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How to Survive the Perils of New Year's Eve

New Year’s Eve might be the best party night of the year, but it can also be the most stressful, from losing your phone to the far more perilous drive home. Here are a few things you can do now to stay safe and sane this New Year’s.

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You’ve probably heard a lot of things about dogs, cats, and other typical pets, but some things are exaggerated or untrue. This video clears up 10 popular myths and old wives’ tales so you can be the best pet owner you can be.

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Develop Emotional Intelligence by Learning How You Sound to Others

Sometimes what we say doesn’t go over very well, regardless of our intent. There’s a difference between what we mean when we say something and how it comes across to other people. Learning that difference is an important aspect of becoming emotionally intelligent.

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SmartVideo for YouTube Fixes Buffer Problems on Slow Connections

Chrome/Firefox: If you’re on a slow internet connection, YouTube’s unbearable to use. It never seems to know when to start playing and when to stop buffering. SmartVideo for YouTube gives you control over all that.

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Kanbanote Organizes Your Evernote Notes in Trello-like Boards

Web/Android: Evernote is pretty adaptable for managing tasks, as with the Secret Weapon /GTD approach. If you prefer the Personal Kanban method of productivity, though, Kanbanote can arrange your notes into visual lists.

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Find Out If AT&T or T-Mobile Owe You Money

In the last several years, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon have been sneaking bogus monthly charges on our cell phone bills (a trick called mobile "cramming" ). You can find out if you’re entitled to money back from this, at least from AT&T and T-Mobile.

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Commonly Overlooked Money Leaks that Drain Your Budget

The end of the year can be a great time to review your spending and zero in on a year’s worth of pervasive money leaks—you know, those areas where dollars seemingly seep out of your budget. Here’s a few common money leaks, and how to plug them.

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