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What To Do With The Time That Daylight Saved You?

You know, as a blog that is focused on, among other things, helping you save time, it feels like this weekend was gifted to us like manna from heaven. As most, hopefully all, of you know, we moved the clocks back an hour last night. This has two immediate impacts: 1. It makes sunset an…

Do Yourself A Favor: Beat The Lines On Election Day

Tensions are running high, people. We’re just five short days from the election and you can practically smell the anxiety in the air. In fact, this palpable anxiety will resonate with every voter out there and, dare I say it, even bridges party lines. What am I talking about? Voting lines, obviously. Voting lines,…

Falling For Change

I know it may not feel like October right now, but the calendar don’t lie. We’re inching up on November and as we continue our methodical march, regions all over this great land are starting to see the shift. Leaves are changing, days are getting shorter, and by golly, the temperatures are supposed…

Your Summer-Aint-Over-Yet Guide To Summer

Guys, I hate to break it to you, but in the not-too-distant future summer will be over and we’ll be faced with challenges we haven’t seen in gosh, I don’t know, five months? I’m talking about a cooling of the weather. The changing of the seasons. And most of all, a…

Travel to Avoid. Travel to Enjoy: Your Seasonal Travel Guide

Travel season and summer are usually synonymous with each other. Our minds automatically associate the warmest months of the year with vacation; and even though there is still some time before school kicks off again, that mindset causes us to think the travel season is over. This is hogwash! The travel season is never over…

Bring Some Productivity to Your Laziness

The purpose of this blog is to give you the tools you need to be more productive, optimize your time, and enjoy any extra time you may have stumbled across. The focus is mostly on ways to beat laziness while embracing productivity, but today, something a little different is going to call this place home…

Break the Ice: or How I Learned to Talk to Strangers

It’s summer, it’s July, and according to my friend on the subway this morning, we’re in the middle of a heat wave here in New York. Normally this would be reason enough to clear out the convenience store freezer of all their ice, fill the bathtub with it, and get in. Instead,…