I want to personally thank Lifehacker and all it's writers for all the great articles. It has really helped me a lot with personal issues that I had and helped me add some new things to my life. It helped me discover meditation, motivation to learn new things (i started playing guitar because of Lifehacker), and how… » 7/01/14 7:10pm 7/01/14 7:10pm

I think that speeding won't really get you to your destination faster, it just get's you either killed, or in jail. If you were almost late for work and you start speeding you could hit someone, or get a ticket, than what good was trying to get there on time. I think it's better to be " late than sorry" as long as you… » 4/02/14 12:14pm 4/02/14 12:14pm

Is there any good infographs on driving tips for someone who's still learning? I've searched all over youtube but I have a hard time understanding some of them. Or any tips you guys may have? if possible are there any good tips on turning, and keeping calm? Im usually relaxed when I practice but it's the tailgaters,… » 11/23/13 11:50am 11/23/13 11:50am

Yes some things are impossible like jumping off a skyscraper and living. But there are some things once thought impossible, but then became possible. Do you remember Lewis Pugh who swam in arctic cold water for 18 minutes? Or the Roger Bannister who broke the the four minute mile record? Or how about the amount of… » 10/30/13 7:49am 10/30/13 7:49am

Credit cards to me are terrible. Credit cards make you feel like you have "infinite cash" and you start carefree spending, then when you get your bill the amount you pay would be heart stopping. With a Debit card it's like having physical cash in your wallet and helps you manage your money. I think Credit cards should… » 10/08/13 7:55pm 10/08/13 7:55pm

I've been wanting to change my acoustic guitar strings by myself, and not go to the music store every time I need to get my strings changed. Is there any tutorials that are a little more specific, or any easy way to do it? Also what are some good acoustic guitar strings that last? I've already tried Elixir strings,… » 9/27/13 11:44am 9/27/13 11:44am

I think that people using their device to remember things is ridiculous. People are literally using then as replacement brains. So what happens if you lose that device? Say that you had a number of a very important client and that device was gone. What will you do? When that device acts the replacement brain and gets… » 9/23/13 5:10pm 9/23/13 5:10pm

To me lifehacking is worth it. We all want a way to save money , learn better, and make long hard tasks shorter and easier and I for one enjoy reading information on how to improve my life. I want to know exactly how and why lifehacking is a waste of time because the article looks like it was made by pure opinion… » 8/01/13 2:34pm 8/01/13 2:34pm

I always say to myself "If i lived without it before, I can do it again." when it comes to making decisions like this. That is how I went from IPhone to a regular old cellphone. Truthfully the extra payment for data, sometimes bad battery life, and "*Smartphone Addiction" was not worth it to me. » 7/19/13 3:02pm 7/19/13 3:02pm