Matt\’s Cuppa

My take on tea, technology, and our environment

Matt’s Daily Diigo Post 04/19/2009

Posted by telecommatt on April 18, 2009

  • I keep my grocery receipt and highlight things that need to be used in a timely fashion, or things that I hope to cook with that week. Then I stick it firmly to the front of the fridge, a visual reminder every time I open it.

    tags: lifehacks, food

  • tags: house, inventory

    • There are guides to help you get started on the Know Your Stuff web site, very helpful if you’ve never done a home inventory before and aren’t sure where to start or what to include in it. Obviously if you invest the time and energy to create a home inventory you’ll want to make sure the it’s secure. From the Know Your Stuff application you can export the file you’ve created and save it to external media or to a remote location, upload the file to Vault 24 (a remote backup solution integrated into the software, which unfortunately costs $15 a year) , or you can go the old fashioned route and print the inventory off and store it in a safe location. The Know Your Stuff Home Inventory software is a free download for Windows or Mac.

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