Thursday, January 29, 2015
I needed to learn all about how Obamacare changes tax filing - to help Mike out in tax season - so I took everything I learned and turned it into an eBook. I tried to make it as bare-bones as possible. If you go to government websites the writing just goes on and on about subcommittees and the history of the Affordable Care Act and Medical Loss Ratios. I think most tax payers (and tax professionals) just want to know "Where is the box I check if I already have insurance?" or "What is this "penalty" I hear about and how can I avoid it?"
So that's what I did - I just wrote out the basic facts you need to know without the kruft.
The eBook is $2.99 and can be found at Amazon here.
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
|Wire basket available at Amazon|
This is the basket I use most often at my house. In my kitchen, I keep apples in them and sometimes onions. But don't put them right next to each other because they will give off gases that make each other ripen too fast. So one basket on one side of the kitchen with fruit and one on the other side of the kitchen with onions and garlic works best. They look like gym lockers we had in high school and I had to get over thinking about that because they are so perfect for the job, sturdy and easy to clean. I have one for library books and one for cleaning supplies under the sink in the bathroom.
|Magazine rack/fruit storage available at Amazon|
|File basket available at Amazon.com|
|Antique Black Organizing Rack available at Amazon|
|Magazine organizer available at Amazon.com|
Glory & Grace Large Rustic Industrial Wall Mount Metal and Wire General Store Multi-Bin Storage Baskets
I want to get one of these for my dining room so people can grab some fruit if they are still hungry after dinner - making it more convenient to eat right.
|Storage baskets available at Amazon.com|
Whenever I move this is one of the first things I buy - a three tier basket - I use them for onions and garlic. It's really the best way to store fruits and veggies because the air circulation keeps the produce from going bad as fast. You can often find them at the dollar store.