I always loved making Valentine’s for school parties every year when I was in elementary school. Though none of my creations were no where near as creative as these options. If you’re facing making cards for you child’s class next week (or you just like making Valentine’s), here are a few good ideas: Valentine Scrabble Gram by Amanda Jane Jones […]
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There’s been a lot of buzz recently about the new iPhone app Mailbox. It’s a new way of thinking about e-mail on your smart phone from the makers of the Orchestra to-do list app. Basically, they realized that most people look at their e-mail inboxes as a type of to-do list. So they wanted a way to help people organize […]
We’re bracing for a pretty serious snowstorm here in New York this weekend. And if you’re in Nemo’s path (yes, that’s what they’ve named this storm), this tip might come in handy tomorrow morning as you try to shovel your way out of your driveway. To prevent icy snow from building up on a metal shovel, give it a quick […]
In a press conference yesterday Postmaster General Patrick Donahoe announced a plan to stop delivering mail six days per week, cutting out delivery of first class mail on Saturdays. The change to the delivery schedule would cut an estimated $2 billion from the U.S. Postal Service budget, helping them get back on track financially. The proposed change wouldn’t go into […]
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If you’re like me, you hate to leave dirty dishes overnight. (That doesn’t mean I always get them done before bed, but I try to.) When it comes to greasy pans, sometimes an overnight soak seems like the only option, but there is a quicker way to get them clean. Try this method: 1. Fill the pan halfway with water, […]