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The Simple Dollar

By Trent Hamm

Small Actions, Huge Impact

By Leo Babauta Most people get hung up because of a few reasons: A task or project is too intimidating/overwhelming, so they put it off. Sticking to new habits is hard, so they fail after a week or two. Life becomes overwhelming, because there’s so much to do, so many choices. The problems with these common situations is that we take the big picture, the overwhelming nature of it all, and

How to Create Web Input Forms With Google Sheets

In this tutorial, I'll show how to create web forms that log responses to a spreadsheet in Google Sheets.

5 Tips For Getting Maximum Value Out Of Your Quick Getaways

Short trips and quick getaways are trending. A lot of travelers today are on a tight budget and can’t make a long vacation work.

Podcast #304: What Football Can Teach Boys About Being Men

Football is often seen as an incubator of rough and wild masculinity. But one former NFL lineman, turned church minister, turned high school football coach, sees football as a platform to teach young men how to be both tough and tender.

Struggling to Get Something Done? Set Up Outer Accountability (Especially if You’re an Obliger!)

Have I mentioned that I’ve created a personality framework called the “Four Tendencies?” Oh right, I think I have. Well, if you don’t know about this framework, which divides all of humanity into four categories — Upholder, Questioner, Obliger, and Rebel — you can read an explanation and to take the quiz to find out your Tendency here. Of the Four Tendencies, &#

10 Questions To Ask Your Commercial Agent When Leasing Office Space

When it comes to renting office space, you can never be too careful when signing a lease. Failure to do your due diligence can lead to problems. For instance, the wrong space can hurt your business if it’s difficult for your clients to access your building or if you don’t have the amenities they require.

Wedding gifts we still use 16 years later

Order a copy today of ​Never Too Busy to Cure Clutter​ by Unclutterer's Editor-in-Chief Erin Rooney Doland. Way back in the year 2000, my then girlfriend and I decided to get married. We created a gift registry, as so many engaged couples to do. As a pair of young people with very little in the way of “real world” possessions, we asked for many things we thought we’d use for years.

Buy Our New Book! The Illustrated Art of Manliness Is Now Available

After a year and a half of hard work, I’m happy to announce that The Illustrated Art of Manliness is now available in bookstores everywhere. Go get a copy today! First, a big thanks to all of you who pre-ordered a copy (or copies) of the book back in April.

Portholes from IKEA Groggy trays

For one porthole you need two Groggy trays and one circular piece of glass or acrylic 345mm (13 ½”) diameter and 3mm thick. A glazier can cut the glass for you and he/she can also heat treat it so that it’s toughened and much safer to use. Toughened glass is much stronger and you won’t cut yourself on it if it breaks. I also used some foam weather strip. 1.

6 Questions To Ask When Designing A Business App

App development for businesses and brands is on the rise.

How to Start Selling Products Online Successfully (In 2017)

Opening an online business is as easy as a few clicks, which is why the Internet has been flooded with aspiring retailers in recent years.But launching a successful store is a whole different story.

How to Insert a YouTube Video into Powerpoint in 60 Seconds

In Microsoft PowerPoint, you can add a YouTube video to really bring some variety to your presentation.

There’s More To Eye Color Than Meets The Eye

Back when you were in high school, your teacher probably told you that you could predict the eye color of your future child’s eyes by knowing which genes are dominant and which are recessive. It turns out that, much like many of the things you learned about in high school, things are a lot more complicated than what is taught in class.

The 10 Physical Skills Every Man Should Master

You probably started crawling when you were about nine months old, and walking at a year. You likely got running around a year later, and learned how to jump not long after that.

Turn Your Google Docs Form Responses Into Beautiful Visualizations

One of Google Docs best features is its forms, which are a free way to survey your users and gather information.