“Tetris” Your Dishwasher

Washing your dishes may seem like a hassle, but what’s an even bigger hassle is trying to get everything to fit.  I know it may seem time consuming, but do your best to “Tetris” your dishes around so

Reduce Paper Towels Consumption

After you wash your hands, if the public bathroom you are in does not have hand driers and you are forced to use paper towels, limit the amount of paper towel you take to dry your hands.  You don’t

Say NO to Gum

When on the run there a certain items that are a necessity for you to go about your day.  Whether in your purse or in your pocket, these items typically include your wallet, cell phone, and a pack of

Cheaper Coffee… With the Same Great Taste

Why pay $5 for a cup of coffee at Starbucks when you can pay a fraction of the price by bringing your own cup of Joe from home?  Not only do you get to save a bunch of money, you can drink it on the

Less Really is More… More Money in Your Wallet

This is sensitive, but serious topic and I’m only going to say it once: You do not need a huge wad of toilet paper to wipe your bum!  Only take what you need to use after using the toilet.  I know

Big vs Small Handwriting

Almost no two person’s handwriting is the same.  Everyone has their own style, thickness, or HEIGHT to each letter they write.  One thing that most people aren’t aware of is how much space their

Disposable vs Reusable Dinnerware

Happy Labor Day 2011!  Today we Americans celebrate the hours of effort and labor that make our society and economy function.  On this holiday, it is common to get together with family and friends for

Reuse School Supplies

As summer comes to an end, we all get excited to go back to school for various reasons which may include: seeing your friends every day, getting back into a routine, learning new things, and most