This week we examined the added costs of being poor, learned how to manage a panic attack, wondered if Google uses Mad Libs to name their products, and more. Here’s a look back at this week’s most popular posts.
Some think that being poor is simple. You don’t have enough money to buy a lot of stuff, so you’re forced to buy less stuff. But that’s not really how it works. When you’re broke, you can’t do all the little things that will improve your budget over the long run. It actually costs more to be poor.
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.
Spiders have plenty of benefits, but that doesn’t mean they’re always welcome guests in your home. Here are some easy ways to keep your home from being a spider’s paradise without the need for an exterminator.
The search for the perfect headphones can feel like a never-ending journey. And since everyone has different tastes, it’s impossible for someone else to recommend the perfect cans for you. But world be damned, I’ve found mine, and I’m never giving them up.
Last week, I experienced a panic attack for the first time. The scariest part, though, was that I was hopelessly lost for what to do. If you ever find yourself in a similar situation, here are some tips for dealing with a panic attack in the moment, preparing for them in the future, and helping others in their time of need.
You probably know by now that you shouldn’t believe everything you hear, but some people out there still do. This interactive chart lets you explore the most popular and widespread myths and misconceptions so you can find out the truth.
We all strive to be more productive at work. We dream about having a perfectly crafted to-do list that you actually stick to. I’ve unlocked this achievement, but it wasn’t at the office. My perfect to-do list helps me get things done…in video games.
Few people these days are completely debt-free. You might have student loans, a mortgage, a balance on your credit cards, and/or other debt obligations. These top 10 tips can help you trim down or eliminate that debt so you can build wealth and finally focus on your other financial goals.
Even if you’re confident what you’re saying, filler words like “Um” can creep in and make you sound unsure. If you want to get a handle on them, this quick reference chart has a ton of handy tips.
I’ve never really lived in a neighborhood that drew a lot of Trick-or-Treaters, but that doesn’t keep me from buying Halloween candy. Obviously, this is a task I take very seriously because, even if zero children visit my house, I want to get the as much delicious, seasonal sugar as I can for my money.
Honda owners, beware. A recent report from the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) ranks the vehicles with the most thefts in 2014. Honda Accords topped the list.
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.
If you pay taxes and you plan on retiring in your golden years, you should probably know a thing or two about Social Security. No doubt you’ve heard of it, maybe in the context of politicians yelling about how to fix it. But why is it broken in the first place, and what exactly is it all about? We’ve got your answers right here.
It doesn’t matter if you live in the country, the city, or the suburbs, chances are you’ve had to battle pests of all stripes over your living space. I’ve tried just about every pest control trick in the book, and so far the easiest and simplest tool to keep mice away has been this electromagnetic and ultrasonic plug-in device.