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- How to Get Your Daikon Radish Onby Tara Yarlagadda on March 2, 2021 at 4:00 pm
Also known as winter radish, icicle radish, Chinese radish and Japanese radish, daikon has the crunchy texture of a red radish, but with a much milder taste.
- Why We Love Henry David Thoreau, in 5 Quotesby Dave Roos on March 2, 2021 at 1:00 pm
We may think of Thoreau as the Walden Pond hermit who penned profound books on nature and philosophy. But he was also funny and sociable and valued his friends deeply. What can we learn from some of his best quotes?
- 5 Things You Didn't Know About 'The Sound of Music'by Kathryn Whitbourne on March 2, 2021 at 12:00 am
For starters, not everyone loved this movie when it first debuted.
- What's the Difference Between Twilight and Dusk?by Valerie Stimac on March 1, 2021 at 9:00 pm
Dusk is a beautiful time of day. So is twilight. But when does one turn into the other? And did you know there were three versions of each?
- How Tetris Went From Soviet Mind Game to Smash Hitby John Donovan on March 1, 2021 at 8:08 pm
Tetris was developed during the Cold War by a puzzle-happy programmer working for the Russian Academy of Sciences. So how did this addictive game break free of the Iron Curtain?
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- Send Us Your Relationship Questions for Some 'Tough Love'by Sam Blum on March 2, 2021 at 4:45 pm
After a too-long hiatus, Lifehacker’s relationship column Tough Love is returning. The column’s new iteration will be written by me, and I’m very excited to forge a deep relationship with the site’s readers by helping them with their romantic, personal and existential woes.Read more...
- You Won't Regret Dropping Money on Today’s Best Amazon Dealsby Andrew Hayward on Roundups, shared by Ignacia to Lifehacker on March 2, 2021 at 4:21 pm
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- How to Cancel Your Gym Membershipby Josh Ocampo and Joel Cunningham on March 2, 2021 at 4:00 pm
From temporarily closed gyms, to new occupancy limits, to mask requirements, the pandemic has changed the way many of us exercise. But even if your local gym is open at this point, you may no longer feel comfortable heading indoors to work out with a bunch of other people, all of your grunting and gasping and…Read more...
- Tuesday's Best Deals: Pokémon Anniversary Apparel, Aukey Smart Watch, Insignia 70" 4K TV, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, Blume Self Care Bundle, Cuisinart Cookware, and Moreby The Inventory Staff on Kinja Deals, shared by Jordan McMahon to Lifehacker on March 2, 2021 at 3:50 pm
A sale on Pokémon 25th anniversary apparel and Aukey’s Smart Watch lead Tuesday’s best deals.Read more...
- Don't Let Google Scare You Into Paying for Google Photosby David Murphy on March 2, 2021 at 3:00 pm
Google Photos is going away soon—or at least, the useful free service we used to store years’ worth of photographs is finally getting hit with a storage limit. Go beyond that, and you’ll have to pay to store your photos. That’s not great, but what’s almost as annoying are the scare tactics Google is using to convince…Read more...
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- Tuesday’s Best Amazon Deals Include Leather Handbags and Samsung Desktop Monitorsby Smart Shopping Team on March 2, 2021 at 9:30 am
- The Secret Ingredient for Cooking Scrambled Eggs Fast Without Drying Them Outby Michele Debczak on March 2, 2021 at 9:00 am
Adding a special ingredient to your scrambled eggs helps keep them creamy and tender even when cooked quickly.
- When Chumbawamba Released an Album Celebrating Margaret Thatcher’s Deathby Ellen Gutoskey on March 1, 2021 at 5:00 pm
The “Tubthumping” rockers bid adieu to the Iron Lady with a touching musical tribute featuring “Ding Dong! The Witch Is Dead.”
- 11 Products You Need on Your Spring Cleaning Checklistby Lauren Dana on March 1, 2021 at 4:00 pm
Whether you want to go high-tech with a robot mop or simple with a trusty Febreze plug-in, these products are perfect for renewing your home for spring.
- Can Honey Go Bad?by Jake Rossen on March 1, 2021 at 3:30 pm
Honey can spend years in a pantry without spoiling because bees are very diligent when it comes to food safety.
- Archetype Family: Thinking
- Other Expressions: Professional, Student, Scholar, Judge
- Life Journey: To pursue knowledge for the sake of discovering thruth in all areas of life.
- Unique Challenge: To recognize when I’ve locked myself into a line of thinking
based on my education or experience; to remain open to new ideas.
- Lesson To Learn: To learn to listen to my gut, and to discern the differences between reason and truth.
- Defining Grace: Wisdom
- Challenge To Self: I will avoid paralysis by analysis.
THE CRONE: The wise woman who hands down information to younger women on the path to womanhood. You can also become bitter, cranky and intolerant with age.
THE SEEKER: You are on a search for truth and wisdom wherever it can be found. You can also be a lost soul.
THE PHILOSOPHER: You are on a pursuit to better understand the meaning of life . You can also become too opinionated and “certain”.
THE THEOLOGIAN: You are passionate about the study of a particular religion. You can also be dogmatic.
THE JUDGE: You excel at mediation, arbitration and cutting through to the heart of the matter with compassion , fairness and balance. You can also be prone to excessive criticism, profiling, lack of compassion, misuse of laws.
THE INVENTOR: You are a modern day alchemist that converts matter into energy or energy into matter. You can apply your skills between the spiritual , entertainment or visionary realms. You can also use your knowledge to trick , manipulate, or alter facts or systems with criminal implications.
THE SCHOLAR/STUDENT: Scholars and students bring a lively curiosity with them wherever they go.
THE GEEK: Geeks and nerds are true to themselves, and because of this they can be inspiring as friends who don’t judge books by their covers or people by their shoes.
THE SCIENTIST: Scientists are able to keep several ideas in their heads at the same time. They are as happy listening as talking and are always up for an intelligent conversation.
THE LIAR: When individuals whose stock and trade is their wisdom and knowledge cannot deliver the goods, they resort to fabrication, hiding behind their authority.
THE MISANTHROPE: While many Intellectuals are humanists, drawing information from all kinds of people and delighting in imparting wisdom to just as many, some are misanthropic.