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19 Easy-To-Pack Lunches Under 400 Calories

No more sad brown-bag sandwich.<p>Each of the meals listed here are tasty, healthy, and under 400 calories. Obviously calories aren't the be-all, end-all of health, and depending on your personal goals you might want to eat more than 400 calories for lunch — do what makes the most sense for you. Also …

19 Genius Health Tips Lazy People Will Appreciate

Working hard or hardly working?

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Here Are 15 Meals You Can Make In 15 Minutes

No excuses, you guys.

23 Diagrams That Make Gardening So Much Easier

Whether you've got two green thumbs or you're an avowed plant-murderer, you need these tips.

Here's How To Tie Anything And Everything

Knots, laces, togas, scarves — you have met your match. Bookmark this immediately.

Green Goddess Glow Bowl

Lean, clean and green.<p>That’s what this Green Goddess Glow Bowl is all about. The best part about it?<p>20 minutes is all it takes. We need all the …

Healthy Eating

23 Adorable DIY Ways To Show Off Your Plants

Whether you have a sprawling backyard or a tiny windowsill, these garden projects will put a ~spring~ in your step.

27 Household Cleaning Tricks Every Parent Should Know

Living with kids is dirty business.

21 DIY Projects Your Boyfriend Wishes You Would Make

And not a bacon bouquet to be seen.

41 DIY Gifts You'll Want To Keep For Yourself

These are cuter, cheaper, and way more meaningful than the store-bought alternative.

Please Stop Saving Me A Click

Here's an online behavior that's worth reconsidering.<p>Lately, a new behavior seems to be picking up steam. More and more, average men, women, androgynous novelty Twitter accounts, and even brands are bravely butting in, taking up a conservationist cause. It looks like this:<p>There are clicks in need …

Art Students Transform Ugly Electrical Towers Into Colorful Lighthouses

Three art students in Germany have come up with a novel way to beautify ordinarily ugly urban environments. They turned a common electric tower into …

Stained Glass

NEW Chalk-Drawn Adventures of Sluggo by David Zinn

Do you remember Sluggo, a bright green inhabitant of Ann Arbor, Michigan, we wrote about almost two years ago? Chalk-drawn by a local artist David …

Ann Arbor

Dramatic Fairy Sculptures Dancing With Dandelions By Robin Wight

Robin Wight, a UK-based sculptor that works primarily with stainless steel wire, has mastered the creation of enchanting and dynamic fairy sculptures …


Sky News Apologises After Presenter Rifles Though MH17 Passenger's Luggage Live On Air

Colin Brazier can be heard saying "I shouldn't really be doing this" in the report, which went out live on Sunday afternoon.<p>Today whilst presenting from the site of the MH17 air crash Colin Brazier reflected on the human tragedy of the event and showed audiences the content of one of the victims' …

Verizon Tech Support Prioritizes Help By Users' Social "Influencer" Level

A possible stray DM gives us a glimpse behind the curtain.<p>This afternoon, the Verizon Solutions Center Twitter account tweeted out something unusual:<p>The tweet appears to be a direct message, perhaps for another Verizon Support employee. Combing through the account, which provides light, individual …

Facebook Data Scientists Manipulated News Feed To Perform A Psychology Experiment On 600,000 Users

Facebook isn't free.<p>Aside from being the world's largest social network, Facebook is also a sociologist's dream. With 1.28 billion worldwide active users, the social network has created the most formidable data set ever seen for studying human behavior.<p>Not one to let your data go to waste, the …

How a Raccoon Became an Aardvark

In July of 2008, Dylan Breves, then a seventeen-year-old student from New York City, made a mundane edit to a Wikipedia entry on the coati. The coati, a member of the raccoon family, is “also known as … a Brazilian aardvark,” Breves wrote. He did not cite a source for this nickname, and with good …

Photographer Reveals What The Human Body Looks Like At Age 100+

When we think of human beauty, most of us think of someone young and sexy and in their low to mid 20s. But photographer Anastasia Pottinger makes a …

A TED-Ed Animation Explaining the World Wide Web

A recent TED-Ed animated lecture, based on a lesson by educator Twila Camp, explains what exactly the World Wide Web is, how it is different from the …


A Park Ranger's Guide to Yosemite

TravelInsider's Guide<p>Both the solitude of the alpine ridge and the throngs of the valley are part of the experience when you visit <b>Yosemite National Park</b>. “No temple made with human hands can compare with Yosemite,” wrote John Muir, whose crusading led to the creation of the park.<p><b>Kari Cobb</b> has been …

How To Dry Herbs

A good pasta sauce or roast is never complete without a selection of tasty herbs. The problem with purchasing herbs at the store… total sticker shock …

14 Exercises You Can Do While Lying Down

It's rest-ercize. Halfway between yoga and a nap.

30 Baby Shower Games That Are Actually Fun

Celebrate baby's arrival with games that are cheesy, ridiculous, and sentimental — all at once.

41 Cheap And Easy Backyard DIYs You Must Do This Summer

Go outside! You look like you need a little sun.

10 DIY Ways To Bring A Little Green Into Your Space

Spring up your decor with these incredibly easy planter projects!

33 Genius Hacks Guaranteed To Make A Parent's Job Easier

Raising a tiny human being is one of the hardest jobs out there.

How to Use Kale Stems

<i>There are so many great conversations on the Hotline -- it's hard to choose a favorite. But we'll be doing it, once a week, to spread the wealth of our community's knowledge -- and to keep the conversation going.</i><p><i>Today: We love kale's leaves, but its tough stems stump us. In honor of Earth Day,</i> …