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Quick Tip: The Easiest Way to Wrap Headphones

Quick Tip: The Easiest Way to Wrap Headphones

There’s no shortage of ways to wrap headphones and avoid tangles. If you’re looking to just get them put away fast, you’re probably wrapping them around your smartphone and stuffing them in your pocket (then scrambling to unwrap when Mom calls). Other ways include¬†wrapping the cord around a few fingers while holding one end with ...

Quick Tip: Curb Your Appetite with the ‘Apple Rule’

In many circles, the term “Apple Rule” may be associated with accounting tricks used by tech companies to record sales in real time. But for the purpose of this tip, the term will be used to help those with over-eating issues fight hunger pangs. It’s one of the most important rules from food journalist and ...

Quick Tip: Work Around Procrastination

You’re never going to beat procrastination. You may motivate yourself through some really hard work and feel an incredible sense of accomplishment, but thinking you’ve found the answer to procrastination will only lead to wasted time down the road. Because once you start putting off work or find yourself getting easily distracted, you’ll feel disappointed ...

Quick Tip: Try Intense Sprints as an Alternative to Jogging

Putting your running shoes on and going for a nice jog is an easy and effective way to get a cardio workout. But commitments often restrict your ability to get out and enjoy exercising at a specific time. Besides, everyone wants to maximize their time in order to accomplish more; especially when it comes to ...

Quick Tip: Keep a Spare Car Key in Your Wallet

There’s nothing worse than the moment you realize you’ve locked yourself out of your car by leaving your keys inside. A moment where you can do nothing but quietly reflect on your forgetfulness or scream obscenities at your car window. Personally, I prefer not to draw attention to my embarrassing mistakes, so I’d quietly walk ...

Quick Tip: Transition into a Productive Day Using a Catalyst

As you’re beginning a task, it’s not likely you give much thought to the significance of what led up to your productivity. Often times, it’s the pure stress of a deadline that eventually leads up to last-minute work, such as writing a term paper. Of course, a good night’s rest coupled with a nice cup ...