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Woolworths has just launched an airport grocery collection service at Melbourne Airport. The free service allows jet-lagged customers to stock up their fridge and cupboard without breaking their trip on the way home. If you’re a frequent flier this could be indispensable — why didn’t anyone think of it sooner?
IKEA is a popular choice for furniture that’s easy to assemble and affordable. What IKEA isn’t, however, is a hardware store. We love good IKEA hacks as much as the next person, but there are times when IKEA is a good place for DIY projects and other times when it’s really not. Here’s how to tell.
We all know that shopping on an empty stomach is bad for your wallet — but it can also be bad for your waistline by prompting more high-calorie food purchases. While this might sound obvious, there’s now a scientific study to back things up.
Dear Lifehacker, I love my car, but it’s getting on in years. It’s paid off, which is great, but even routine maintenance now runs me a few hundred bucks, and the mechanic is always upselling me on additional repairs that are hundreds more dollars. Is it time to just retire my ride and buy a new car, or should I stick it out for the long haul?
We’ve all bought clothes that ended up in the back of our wardrobes. Sometimes it’s because the clothes looked great in the store but not on our bodies, or they just didn’t match with anything else we own. The Art of Manliness offers a three-step rubric to avoid these problems, called the Style Pyramid.
PC troubleshooting and reporting tool Soluto is taking all the information on its users’ crashes, blue screens of death and long boot times to report which laptops perform the best. If you need help knowing which which laptops are the least problematic for users, Soluto is the way to go.
It’s an inevitability that every parent has to experience. A rite of passage, the “supermarket shakedown” is one that indeed shakes your maternal/paternal resolve to the core. This unique meltdown of sorts is usually precipitated by the perpetrator’s viewing of candy-coated confections, promptly followed by an unequivocal “No!”