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It’s easy to get comfortable in your daily routine, particularly online, where you share things with your networks of friends and followers on a regular basis. But between public social networks and public Wi-Fi networks, you may not realize quite how much you could be sharing with complete strangers. On Twitter, read
Whether you're heading back to school or simply trying to find a way to make the most of your small space, "versatility" is the name of the game. Can your stool double as a side table? Can your rug work indoors and out? If not, it might be time to rethink your home solutions. Ikea knows the importance of multitasking, and read
There are dozens of reasons a person may find it difficult to leave an abusive relationship. Denial, finances, isolation, and fear can all play roles, and the dynamic between the couple isn't always what you'd expect. But, what if it were just a little easier to move out of an abusive situation? California-based moving read
The month of September brings to mind many things: falling leaves, leather jackets and boots, apple picking, and kids heading back to school. But as the youth take a seat at their desks once again, they may be toting some not-so-friendly friends along with them. Lice. You might remember them from your school days, but read
We may be in mid-August, but that doesn't mean the New York City heat has eased up. In fact, we'd go as far as to say that these past few days have taken heat and humidity to peak levels of grossness. We're hot. We're sticky. And while our bodies are pretty much begging us to shack up all day in an air-conditioned office, read