If you’re computer is running like molasses, but you’re not quite ready to spring for a brand new PC, use these three tips, from computer expert JJ Schoch, to help your machine run like new.
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Between play dates, soccer practice, and the math tutor, you might just forget that Junior had a piano lesson scheduled for this afternoon. Who can blame you? Ensure you don’t miss a beat by trading your traditional calendar (complete with those tiny, over-filled boxes) for a dry-erase board in your entryway.
Save yourself time and frustration while changing the bedding or setting the table by taking control of the chaos in your linen closet.
If you have a house full of kids (or houseguests!) use permanent markers to write everyone’s name on clothespins, then attach each clothespin to the appropriate towel.
Expecting house guests? No need to share your pricey shampoo with your mother-in-law. Instead, stock the guest bathroom with mini bottles of shampoo, conditioner, and body wash you’ve collected from hotels and resorts.
Fly your American flags high, because today–June 14–the country celebrates both Flag Day and the US Army’s 238th birthday. In honor of the holiday, learn how to fold the stars and the stripes into a traditional triangle when it’s not on display.
If you arrange the refrigerator properly, you’ll not only be able to find everything, but you’re also less likely to waste food.
No one wants to put on a pair of wet rubber gloves when it’s time to do the dishes or scrub the bathtub. So next time you peel off those bright yellow gloves hang them up inside a cabinet—open side down, which will prevent water from pooling in the fingertips. You can easily attach clothespins or binder clips to the […]