Most Viewed Posts This Week: Dec 16 to Dec 23

With the holidays in full swing this week, we’ve looked at how to make the most of your free time, learned how to take your Raspberry Pi gaming emulator to the next level, got our machines ready for the winter freeze, and more. Here’s a look back.

Seven Ideas to Make the Most of Your Free Time During Your Vacation

It is easy to fall into the busy trap , to get stuck in a constant state of catching up. If you’ve got a couple of weekends on vacation, it’s time to hit the reset button, get on with the things you’ve neglected, and start the New Year on the right track.

How to keep your car out of the cold this winter

Ice gives cars all sorts of problems. It is dangerous to drive, it closes the windshield, and sometimes even does not allow you to get inside. These tips will keep your car doors and locks from freezing and help you get into your car if they do.

Advanced Guide to Setting Up a DIY Game Console with Raspberry Pi

It’s no secret that turning your Raspberry Pi into a retro game console is undoubtedly the most popular, simple, and fun project you can do with a Pi. This starter guide is just the beginning, and if you really want to get more out of your little DIY console, you need to delve deeper into a few additional tips.

You should really try kettlebell training.

Kettlebell training increases your strength, strength, flexibility, and mobility, while working more gently on your body than barbell training. However, you can’t just pick it up and walk away without risking injury. Here are all the benefits of using them and the reasons why you should include them in your daily routine.

Children’s guide by age

Before I had children of my own, I always felt uncomfortable with young people in family gatherings. Of course, I wanted to play with someone’s child, or even learn how to keep him occupied if a friend needed me to look after their child, but I had no idea how. It turns out that the job is not difficult if you know some good icebreakers.

Why eggs need to be refrigerated in the USA and not in Europe

On a recent visit to Paris, I found it odd that their eggs lay next to dried foods at room temperature, since in the US I’m used to chilling eggs. We are all concerned that Salmonella can cause disease in humans. but the US and Europe simply defend themselves differently against this threat.

Philips Hue dimmer kit is homeowner-friendly, adds dimmable lighting to any home

I wanted to have dimmable lights in my apartment, but like most people, my rent didn’t allow me to fiddle with an electrician. I thought I was stuck until I found the Philips Hue dimmer switch . It’s cheap, gives you instant dimmable light with a little tweak, and leaves the door open for cooler smart home hardware in the future.

Wrap gifts without ribbon or ribbon using this Japanese method

There is something a little inelegant about sealing gifts with strange pieces of ribbon. This is literally rough duct tape for wrapping gifts. If you don’t have tape or tape to avoid the sticky aesthetic, this Japanese method can be used to keep your gifts wrapped without sticky tape.

10 things to do on your family computer when you go home for vacation

Vacation travel almost always means that if you are tech-savvy and well-versed in family computers, someone will ask you to take a look at their laptop, phone, or desktop computer. Stop them at the pass with this list of tips the next time you’re at home.

How to invite your non-christian friends to the holidays without being an ignorant jerk

Christmas has come, and its traditions have become not only religious but also secular. However, if you have friends of the non-Christian faith, incorporating them into the joy and spirit of the winter holidays can be challenging. Here’s how to show goodwill without violating other people’s beliefs.

Most popular programming languages ​​based on jobs, search engines, etc.

There is no rule that says you should learn the most popular programming languages, but if you want to make a living programming it can be helpful to know what is in demand and what is trending.

Common holiday injuries and how to avoid them

This is the most dangerous time of the year. When children cut their fingers, dads fall down stairs, and you roll onto your back. This is the same casual season. Here are some tips for getting through your vacation safe.

Add an egg to oatmeal for a smoother, creamier and more protein-rich breakfast

Some people love oatmeal on its own, but adding something to it – a banana, a scoop of protein powder , peanut butter, or an egg – turns it into a slightly different yet delicious meal. Here, the egg imparts a fluffy, almost buttery texture, but retains a neutral flavor to soak up the aromas of whatever you add.

What to do if you are homesick during the holidays

Most people spend their holidays with family , friends, and loved ones. If you’re away from family, friends, or loved ones this time of year, it’s hard not to be homesick. Here are some ways to deal with it.


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