With costs soaring at the speed of light, it’s important to cut back where you can. If you want to cut back on electricity, keep your lights turned off and wear a miner’s hat while walking around the house. With the extra money you save, you’ll be able to put it toward the rising cost of your heating bill this winter.
Another way to save is to push your car to work every day. This will not only help get you in better shape, but will undoubtedly attract goodwill from those passing by and allow them the opportunity to do a random act of kindness for you by buying you some gas. Everybody wins.
Sometimes we don’t know what to do with those old telephone books, but they actually make great personal address books. Just cross out the names of the people you don’t know and voile – your personal directory is ready for use!
In terms of safety, it is strongly advised to not attempt to fasten your shoe laces while in a revolving door.
If your car is in need of new brakes and you don’t have the money right now, inquire how much it would be to have the horn made louder.
Some tidbit of advice. No need to thank me. They’re recycled.