Monthly Archives: November 2013

Ask an Expert: All About Dealing with Anxiety and Depression

Ask an Expert: All About Dealing with Anxiety and Depression

We all feel down sometimes, and it can be difficult to know what differentiates a few bad days from something that might require more serious attention. A what point should you seek help and where can you get it?

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Make an Accurate Dowel Jig from Scrap Wood

Make an Accurate Dowel Jig from Scrap Wood

Connecting thin pieces of wood together is easy with dowels, which make strong joints. But lining them up can be a tricky process. Make this dowel jig for drilling accurate holes.

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Firefox Adds Tracking Protection, Tab Audio Indicators, and More

Firefox Adds Tracking Protection, Tab Audio Indicators, and More

Mozilla has added tracking protection to Firefox?s private browsing mode, so in addition to not saving your browsing history, Firefox will also block ads and other content on websites that are trying to track your every move .

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“If You Want to Be Interesting, You Have to Be Interested”

“If You Want to Be Interesting, You Have to Be Interested”

No one wants to be considered dull, whether you?re meeting new people or trying to impress familiar ones. The quote above from Steal Like An Artist author Austin Kleon reminds us that the key to becoming a more interesting person is to become more interested.

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Amazon Store Cardholders Can Save $50 on an Amazon Echo

Amazon Store Cardholders Can Save on an Amazon Echo

Ready to speak to the future ? For a limited time, Amazon Store Cardholders and new members can save $ 50 on the surprisingly great Amazon Echo, bringing it down to just $ 130. That would be a good price for a speaker of this quality on its own, let alone one that can read you the news and convert measurements while you cook.

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Blaming Yourself for Failure Could Increase Your Risk of Injury

Blaming Yourself for Failure Could Increase Your Risk of Injury

Practicing a healthy mindset doesn?t just strengthen your brain ?it may protect your body from injury, too. Runners in a recent study were more likely to develop overuse injuries like tendonitis if they were hard on themselves after bad performances. A study author told Runner?s World:

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