This guy claims this is the fastest way to take off your t-shirt. It looks pretty damn fast to me, although guys with tight t-shirts will not be able to use this trick.
If you just got out of college and have started a new job, you must read this guide on how to create your first budget in the real world. It will save you a lot of angst and headaches down the line.
Lifehacker has six excellent tricks to do very useful things with YouTube just by using your browser's address bar—from downloading any video to bypassing regional restrictions.
Siri—Apple's iPhone assistant—can do pretty much anything you want in the new iOS 7, as shown in this massive list of stuff you can ask Siri.
If you like to run to keep yourself in shape, you need to read this guide by running coach Jason Fitzgerald. Patience, other kinds of exercise, and even napping—among other things—are all necessary to run effectively and not get hurt.
"Mind maps can help you become more creative, remember more, and solve problems more effectively," says Melanie Pinola in Lifehacker. She explains how to use them in this guide.
Car repairs can get ugly very fast. Some mechanics can be pretty sleazy. Lifehacker has five great tips that will save you some serious money—and avoid conflicts too.
Bernhard Haux is a character technical director at Pixar studios. He has eight lessons that anyone wanting to be a creative person should read.
You don't need to kill yourself in the gym to stop gaining weight. Here's the easiest and most obvious way to burn more calories through the day.
There are 30 things you must carry in your car at all times, says Lifehacker. Some are just convenient to have, but others may save your life one day.
If you feel awkward talking to people you barely know or your conversations always fall flat, here's a round up of the five best tips to avoid it.
Back to school, holiday travel, holiday gifts, year-end tax planning... September is a crucial month if you want to save a lot of money in the coming months till May, the other crucial financial month. Here's a good list of things to do.
If you want to disappear from the internet or just nuke some of your web accounts quickly and—mostly—painlessly, here's a good solution: Just Delete Me, "a massive list of the most popular web apps and services with links to delete your account from those services."
Lifehacker has five great tips that will help you clean up the rat's nest of cables behind your television. The best alternative, however, is to get rid of all those dumb cable boxes and stream everything from your computer to a wireless TV or projector.
If you have a small apartment, here are eight extremely useful and clever tips to make the most out of it. They are also very easy to implement, so bookmark for later today and get to it.
If you're stressed or feel bad mentally or physically, meditation will definitely help you. This concise guide about its powers and how it affects your brain is a good starter.
I'm not sure if working out while working (or viceversa) can be done effectively, but Lifehacker says it's possible. You just have to keep in mind these pros and cons—like motion sickness.
Lifehacker has a good—and depressing—guide on how we waste money. They offer some suggestions about how to save it, but they can be summarized in one: don't spend it. Or reduce your expectations and don't work so much to get money just to waste or—worse—to save it until you are too old to waste it.
Lifehacker has an excellent case guide on when it is ok to accept a pay cut in your new job. At the end, however, the best advice is that anything that will make you have a happier life is the right thing to do. If that's a pay cut and less money to spend, so be it.
You don't have to follow miracle diets or kill yourself with crazy physical exercise to stay lean and healthy. Over at Lifehacker Dion Almaer details how he lost 100 pounds since last September. It doesn't seem that hard.