Email can quickly pile up and be a distraction with its constant notifications—especially those short back and forth messages. Tim Ferris, author of The 4-Hour Work Week, says you should get into the habit of using “if…then” statements to reduce these.
I take very seriously my role as the Lone Listicler, keeping my own counsel and avoiding the corrupting influences of scuttlebutt and daylight to provide the Beer Internet with its only fair and accurate source of rankings, slander, and bullshit. But I was nervous about this compilation of overrated beers, so I broke down and sought nominations from Twitter, my wife’s coworkers, and various other rubes and rummies who may or may not know the first goddamn thing about the listicular arts.
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One trick you may or may not have picked up about Gmail is that you can add in periods anywhere in the front part of your address and it makes no difference whatsoever: firstname.lastname@example.org works just the same as email@example.com. What’s more, you can add a plus sign and any word before the @ sign (e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org) and messages will still reach you. If these tweaks make no difference, then why use them? One major reason: filters.
There are tons of ways to make money online, in your spare time and maybe with very little effort. From freelancing to flipping sites, this infographic covers the major resources that can help you put more money in your bank account.