What is upcycling? If you're the thrifty type, you've probably done it before. Upcycling is putting old materials to good use instead of throwing them out. While recycling consists of breaking down consumer materials like plastic and paper, upcycling is all about reinventing and transforming an object into something you can use again.Read Full Story
Parody Wiki is exactly what you think it is — the new best way to waste your time on the internet. But to be fair, you'll probably spend less than five minutes on it (and then several hours comparing notes with your friends as the word spreads across your social networks).Read Full Story
Mars is the planet of desire in astrology, and Pluto is the planet of willpower. When these two planets trine — like they will on April 21 — you will succeed at getting something that you worked long and hard for. And you can expect it to be a very real and substantial gain. But nothing is ever as easy as all that when you're dealing with Pluto. There's always a catch; an ironic twist involved. You may find that getting what you want brings its own set of headaches like sore losers, vengeful exes or opportunists who now see you as fair game. You will have to fight to protect what's yours. Nevertheless, it's still better to be on the side of the haves rather than the side of the have-nots.Read Full Story
If you don't love your job, perhaps it's time to consider a change to a more rewarding career. And while there are many jobs that are ultimately rewarding in a non-tangible sense, here are a bunch where the tangible rewards, i.e. benefits, are non-standard.Read Full Story
When my then-military husband moved us from Germany to Oklahoma, I did what I did best: looked for a job. I'd held about two dozen jobs by that point; I worked all through high school, juggled two to three jobs during college and had a part-time job that I worked on Saturdays when I was off from my full-time job.Read Full Story
If you're Canadian and have a uterus, then you may want to listen up because what I'm about to tell you may or may not be shocking. Since 1991, the Canadian government has been placing GST tax on essential female products like tampons, pads, menstruation cups and panty liners. If you bleed, you'd better believe that the government is snatching those coins out of your purse.Read Full Story
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