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Print This Four-Week Calendar to Use Seinfeld’s Productivity Plan

S Maxium Barrault wanted to implement Jerry Seinfeld’s productivity secret of forming a chain by crossing off the calendar every day, but apps like Habit Streak Plan weren’t doing it for him. Barrault had multiple habits he wanted to form. So he went old-school and created this printable four-week calendar. I decided the only solution […]

How Much Alcohol Causes a Hangover, and the Best Drinks to Avoid One

The misery of a hangover usually makes us regret every drink from the day before. You don’t have to forgo drinking altogether, though, if you don’t want to. Just know how many drinks tend to cause a hangover and which alcoholic drinks are less likely to give you those awful symptoms. Here’s what 33 years […]

Bring Full Names Back to iOS 7′s Text Messages

When iOS 7 came out, it did away with displaying the full name of a text message sender. If you know multiple people with the same name, this can get a little confusing. Fortunately, a simple setting can add a little context to make sure you know who you’re talking to. While you can’t get […]

Do You Make Your Own Lunch During the Work Week?

S Making your own lunch provides a chance to eat a bit healthier, save a bit of money, and avoid the lunch hour rush that takes up most of the time you have to actually eat. Do you do it? We’ve talked about whether you can actually save money by packing your own lunch and […]

This Is the Best of Lifehacker 2013

S At the end of every year, we take a look back at our most popular posts to reminisce (and catch up on any stuff you might have missed). Here’s one last look back at Lifehacker in 2013. Happy New Year! This year we featured a ton of awesome how-to guides, DIY projects, clever uses, […]

Be careful taking pain killers when you’ve been drinking.

Great discussions are par for the course here on Lifehacker. Each day, we highlight a discussion that is particularly helpful or insightful, along with other great discussions and reader questions you may have missed. Check out these discussions and add your own thoughts to make them even more wonderful! Discussion of the Day Be careful […]

The Traveling Ombudsman’s Go Bag

S When you work long hours and travel often, what goes in your bag? For reader Henrik Sverin, a lot to keep him busy and regularly prepared. I do most of my work as a workers safety and health ombudsman/inspector which means long hours, frequent travel by train or bus (up to 4-5 hours at […]

Show Us Your Paper Notebook

S Sometimes, there’s just no substitute for the flexibility that paper notebooks offer. Maybe that’s just how you keep notes or maybe your paper notebook is a holding place on the way to digital storage. Either way, we’d like to see your favorite paper notebook and whatever tips and tricks you use to make it […]

Are business cards outdated?

S Great discussions are par for the course here on Lifehacker. Each day, we highlight a discussion that is particularly helpful or insightful, along with other great discussions and reader questions you may have missed. Check out these discussions and add your own thoughts to make them even more wonderful! Discussion of the Day Are […]

Form Better Habits with a Cue-Routine-Reward System

S Good habits can be hard to form and bad ones hard to break, but if you know how they work you’ll have an easier time making them work for you. Writer Charles Duhigg shares the process with productivity and ideas blog the 99u. It basically boils down to this: First, there is a cue, […]

Blur Studio Creates Blurred iOS 7 Wallpapers from Any Image

S iPhone: If you want to quickly turn any photo into an arty-looking blurred wallpaper for your iPhone, which complements the iOS 7 design style, then Blur Studio is a really cool way to do it. The app gives you a slider on any image to adjust the blur settings. You can also get another […]

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