I change my tumblr and wordpress blog around a lot, so keeping the HTML for most of the stuff I DO re-use it makes the process so much quicker.
By far the most helpful notebook for me, I just call Home. Inside I save pictures of light bulbs and which lights they go to, fridge filter size, the size of my storm windows, battery for my garage door opener, etc. Basically anything consumable that I will eventually need to replace.
I always try to find great gifts for family, friends and colleagues. If I'm browsing at a store, reading something online or in print, or just hear a mention—it all goes in Evernote. If it's for a specific person, I'll put it in the note. When birthdays or holidays come around, I'm not scrambling for ideas. Sure,…
This doesn't surprise me.
Any time I buy something new, I go to the manufacturer's website, download the PDF of the instruction manual, and then save it in Evernote. I also scan and save the receipt along with it. If I ever need either one again, they're now easy to find and I don't have a box full of instruction manuals anymore.
Product keys are mostly a thing of the past, but I still have a few floating around for Windows apps, pre-App Store Mac apps, old games I bought on CD, or even (gasp) old copies of Windows 7 I'm still using. I put all of these in one Evernote note so I always have them, in one place, synced to all my machines—no…
Hey one last part— enjoy the knowledge that you're denying the people who made the music you love any revenue whatsoever for having created it! Hooray!
I know this turned out to be kind of a weird list (with some non-traditional items), but these really are things we believe in—it's crazy how much of a difference certain things can make.
I expected something better, but knowing it was going to be just 1 minute, not sure why I expected that.
If you used Fibonacci numbers instead of sequential, you'd have saved $82,627,571,271 (excluding interest) by the end of the year. Then again, if you could afford to do that, you wouldn't be the sort of person who needs a savings plan like this.
The appeal of this is that you're starting with a small amount and gradually increasing—and watch your money grow more than you expected. If you can afford more, yes, save more...or you could start at $2 :)
Why not just start with 1 cent and double every week? WHEEEEE!
its easier to direct deposit 5 % of your weekly paycheck to a savings account. It also requires no self discipline.
Is that built right into the search results? if so then I get your point, if not, bing's are, and that is why it is a helpful tool, don't have to click anything extra, it's just there.
Thought I would add a picture to make it clearer
Umm am I missing something but doesn't google's flight information do one better and give you a Graph of fairs over time?