Carol Davis

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FitBark is a wearable activity and sleep tracker for dogs - The Gadgeteer

For qauntified self junkies who not only want to track their own health stats, but also those of their pet’s, comes FitBark. FitBark is a small …

Find out why everyone’s going crazy over this motion-activated under bed lighting system

There are a million different things you can do with all of the LED light strips out there these days, but most of them are a bit silly. LED lighting …

How Often You Should Wash Your Clothes, According to Science

Most often, washing your clothes is as simple looking at them (or smelling them), and making a judgement call. However, it’s not just about that …

The Most Popular Songs to Shower to, According to Spotify

Knowing you’ve got some great shower music for your morning routine can make it easier to drag yourself out of bed. Here’s are the tunes Spotify …

Track Your Fever With This $16 Smart Thermometer

<b>Update:</b> Sold out at $16. Now up to $24.<p>The oral thermometer <i>probably</i> didn’t need to be reinvented, but if you’re the kind of person who likes …

Journaley Is a Simple, Free, Private Journaling App for Windows

Windows: There are lots of great reasons to keep a journal, but if you’re looking for the perfect app to help you start, keep your entries organized, …

LinkedIn Probably Owes You Money for Being Annoying

People join LinkedIn to help advance their careers (or at least feel like they’re trying). People do not join LinkedIn to receive an endless torrent …

LinkedIn

“Keeping Up With the Joneses” Isn’t Just About Stuff, It’s About Habits

Your neighbor gets a fancy new car and now you want one, too: most of us are familiar with the concept of “keeping up with the Joneses.” But it’s not …

Pediatricians Now Agree: Screen Time Isn’t So Bad for Kids

Screen time isn’t necessarily bad for kids—it depends what they’re doing on that screen. The American Academy of Pediatrics recently agreed, dropping …

Pediatrics

Clean Your Hard-to-Reach Spots With a Homemade, Reusable Duster

Every home has some areas, like in between your blinds, that can accumulate some serious dust. In a pinch, you can make a duster out of a spatula and …

Homemade

How Twitter’s 140-Character Limit Made Me a Better Writer

Twitter is planning to extend its typical 140-character limit, and a lot of people are welcoming the change. But as annoying as the 140-character …

How Much Bringing Your Own Lunch to Work Can Really Save

You’ve heard that bringing your own lunch to work can save you money, but how much does it really save? According to personal finance site Money …

Personal Finance

Try Meditative Coloring to Help Ease Stress and Anxiety

Most of us know coloring as a childhood activity involving Crayons and an OCD-like urge to stay only within the lines. But coloring for adults may …

Do You Really Need to Drink More Water?

You can eat well and exercise, but to round out your identity as a Person Who Makes Healthy Choices you may feel like you need to drain a large water …

Your Stubbornness Is the Real Reason You Aren't Losing Weight

I’ve seen thousands of people attempt a weight loss regimen, and there is one common trait shared by people who fail fast. It’s not bad genetics, …

De-Pill Your Clothes With the Rough Side of a Dry Sponge

Little balls of fuzz, or pills, can build up on the fabric of some of your favorite clothing items. Sweaters and jackets are particularly susceptible …

Sweaters

Why Your iPhone May Suddenly Feel Like It's Running Slower Than Usual

If it seems like your iPhone has been running a bit slower the last couple of weeks, it could all be in your head. Some interesting Google Trends …

Why Metaphors Beat The Snot Out Of Facts When It Comes To Motivating Action

Douglas Van Praet returns to tackle the magic of metaphors, and explain why they beat facts when it comes to creative persuasion.<p>Metaphors have long permeated creative expression from cave paintings to commercials. And there’s a good reason that Geico is “So easy, a cavemen can do it,” Prudential …