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By Tim Clark and Mark Cunningham

Bed made from Lack table and Expedit self

Materials: 4 lack tables + 2 expedit shelves + bed slatDescription: 1 Expedit shelf each side with a slat put on the middle (used the slat with a base and made the legs to support it). 3 lack tables as bed headboard using the legs as base. very easy and cheap.~ Rodrigo, leeds

7 Tips for Making Happy Decisions about How to Spend Your Time, Energy, and Money.

Every Wednesday is Tip Day. This Wednesday: 7 tips for making happy decisions about how to spend your time, energy, and money. We all have to make decisions about how to spend our time, energy, and money. Because of my happiness project, I now explicitly ask myself, “Will this decision make me happier?” I’m determined to get the most happiness bang for the buck.

Garden Cart

Materials: Bygel Utility Cart, 1 square foot of screening, drill or x-acto knife, potting soil, seedsDescription: I saw this really neat cart online called a food map container. I loved the idea, but not the price. Here's my version: 1. Assemble Bygel Utility Cart as per the included instructions. 2. Remove lid from the top of the cart and reposition to the middle of the cart. Vmh3.

How to Be Happy Anytime

Post written by Leo Babauta. My friend Barron recently asked, “If you could be anywhere right now, doing anything you want, where would you be?

Unitasker Wednesday: Old Fashioned S’Mores Maker

All Unitasker Wednesday posts are jokes — we don’t want you to buy these items, we want you to laugh at their ridiculousness. Enjoy! I want you to focus for a second on this device’s name: The Old Fashioned S’Mores Maker.

A year ago on Unclutterer

2010 Making Mondays — and your week — more productiveMondays are opportunities to start new habits and the day to begin a productive path for the week. While others grumble about Mondays, I try to think of them like the first day of school or the first day of a new job.

Waiting For Your Balls To Land (It’s Not What You Think)

I’ve been having trouble exhaling lately…You see, behind this cool, calm, rapidly-balding zen-like exterior, there’s a firestorm of OMFG brewing.All (well, mostly all) for the right reasons.It’s called being in launch mode…You may have heard, I have a book, fittingly called Uncertainty, coming out at the end of September.

The Simple Dollar Weekly Roundup: Biographies Edition

Lately, I’ve been reading biographies by the pound. I’m particularly interested in biographies of people who were involved in creating the modern world: Woodrow Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Edison, and the like. I have this endless fascination for the first half of the twentieth century and the people who lived in that time.

The Rise and Evolution of Remote Desktop Software

Advertise here with BSACredit: SimpleFoto on Photodune Providing effective “on-demand” technical assistance and support often involves not only one’s personal IT knowledge and experience, but also a reliable set of technical products that help get the job done.

Can You Live on Dividends Alone?

This is a guest post from Robert Brokamp of The Motley Fool. Robert is a Certified Financial Planner and the adviser for The Motley Fool’s Rule Your Retirement service. He also has a blog, Twittering thing, and other things that are supposed to be important but he often forgets about, such as hygiene.

Review: Publish Your Photography Book

Advertise here with BSAPublish Your Photogrpahy Book Is there a book in you? If you’re a photographer, the answer is probably a resounding “Yes!” Whether you’re dreaming of producing one of those coffee table books with a hefty price tag or if your desires run to creating a client-wowing portfolio that doesn’t look like all those other portfolios, you’re in luck.

The Random Show, Episode 16 – Bachelor Party Edition (NSFW)

Uncensored version here. For previous episodes of The Random Show, click here. Last but not least, The Random Show is now on iTunes!

10 Surprising Findings on Happiness From Recent Studies

Unlocking the riddle of what makes humans happy is the subject of much research, aimed perhaps at finding a formula or creating a map to help us in this endless and universal quest. The following are 10 recent studies that examine the factors at play in human happiness. 1.

Privacy Glass Wall for Studio Space (PAX)

Materials: Pax Description: This hack helped divide an upstairs loft from downstairs living room. It provides privacy, also it is somewhat temporary and not a huge install like that of putting in a full stud framed wall with drywall, plus this looks much more appealing and can be used for any kind of room divider.

Why You Can't Buy Creativity

What motivates us to invent incredible products, create great art, and build revolutionary companies? Clue: The answer isn't money.