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Thu, Apr 23, 2015 4:54 PM
Part of a designer's job description is to protect people from themselves.
Using this simple app after you shop will help you earn a little money back from the things you're going to buy anyway.
Print out coupons for natural and organic foods, and use our recipe ideas to create meals with them.
Being around people who are different might be a challenge, but it's worth it. Step out of your bubble!
These painless tips may not knock your socks off, but they'll definitely save you some dough.
Why not make work as enjoyable as you can? Besides, some of these ideas might make your co-workers smile, too.
Workers who took public transportation also reported a larger feeling of emotional satisfaction compared to those who drove.
A new app has launched in the Philadelphia region with guides to sustainable businesses in 20 categories. Money raised from a crowd-funding campaign will help it expand across the country.
Student outs psychopaths by showing how they are capable of manipulating tests to appear normal.
The entrepreneur brothers behind the famous Atlanta brand recently purchased a 68-acre farm to grow ingredients for their all-natural ice pops.
The Silicon Valley tech startup and the sharing economy's answer to Hotels.com partner to help make vacationing in a stranger's condo a more energy-efficient affair.
Print out coupons for better-for-you foods. Then use our recipe ideas to create meals with the foods you saved on.
WikiPearl is an edible shell that wraps around food and complements the flavor. It’s meant to take the place of throwaway packaging, but it poses a challenge.
Take a tour of Box Office, the first commercial office building in the U.S. built from retired shipping containers.
Visit a German IKEA store where city-dwelling shoppers are encouraged to schlep their purchases back home without the assistance of a car.
About 1/3 of us have little or no money set aside for retirement. You can minimize your impact (and help your financial bottom line) by moving into a smaller home.
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