What do you carry every day?
But some of it is useful stuff you carry every day. If you’re like most people, you probably have a wallet, a phone, and a set of keys. And, depending on your habits, you might have a few other items, like a lighter or a pocketknife. There’s a name for this basic load of stuff that fills your pockets. It’s called your everyday carry, or EDC.
What items will be worth a lot more in a few years?
Read on to see what items expert appraisers think will be worth a lot more money in a few years. If you own any first editions or first releases of popular clothing items, hold onto them. They could be worth a lot of money in a few years. Shoes are a good example. Some editions of Nike Air Jordans are sold for a lot of money today.
How do you keep track of things you did in year?
If you use a calendar to keep track of things you did during the past year, try saving it in a different format and let time fly by throwing the old calendar in the trash. Find other tips for organizing a home office. It'd be nice to know one day where all those socks go that mysteriously disappear.
What can you recycle when you don't use it?
Recycle anything you can't use. Expired pantry items: Spices lose their flavor over time, and other pantry staples, such as flour and sugar, don't perform as well after some time as fresh ingredients. If you haven't used a pantry item for six months, consider getting rid of it. Newspapers: Newspapers more than two days old should be recycled.