How a Good Mentor Can Save You Time

Having a mentor is a good way to push your career forward, but at their core mentorships aren’t just about making connections, they can actually save you a lot of time and mistakes if you take the time to learn from them.Read more...

Get Set For the Super Bowl With This $24, Amplified HDTV Antenna

All of a sudden, it’s 2017 and the Super Bowl is a few weeks away. If you don’t have cable, but are looking for a cheap and easy alternative to streaming the game, how about this $24 amplified antenna?Read more...

How to Know If You’re Ready to Start Training for a Marathon

There’s nothing like an ambitious goal to focus your training, and running a marathon definitely fits the bill. Plenty of mere mortals have completed the 26.2 mile race, but it takes time, planning, and of course an appropriate level of fitness. Here’s how to know if a marathon is a realistic goal for you.Read more...

Live Each Day Like It’s Your First, Not Your Last

Sometimes it’s interesting to think about life in terms of our limited time. If you knew today was your last day, would you be happy with what you’re doing? It’s an interesting question but not a very practical one. When you think in terms of an expiration date, it can be problematic for a couple of reasons.Read more...

Why You Should Put Tahini in Your Blondies (and Other Sweets)

Tahini is a sesame paste most commonly used in hummus, baba ghanoush, and salad dressings, but it can add moisture and nutty goodness to a whole variety of sweets.Read more...

These Scripts Help You Start and Nail a Salary Negotiation Talk with Your Boss

The beginning of the year is a great time to make sure you’re being paid what you’re worth, and if you find out it’s about time you had a chat with your boss about how much you make, PayScale has a few simple scripts and conversation starters to help you start that chat productively.Read more...

Devein and Peel Shrimp Like a Pro

Peeling and deveining shrimp isn’t rocket science, but far too many of us consider it a hassle and just buy cooked shrimp instead. In this video, chef David Lefevre shows us how to do is cleanly, and how to make a flavorful court boullion to poach those shrimp in, all at the same time.Read more...

Showing Off Your Sense of Humor at Work Can Make You Seem More Competent

Professional environments may seem like the last place to try out your latest joke, but a recent study suggests jokes can make you seem more confident and capable—even if your joke flops.Read more...

Remains of the Day: Opera Neon Is an Experimental Concept Browser

Opera just released a new browser called Neon to try out some unique ideas and designs. Instead of the usual tabs and bookmarks, sites are managed through bubbles. Groovy. That and more in today’s news.Read more...

CVS Introduces a Lower Cost EpiPen, Available Right Now

CVS announced today their generic version of the EpiPen, which is available at the pharmacy for $109.99 for a two-pack. This is even cheaper than the other generic option, which costs $300 for a two-pack.Read more...