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By Tony Clark

Lifestyle inflation: How to decide if it’s ever okay

This article is by staff writer Kristin Wong. Despite that I don’t own it, I like my apartment. It’s got a mountainous view, it’s comfortable, and my neighbors are few but friendly. Sure, I’d like to own a home someday. But, unless I move to another city, that probably isn’t going to happen in the next few years. I’m fine with that.

Tony Robbins on Morning Routines, Peak Performance, and Mastering Money

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Best Gas Credit Cards of 2014

The best gas credit cards enable you to take advantage of high reward rates on inevitable spending. With more than 200 million licensed drivers in the U.S. traveling on average over 13,000 miles a year, there are a lot of rewards that are going unrecognized and unredeemed. The best credit cards for gas are actually cash back rewards cards.

College Internship Guide

College is tough. You’re applying for scholarships, dealing with student loan debt, taking tough courses, and all while worrying about the end game – getting a job after graduation. An internship is one of the best things you can do to help with your job quest.

What Every Man Should Know About Sleep

This post is brought to you by Tuft & Needle. Tuft & Needle makes quality mattresses and offers them for an honest price. Exclusively available online and made in the USA, the mattress ships right to your door. No gimmicks, no sales tactics, 30 night trial and easy returns.What’s this? Sleep is a really weird thing, when you think about it.

Baroque Mirror RAM

Materials: RAM mirror Photo: IKEA.com An Ikea Ram which was too good to throw away was left over. But what to do with it? My wife’s idea was to convert it into something real sugary. And what is more sugary than gold and ornaments? Not much, I guess So we grabbed that mirror, some gold varnish and stucco made of styrofoam and created this golden beauty.

Secrets of Adulthood: Nothing Is More Exhausting Than the Task That’s Never Started.

Further Secrets of Adulthood:   Agree, disagree? For the research for my forthcoming book about habit change, Better Than Before, I asked people about the habits they most wanted to change. I found that most habits fall into the “Essential Seven“: 1. Eat and drink more healthfully (give up sugar, eat more vegetables, drink less alcohol) 2. Exercise regularly 3.

How I saved my Antonius laundry bin

Materials: ANTONIUS laundry bin The laundry bag of was all mouldy and could not be salvaged. I bought a roll of wire mesh. I measured the Antonius frame and cut the mesh to size. Affixed the mesh with cable ties to the Antonius frame at strategic spots to keep it firmly in place. Repeat on all four sides and bottom. Voila! Damp proof laundry bin that will probably last forever.

Can You Get More Than One Chase Ink Card?

Link: 70,000 Point Bonus for Ink Plus After a false alarm last week when we thought the latest mega-bonus would end, we learned that it was actually extended for at least another few days. There’s still time to take advantage of 20,000 extra points! A number of aspiring travel hackers asked if they could get this small business card if they didn’t own a business.

Knuff Dice Tower

I’ve been wanting to make a dice tower for our family for a long time. It can prove useful when one plays boardgames that include loads of dice.

Organize wiry earbuds

When not in use, they’re unwieldy and messy. Even when tucked in a drawer, they tend to sprawl out and take over the whole thing. But, even though they create a mess, I still prefer to have them. I’m talking about earbuds. When you buy a new smartphone or digital music player, you often get a “free” pair.

Just Love. (My most epic declaration of desires and demands, inspired by Eve Ensler.)

With @djdrez . His beats. My words. It worked. You know what I want? I want JUST LOVE. Something so pure it transmutes my terror of not getting what I want into what I want the most: JUST LOVE. You know what I want?

Nine Financial Questions to Discuss When Your First Child Is on the Way

In February 2005, Sarah and I were handed a completely unexpected piece of information. Sarah was pregnant and our first child was going to arrive late in the year. It was a life-changing moment. Sarah and I had several months to prepare, of course.

The Trans-Americas Journey: On the Road with Karen Catchpole & Eric Mohl

This is a traveler case study. (Read others or nominate yourself.) Seeing the world means different things to different people. For Karen Catchpole and Eric Mohl, it means taking a deep dive road trip through the Americas, from top to bottom. After over seven years and 150,000 miles, they still have most of South America to drive through. Tell us about yourselves.

10 Great Books that Will Boost Your Creativity

Becoming more creative can be challenging, especially if you have no idea where to start. You’ve probably already scoured Google for the answers to all your creative problems and whether if you’ve found answers or not, you walked away from the search engine not feeling like you found what would get you over the hump.