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By The Behance Team

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2013 A basic spring cleaning planGet ready to spring clean your home with a basic plan. 2012 Tax time: Three basic steps to get you closer to filing your taxes on timeIf you’re good at procrastinating and do it often, putting off doing your 2011 tax returns would be a very simple thing to do.

The “Crisis Text Line” Helps Thousands of Young People Each Day

The Crisis Text Line provides free support and “active listening” for teens through the method of communication that many people now prefer. Volunteers are available around the clock and communicate with thousands of users in need every day. The organization’s quantified approach, based on five million texts, has produced a unique collection of mental-health data. C.T.L.

Manvotional: The Joys and Difficulties of Making Friends in Adulthood

“Friendship” From At Large, 1908 By Arthur Christopher Benson Some philosophers have devoted time and thought to tracing backwards all our emotions to their primal origin; and it is undoubtedly true that in the intensest and most passionate relationships of life—the love of a man for a woman, or a mother for a child—there is a large admixture of something physical, instinctive,

Last Chance for $250 Statement Credit on SimplyCash Card (Ends February 24)

Link: AmEx SimplyCash Card Years ago I earned a lot of different bank signup bonuses, running around to multiple banks and the occasional credit union to open accounts in exchange for a $100 (sometimes more) credit. Since it took an average of two hours per account, it was essentially a $50/hour job, only limited by the number of available offers.

Stop Marketing to “Millennials” or Any Other Generation

From time to time people ask my advice about marketing to Generation X or Millennials or any other group of people. When this happens, I always worry. One research firm offered me $250 for an hour-long consultation on this exact topic.

3 Rarely Used Tricks for Feeling Happier In A Heartbeat

Everybody has this moment every now and then. We feel like everything is just fine, going in the right direction, and we should feel happy. But there’s something missing… I experience this on a daily basis. And although for the last three years of my life I’ve been living the way most people could only imagine, I’ve felt this lacking almost every day.

Are You Winning At Life?

Are you winning at the game of life or are you just simply playing not to lose? Let me tell you a story... There once was a fish named bobby. He swam all around as his hobby. He'd pick up some food then leave it as crude and now he is dead in the lobby. You see, there are so many people with bad habits of not finishing what they start.

How to Low Bar Squat [VIDEO]

If you’re reading this in an email, click here to watch the video.  Mark Rippetoe, author of Starting Strength, shows me how to perform the low bar squat. Hip Driiive! For more information about Mark and his books,  check out his YouTube Channel and his site startingstrength.com Please subscribe to our YouTube Channel! Filmed and edited by Jordan Crowder

The Weekly Huckberry Giveaway: February 20, 2015

Last week’s winner was Antonio L. from Pittsburgh; he chose the Marathon Divers LGP watch. My Picks This Week Originating in 1901 in Wisconsin, Chippewa boots have shod everyone from soldiers to pilots to explorers. These shoes are synonymous with toughness, durability, and dependability, and every boot is still 100% Made in the USA.

All-Stainless Steel Monitor Stand

Materials: CAPITA legs + EKBY MOSSBY shelf 8.25″ CAPITA legs attached to an EKBY MOSSBY shelf (200.570.00). I can’t find the 8″ legs on the IKEA website, but the 6″ legs are still there (102.678.95). If I had to do it again, I’d probably use the 4″ or 6″ legs.

Entrepreneur or Freelancer - What's the Difference?

The world of work is completely different to what it was a couple of decades ago. Jobs are no longer for life, or even particularly secure. Job hopping is the new normal. The average "career" in the US now lasts a little over four years.

Personalised presents with Ribba frames

We wanted to create special presents for our friends & family. So we bought some Ribba frames, all identically white and squared, and customised them with a theme, inspired from each person’s hobbies and interests. One has two real plants, with pots fixed to the bottom of the frame and no glass on the front (so you can water the plants!).

Where’s Wallet can help you keep track of your wallet

I’ve been part of the Unclutterer writing team for a few years now. In that time, I’ve come to realize that with every post in some ways I’m “preaching to the choir.” That is to say, my posts are read in part by people who already have adopted a clutter-free mindset.

Temporary Sewing Table Solution

Here, in my sewing room, it is a busy little world.

6 Tips for Getting Things Done

People have always commented at my ability to get things done.