There are times that the old adage that you get what you pay for doesn’t hold up. Sometimes, it’s the
I’m crazy about gadgets—everything from quirky can openers to smartphones. Hand me a Swiss Army knife and I’m in heaven—the
I just asked Siri*, “How do most people relax?” She rattled off a list of activities including, “nosh on chocolate,”
If today’s topic seems a bit premature, let me remind you (trust me, I’m reminding myself) of the first time
For more than two decades I have been a loyal Apple fan. I’ve had several iPhones, four MacBook Pro laptop
If you have hard flooring, carpet and/or flat surfaces in your home, which just about covers every possibility—there are
My mail doesn’t arrive one message at a time. It comes in piles. Think: avalanche. While I have recently hired
It’s been a number of years since I moved into a college dorm room. My memories of college life are
There are lots of ways to stay cool when the temps of summer soar—most of them holdovers from our childhoods.
Just this past week I heard from my dear reader Penny who is frustrated in the face of needing to
As I glanced at the day’s news headlines, I flinched when I read that a prominent U.S. politician (who shall
A couple of weeks ago with all the confidence in the world that winter had passed, I got everything ready
I harbor a little-known secret. I only know a lot of the stuff I know because I’ve learned it from
You know it’s a good day for me when my “inner shopper” gets to come out and play.
Many commercial household cleaning products—glass and window cleaner for example—routinely come in a bottle with a handy sprayer. And we
I could not even venture a guess for how many umbrellas I’ve purchased in my life. It’s not so much
I cannot begin to tell you all that I’ve learned over the last few months about kitchen appliances—both major and
If you or someone you love will be heading off to college soon, a laptop will be absolutely essential. Nowadays, a
There are few things as comforting as slipping between super soft, cozy flannel bed sheets on a cold, winter night.