How to Earn Money Online

The jobs available for people looking to make money online run the gamut. On the internet, you can seek everything from full-time employment as a remote staff member to a work-whenever-you-want side hustle as a blogger or jewelry-maker.

Although the COVID-19 pandemic has rattled the job market, online hiring is strong in a range of industries. According to Glassdoor’s Job Market Report, there were 11,430 remote job openings in July on Glassdoor, up 28.3% from

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This classic Longchamp bag is deeply discounted for Nordstrom’s Anniversary Sale

This famous tote is a total status symbol.
This famous tote is a total status symbol.

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When I think of timeless handbags, Longchamp’s Le Pilage collection is one that immediately comes to mind. This iconic accessory has achieved mass appeal over the years thanks to its functionality and high-quality design. Beloved by students, working professionals and everyone in-between, it’s truly a closet staple for

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Maison & Objet Moves Fall Fair Online, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Taliesin School to Relocate, and More News This Week

From significant business changes to noteworthy product launches, there’s always something new happening in the world of design. In this weekly roundup, AD PRO has everything you need to know.

In Pursuit of a More Just World

Nonprofit Rallies Street Artists for a Cause

Italian nonprofit Yourban 2030 has produced a global street art campaign designed to raise funds for Black Lives Matter initiatives and a number of NGOs, as well as to support those

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Online teaching will be a family affair for the Burrills in the Santa Clarita Valley

West Ranch baseball coach Casey Burrill, who teaches AP Computer Science, and his wife, Kristin, who teaches seventh-grade P.E., are going to be instructing students from home starting Tuesday. <span class="copyright">(Corey Burrill)</span>
West Ranch baseball coach Casey Burrill, who teaches AP Computer Science, and his wife, Kristin, who teaches seventh-grade P.E., are going to be instructing students from home starting Tuesday. (Corey Burrill)

When the new school year begins Tuesday in the Santa Clarita Valley, classes will be taught online, but Brady and Jennifer Burrill will not be working from home.

Burrill, who serves as an assistant baseball coach at Valencia West Ranch High, plans to teach

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These Smocked Lounge Pants Will Dress You Up Without Sacrificing Comfort

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Most of us got a huge taste of what it was like to seriously live in our loungewear earlier this year, and many of us are still living that life, working from home and only getting fully dressed when absolutely necessary — which isn’t overly often. That transition from wearing sweats and PJ pants all day, every day,

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Why Tesla might not be the competition for this particular EV

Polestar, the one-time performance brand of Volvo, has now branched out on its own as a fully-fledged automaker.

It took a big step forward in its mission to be a real player in the electric vehicle (EV) space, with the introduction of its latest offering, the Polestar 2.

Now I was a fan of its first vehicle, the performance-hybrid Polestar 1, which is only being sold in minimum quantities in the U.S. at a price

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Safety Rules: CR’s Guide to Decks

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Your deck is probably getting a good workout during this summer of staycations. It’s where you grill and dine and relax with family, sure, but you might also be using it as your gym, camp-craft studio, and even your remote office. So you want to make sure it’s safe. 

Collapses and failures of decks, porches, and balconies accounted for about 2,900 injuries between 2016

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Rave Family Block Fest Debacle: What Went Wrong?

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From the moment it was announced, Rave Family Block Fest felt almost too good to be true: With more than 950 artists — including big names like A-Trak, Zhu, MJ, Maya Jane Coles, Khruangbin and even Paris Hilton — and 85 stages entirely within the game Minecraft, it was positioned as the biggest-ever virtual festival. What’s more, Rave Family and its CEO Jackie McGuire aimed to pay every

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The products you need, from storage to stationary

Stay on top of paperwork, to-do lists, meetings and more with these storage and stationery solutions: The Independent
Stay on top of paperwork, to-do lists, meetings and more with these storage and stationery solutions: The Independent

If you’ve spent the past five months slowly getting used to working from home, you’ve probably got into a good routine adapting to the “new normal”.

As there’s no sign of returning to the office en masse any time soon, it’s the perfect opportunity to dedicate a permanent space in your home to your new office space.

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How to Make Homestyle Dosas: A Primer

When Epicurious approached Tara O’Brady about writing this dosa primer, accepting the assignment was not as simple as saying yes or no. Read O’Brady’s essay about the decision here.

Dosa (alternatively, dhosai or dhosha), a fermented rice and lentil crepe originating in south India, has been a staple bread for at least a thousand years. It was classically a breakfast food, but as its popularity spread across the subcontinent and beyond, demand stretched to 24/7.

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Build your online presence with this lifetime subscription

Build your online presence with this lifetime subscription
Build your online presence with this lifetime subscription

TL;DR: A lifetime subscription to BoxHosting Online Hosting is on sale for £34.35 as of August 9, saving you 91% on list price.

When you’re building a website for your business, band, or wild fan theories, there are a few things to keep in mind. You want the process to go smoothly. You want the site to stay up, and be reliable. And you want to communicate

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I Love My College Students But I’m Terrified To Go Back To My College Classroom

I am a college professor at a state school where almost 30% of the population are first-generation college students, just as I was. I never returned to my office after spring break because we began emergency remote learning—very different than distance learning—to protect the lives of our students and families. Not even my succulents could possibly still be alive on my windowsill. And I am really hoping I hadn’t left any half and half in

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Arlington National Cemetery Goes Virtual to Commemorate Milestone Anniversary

Arlington National Cemetery, which has been closed to the public during the novel coronavirus pandemic, marked the 100th anniversary of its historic amphitheater Friday with virtual events.

On May 15, 1920, the marble colonnades of the amphitheater were dedicated. Since then, it has been the setting for the National Memorial Day Observance, previously known as Decoration Day, at which the president traditionally gives an address after laying a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown

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