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By The Behance Team

Happy New Year!

All of us at Unclutterer would like to wish you a great 2010! Our team has the day off from work, but don’t forget you can always jump into the Forums and join the conversation there. We’ll return tomorrow to share more Uncluttering insights.

Xbox wheel hack

Happy 2010! Hope you're taking time out to ring in the new year. Or are you just chilling and playing games? Then, you should check out what Alejandro did with his Xbox. Thanks Rosa for sending it in. "Recently my friend Alejandro was given an Xbox wheel as a present.

So You Want My Job: Juggler

Photo by Ben McKeown Once again we return to our So You Want My Job series, in which we interview men who are employed in desirable jobs and ask them about the reality of their work and for advice on how men can live their dream. Juggling isn’t just for clowns. It can actually be a career.

2010 Resolution #4: Reduce My Entertainment and Hobby Spending by 50%

In an effort to talk about the power of goal-setting along with some methods of setting and achieving goals, I’m going to discuss my four resolutions for 2010 this week. In 2009, I really overspent on my hobbies. My board game collection expanded significantly. I picked up several new video games and computer games.

Why Is It Hard to Know What You Find Fun?

Why, I often wonder, is it so hard to Be Gretchen and to know what I find fun? I’d think that nothing would be more obvious to me than my own nature, but it’s a constant challenge to be myself. Other people have told me that they also find it difficult to identify what they like to do, for work and fun.

How to Play Paper Football

Comic from Married to the Sea. Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Jason Mills. If your boys are already bored with their Christmas toys and are getting restless on their holiday break, take some time to play a game of paper football with them.

Uglify Your Stuff To Keep It Safe

By Paul Michael I don't know about you, but I buy things based on how they look as well as what they do. I was once told that you don't buy a power drill because it looks cool, you buy it because you need holes. Well, yes and no. As a designer and creative, the aesthetic also plays an important role. But what attracts you to objects also attracts thieves.

6 Ways to Start the New Year Doing Instead of Dreaming

It is the time of year where many people will attempt to develop their New Year’s resolutions.

The Other Side of the Frugality Fence

In a recent post at Get Rich Slowly, J.D. defined the “basic law of frugality” as this: “Decide what’s important to you. Give yourself permission to spend on these things.

Best of Awake@TheWheel 2009

What an extraordinary year it’s been both in the world and for our vibrant community… We’ve had some huge and often spirited conversations around a range of passion-driven topics. And, I have to confess I’ve learned from the comments so much more than I’ve shared.

Work table for sound equipment

Day 365. Phew. I made it. It's been a good but exhausting year for me. Working solo from home is not as easy as I thought. But still, I wouldn't have it any other way. I've learnt lots running my own freelance writing business. Mainly, how not to be so hung up on work. Ha. To realise that other things are just as important as the next paycheck.

What is That Next Conference Going to Do For Your Freelancing?

I like going to conferences — especially those that are out of town. I like the excuse to travel, to meet new people and to hear interesting talks. But without an employer willing to spring for a ticket, transportation, room and board, I have to make sure that I can justify the expense.

Favorite Unclutterer posts of 2009

I had a great deal of fun going through all of the 2009 unitaskers for yesterday’s best unitaskers post, so I spent a few hours and did the same with all of the Unclutterer posts. The following are the posts that I loved writing this year.

Get Rich Slowly’s Greatest Hits (2009 Edition)

This past year was one of transition at Get Rich Slowly. In January, I was shocked by the sudden death of one of my best friends. This loss forced me to re-examine my life priorities. For years, I’d made money my focus, and now I realized there were more important things to worry about, including my relationships and my health.

Cold Remedy: 15 Real-World Lifestyle Design Case Studies (Now It’s Your Turn)

If not in 2010, then when? (Photo: jphilipson) The video case studies that I asked for in the last post really caught me unprepared. I…am…so happy that it’s hard to put it into words. From Denmark to India, from college students to retirees, from yoga instructors to engineers, the stories poured in.