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By Chanpory Rith

KURA and Old BREKKE transform to ONE FUN-tastic BED

I wanted to make a change in the nursery and because I wanted something creative for kids and why space is needed (like everyone). After seeing IKEAHackers I remembered an old bed IKEA I bought before the birth of my daughter (7 years ago).

How You Can Help Educate the Next Generation of Web Professionals

The web industry is growing fast: no-one can dispute that.

9 Things You Must Stop Doing Now If You Want To Live Free In A World That Can Bind You Up

Most people want to be free to do what they like when they like. Unfortunately, this never becomes a reality for a whole host of reasons that always seem sensible at the time. We live in a world that makes it tough to be free or should I say, that the way we go about living in this abundant world causes us to long for freedom but never truly achieve it.

Your teen’s summer jobs could be their first million

This article is by staff writer William Cowie. Few things are as much a part of growing up in America as getting a summer job. And here’s why most agree a summer job is a good thing to have as part of your coming of age: You get a good introduction to the rest of your life, which more likely than not will involve a job — working for someone else.

4 Ways to Stop Procrastinating

After a nice walk on a Saturday, my friend told me she had some housework to do and was weighing her options. “I really don’t want to do it now, but if I wait until Sunday night, it’ll put a damper on my whole weekend. It’s like I won’t really enjoy anything until it’s done.” Boy, could I relate.

Four Ways to Clean up Your Act and Become a Better Person

Counting your change as you exit the local supermarket, you discover that the cashier accidentally handed you back a ten dollar bill instead of a five.  You pause, debating whether to go back and correct the error or pocket your modest windfall. What you do next may depend on how fresh the fruit smelled in the produce section.

7 Rituals to Help You Move Heaven and Earth

The things that we do to help ourselves only have ongoing positive effects if we make them into habits. Positive change is even more profound and more permanent when those habits become rituals. What is the difference between a habit and a ritual? A habit is simply something that you do on a regular basis without the need to force yourself to do so.

Benefits of Having God

How it pays to have faith in God, religion or the associated paraphernalia (let me call it ‘it’ for the remaining part)? • ‘It’ frees up time, energy and motivation since you’ve offloaded a part of your mental baggage to a third party vendor. This saved time can be reinvested in something productive or interesting.

A year ago on Unclutterer

2011 Clutter and Newton’s First Law of MotionWhen uncluttering your home and office, chances are you’ll come across many objects you’ve thought about getting rid of dozens (maybe hundreds) of times, but never did. 2010 Ask Unclutterer: Best methods for recycling?I recycle almost everything.

5 Ways To Know If Your Loved One Is Suffering From Depression

Many people experience low moods where they feel sad and/or helpless, stressed or vulnerable for periods of time, as they struggle to deal with challenging life experiences. Family situations, work pressures, financial worries and grief over the loss of someone close to them can all contribute to these feelings, which are a normal response for a short period of time. However, when these

Manvotional: The Supreme Charity of the World

“The Supreme Charity of the World” From The Kingship of Self-Control, 1901 By William George Jordan True charity is not typified by an almsbox. The benevolence of a check book does not meet all the wants of humanity. Giving food, clothing and money to the poor is only the beginning, the kindergarten class, of real charity. Charity has higher, purer forms of manifestation.

Butter Scraped Over Too Much Bread–Know the Feeling?

For a while, I’d been feeling very…depleted. I kept feeling as though I needed to catch my breath. As I was trying to describe how I felt, to myself, I was reminded of something Bilbo said to Gandalf in J.R.R. Tolkien’s The Fellowship of the Ring. It perfectly describes how I’d been feeling.

16 things I like about the new IKEA Catalog 2016

The arrival of the new IKEA catalog is always an event, on IKEA Hackers at least. So when the online version went up, I browsed and bookmarked my favourites, way past bed time.

9 Productivity Lessons From Kids

Little kids are adorable! With their big curious eyes they can melt anyone’s heart. Besides being very cute, they can also teach you many things that will make you more productive. Here are some very helpful lessons inspired by kids.    Sleep is a priority Kids, especially infants, sleep as if they get paid for it. They sleep for 10-18 hours per day.

What Happened at WDS 2015? Unfiltered Attendee Reviews, Round I

Every year after WDS we receive hundreds of blog posts, reviews, and writeups from attendees. Here’s the first round of unfiltered opinions on a variety of topics related to the whole event.