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Get a Vitamix Next Generation blender for $280

por Glenna Angela (2020-07-07)


I sort my paper by color, then I got cardboard magazine holders to hold my scraps, also by color, and then some by pattern. My husband installed cabinets so that I could "hide" all my stuff. It works great and I'm so thankful it's not out in the open anymore looking cluttery.

"The $5,350 level is key and remains quite a challenge for LME copper at this stage," Hansen said. "Until we get some more solid news about growth, then the upside seems to be driven more by hope than by reality."

Our resident coffee expert, Senior Editor Brian Bennett, is fond of the $250 Behmor Connected brewer. With it, you can control water temperature, presoak time, and the type of roast right from your phone, or use Alexa to order up coffee via voice commands. 

Recently I spoke to a crafter who had purged her paper stash. She said that she had gotten rid of three bags of paper. It was crumpled. torn or only had bits left. She said that after she purged her paper stash, she felt like a new person . Just something to consider.

So many of the designers on HGTV use found, discarded or resale items for use in their rooms and homes. Your ideas would fit right in and I also like the idea of keeping things out of landfills when at all possible. Voted up, useful, interesting and will share.

I do know that unlike some Vitamix models, this one employs a low-profile design, meaning it should fit under most kitchen cabinets. It offers 10 variable speeds and a dishwasher-safe lid and container.

Smart lights
Having enough light in your kitchen workspace is essential to culinary precision and safety. Adding lights beneath your kitchen cabinets or pendants over the island can create a much brighter area. With smart lighting, you can automate based on color, time and any combination of smart home scenes for breakfast or intimate dinners. The $90 Lifx Z Multi-Color LED Wi-Fi Light Strip and affordable $8 Wyze Bulb are our best bets for light strips and smart bulbs. 

This system in perfect ! You can add units to it as you go along. I use it to store 8 x 10 " paper. It holds a lot of paper and is sturdy. I have had the cardboard versions of this type of storage and they did not hold up. This unit will last a lifetime.

GW: First of all, I loved America and wanted America to be an independent Republic.  We as people knew how to run our own affairs.  We are fiercely independent and determined. Being American is to be free and independent.  I truly believed in this cause.  Secondly, I could see the light at the end of the tunnel even when things looked bleak.  My soldiers improved in discipline and in the art of warfare.  At Valley Forge, the Prussian officer named Von Steuben drilled my boys all winter long.  With each passing year, our soldiers began to hold their own against the Red Coats.  It was fun to see them grow.

If you have been a crafter for any length of time, then you know how easy it is to collect paper. We all do it. We have pieces of paper in our stash that we save. We all say the same thing. " Some day I will use that paper". So it gets moved and left in a stack an then we forget all about it.

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GW: During the French and Indian War, I experienced the haughty British attitude toward me as an American.  The British soldiers in general did not think much of the American colonists.  Furthermore, they were not willing to listen to what I had to say about the combat on American soil.  My first job was a land surveyor.  I know how to get around the valleys, woods, plains, and rivers, but the British didn't want to hear what I could offer them.  So, I resigned my military rank and settled at Mount Vernon as a planter with my wife, Martha.  Later, I was involved in the Virginia Colonial politics and realized that we Americans would be better of breaking away from the British Empire.  I was against the taxation policies during those turbulent years in the 1760s and the 1770s.

A card stock storage system is only a good one if it is one that you will use. The system that you chose will depend on the space that you have and the amount of paper that you own. Your system may change as the amount of paper that you have will grow, so be flexible. The whole point is that getting your paper organized can be very rewarding. It will save you time, and you will always know where that special sheet of paper is when you need it.

In my experience working in furniture retail in NYC, these TV armoires were really slow movers. The trend now is to mount your flat screen or LCD to the wall like it's framed art work. Sad to say, the TV has replaced wall art.