Priceonomics crunched some numbers to attempt to come up with the best schools for low income students.

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Just Press Record Is a Syncing Voice Recorder for iOS and OS X


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iOS/Mac: For whatever reason, Apple’s Voice Memos app doesn’t sync up with any software on the Mac, which means you have to email recordings to yourself or drop them into a note. If you want something that just automatically syncs, Just Press Record does the job.

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Facebook’s Search Now Combs Through Public Posts, Conversations, and More


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Facebook’s updated their search software to dig a little deeper into the social network. Now, it’ll scan through just about everything that’s public and provide you with a ton more search results.

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Treat Personal Finance Like a Business So You Can Retire Early


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Wouldn’t it be nice to retire early? It might seem like a pipe dream to many, but if you run your personal finances like a business, you’ll probably be more successful at retiring early.

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This USB Battery Pack Is Only $17, and Includes Qualcomm Quick Charge 2.0


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Earlier this week, we shared a deal on a 15,000mAh Aukey Quick Charge 2.0 battery pack for $22. But if you missed out, or just wanted something a little more portable, this 10,400mAh model is on sale for $17 today.

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The Best and Worst Airlines When It Comes to Delays and Paying Claims


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There are good airlines and there are the many other airlines. If you’re looking for an airline that will get you where you need to on time—and also treat you well if they can’t, the AirHelp Score and graphic below will help you sort the best from the worst.

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Self-Confidence and Self-Esteem Aren’t the Same Thing


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Self-esteem and self-confidence seem like pretty much the same thing, but they’re not. For example, maybe you can easily get in front of a crowd, give a speech, and command a room, which shows self-confidence, but at the same time, you feel like crap about your own public speaking, which is a lack of self-esteem.

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The Best Jailbreak Apps and Tweaks for iOS 9


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iOS 9 is jailbroken , and that means it’s time to start collecting the best apps and tweaks that make use of its new features. There’s a ton of really cool stuff this time around, both enhancing iOS 9’s new features, and bringing some of those features to older devices.

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Get Costco Prices Without the Membership Fee at These Price-Matching Stores


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We love Costco for the deals and quality goods, but if you don’t want to cough up $55 on a yearly membership, you can still get warehouse club-like savings if you shop at the right stores.

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It’s Back! Antec’s HDTV Bias Light Strip is Down to $16, If You Hurry.


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We’ve all heard that watching TV in the dark can be pretty tough on the eyes, but an ambient bias lighting setup can make the experience much more palatable. This basic USB-powered kit from Antec is down to an all-time low $16 right now, and takes just a few seconds to install.

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Two Tricks for Hammering a Nail Without Marring the Wood


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When driving a nail into a soft wood like cedar, there’s a good chance you’ll mar the wood with your hammer if you miss. Prevent these “hammer kisses” with these helpful attachments.

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Google Sucks at Naming Stuff


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Yesterday, Google announced YouTube Red . Google, blissfully unaware of what goes on in Incognito Mode, apparently thought that this was a good name for a service. It is not the first time that Google has made flagrantly terrible choices in naming stuff.

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How Much Money You’ll Save by Having a Roommate in 50 Major US Cities


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Housing can be painfully expensive. One way to majorly cut costs is to split rent with a roommate. Of course, your savings will vary, depending on where you live. Finance site SmartAsset crunched some numbers to see how much you’d save with a roommate in the 50 largest cities in the U.S.

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