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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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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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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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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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