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  • Why All Married People Need a Post-Nuptial Agreement

    Why All Married People Need a Post-Nuptial Agreement

    Marriage is usually talked about in terms of love and relationships—the intensity of emotion you feel toward one another, and the safety and security of finding your Person and knowing you’ll spend the rest of your life with them. Except, of course, that the time spent married is typically less than a decade—most marriages in…


  • How the New ‘Private Space’ Works on Android 15

    How the New ‘Private Space’ Works on Android 15

    Of all the new Android 15 features that Google has told us about so far, one of the most significant—and potentially most useful—is called Private Space. As you might have figured out from the name, it gives you a separate section on your Android phone for storing your most sensitive apps and files. While there…


  • How to Do a Barbell Squat When You Don’t Have a Squat Rack

    How to Do a Barbell Squat When You Don’t Have a Squat Rack

    To lift weights at home, first you need the weights. That’s simple enough—if you’re into barbell lifts, just buy a barbell set. But your next problem is figuring out how you squat. Squatting typically involves a squat rack, and that’s a luxury many home gymmers don’t have. THat doesn’t mean you have to forgo squatting…


  • The Best Way to Say Goodbye to Sentimental Items

    The Best Way to Say Goodbye to Sentimental Items

    A lot of decluttering methods are intimidatingly objective, prompting you to make split-second decisions about what stays and what goes and not allowing yourself to get too sentimental about anything, but to focus on each item’s usefulness in your life. Some methods, like KonMari, leave a little space for things that only bring you joy,…