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This is fun. What would your name be if you were born today? via @Time http://t.co/LtxmHIUfwl
5/20
2015
CPR to the beat of "Staying Alive" may save a life. Watch this AHA campaign video and learn why. via @GOOD http://t.co/hPoVrIY5UK
5/19
2015
Brown bagging your lunch can make you fat. Here are some mistakes not to make. via @EatThisNotThat http://t.co/UjdcadyPI8Do you love The Lord of the Rings? Tolkien professor gives series of free online courses. @openculture http://t.co/0UFrFTOXuQ
5/18
2015
Girl Scout troop,designs a tiny first aid kit that's perfect for hiking with dogs. http://t.co/WFLkOAIs7y
5/6
2015
Interesting but not surprising, things that make us happy have changed in the last 80 years. via @TIME http://t.co/ORB38XQFKD
5/5
2015
Do you hate having your picture takeN? Here a 4 very unusual tricks to make you look better. via @TIME http://t.co/514wFlZTLGAdorable gifts you can crochet for a baby. I especially love the Avenger hats. via @BuzzFeed http://t.co/GMWx4d6MbD
5/4
2015
I'm trying this tonight. How to fall asleep in under a minute. via @TIME http://t.co/YmKhdREglRPowerful ways to make a difference and leave a mark. via @Inc http://t.co/HuyCcCvTqI
5/1
2015
I believe this & I'm working on it. "We need old friends to help us grow old and new friends to help us stay young." Letty Cottin Pogrebin
4/30
2015
Try tracking all your expenses for several weeks and find out your spending patterns. via @lifehacker http://t.co/l8g6gckqSlInteresting, what would the Eiffle Tower and other historical landmarks cost if built today? via @mashable http://t.co/OLUghQDMDo
4/29
2015
A sad sign of the times, Americans are spending more on dining out than on groceries. via @bloombergnews http://t.co/g0V6D35FaYThere are some really good FaceBook and Twitter tricks here. Take a look. via @socialmedia2day http://t.co/QKVAlkedGg
4/28
2015
Exercise can't save us from too much sugar. via @Forbes http://t.co/gJcyq1Wb2XCan a candy bar be influential? @TIME thinks so and lists the top 13. http://t.co/PO05vUqx8Q
4/27
2015
Hard to believe that YouTube is only 10. This is the first uploaded video You've come a long way baby. via @TIME http://t.co/9TVSfYXV8d
4/24
2015
Ease pain naturally with these unusual tricks. via @TIME http://t.co/JEOjXhF2n8
4/23
2015
It isn't easy being green but now Kermit has a friend. New frog species looks just like Kermit. via @BuzzFeed http://t.co/Oyg1XNwODT
4/22
2015
Dogs steal our hearts by looking into our eyes. via @GOOD http://t.co/GJ8QapKHRxStudy gives working moms a boost. Says moms spend too much time with their kids. via @Forbes http://t.co/Z1w4TM7Hdn
4/21
2015
Could you pare your wardrobe down to 33 items a season including shoes, outerwear and accessories? @businessinsider http://t.co/7PvriXLUQJ25 Boston Marathon bombing survivors running past the finish line today. Bravo! via @TIME http://t.co/pDwyvMDw2J
4/20
2015
If you find it hard to throw away sentimental clutter, this may help. via @goodhousemag http://t.co/HgiGKF6D7LA primer on scanning old & printed photos using your smartphone. via @WonderHow To http://t.co/kDM5dfAOAH
4/17
2015
How to choose the perfect music to move and relax to. via @mashable http://t.co/q9JflB0a9sThis is just ridiculous. Hand sanitizer can make you gain weight. via @EatThisNotThat http://t.co/2rEAyorvJb
4/16
2015
The good physical and mental effects exercise has on your brain and body. via @TIME http://t.co/BUIl9Ilxtn
4/15
2015
Astonishing and beautiful, witness the birth of a star 4200 light years away. via @HuffPostScience http://t.co/2evR05lpAAConfused by the laundry tag on your clothes? Here is the only graphic needed to understand it all. via @buzzfeed http://t.co/fTPnGVST7l
4/13
2015
Coloring books for adults are becoming very popular. Two of them top Amazon's Best Seller's List. via @qz http://t.co/WkIud1UA36Cheese changed the course of western civilization. via @BoingBoing http://t.co/YBlhd3SMKT
4/10
2015
Friends are very important and this is why you should make new ones as an adult. via @FastCompany http://t.co/aaF6fiRFDq
4/9
2015
A sobering thought via @GoogleFacts. If everyone in the world washed their hands properly, a million lives could be saved every year.
4/8
2015
It's Spring, and did you know that different flowers mean different things. via @FastCoDesign http://t.co/hCbegUf0rnYou may be surprised which college degrees could make you rich. via @Inc http://t.co/DEXm3XCme3
4/7
2015
Sobering thought, here is a periodic table of elements we are running out of. @FastCoExist http://t.co/TkQj0pQTv6Since I love folklore and legends, I had to share this. All of America's folk legends in one map. @voxdotcom
4/6
2015
The mystery of the 3 letter airport codes. What do they mean? via @hereandnow http://t.co/G4psKiq2fEHere comes Peter Cottontail. What is the origin of the Easter Bunny? via @TIME http://t.co/lbZl8zEUrH
4/2
2015
Food for thought. Facebook and China have the same population. via @YahooTech http://t.co/BOG9iSABcSWay to go Volvo! Its glow-in the dark paint could save cyclist's lives. via @FastCoDesign http://t.co/hX3PsK1hCu
4/1
2015
Your password can even thwart the NSA when you use Diceware. via @BoingBoing http://t.co/qS6joqhzO7The sound of silence can be found in the US. Mapping silence and noise pollution in America. via @Explorer http://t.co/MaR4s5ZUil
3/31
2015
Planning to binge watch a program? Here's a chart shows how long some popular shows will take. via @FastCoCreate http://t.co/XK2R4eM6sKDye eggs the old-fashioned way. Create colors with foods you already have in the kitchen. via @goodhousemag http://t.co/4jpuOGWCsf
3/30
2015
If you like Tom Hanks, you'll love this. via @VH1 http://t.co/VU03O0JGwiThere are vegetables you can regrow from scraps. via @GoodsHomeDesign http://t.co/mLZsMDKGVF
3/26
2015
There are several easy ways to conserve your cell phone data use. via @buzzfeed http://t.co/DDc5utviIAFascinating. A feather and a bowling ball are dropped together in a vacuum chamber. Which wins? via @LaughingSquid http://t.co/kjQlhOGIEs
3/24
2015
It seems that watching television with your kids is now a great idea. via @qz http://t.co/oQ0o7DsD50Learning is a lifelong pursuit. @openculture has a list of 1100 free courses from top universities. http://t.co/CuuluqcTh8
3/23
2015
For the 1st time in 55 years neither Michael or Jacob top the list of favorite boy names. via @goodhousemag http://t.co/MR3AusgnaL
3/19
2015
A primer on how to develop a tea tasting palate. via @seriouseats http://t.co/ldiSdIGhZf
3/18
2015
Would you seek out a cafe that is internet free? via @FastCoExist http://t.co/LyIPnWwEW9It's worth following the rainbow.. The Leprechaun's pot of gold is worth $1,258,000. via @mental_floss http://t.co/oJaEPUlQsF
3/17
2015
Always wanted to see the USA in your Chevrolet? Here's the ultimate American road trip. via @washingtonpost http://t.co/22EYLiqzc7Who was St. Patrick? There isn't a corned beef or cabbage in the story. via @mental_floss http://t.co/kaeMLCkSzo
3/16
2015
We can improve our lives everyday. Here are 10 ways to do it. via @TIME http://t.co/R4WNYfXhTEMesmerizing. via @bigblueboo http://t.co/G6j0enS9ri
3/13
2015
Reasons to never sign a cell phone contract again. via @TIME http://t.co/NOts8xJKeBWe may be unaware that somethings we use help ruin our environment. Take a look. via @Salon http://t.co/26wjkn4dIW
3/12
2015
There's a whole world of tea out there and this will help your learning curve. via @seriouseats http://t.co/cMlt9DFNM6Do you sleep with your pet? Is it a good thing or a bad one? via @FastCompany http://t.co/Hos2l9rESW
3/2
2015
Love finding or buying used furniture? Use these 10 commandments when you do. via @AptTherapy http://t.co/xgPXdfqZqhDelightful story. A little girl feeds crows and they bring her gifts. via @BBCNews http://t.co/aW6mF0NMgj
2/27
2015
Did your dog make the cut? AKC announces top 10 breeds of 2014. via @wsj http://t.co/KlcSIkdiOgHaving a miserable winter? This non-toxic recipe for melting ice might help you survive. via @Faith Tapping http://t.co/0yQIOkiKyt
2/26
2015
Still working on improving your health, happiness and fitness? Here are 60 must-read blogs. via @greatist http://t.co/X2qFrQRYohIt's important to create an emergency evacuation kit for your pet. Here's a list of what you'll need. via @lifehacker http://t.co/lc4mSYmT2K
2/25
2015
Is it hard to find the right words for how you're feeling? Try increasing your emotional vocabulary. @lifehacker http://t.co/nfuwg5YtaCI learned the right way to make French press coffee & it's easy. via @epicurious http://t.co/CsDamvnPRF
2/24
2015
Do you do any of these things in the kitchen first thing in the morning? via @thekitchn http://t.co/U96FUpAvvq
2/18
2015
It seems an increase in fiber can help you lose weight without cutting calories. via @TIME http://t.co/60RHeitEhdSave those used tea bags. They can help with dishes and skin irritations. via @myfridgefood http://t.co/FSamaYPVUO
2/17
2015
You can improve almost anything you, if you're willing to work at it. via @TIME http://t.co/EjLTa5WYisVery interesting look at maps that never were. Some will surprise you. via @voxdotcom http://t.co/a4sSDC9gCG
2/16
2015
Developing grit and resilience takes hard work. A Navy Seal explains how to achieve them. via @TIME http://t.co/EdHWu2x523The sun in all it's glory. NASA's 5-year timelapse of the sun is mesmerizing. via @mashable http://t.co/5JS1mPCRxL
2/12
2015
Fascinating. See the phases of the moon from it's dark side. via @mental_floss http://t.co/mpOlYSSSojDo you need more Google Drive storage space? Here's an easy way to get 2GB for free. via @TIME
2/11
2015
Chewing gum goes back to the Mayans and Aztecs. Here's a fascinating look at its history. via @SmithsonianMag http://t.co/NwG69yO2ht
2/9
2015
Do you have an economy budget but 1st class taste? See how pro travelers hack the mileage system. via @Inc http://t.co/dpJFyeLQWx
2/5
2015
If you have a passive-aggressive people in your life, learn how to deal with them. via @EverydayHealth http://t.co/5tFsMxtsznHow old are you? There are now age specific recommendations for the amount of sleep you need. via @FastCompany http://t.co/6t22Cz97ij
2/4
2015
Taking a deep breath may be good for your mental and physical health. via @WSJ http://t.co/yPhRWxk8UBAre you one of those people who is cold all the time? Here are a few reasons why. via @TIME http://t.co/N7blMlXEnK
2/3
2015
Should you eat the same thing everyday? Can it affect your health? via @TIME http://t.co/mU5Zpjr0BtEnjoy! Shel Silverstein quotes to brighten your day. via @buzzfeed http://t.co/mtPWC0fnY7
2/2
2015
Trips a beginner cyclist can enjoy. The pace is slower and the terrain flatter. via @luxury__travel http://t.co/7RGautUcy4Who knew? There is a best time for almost everything from napping to walking the dog. via @RealSimple http://t.co/jNhFTViT1g
1/28
2015
Do we really need a smart mattress cover that can even turn on your coffee maker? Meet Luna. via @HuffPostTechhttp://dld.bz/d5YNVStop! If you're feeling sad don't buy anything. It could make it worse. via @TIME http://t.co/Xu6JIm4Awp
1/27
2015
Wow, some of these I can't believe. 12 classic books that got bad reviews when they first came out. via @HuffPostBookshttp://dld.bz/d5WxnPlanning a foreign trip? Here are several ways to get a good rate of exchange. via @PeterSGreenberg http://t.co/Lyw02VdA98
1/26
2015
Do you get the overwhelming feeling that there is just too much TV to watch? You're right. via @vulture http://t.co/qINDFzqcwDThis is news to me. You can throw out most batteries. via @qz http://t.co/ZsOW1zPRh6
1/23
2015
Adorable and clever DIY Valentines. via @goodhousemag http://t.co/D34DHutPjk
1/22
2015
Music soothes the savage beast and solves a few more problems to boot. via @mental_floss http://t.co/RNFD4mbbGy
1/21
2015
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