Here’s how to make a perfect omelet.
Before you go to bed tonight, do something that will make tomorrow better for yourself. Do all the dishes in your sink! Put all the papers you’re going to need into your bag! Think of it like someone you care about a lot is staying with you as a guest and you want to leave something nice for them to find when they wake up.
Still kinda lost on when to use commas vs. semicolons? Here, this explains it.
If it’s bumming you out that all your houseplants keep dying, maybe try one of these five and enjoy a verdant indoor wonderland.
This is the difference between a yam and a sweet potato.
If you work at a computer and/or look at a screen all day long, it’s probably causing you eye strain — if your eyes frequently feel sensitive to light, dry, sore or otherwise weird, that might be why. To combat this, look away from your computer screen every 20 minutes — try to look at something at least 20 feet away for at least 20 seconds. Here’s an extension that can help remind you to do this, at least if you use Chrome.
When rabbits are very happy about something, they will sometimes engage in a practice where they run in circles and leap up into the air over and over again, kicking their legs out and twisting their body. It’s called a “binky,” and it’s literally just a happy bunny dance. See, here’s what it looks like.
Check the balance on your accounts today, even if you’re scared to, and even the especially intimidating ones like your loans. It’s better to know than not know! You’ll be glad you did!
Interested in cutting and/or maintaining a short haircut by yourself? Here’s how one person does it!
Laneia tells you how to fold a fitted sheet:
You just hold the sheet or lay it down whatever so that the side with the pockets is facing you, then you pick one side to be the receiver and one to be the giver. On the giver side (I usually do the right side as the giver) you turn that pocket inside out by putting your hand in it from the outside corner seam, then you take your hand, still in the inside-out-pocket, and put it in the receiving pocket. Then do the same with the other ones at the bottom. Then you do it one more time to get one set of pockets into the other, then you make it nice and flat and keep folding until it’s done.
There’s also this Real Simple guide on folding fitted sheets if you’d like a second opinion.
Put some chapstick in your coat pocket right now, and also the pocket of that other jacket you wear a lot and your purse, if you use one. End the terrible feeling of leaving the house for the day and realizing you don’t have any chapstick on you forever.