100 Life Hacks That Make Life Easier Want to learn some quick and easy life hacks that are easy to do, low cost and saves you time? You're in luck. We have collected 100 of these practical life hacks into this one big list that is easy to digest because they’re all images! By tweaking little things, it can make your life much easier. Enjoy!
Cordwood Flooring by Sunny in sunny Arizona Sunny Pettis Lutz send some photos of her gorgeous, hand-made cordwood floor. The following is a detailed list of how they made their floor with legal pickings from the state forest. “Go out to the forest and harvest dead trees. In our area that means Juniper and Pine. He Put 4 Pennies In A Plastic Bag And Hung It Up. The Result? This Will Change Summer Forever! If you are a summer lover, then you just might have caught the bug! The summer bug! Hopefully though, there haven't been too many bugs bothering you this summer. Specifically what I am referring to are the flies.
16 Tips To Make Your Stuff Last Longer 16 Tips To Make Your Stuff Last Longer 16 Tips To Make Your Stuff Last Longer Life DIY Handcrafted wood & resin rings hide magical miniature landscapes in them Taste in jewelry can be quite a subjective thing. After all, even with all that clever advertising, most eco-minded folk will forego shiny rocks like diamonds on rings, knowing that it's likely they are a product of forced labour. So what's a earth-loving fashionista to do? There are alternatives that are actually more unusual than diamonds, like these otherworldly wood and resin rings by Vancouver's Secret Wood. Each unique ring has been made to look as if it contains a secret, miniature world, complete with stalwart forests, twinkling snowfall, gusting winds or dazzling flowers. © Secret Wood
23 Inventive Hacks That Every Parent Should Know 23 Inventive Hacks That Every Parent Should Know 23 Inventive Hacks That Every Parent Should Know Life Parenting MichaelaSleeth for Love Eat Tax-avoidance Gibraltar firm behind anti-EU campaign group A leading campaign group seeking to take Britain out of the European Union was set up by an offshore company that offers tax avoidance services to “high net worth individuals”, the Observer can reveal. Leave.EU, which has been backed by the UK Independence party (Ukip) leader, Nigel Farage, and describes itself as “Britain’s fastest growing grassroots movement”, was incorporated in the United Kingdom as a wholly-owned subsidiary of a finance firm based in low-tax Gibraltar that specialises in “international wealth protection”. The offshore firm STM Fidecs boasts on its website of expertise in maximising tax efficiencies for entrepreneurs and expatriates and of “structuring international groups, particularly separating and relocating intellectual property and treasury functions to low- or no-tax jurisdictions”.
16 Refrigerator Hacks For The Most Organized Fridge Of Your Life! Life DIY NEXT PAGE 16 Refrigerator Hacks For The Most Organized Fridge Of Your Life! by momog30 from Different Solutions Page 1 of 4 Co-written by Rozin Abbas: One of my biggest pet peeves is a disorganized fridge. Artificial intelligence: ‘Homo sapiens will be split into a handful of gods and the rest of us’ If you wanted relief from stories about tyre factories and steel plants closing, you could try relaxing with a new 300-page report from Bank of America Merrill Lynch which looks at the likely effects of a robot revolution. But you might not end up reassured. Though it promises robot carers for an ageing population, it also forecasts huge numbers of jobs being wiped out: up to 35% of all workers in the UK and 47% of those in the US, including white-collar jobs, seeing their livelihoods taken away by machines. Haven’t we heard all this before, though? From the luddites of the 19th century to print unions protesting in the 1980s about computers, there have always been people fearful about the march of mechanisation. And yet we keep on creating new job categories.
26 Fun DIY Ways to Keep Your Kids Occupied! Life DIY NEXT 26 Fun DIY Ways to Keep Your Kids Occupied! by momog30 from Different Solutions Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Page 1 of 6 Kids have a lot of energy from the moment they wake up to the minute you try to set their head on their pillow. Austerity policies do more harm than good, IMF study concludes A strong warning that austerity policies can do more harm than good has been delivered by economists from the International Monetary Fund, in a critique of the neoliberal doctrine that has dominated economics for the past three decades. In an article seized on by the shadow chancellor, John McDonnell, the IMF economists said rising inequality was bad for growth and that governments should use controls to cope with destabilising capital flows. The IMF team praised some aspects of the liberalising agenda that was ushered in by Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher in the 1980s, such as the expansion of trade and the increase in foreign direct investment. But it said other aspects of the programme had not delivered the expected improvements in economic performance. Looking specifically at removing barriers to flows of capital and plans to strengthen the public finances, the three IMF economists came up with conclusions that contradicted neoliberal theory.
What Started Out as a Tiny, Boring Balcony Soon Became a Private Paradise It started out as an ordinary balcony. Their Spanish apartment was three floors up from the road, and offered virtually no privacy. It was a tiny little balcony to begin with, but why not take full advantage of it? This couple decided to give their balcony an incredible makeover.