Everybody put your participation trophies down, because author Jonathan Haidt has some news for you: We’ve been coddling Generation Z their whole lives.
You know it’s important to vote. We know that you will enthusiastically show up to the polls this year. However, there are voter suppression tactics (and sometimes just clerical errors) that can prevent you from casting your ballot.
When most people choose a wine, they consider price. While it’s easy to gravitate towards the stuff in boxes at the front of the store, there are affordable gems to be found all around the shop. Such was the case with our Lifehacker staff writer, Alicia, whose expertise in personal finance inclines her toward more…
When you need to go to a fancy event, or just want to look nice on a regular day, it’s always a challenge to find a quick hairstyle to do yourself. Luckily, our creative producer, Heather, showed us this great trick for a reverse French braid.
Some people like red, and some like white.
In our newest video series, Lifehackers of History, we examine the amazing accomplishments of notable people of the past. First up is science fiction writer Robert A. Heinlein.
The tape measure is one of the handyperson’s tool belt essentials. Not only does it look cool and roll out satisfyingly when extended (and retract with a snap), it also happens to be filled with a bunch of efficient features that you may not know about.
“Champagne” is more than something for your monocle to fall into when you’re outraged. Though it connotes luxury, there are many less expensive (but lower quality) options you might be fed when you try to get the fizzy stuff for cheap.
If you are well acquainted with someone by the name of “Two Buck Chuck”, you probably think any wine over $10 is a scam.
Setting the table for your dinner party may seem like the job you give to eager guests who insist on helping, but it should be done with care and precision. Sure, you could drop a cup full of plastic forks on the table, but is that really living?
Beer. People like drinking it.
If you’re like me, you love to eat. In fact, you probably love to eat so much that you do it multiple times a day. This is why our millennial-focused economy has blessed us with a plethora of apps (short for “applications”) that let you easily find and reserve a table at an eating establishment. But there are so many …
Every week, we share the shortcuts, workspaces, and productivity tips of our favorite experts. This week, we’re going behind the scenes at Lifehacker. I’m Joel Kahn, and this is how I work.
Meditation expert and author Dean Sluyter teaches the practice of “natural” meditation. In the video above, he explains how to get into the proper mindset, how often one should meditate, and how to avoid the common problem of “trying” to meditate.
One of the great inconveniences of air travel is not being able to bring your liquids through security. After passing through the body scanner, you’re probably quite parched, and find the only options for liquid replenishment are an $8 bottle of “fancy” water, or a very low (and very low-pressure) water fountain…
Charmaine Johnise may be best known for VH1's Black Ink Crew: Chicago, but she also knows her way around the kitchen (as well as the tattoo parlor). She stopped by to show us an ingenious method for peeling garlic that takes just seconds, and doesn’t even get your hands dirty.
Pride Month is a time when you can show your support for the LGBTQ+ community, no matter how you may identify. However, many people don’t know exactly how to perform their duties as an ally without feeling like an outsider in someone else’s space.
Everyone has a different coming out experience. While there’s no perfect “how-to” guide for announcing your sexual orientation or gender identity, we spoke to some members of the nonbinary community to share their advice and experiences.