This Interactive Guide Tells You the Right Beef Cuts for Any Meal

There are so many different cuts of beef you can order at the butcher counter that choosing the proper one based on how you're cooking it can be confusing. This "interactive butcher counter" will help. » 10/31/14 11:00am Yesterday 11:00am

How to Stick to a Writing Schedule

Practice makes perfect, the old adage goes, and the more you write the better you get at it. Whether you're blogging for money or writing for yourself—perhaps for November's NaNoWriMo, National Novel Writing Month—here are some tips to develop a writing habit. » 10/31/14 8:00am Yesterday 8:00am

This Calculator Shows How Long It Will Take to Save a Million Dollars

With consistent savings and (hopefully) a decent interest rate on those savings, you might be able to become a millionaire. When and what will it take? This interactive calculator will show you. » 10/30/14 11:00am Thursday 11:00am

My main gripe with Inbox is that deleting emails takes too much work. The "you don't need it" function should be delete the email, not archive it. Archiving/Done = "you don't need it right now, but want to save it for posterity or use at some uncertain point in the future" » 10/29/14 10:21am Wednesday 10:21am

Simplify and Find Your True Style with a 10-Item Wardrobe

It's a common conundrum: we have too many clothes and nothing to wear. Tailor your wardrobe into just 10 core pieces (plus extras), however, and you could change your life. » 10/28/14 11:44am Tuesday 11:44am

7+ MacGyver Tricks People Have Learned in Prison

When you're sent to prison, you're stripped of basic comforts the rest of us take for granted—things like having many food options or a way to light contraband cigarettes. Necessity is the mother of invention, so those who have been in prison have had to come up with some creative life hacks for when resources are… » 10/27/14 4:00am Monday 4:00am