Need some extra time in your day? 

Seconds count. This video shows how to save time by doing many everyday things a bit faster – from folding a shirt to peeling a potato.

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Jan 07 2011

Making it stick!

Today, Jason Fitzpatick at Lifehacker has a summary of techniques to make your new year’s resolutions ‘stick’.

Have you a number of goals? Make them specific, and realistic, and measurable. And then space out your new changes at the rate of one per month.

With a list of reasonable resolutions, a timeline for adopting them, and tools to track your progress, it’ll be easy to stick to your New Year’s resolutions. Remember, the goal is not to start and fail at a dozen or more resolutions in January, it’s to progressively become a better person.

Check out all Lifehacker’s suggestions at ‘Use the One a Month Technique to Adopt Habits that Stick

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