Monthly Archives: April 2011
We all have it, right? A favorite pen or type of pen? The point size. The ink color. The ball style (roller vs ballpoint, or maybe no ball at all if you’re a felt-tip sort.) The grip. Click or cap. … Continue reading
I have used these at home and it’s almost scary how well they work. I just read that they work on bathroom grout, too, and now I am eager – me, the non-cleaner – to go home and step into the … Continue reading
Today is Earth Day – the most-celebrated secular holiday in the world! To get you in the spirit, here are some fun bits of trivia about the day: Recycling one aluminum can saves enough energy to watch a TV for … Continue reading
You know what? One of the funnest (most fun?) parts of writing this blog is seeking out non-traditional ways to use office supplies. I found this picture of a paperclip light fixture available for just $185 (though apparently it’s sold … Continue reading
Wow. I had no idea how much there is to know about paper and its level of “greenness.” SFI, FSC, GreenSeal, iSeal … 30% post-consumer material, 75% recycled, 100% post-consumer fiber. What do all those terms and initials mean, and … Continue reading
I have to admit, this is something fairly new to me. I think we all will agree that our planet deserves better treatment – that we humans can do a lot more to litter less, waste less, and use less. … Continue reading
After thinking about taxes yesterday, here’s something more fun … Enjoy!