Yours: inferior. Continue reading “this one’s shower curtains superior”
My “new Columbian older sister” actually reasoned out why it’s better to keep the toilet seat down. Ladies, that’s how you do it. Whereas something like the following has quite the opposite effect: Continue reading “explaining is better than raining (blood)”
weight plate with me everywhere I went: bedroom while gathering uniform and lunch, kitchen when cooking and cleaning, dining room table when making craptastic mala beads, and now computer while goofing off for a half-hour before finishing getting ready for work.
This looks like poo-poo doo-doo but it works…
How often have nails, duct tape, and so forth saved your bacon? Continue reading “tacky bachelor solutions”
Continuing this; see pics below. I suck at time management (as one can attest to my complete failure to adopt The 7 Habits into my life over a year back) but I’m gonna try following “my new Cambodian older sister’s” advice and declare certain days (around my work schedule and so forth) to specific chores. This is what I jotted down when I had a few moments to think and breathe. Maybe I need to think of what tasks I have and then divvy them up? Continue reading “dedicated times for chores”
See photo below; I’ve five of these strategically placed around my apartment and plan to add potpourri or baking soda to make for spreading good smells or absorbing bad smells, respectively. But which?
I figure mixing the two (or putting two in the same room) would counter-act each-others’ effects much like running a humidifier and a dehumidifier in the same room.
Maybe three or four (living room, dining room, bedroom, and maybe kitchen) can be potpourri and in the bathroom (and maybe kitchen) baking soda? Continue reading “which makes more scents: potpourri or baking soda?”