Today we are proud to finally be able to announce something we have been working on for a while: a new website to help us expand our coverage beyond simply technology and gadgets, in things that are important for everyday life .
For more than a decade, How-To Geek has been where you turn when you want experts to explain the technology in terms that anyone can understand. Our articles have been read more than 1
We first branched out in 2017 because we realized that people constantly asked us what products they would buy. So we launched Review Geek, where we do thousands of hours of research and testing so you don't need to. Since the beginning, millions of people have used our product recommendations to help their purchasing decisions.
But we didn't want to stay there. We thought, why can't we take what makes How-To Geek successful and useful, and do it – but for other areas besides technology?
LifeSavvy is our answer to how we can help people outside the world of technology. Don't worry, but we didn't just give up your favorite tech writers from How-To Geek and told them to write about fashion and baby products – we went out and hired experts who have real experience in the things they write about and showed them how we puts you, the reader first.
Whether you're looking for tips on organization, travel, parenting, fitness, photography, relationships, schools, cooking, career or anything else, our team of expert writers is here to help explain things the same way How-To Geek has explained the technology for several years.
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