14 Essential Websites for the American Football Fan

by Johnny Webber

1. TeamNewsFeed.com – A collection of football headlines from various sources.

2. Rotoworld.com – Regularly updated player news and analysis.

3. SmartFootball.com – Learn about football history, Xs and Os, gameplanning, and everything else.

4. OverTheCap.com – The best resource on the NFL salary cap, player contracts, and related news and analysis.

5. Inside the Playbook – A series of articles by former safety Matt Bowen on scheme, personnel, and the stuff regular viewers don’t see on TV.

6. PreSnapReads.com – A blog that provides football analysis in the form of reaction to breaking news, opinion pieces, and tape breakdowns that explore the deeper aspects of the NFL.

7. AdvancedFootballAnalytics.com – Using statistics to evaluate the game.

8. Grantland.com – A very opinionated look at the game.

9. FootballOutsiders.com – Innovative statistics and intelligent analysis.

10. ProfootballFocus.com – An advanced look at player and team performances.

11. /r/NFL – Reddit has a great community of NFL fans representing every team.

12. Adam Schefter’s Twitter – Okay, Adam Schefter isn’t a website, but he does break like 99% of all NFL news, so you should definitely give him a follow on Twitter.

13. SBNation.com – Blogs for all 32 teams and more.

14. NFL.com – The official site of the NFL.

14 Essential Websites for the American Football Fan

16 Tips to Make You a Better Student

by Johnny Webber

1. Sit in the front of the class.

2. Work in the library to avoid distractions.

3. Treat it like a job. Go hard from 9 to 5.

4. Never skip class.

5. Go to office hours.

6. Ask plenty of questions. Participate in class.

7. Make sure you remember to exercise, eat well, and get a good night’s sleep.

8. Make flashcards when you need to memorize something. Anki will save your life.

9. Take notes. Keep them organized.

10. Review your notes every night.

11. Do the recommended reading.

12. Go to study groups.

13. Do not cram. Get some sleep before the big exam.

14. Get to know your professor. They will be more inclined to help you, and they give you networking connections for the future.

15. Start your projects immediately after they are assigned. Give yourself time to double and triple check your work.

16. Block out distractions. Use GetColdTurkey.com to block websites.

16 Tips to Make You a Better Student

7 Websites to Help You Edit and Manipulate Photos

by Johnny Webber

1. Background Burner – Remove backgrounds from any images or photos.

2. Corruptus – Corrupt any image beyond recognition.

3. PortraitsToText.com – Redraw a photo using only text.

4. BrickAPic.com – Turn your picture into a LEGO brick mosaic.

5. Pixlr.com – Just like PhotoShop right in your browser.

6. PicMonkey.com – A creative tool for editing photos.

7. CutMyPic.com – Quickly crop any image.

7 Websites to Help You Edit and Manipulate Photos

20 Tasks You Can Do Today to Better Yourself

by Johnny Webber

1. Appreciate the taste of your food. Savor the flavors.

2. Write a short story.

3. Try meditation.

4. Pick up some litter. 

5. Try to experience things like you were experiencing them for the first time.

6. Write down the cool things that happened to you today.

7. Learn some keyboard shortcuts.

8. Have a real conversation with someone. Try to get to know them.

9. Memorize three really cool facts.

10. Build something with your bare hands.

11. Be a tourist for a day. Find touristy things to do in your hometown.

12. Go the entire day without looking at a screen.

13. Talk to someone about your problems.

14. Learn some constellations.

15. Give away something you do not need anymore.

16. Start a dream journal.

17. Make a piece of art.

18. Don’t complain even once.

19. Invite a friend over for coffee.

20. Learn to tie a knot.

20 Tasks You Can Do Today to Better Yourself

15 Amazing Places You Can Tour on Google Maps

by Johnny Webber

1. The White House – Visit the home of the president of the United States.

2. Smithsonian American Art Museum – Get your culture on.

3. The Colosseum – Peruse the remains of the famous Roman stadium.

4. Palace of Versailles – Head to France and visit this beautiful royal palace.

5. Taj Mahal – Next, head to India for a palace that was built in 1653.

6. Galapagos Islands – Take a look at the unique wildlife. 

7. Grand Canyon – Hike some of the most breathtaking trails out there.

8. Amazon Rainforest – Take a boat ride through some of the most remote areas in the world.

9. Wilson Island – Explore the Great Barrier Reef.

10. Everest Base Camp – Check out what people see on there ascent to the world’s tallest peak.

11. NASA – Spaceship, engines, and launch pads.

12. CERN  – Visit the world’s largest particle physics lab.

13. Google Data Center – So many servers.

14. Emirates A380 – Find out what kind of fancy planes the ultra-rich fly in.

15. Diagon Alley – Visit Warner Brothers and enter the world of Harry Potter.

If you are looking for more, visit Google Maps Street View.

15 Amazing Places You Can Tour on Google Maps

10 Books to Motivate You

by Johnny Webber

1. The Flinch by Julien Smith – Your flinch mechanism can save your life, but it can also prevent you from getting what you want most in life.

2. Do the Work by Steven Pressfield – Take action, start doing the work, and get your projects finished.

3. Change or Die by Alan Deutschman – Learn the three keys to change at work and in real life.

4. How to Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie – Stop worrying, start solving your problems, and start getting things done.

5. The Last Lecture by Randy Pausch – Overcome your obstacles and seize every moment.

6. Yes Man by Danny Wallace – The story of one man who stopped making excuses and started saying yes.

7. Learned Optimism by Martin Seligman – Learn to break the “I give up” habit.

8. Live Life Aggressively by Mike Mahler – Force yourself out of your comfort zone, and find out what you need to know to move forward with purpose.

9. Relentless by Tim Grover – Find out what it takes to be unstoppable from the man who trained athletes like Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, and Dwayne Wade.

10. Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway by Susan Jeffers – Grab hold of your fears and move forward with your life.

10 Books to Motivate You

How to Have a Wonderful Pooping Experience

by Johnny Webber

1. Eat plenty of fiber. Dietary fiber helps to absorb water and remove waste from the body. Check out this list of foods with high fiber content.

2. Wait until you have to go. If you poop too early, you might end up sitting on the toilet for a while trying to force something that just does not want to happen. Your stool should look like type 3 or 4.

3. Check for toilet paper before sitting down. You do not want to suffer the shame of having to call out for someone to bring you something to wipe your butt with.

4. Drop toilet paper in the bowl to avoid splashback. Before you do your business, drop some toilet paper into the bowl. The paper acts as a cushion, so you won’t get toilet water splashback on your rear end when you unleash that massive deuce.

5. Lift the knees. Humans are meant to squat over a hole in the forest when they defecate. Use a stool to make things easier. 

6. Rock back and forth. Rocking allows your muscles to relax and the job to get done a little bit easier.

7. Get it wet. Use wet wipes for a thorough clean up. If you are feeling extra fancy, try a bidet.

If you follow these steps and still have trouble in the pooping department, or if your stool is an odd color, go talk to a doctor.

How to Have a Wonderful Pooping Experience

9 Websites Where You Can Download Free Things

by Johnny Webber

1. YouTube-mp3.org – Turn any YouTube video into an mp3 available for download.

2. Rip.Archives.com – Download and rip full Imgur, Flickr, or Instagram albums.

3. Gutenberg.org – Over 45,000 free ebooks.

4. MyAbondonware.com – Download computer games from the 80s and 90s.

5. OffLiberty.com – Download almost any media from any website.

6. Wikipedia.org – Download the Wikipedia archive.

7. Google Takeout – Download your Google data.

8. MetMuseum.org – Download high resolution scans of historic art.

9. Wallbase.cc – Search and download desktop wallpapers.

Check out favoriteandforget.com for more of my favorite websites.

9 Websites Where You Can Download Free Things

10 Books to Make You a Better World Traveler

by Johnny Webber

1. Vagabonding by Rolf Potts – An uncommon guide to long-term world travel. Learn how to travel for six weeks to a year at a time and experience the world.

2. How to Travel the World on $50 a Day by Matt Kepnes – It’s a myth that traveling is expensive. Learn Nomadic Matt’s tips and tricks for traveling on a budget.

3. The Practical Nomad by Edward Hasbrouck – A guide that makes the ever-changing world more accessible.

4. The Rough Guide to First-Time Around the World by Rough Guides – The very latest information for your round-the-world trip.

5. Plan Your Escape by Wayne Dunlap – The secrets of traveling the world for less than the cost of living at home. 

6. Delaying the Real World by Colleen Kinder – A twentysomething’s guide to seeking adventure.

7. How to be the World’s Smartest Traveler by Christopher Elliott – Learn how to navigate the often perplexing world of travel.

8. The Solo Traveler’s Handbook by Janice Leith Waugh – Stories and tips on making solo travel fun and safe.

9. Volunteer Vacations – Give back while you explore the world.

10. 1,000 Places to See Before You Die by Patricia Schultz – Learn about the can’t miss sights and experiences you need to see on your travels.

10 Books to Make You a Better World Traveler

12 Websites to Make You More Productive

by Johnny Webber

1. IFTTT.com – Put the web to work for you by connecting online services and social networks.

2. GetColdTurkey.com – Temporarily block time wasting websites.

3. E.ggTimer.com – A simple countdown timer.

4. RescueTime.com – Find out exactly how you are spending your time when you use your laptop.

5. RememberTheMilk.com – Manage your tasks more easily.

6. Join.me – Simplified screen sharing.

7. Evernote.com – Gather notes, clipping, and photos in one place.

8. GetPocket.com – Save articles and videos to view later.

9. WakerUpper.com – Simple telephone reminders.

10. NudgeMail.com – Send yourself reminders via email.

11. TheSwizzle.com – A simple, fast, and free tool to remove commercial email from your inbox.

12. AwayFind.com – Get notified when you receive an important email, so you do not have to check every five minutes.

12 Websites to Make You More Productive

30 Websites to Improve Your Reddit Experience

by Johnny Webber

Reddit Services

1. RedditBlog.com – Keep up with the latest development updates, community announcements, and general reddit tomfoolery.
2. UReddit.com – Courses for Redditors, taught by Redditors.
3. ReddPics.com – A better way to view Reddit pictures.
4. Reddit.tv – View Reddit videos as if you were watching television.
5. RedditGifts.com – A worldwide gift exchange.
6. Reddit-Stream.com – A place to view live threads that get updated automatically.
7. RadioReddit.com – Listen to music made by Redditors.
8. RedditPlayer – Play music from various subreddits.

New Ways to View Reddit

9. RedditEnhancemenSuite.com – An add-on that makes every aspect of redditing easier.
10. Scrolldit.com – Scroll through Reddit in a Pinterest-like style.
11. MSWorddit.com – Browse inside a fake Word document.
12. MSOutlookit – Pretend like you are checking your email while you browse.
13. RedditSX.com – Treat Reddit like a stock exchange.
14. CodeReddit.com – Pretend like you are looking at code while you browse.
15. Random Reddit Frontpage – View a page composed of randomly  chosen subreddits.
16. RedditEdit.com – The news according to Reddit.
17. ReddPipe.com – The fast, mouse-free way to view image subreddits.
18. RedditLurker.com – View popular images and gifs.


19. RedditStuff – An interactive map of subreddits and their relationships.
20. RedditList.com – Lists of subreddits based on activity, subscribers, and growth.
21. MetaReddit.com – Explore subreddits by similarity.

Analysis and Graphs

22. RedditLater.com – Schedule a link to be posted at the optimal time.
23. RedditInsight.com – Track users, generate word clouds, track posts, and more.
24. RedditAnalysis.com – Search a Redditor to analyze.
25. RedditGraphs.com – Graph comment and submission data from various users.
26. RedditInvestigator.com – A new way to discover many things about Redditors.

Comments and Submissions

27. KarmaDecay.com – A reverse image search for Reddit.
28. KarmaWhores.net – Big board of Redditors with the most karma.
29. RedditText.com – A simple collection of known formatting tricks for comments.
30. AlienTube.co – Replace YouTube comments with Reddit comments.

30 Websites to Improve Your Reddit Experience

Relationship Advice Worth Following

by Johnny Webber

1. You have to be happy with yourself before you can be happy in a relationship.

2. You are not destined to be together. You do not have a fairy tale relationship. Every relationship takes hard work and constant maintenance.

3. Don’t expect someone else to make your problems go away.

4. Find out what you both want to get out of the relationship.

5. Give more, expect less.

6. Communicate to your partner about everything you want and everything you expect. 

7. Be on the same page about finances, kids, and sex before you get married.

8. Never stop dating your wife.

9. Make sacrifices, but not at the cost of what you want most in life.

10. Don’t be afraid of ending a relationship just because you do not want to be alone.

11. Try to be spontaneous every once in a while. 

12. Communicate your sexual desires.

13. Remember, the most important sex organ is the brain.

14. Be comfortable with each other’s sex drives.

15. Arguments are not about being right or wrong. They are about finding a solution to the problem.

16. Be careful what you say in an argument. Words can never be taken back.

17. Do not name call. 

18. Admit when you are wrong.

19. Apologize and mean it.

20. You can’t control their actions, but you can control your response.

21. Relationships should be the least stressful part of your life.

Relationship Advice Worth Following

How to Build a New Habit

by Johnny Webber

1. Start immediately. If you put it off until next month, you will never do it.

2. Start small. Do not be too ambitious. Breakdown your goals, and go piece by piece. Do not overwhelm yourself by trying too much at once.

3. Keep track. Use an app or even just write down your progress as you go along. Give yourself proof of your hard work.

4. Practice. It’s going to take a while. Repeating a habit over and over will drill it into your subconscious mind, and make it second nature.

5. Stay the course. If you slip up, quickly adjust before you lose your progress.

6. Reward yourself. You are working hard. Rewards will reinforce your new behaviors. 

How to Build a New Habit

12 Websites to Help You Cook Delicious Meals

by Johnny Webber

1. Epicurious.com – A website full of articles, guides, recipes, menus, and videos.

2. CookingForEngineers.com – Food explained in a logical way for the non-chef mind.

3. SuperCook.com – Don’t want to go to the store? No problem. Find recipes based on the ingredients you currently have at hand.

4. 101Cookbooks.com – Obviously, you will find a lot of recipes here.

5. SmittenKitchen.com – Learn to cook comfort food from a mother with a small kitchen in New York City.

6. FoodWishes.com – Video recipes with Chef John.

7. SeriousEats.com – Seriouseats.com is a family of websites with food reviews, restaurant reviews, recipes, and techniques.

8. ThePioneerWoman.com – If you like butter, you will like this website. Learn country cooking from a country woman.

9. BudgetBytes.com – Not all of us can eat caviar every night. Learn to cook delicious meals on the cheap. Each recipe comes with a monetary breakdown.

10. AllRecipes.com – Multiple recipes for every dish you can possibly think of.

11. AmericasTestKitchenFeed.com – Get daily updates, recipes, and stories from the test cooks, editors, and cookware specialists of Cook’s Illustrated.

12. Saveur.com – Culture and food go hand in hand. This website looks at how heritage and tradition have influenced food.

12 Websites to Help You Cook Delicious Meals