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How to Get Free 'Museum Day' Tickets How to Get Free 'Museum Day' Tickets

Every year, for one day, almost 1,500 museums across the U.S. open their doors to visitors at no cost. But you still need tickets.

How to Find Good Private Channels on Roku How to Find Good Private Channels on Roku

One benefit of the streaming player Roku is that it allows users to create their own private channels, sort of like how people can make playlists on Spotify. And like Spotify, many of these curated channels are bad.

How to Live in Your 20s, According to Women Over 40 How to Live in Your 20s, According to Women Over 40

There are some things you won’t understand until you’ve matured past your twenties and thirties and have the benefit of both experience and hindsight.

How to Prepare for the Unexpected Dangers of Flooding How to Prepare for the Unexpected Dangers of Flooding

Storms can destroy your home and level your neighborhood, but even after they pass, flooding presents unique dangers you might not be aware of. Even walking through water, it turns out, can kill you.

How to Help Hurricane Florence Victims How to Help Hurricane Florence Victims

Hurricane Florence has hit the North Carolina coast, already causing massive flooding in inland towns along rivers. Meteorologists are anticipating that Florence will linger and move further inland over the weekend, which means a lot of people are going to need rescue and relief. Here’s how you can help.

How to Apologize So People Forgive You How to Apologize So People Forgive You

The best apologies come from a place of true self-reflection and understanding. You did something wrong, you get why it was wrong, and you want to make a change for the better. That doesn’t mean the person hearing it is going to accept your conciliatory gesture.

How to Find Out if You're Eligible for the New iPhone Upgrade How to Find Out if You're Eligible for the New iPhone Upgrade

The 2018 iPhone lineup release is mere hours away, and Apple will certainly be unveiling all sorts of exciting developments. For most of us, all that really matters is if we can get it immediately.

How To Pick Your Pronouns on OkCupid How To Pick Your Pronouns on OkCupid

If you’ve been frustrated with the gender options on dating apps, you have may a new friend with benefits in OkCupid.

Where To Stream the Older Versions of 'A Star Is Born' Where To Stream the Older Versions of 'A Star Is Born'

There’s a lot of anticipation in the air for the Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper interpretation of A Star Is Born, but this star has been born a number of times. Here’s how to stream the 1937, 1954 and 1976 iteration of A Star Is Born if you just can’t wait for the newest version.

How Are Your Friends Contributing to Your Life? How Are Your Friends Contributing to Your Life?

Close friends are priceless. That doesn’t mean you can’t assess their value.

Take Photos as You're Disassembling Something Take Photos as You're Disassembling Something

Anytime you move, you have the choice to either try and jam that piece of Ikea furniture through the door, or disassemble it into manageable parts. The latter choice is usually better, but it has its own challenges.

This Is How Often You Should Poop This Is How Often You Should Poop

Ah, bathroom matters. Much like with sex, there seems to be a lot of misinformation floating around out there. Also, as with sex, reports of high numbers may be exaggerated. High pooping numbers, that is.

How to Find Common Ground With Your First College Roommate How to Find Common Ground With Your First College Roommate

For most college freshmen, your dorm roommate is the first person you’ve had to share such close quarters with who isn’t related to you. They might be less annoying than a sibling, but you won’t have parents there to mediate disputes. Here’s how to get off on the right foot with the person who will sleeping three feet…

Students Can Get Hulu and Showtime Cheap Through Spotify Students Can Get Hulu and Showtime Cheap Through Spotify

Spotify is offering a soothing end-of-summer-balm in the form of a pretty good deal for students.

Why You Should End That On-Again, Off-Again Relationship Why You Should End That On-Again, Off-Again Relationship

Falling in and out of love is a common experience that, unfortunately, frequently happens with the exact same partner. This is called “relationship cycling,” and it turns out it’s an even bigger emotional energy suck than it feels like.

How to Get Verified on Instagram How to Get Verified on Instagram

The blue check mark we all crave on social media platforms is often mysteriously difficult to achieve. How do people get it? Twitter allowed people to submit themselves for a time, but that system is currently suspended. However, Instagram is giving it a whirl.

Adopt a Service Dog Who Didn't Quite Make It Through Training Adopt a Service Dog Who Didn't Quite Make It Through Training

The Internet loves a viral story about a dog who didn’t make it through government or police training programs, because it means the dog refused to become a total narc. This actually isn’t a rare problem; lots of dogs aren’t suited to service. They still need homes.

How to Introduce Your Dog to Your Baby  How to Introduce Your Dog to Your Baby 

For lots of us, dogs are our children until an actual child arrives. Like any big brother or sister, they need to be introduced to their human sibling under the best possible circumstances.

How to Make Economy Class Tolerable on a Long Flight How to Make Economy Class Tolerable on a Long Flight

If you’re facing the prospect of 10+ hour flight in crowded, cramped economy class, remember that there are still some in-flight luxuries they can’t take from you at the security gate.

Why Moving Stresses Us Out So Much—and How to Make it Easier Why Moving Stresses Us Out So Much—and How to Make it Easier

Americans are rather notorious for being frequent movers, and many of us will pick up and re-locate over great distances at some point. Even knowing it’s a pretty common adventure, moving is supposedly the third most stressful event in a person’s life, after death and divorce. Here’s how to deal with it.

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