What We Know About Disney World's Reopening in July

As of mid-March, all of the Disney theme parks and resorts around the world have been closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, as some states begin the process of reopening, Walt Disney World in Florida has announced its plans to welcome people back to the Happiest Place on Earth starting on July 11, according to…

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Source: LifeHacker – What We Know About Disney World’s Reopening in July

How to Watch the 'Lord of the Rings' Reunion

It’s going to be a beautiful summer weekend. (Maybe—we don’t know where you live.) We do know how tempting it’s going to be to get outside and see other people, but Josh Gad has other plans for you on Sunday. That’s when he’s turning the upcoming episode of his quarantine YouTube series, “Reunited Apart into a “Lord…

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Source: LifeHacker – How to Watch the ‘Lord of the Rings’ Reunion

How to Schedule Tweets on Twitter's Website

Twitter finally added the ability to schedule tweets from its website. People have requested this feature for the better part of a decade, and you can now schedule all of your brilliant thoughts and witticisms throughout the day instead of just posting them at weird hours of the night.

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Source: LifeHacker – How to Schedule Tweets on Twitter’s Website

What to Know About the New TSA Rules

As travel begins to slowly reopen, many of us are wondering what changes will be made to the check-in and boarding experience going forward. Last week, the Transportation Security Administration announced that there would be new rules and guidelines for all passengers traveling through airports in order to help…

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Source: LifeHacker – What to Know About the New TSA Rules

Make Delicious Cold Brew Coffee at Home With These Simple Brewers

Cold brew coffee is a delicious alternative to the hot stuff, not to mention perfectly suited for the warmer months of the year. However, it takes ages to brew properly and the pre-bottled cold brew at the grocery store can be wildly expensive.

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Source: LifeHacker – Make Delicious Cold Brew Coffee at Home With These Simple Brewers

Shuffle a Deck of Cards for a Quick Workout

For today’s classic at-home workout, we’re looking all the way back to 2011, when Lifehacker created its own workout program on a now-defunct platform called Fleetly. It offered four workouts per week, adjustable for your goals, and we’re trying one of them today: the deck of cards workout.

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Source: LifeHacker – Shuffle a Deck of Cards for a Quick Workout

Are You Over-Relying on Sleep or Anxiety Meds?

Even more so than usual, our lives are defined by stress right now, the results of which are a lot of anxious, sleepless nights. For many, this has meant turning to anti-anxiety medications or prescription sleep aids. In the past few months, in fact, prescriptions for anti-anxiety and sleep medications have increased …

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Source: LifeHacker – Are You Over-Relying on Sleep or Anxiety Meds?

Put Rum in Your Capri Sun

Hello, fellow (90s) kids. Last night, as I was doing my weekly grocery run, I answered the sweet, nostalgic, siren song of a bright blue box of Capri Sun juice bags. Later, as I sipped on the sweet nectar through the tiny, bright orange straw, I was transported through time and space to the Raging Waters parking lot…

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Source: LifeHacker – Put Rum in Your Capri Sun

How to Automatically Add Chapters to YouTube Videos

YouTube has a new “chapters” feature allowing creators to timestamp specific spots in their videos to allow users to jump around to the most important parts without having to watch someone babble for ten minutes first. (Though that’s probably not how the YouTubers would put it.)

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Source: LifeHacker – How to Automatically Add Chapters to YouTube Videos

How to Wrangle a Toddler and a Newborn at the Same Time

With the exception of one (very) long weekend as a foster parent, I’ve never parented a toddler and a newborn at the same time. But that very long weekend did give me a (relatively) brief glimpse into how utterly crazy and exhausting it would be. We put so much emphasis, as a society, on preparing for the first baby.…

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Source: LifeHacker – How to Wrangle a Toddler and a Newborn at the Same Time

Should I Worry About Mystery Boxes on My Town's Utility Poles?

I don’t really pay much attention to my neighborhood’s utility poles—as long as they’re standing strong and not sparking, humming strangely, or anything like that, they do their thing and I do my thing. However, some Lifehacker readers are a bit more eagle-eyed than me.

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Source: LifeHacker – Should I Worry About Mystery Boxes on My Town’s Utility Poles?

How to Vote By Mail

It’s 2020, so naturally, the mail has become politicized. Specifically, the president has insisted the push to make it easier to vote by mail during the pandemic is an attempt to fix the election because doing so is prone to fraud—a claim for which there is no actual evidence. The good news is that states are largely…

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Source: LifeHacker – How to Vote By Mail

Fix Your Crappy Phone Photos With This Powerful App

Your phone’s camera is more powerful than ever, but they are far from foolproof. It’s always discouraging when you think you’ve lined up the perfect shot, only to discover that you messed up something—your composition, your white balance, or who knows what—and you have captured a less-than-perfect rendering of a …

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Source: LifeHacker – Fix Your Crappy Phone Photos With This Powerful App

Soak and Freeze Bamboo Skewers for Summer Grilling

Eating food off of sticks is particularly fun in the summer months, and throwing a bunch of kebabs on the grill is an easy way to make that happen. But skewers made of bamboo can split or char, and burnt splinters are not appetizing. A little soak can help, but one has to remember to soak them. To prevent an…

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Source: LifeHacker – Soak and Freeze Bamboo Skewers for Summer Grilling

Don't Follow 'Breaking News' Twitter Accounts

When events are happening fast, like during last night’s protests against police violence in Minneapolis, misinformation travels fast, too. Check your sources, and don’t trust accounts whose reason for existing is simply to spread “breaking news.”

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Source: LifeHacker – Don’t Follow ‘Breaking News’ Twitter Accounts