Fewer and fewer workers are making expensive and time-consuming commutes to their daily office jobs. Instead, they’re convincing their bosses to allow them to work from home, or finding ways to make money from home on their own. Here are a few ways you can ditch the suits or heels and start making money on… Continue reading 6 ways people are making money from home in 2013
Want to get a job in something you like? Most folks will tell you to take a class in it. Right. Like taking a class in something is the most assured way of becoming an expert in anything anywhere. You want to learn something? Go do it. The problem? A lot of those cool careers… Continue reading 5 inexpensive hobbies that pay for themselves
When you get started in the freelance world, it’s not always as easy as it looks. You need a lot of organization, motivation, and self-discipline.
Flow is a productivity tool that offers an intuitive, sensible solution to all of your personal tasking needs. With a clean, user-friendly interface, Flow makes managing your tasks a simple process from start to finish. From the moment of a project’s conception, Flow users can oversee its progress entirely. Once a task has been created,… Continue reading Flow will never let you miss a task again
The iPhone has been blazing trails in the smartphone industry for 5 years now. It’s domination has been threatened lately by the rise of Android devices, particularly those of their arch-enemy, Samsung. Hacks are good and every phone has them. These are the tricks that got lost in the shuffle or were intentionally left in… Continue reading 3 quick iPhone hacks that you probably didn’t know
Some people keep their laptops for a long time. Others upgrade regularly because they think that their laptops are outdated or too slow. In either case, it’s important to know how to keep your laptop running at optimal performance levels so that the decision to get a new laptop is done at the right time… Continue reading How to nurture your laptop to make it live longer
Apple has been the butt end of many jokes since it launched its failure of an app: Apple Maps. Since then, they’ve tried to fix it but many people simply won’t be fooled a second time. Thankfully, there is no shortage of map apps out there that can run on an iPhone or iPad. This… Continue reading If you still hate Apple Maps, here are 5 alternatives
One of the most personal online violations that can occur to anyone is getting hacked. It could be a personal attack such as a Facebook account, on which 600k successful hacks are achieved daily. It could be something more general such as a database hack that exposes personal information. It could be much, much worse.… Continue reading Duh. The easiest way to stop hackers is with real passwords.
Cell phone plans are almost as easy to understand as particle physics. There are so many plans, each with their own freedoms and restrictions, that it can be quite confusing to determine which is the best one for a particular person. Prepaid cell phones, however, take away some of the confusion by avoiding contracts and… Continue reading No contract cell phone plans are on the rise
In many ways, smartphones are actually too smart. They have capabilities that few ever take advantage of and there are so many apps that there’s no way to explore a fraction of them. Smartphones can help you organize, remember, and hack life in general with their capabilities. Used properly, they can even help you make… Continue reading 5 ways to work smarter on your smartphone