In a month, I'll be traveling abroad for the first time, all by my lonesome. Looking for helpful tips for a first-time international traveler. [more inside]
How did you ease into a low-carb lifestyle? [more inside]
Rolling a standard six sided dice, how easy would it be for someone to roll it in a way that makes sixes (or any number) come up more frequently? Would it be obvious if someone was doing it?
What sorts of things should we be considering to keep an older dog amused and happy? [more inside]
What are some simple changes you made to your day to day life that had big results? [more inside]
What does the term "23 Hour Service" when used by the service & repair industry? [more inside]
What are your tricks for making everyday chores exciting? [more inside]
I am in need of some new simple magic tricks capable of impressing young children and inebriated adults. [more inside]
Tips & tricks for adapting to the side effects of Topamax (topiramate) for a full-time office worker & part-time grad student? [more inside]
I'm an unemployed third-year law student, have my last interview in four hours. Any tricks on appearing intelligent, charismatic, and, most importantly, not desperate? Have had four interviews with different employers so far, have not heard anything back. This is my last shot at employment before I go back to desperately combing job listings. Interview is with a judge in a district I've never lived in, who is of the opposite political persuasion as I am. This will be my first of this type of interview so give me your all-purpose i'm-the-right-person-for-this-job tricks.
What are your favourite photographer's tricks that an amateur could use to create stunning photos on a hobbyist budget? [more inside]
New road warrior here! Looking for sites, blogs, toys etc that all you other road warriors use to help ease myself into this lifestyle. [more inside]
Brevity is the soul of wit, which is funny, because it reminds me of this short joke I heard a few months ago...
How can I be less long-winded? [more inside]
How do you judge large horizontal or vertical distances visually, with no (or few) other objects around to compare as a reference? [more inside]