4 Ways to Protect Yourself on Public Wireless Networks
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4 Ways to Protect Yourself on Public Wireless Networks

The following post is from Michelle of Mommy Misadventures: It seems like just about everywhere you go these days, from coffee shops, airports, hotels, and restaurants offer wireless Internet access to their clients. Convenient? Oh yeah! But are they safe to work on? Generally, no. Most public available wireless networks are unsecured and can be…

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What If We Gave Them the Benefit of the Doubt?

A couple of months ago, our oldest daughter spilled half a bag of frozen fruit on the kitchen floor. Eight dollars worth of fruit covered in dog hair. My initial reaction was anger. It seemed like she was sneaking fruit while the rest of us were working to put away groceries, clean out the car…

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Buying Used: How to Fill Your Home with Secondhand Stuff

The following post is from Emily of Live Renewed: I'll admit, I have a little bit of a problem - I love to buy other people's stuff. I mean like, pre-owned, secondhand, used stuff. Granted, it's not junk. On the contrary, I love to find stuff that's in great condition that people are selling because they…

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The Secret to Habits That Stick
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The Secret to Habits That Stick

With very few exceptions, forming a new habit is hard. If it wasn't, we'd all be living perfect lives with perfectly clean homes, never worrying about productivity or becoming a better person. We'd simply think of some change we wanted to make -- a new routine, exercising more, eating better or waking up earlier --…

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Safeguarding Your Digital Presence

The following post is from Michelle of Mommy Misadventures: Earlier this week, senior writer for Wired magazine Mat Honan revealed that he had been the victim of a hacker. In less than an hour, the hacker had decimated Mat Honan’s digital life, by first accessing his Google account and using the information found there to…

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Where Motivation Ends and Discipline Begins

I've realized something rather unflattering about myself recently. You see, I spent a lot of my 20s getting things done: I completed my college degree in three-and-a-half years, while working full time. At one point I was taking 30 credits at once during two overlapping semesters. I got my real estate license during that time…

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Challenge Yourself to Do It Now

The following post is from Lisa of Working Naked: The other day when I needed to work on a project but couldn't get motivated, I remembered a speech I heard about the “Assoonas.”You know…as soon as I buy a different house, I'll have the perfect home office. As soon as I buy a new computer,…

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4 Ways to Jog Your Memory

The following post is from Lisa of Working Naked: Some people think I’m extra organized because I always enter notes in my iPhone. The truth is that I have the world’s worst memory. I can remember faces, not names, and directions, not addresses. Over the years, I've taken a few steps to try to improve…

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How and Why to Hire an Architect

The following post is from Lindsey M. Roberts, a design & décor writer: Maybe you're looking to build, or maybe you're just looking to build an addition. Either way, hiring an architect is an initial investment that should save you money in the long run. A well-planned design will result in fewer questions and changes…

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