Tips and Techniques Archives
Here is a method I use to keep track of how many eggs I have in the
refrigerator, using an egg carton that I've cut down to hold 4 eggs.
While some might call this a "life hack", I prefer the Japanese term
Starting a personal blog has been on my "someday/maybe" list for years.
What was keeping me from actually accomplishing it now?
"Perfect is the enemy of good", as my husband Dave teased me the other day.
I have an old Foodsaver vacuum sealing system that I bought at least 10 years
It still works like a champ, but many times when I use it I don't follow the
manual (and normally I'm a stickler about following manuals).
David Seah is a blogger and visual designer whose productivity tools and
forms (especially his compact calendar) have interested me for a while. But
I only recently discovered David has a different take on yearly goal setting.
I recently stumbled upon a TEDx talk on "How To Use One Paper Towel",
which demonstrates how to potentially save 570 million pounds of paper a year
by using only one paper towel to dry your hands.
My reaction was, "hey, that's my urawaza!"
There has been some recent buzz about a book that will be published in early
March: "Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback Well" by Douglas Stone and Sheila Heen. I'm interested to see it when it comes out, though I'm a little apprehensive.
I enjoyed watching Monday night's total lunar eclipse. For future
reference, I thought I should make a few notes on what to do when the
next one occurs.
First, go to the NASA eclipse site and look up details for the eclipse.