It was inevitable. Lifehacking, the ingenious little tricks meant to make our life better, has experienced a backlash, with critics arguing that the benefits of lifehacking are nonexistent and in fact, these short cuts actually make us work more.
Initially inspired by technology, lifehacking was meant to get things done in a more efficient manner, leaving us with more time to focus on the things and activities that were important to us. But has that noble starting point held true? Read more