Margaret Lapp

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Mac vs. Windows: Your Best Arguments

The war between Mac and Windows devotees has been raging for decades, and last week we asked you to weigh in. Today we're taking a look at the best …

Try "Location Boxing" to Get Your Brain to Switch Gears

For the past week, I’ve been taking an hour or so at the coffee shop near my office to knock out most of my email and communications. Then when I get …

19 Signs You've Been Vegan Too Long

This post is dedicated to anyone who's ever sprinkled nutritional yeast on their popcorn.

6 Signs That People are Afraid of You (In a Good Way)

As Beyoncé (perhaps the greatest thing to happen to both our dancing booties and female-kind as a whole) is known to say, “A diva is a female version …

19 '90s-Inspired DIYs

You could get all your Clarissa Explains It All garb at Urban Outfitters. But then you'd have to shop there.

Top 10 Awesome MacGyver Tricks That Speak For Themselves

Some life-altering tricks require a complete how-to guide just to understand. Others are so genius in their simplicity that they speak for …

The Seven Elements of a Creative Personality

Forget Myers-Briggs. A study out of BI Norwegian Business School has determined the signposts of a "creative" personality. There are seven of them, …

Creativity

Jon Stewart's 11 Most Epic CNN Rants

When CNN screws up, Jon Stewart and The Daily Show are there to let America know. Nobody covers real news blunders quite like this fake newsman.

11 Beyoncé Quotes To Live By

If we can't be Beyonce, we can at least learn from her.

'Let's Explore': David Sedaris On His Public Private Life

David Sedaris writes personal stories, funny tales about his life growing up in a Greek family outside of Raleigh, N.C., about working as an elf in Santa's workshop at Christmastime, and about living abroad with his longtime partner, Hugh. The stories have appeared on <i>This American Life</i> and in <i>The</i> …

Disorganized Screwdrivers, Apartment Hunting, and Bedroom Offices

Readers offer their best tips for finding your screwdrivers in a mess, looking at apartments, and working from the same room you sleep in.<p>Every day …

Spring Cleaning

6 Girl-Focused YA Books You Should Still Totally Read Now

These teen novels were hits with '80s and '90s girls. And they're still awesome.

What Makes You Feel at Home in a New City?

In my adult life I have now moved cross county twice and lived in a few very different cities. Most recently I made the move from Boston to San …

Fearless Living: Do What You Are Afraid to Do

If you’ve ever fallen in love, you would know how good it makes you feel. It’s an exciting and at the same time terrifying sensation. You might be …

Narcissism

30sec Tip: The Best Career Advice

7 Unwritten Rules You Need To Know For Handling Friendships in the Office

Friendships can make work so much more enjoyable, or at least tolerable, but be aware of the unwritten rules if you don't want to derail your career.

45 Questions To Ask To Get To Know Someone

We often meet new people at parties or through work situations. Do you have a good way to get to know someone new without just talking about your job …

Increasing Confidence with Body Language

Anyone who has studied body language can tell that people keeping themselves in defensive positions are less confident and have less self-esteem. …

20 Ways to Stay Ultra Creative

10 Lesbian Movies You Love To "Hate Watch" On Netflix

You watched it for the gay storyline, but you hated yourself for it because the storyline was crap. Welcome to the always complicated love/hate relationship of "hate watching" lesbian films.

21 Books Written by and About Women That Men Would Benefit From Reading

From Tina Fey's memoir to Margaret Atwood and Octavia Butler's dystopias, these works offer a window into the female experience.<p>Little, Brown and Company<p><b>Suburban-Angst Films</b><p>This week, <i>Salon</i> published a great interview with Meg Wolitzer (whose just-released novel <i>The Interestings</i> is currently being …

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