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Last week, Chase unveiled new rewards credit card offerings—including the new Chase Freedom Flex—along with new cash back rewards for the existing Chase Freedom Unlimited. Both will be available on September 15, 2020.

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Windows 10 users can customize their desktops with unique themes, and are able to create and share those themes with others. Hackers can also use them to steal your credentials.

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This week we’re learning how to nail perfect timing with New York Times bestselling author Daniel Pink. Listen to Daniel explain why certain hours of the day are more productive than others, what chronotypes are and how they impact your energy throughout the day, how we can battle the mid-afternoon slump, and why…

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Teachers create the best hacks. Full stop. No argument. The clever ways they go about managing the number of kids they oversee—and getting around the limitations of old equipment that often isn’t well maintained—always surprise and delight me. And today’s trending trick for sharing documents via video chats is no…

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Have you ever been browsing an older website, only to find yourself face-to-face with a 404 error when you click on a link to a long-abandoned site? What about searching up an old bookmarked article only to find that it’s now stuck behind a paywall?

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If you’ve been pregnant at any point during the past decade, you’ve probably heard of the concept of a gender-reveal party. The trend has been traced back to one mom who, in 2008, held what is widely considered to be the first gender reveal party. Jenna Karvunidis cut into a cake to reveal pink frosting (it’s a girl,…

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If running is hard, this is for you—especially if you’re a new runner, or if you’ve been running for a while but you just can’t seem to get any faster. The most important thing you need to learn is this: you get faster by running more, and you run more by running slower.

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I’m sure I’m not alone in how I choose to allocate all this extra quarantine time we’ve gotten. Between movies, gaming, and all the random stuff on social media that brings my perspective on humanity into constant question, I’ve spent a lot more time entertaining myself recently, and that naturally means more snacks…

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Baked Alaska is a the steakhouse dinner of desserts. It’s decidedly retro, lightly kitschy, and—while completely obtainable to the home cook—slightly more involved than you want it to be.

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If you have been looking for a new home during the pandemic, you aren’t alone. With record-low mortgage interest rates and more people working from home, many folks are considering an upgrade. In fact, existing-home sales jumped by more than 20% in June—and July spiked by 25%, according to a recent National…

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Summer has come to an end, and that means we all have a surplus of pool and beach toys just lying around begging to be put to use. Sure you could just store these items until the next warm season, but it’s so much more fun to cut them up and use them in unique ways around the house.

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As former Lifehacker writer Nick Douglas once proclaimed: Every sponge is bad. He wasn’t wrong then, and he isn’t wrong now. But his passionate stance made me think more deeply about my kitchen sponge than I ever had before, and I came to a somewhat disturbing realization. My sponge? Was basically always dirty.

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An Aukey 1080p webcam, an Anker PowerWave charging pad, a Control for Xbox One deal, a Keurig K-Classic single serve coffee maker, a Dyson Animal upright vacuum, a “recent hits” DVD and Blu-ray Gold Box, and a 25% discount on N95 masks lead Wednesday’s best deals.

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Wanting and subsequently begging for a pet is somewhat of a childhood rite of passage. Most kids, at some point, want a dog, cat, hamster, rabbit, gold fish, or all of the above. For parents who love having a houseful of animals, adding a third cat or another creature-filled tank may be no big deal, but if pets just…

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Android 11 is here—the stable version, that is—and only if you’re running one of Google’s Pixel phones (the Pixel 2, 3, 3A, 4, or 4A) for the stable release. A beta version of Android 11 is also available, starting today, for the OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro, as well as the Oppo X2 and Reno 3.

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Many people have been shocked to find that I am a prolific maker and consumer of salads. This makes sense, as the persona I put out into the world is somewhat gin-soaked and bacon greased, and waffling Honey Buns and leftover pizza doesn’t help. But I do love a good salad, especially if they contain a large amount of…

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Sesame Street and CNN are partnering up for all our emotional needs this year, first with the virtual COVID-19 town hall, then with the one on racism, and now a town hall as we navigate the back-to-school season with our little kids during a pandemic.

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Though you might not be traveling as often these days, there is one hot new travel accessory to bring on every trip: the Google Chromecast.

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Not all arguments are worth your time and energy. In some cases—like when someone fundamentally disagrees with you—there’s nothing you can say or do to change their mind. But in other instances, it’s entirely possible to make your case and get someone to agree with (or at least understand) your point of view.…

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We’re many months into a global pandemic (have you heard?) with no end in sight, and while it shouldn’t need to be said, please: stop throwing in-person parties. And definitely don’t throw a party at your rented Airbnb—if you do, you could be banned from booking with the service in the future.

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Social distancing won’t be going anywhere anytime soon, and that means we’ve had to change the ways we hang out with each other. One answer? Drive-in theaters, which have seen a bit of a resurgence lately. As life becomes more uncertain, dates with our partners are more important than ever. Turning the bed of your…

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After several months of historically low air travel, people are slowly starting to fly again. According to the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), on August 16, nearly 863,000 came through their airport checkpoints—making it the highest number of people since March 17. There are still many unknowns regarding…

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At one time or another, we’ve all gotten that text, email or instant message from a colleague that made us question everything. Even though we know it can be difficult to convey tone in writing, we still may analyze every word and punctuation mark trying to find clues. Along the same time, we may also find ourselves…

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A huge retro gaming sale at Woot!, 2 for $40 JACHS NY shirts, a great deal on a pressure cooker, Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath Kollection, and more are some of Saturday’s best deals.

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At a time when we feel pressured to “sell” and “brand” ourselves to get ahead, it can be hard to see where—and how—humility fits into the picture. With everything from jobs to dating to traveling feeling like a competition, we can spend a lot of time and energy playing up our strengths in order to stand out in the…

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Travel looks a lot different now than it did at the beginning of the year. Most of these changes reflect social distancing guidelines and precautions surrounding COVID-19, and how travelers decide on accommodation is no exception. While many hotels have introduced measures to help stop the spread of the virus, some…

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Of all the many ways to preserve summer tomatoes, slow-roasting them might be my favorite. If you can carve out enough time in your schedule to make a batch, you’ll be rewarded with sweet, juicy little nuggets of savory tomato candy—they’re everything we love about peak-season tomatoes, concentrated into the perfect…

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A botched Adobe Lightroom app update on iOS accidentally deleted users’ photos and editing presets. Adobe responded to the widespread-bug reports and issued a patch to fix it so others won’t be affected, but it can’t recover any of the lost files.

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A price drop on the Akira 35th anniversary manga set, the $100 Kindle Paperwhite, a six-pack of Dove body wash, older Pokemon titles, and more at just some of Sunday’s best deals.

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Whether or not you’re a fan of attending virtual doctor visits or weddings, having these services and events accessible during a pandemic has been a game-changer. And while using real estate websites and apps to get a look at a property isn’t new, many parts of the process that used to be done in-person now take place…

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I have written a lot here over the past several months about how this pandemic has affected our children and, in particular, their learning. As fall approaches, I hope to help parents figure out whether their district is taking enough precautions and how to decide whether to send their children back to school in…

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A Fossil Sport smartwatch, an Anker 4-port USB-C charger, a 1-year PlayStation Plus membership, a Dyson Ball MultiFloor Upright vacuum, a Fluance high-fidelity turntable, a Vava 1080p dash cam, a Neweer ring light kit, and an Akira manga box set lead Monday’s best deals.

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When coronavirus began sweeping the nation, many offices were forced to shut down, including government agencies like the IRS. These closures led to processing delays, particularly with paper tax returns. As CNBC reports, the agency’s offices had 12 million pieces of unopened mail this summer—which included tax…

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In this, the 39th month* of the endless pandemic, I have grown nostalgic for the banalities of office life. The coronavirus started working in NYC around the same time I started this job, which means I’ve never actually worked in the office. In this sense, I realize I’m very lucky in many ways—working from home (or…

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Over the past six months, parks—whether local, state or national—have provided a much needed respite from the monotony of life in the COVID-19 pandemic. Even though we should all continue to follow all public health guidelines to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus, time spent while doing so in parks gives us…

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As the end of the summer—and peach season—approaches, it only makes sense to pop a few in your shopping cart for healthy snacks or the kids’ school (?) lunches. Unfortunately, that’s not a great idea right now, because just like onions earlier this month, some peaches are now being recalled because they’ve been named…

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It’s (kind of, sort of, perhaps) back-to-school season, which this year is even more interesting and stressful than usual. Depending on where you reside, you may be sending your children to school in masks or keeping them home to learn via Chromebook. Maybe it’s a blend of the two. Either way, it probably sucks, which…

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As the pandemic stretches into fall, we have to face facts; We’re going to run out of TV and, Tenet’s tentative release notwithstanding, the only reason there will be tentpole movies in 2021 is because most 2020 film premieres have been canceled. Filming is delayed on new seasons of your favorite shows and film…

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It’s a question I get a lot from friends: Should I buy an iPhone directly from Apple, directly from my carrier, or should sign up for Apple’s iPhone upgrade program? The easy answer is a cop-out. It depends. But it’s also more accurate than telling them to write off Apple’s subscription iPhone program just because it

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I woke up this morning and suddenly realized that I had yet another game night scheduled for tonight with my friends. That’s just what our quarantine lives have become: endless game nights, during which we’re always trying to find something new that works well over Zoom / Facebook / Google Meet / you name it.

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We first shared this post in early 2019, long after the peak of the adult coloring fad. But desperate times call for desperate measures, and a global pandemic that shows no sign of abating certainly qualifies. If you’ve peaced out on puzzles, maybe try some coloring? But like, highbrow coloring.

Over a hundred museums…

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I am writing this installment of 3-Ingredient Happy Hour three whole days before it will publish. As I write this, I am 33. Tomorrow, I will be 34. When you read this, I will have been 34 for two days. That is how time works—it marches on, waiting for no one (not even Mick Jagger, another notable Leo).

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