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Is working from home ruining your posture? This back corrector is on sale.

Is working from home ruining your posture? This back corrector is on sale.
Is working from home ruining your posture? This back corrector is on sale.

TL;DR: Get personalized spinal support with the Allbaro Air Posture Corrector for $99.99, a 16% savings as of June 21.

As we head towards month four of our new normal, the impact of working from home is starting to show. For one thing, spending all day in pajama pants is starting to lose its appeal (for some). And we can all agree that working from the couch could be seriously messing up our backs.

Your posture might be suffering already — you just haven’t gotten up off the couch long enough to notice.

If you’re feeling the strain and tension of leaning over a computer screen, check out the Allbaro Air Posture Corrector. Unlike other similar products, this corrector features personalized spinal support thanks to its patented air cell technology. That basically means it will adjust

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Home Depot is having a one-day only sale on its best-selling power tools

This Home Depot sale will help you save on power tools for dad—but it won't be here for long.
This Home Depot sale will help you save on power tools for dad—but it won’t be here for long.

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Update: This sale has now ended but Home Depot is still offering $100 off select DeWalt, Milwaukee or Makita outdoor power tools here! You’ll also get a free Milwaukee M12 tool with the purchase of select Milwaukee power tool kits here.

Summer is right around the time when all those home improvement projects on dad’s to-do list start to come to life. Whether he plans on building a planter for the garden or replacing those old floorboards on the patio, he’s probably going to need some power tools to get the job done efficiently. Enter: this flash sale at Home Depot on power tool kits that makes for the perfect

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Ai Weiwei’s Artsy Vacation Home in Upstate New York Now For Sale

This summer, some lucky vacationers in New York will have an incredibly rare opportunity: the chance to stay overnight in a “livable sculpture” by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei. The artist and architect’s one and only building in the United States will be available for rent between June 4th and September 7th, and it’s on the market for sale, too.

Exterior view of artist Ai Weiwei's minimalist upstate New York vacation home.
Exterior view of artist Ai Weiwei’s minimalist upstate New York vacation home.

The Tsai Residence is set on 37 rolling acres in the rural community of Ancram, New York, about two hours north of Manhattan. Weiwei designed the Catskills vacation home for a Chinese-American businessman and art collector in collaboration with Switzerland’s HFF Architects in 2006. The compound includes a 3,500-square-foot, three-bedroom main house consisting of four blocky connecting modules and an adjacent Y-shaped guest house with a dramatic rust-colored Corten steel facade.

The main house is clad in white metal

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Start a side hustle from home with the help of this online class sale

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Want to learn how to start your own hustle? Start with 16 hours of expert-led content.
Want to learn how to start your own hustle? Start with 16 hours of expert-led content.

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TL;DR: Learn how to become your own boss with The Complete Side Hustle Hacker Bundle for $29.99, a 97% savings as of May 31.


Some people balk at the idea of freelancing, thinking it’s stressful and unreliable. But many freelancers actually earn more than 9-to-5 workers. At the very least, most rake in more dollars per hour compared to 70% of workers in the overall U.S. economy. Seriously. Freelancing doesn’t sound so bad now, does it?

Either way, now that we live in a time when job security is scarce, you may want to at least look into starting a freelance

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