How to Establish a Gym Habit, Based on Your Goals

People who go to the gym every day tend to be happy with their habit—that’s why they keep coming back. But plenty of folks aspire to do that, and haven’t quite figured out how. Since I am one of those people (I even work out on vacation, sorry) I’d like to help you learn to love the gym—but it depends what kind of…

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Author: Beth Skwarecki on Vitals, shared by Beth Skwarecki to Lifehacker

Finally, a Hack for Reaching Your Marmite

It happens to all of us: You get down near the bottom of your Marmite jar, but you can’t reach that last bit. Eventually your fridge or cupboard, whichever is appropriate, is full of almost-empty jars of Marmite you can’t bear to throw out. Just like everyone’s! Thankfully the Marmite makers have built a “hack” into…

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Author: Nick Douglas

When to Use ‘I.e.’ and ‘E.g.’

Before there was LOL and TLDR and STFU, we had other abbreviations that helped us to quickly and easily convey ideas. These still have a useful place in our writing, because they still help us quickly and easily convey ideas. They are i.e. and e.g., and they are not the same thing.

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Author: Meghan Moravcik Walbert

How to survive an all-you-can-eat sushi buffet

Ah, sushi—that most delicate and indulgent of dinners (or, if you’re an absolute daredevil with a death wish, the most dangerous thing to grab from a Walgreen’s end cap). Sushi places have been a staple in America since the 80s; born from post-war cultural cross-pollination and the subsequent proliferation of sushi…

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Author: Clint Worthington on The Takeout, shared by Virginia K. Smith to Lifehacker