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Friday, 19 July 2019

Little Known Facts


Do you want to be the smartest person in the room? Or do you just want some help breaking the ice? Either way here are 15 random, little known facts!



1. SOME CATS ARE ALLERGIC TO HUMANS
Okay so, it's uncommon but it happens!

2. GREEN EGGS AND HAM STARTED AS A BET
The Dr. Seuss favorite grew out of a bet with his editor that he could not write a book using fewer than 50 words! His editor was out $50. ;)

3. THE MAJORITY OF YOUR BRAIN IS FAT
About 60 percent of the human brain is made up of fat!


4. HIGH HEELS WERE ORIGINALLY WORN BY MEN
In the 10th century, men in Europe adopted the fashion choice of heels to make it easier to ride their horses.

5. QUEEN ELIZABETH IS A TRAINED MECHANIC
When she was just 16, she joined the British employment agency where she learned the basics of truck repair.

6. IT TAKES EXACTLY 364 LICKS TO GET TO THE CENTER OF A TOOTSIE POP
Purdue University had a group of engineering students design a machine to answer the classic question.

7. DOLPHINS HAVE NAMES FOR EACH OTHER
I'm sure you know that dolphins are clever, but did you know they actually have names for each other? They use a unique whistle to distinguish different members within their pod!

8. SEA OTTERS HOLD HANDS WHILE THEY SLEEP
Stop it. As if they weren't already adorable enough, this cute behavior helps them avoid floating away from their partner while they sleep.

9. "OMG" USAGE CAN BE TRACED BACK TO 1917
Perhaps the earliest use of OMG appears in a letter to Winston Churchill. In the year 1917, retired Admiral of the British Navy John Arbuthnot Fisher wrote to Churchill about rumors he had heard about titles that would soon be bestowed. He wrote, "I hear that a new order of Knighthood is on the tapis. O.M.G (Oh my God!)- Shower to the admorality!"

10. TOTO THE DOG WAS ONCE A COW
In the silent film version on The Wizard of Oz in 1910, Dorothy did not have a dog but a faithful cow!

11. HORSES SLEEP IN 15 MINUTE BURSTS
For such a large animal, they do not require that much sleep. They sleep for a total of  around 3 hours a day, doing so in 15 minutes bursts!

12. THE BLOB OF TOOTHPASTE OF YOUR BRUSH HAS A NAME
So, this may fall under the category of "Why Do I Need To Know This?" BUT that blob of toothpaste of your toothbrush is called a nurdle. Eh, the more ya know!

13. ORANGES WERE FIRST PLANTED IN 1513
In what is now Florida, Spanish explorer Juan Ponce De Leon planted the first orange tree in 1513.


14. DANDELION HAS A DIRTY MEANING
You may want to stray away from the dandelion wine after realizing that in French dandelion means to "wet the bed". This names comes from the fact that dandelions have diuretic properties.

15. HOT WATER FREEZES FASTER THAN COLD WATER
A few different explanations have been suggested, including one that suggests that warm containers conduct heat efficiently, and another than warm water simply evaporates faster.

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Friday, 19 April 2019

Can I place a dumpster in the street in Morrow?

Can I place a dumpster in the street in Morrow?

What is allowed?

Renting a dumpster for medium to large home clean-outs and other projects is an excellent idea. We are very flexible about where we set our dumpsters, however, we still must comply with city, county and state laws. If the driveway is large enough we can almost always place a dumpster on private driveways, and parking areas. Some cities or counties will allow dumpsters to be placed on a curb or in city streets either with or without a permit, however, there are some that do not allow dumpsters to be placed anywhere besides private property.

What is not allowed?  

The city of Morrow does not allow dumpsters to be placed on any public property. This is to keep its citizens safe. When dumpsters are placed on streets they can become a hazard by creating blind spots.  Keeping dumpsters on private property also helps to prevent unlawful dumping. Although unlawful dumping may not seem like an issue to the city it can become an issue to the person who has rented the dumpster. When there are restricted items in the dumpster the renter could be charged additional fees and may be forced to dispose of the item(s) separately.

Where can I find more information?

For more information please contact the Morrow Public Works office located at 6311 C Murphy Dr. Morrow, GA  770-968-5497.

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Wednesday, 17 April 2019

Can I place a dumpster in the street in Griffin?

Can I place a dumpster in the street in Griffin?


What is allowed?

Renting a dumpster for medium to large home clean-outs and other projects is an excellent idea. We are very flexible about where we set our dumpsters, however we still must comply with city, county and state laws. If the driveway is large enough we can almost always place a dumpster on private driveways, and parking areas. Some cities or counties will allow dumpsters to be placed on a curb or in city streets either with or without a permit, however, there are some that do not allow dumpsters to be placed anywhere besides private property.

What is not allowed?  

The city of Griffin does not allow dumpsters to be placed on any public property or right away without obtaining a dumpster placement permit first. This is to keep its citizens safe. When dumpsters are placed on streets they can become a hazard by creating blind spots.  Keeping dumpsters on private property also helps to prevent unlawful dumping. Although unlawful dumping may not seem like an issue to the city it can become an issue to the person who has rented the dumpster. When there are restricted items in the dumpster the renter could be charged additional fees and may be forced to dispose of the item(s) separately.

Where can I find more information?

For more information please call the Griffin Solid Waste Department at 770-229-6424.

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Thursday, 7 March 2019

Easter

WHAT IS EASTER?
Easter is a holiday celebrating the resurrection of Jesus Christ in the Christian religion. According to the New Testament of the Bible, the event occurred three days after Jesus was crucified by the Romans and died in or around 30 A.D. The holiday concludes "The Passion of The Christ", a series of events and holidays that begin with lent. Lent is a 40-day period of fasting, sacrifice and prayer. The 40 day period ends with Good Friday and Easter Sunday. Although this holiday is of high religious significance in the Christian faith, several traditions associated with Easter date back to pagan times. 

WHEN IS EASTER?
Easter 2019 is April 21. However, every year the holiday falls on a different day.  Easter Sunday is a holiday, among others, that is considered a "movable feast". Easter always falls on a Sunday between March 22nd and April 25th.


GOOD FRIDAY
The resurrection of Jesus is essentially the foundation of the Christian religion. According to the New Testament, Jesus was arrested by the Romans because he claimed to be the "Son of God". The arrest was motivated by Romans viewing Jesus as a threat to their empire. Jesus was sentenced to death by Pontius Pilate. This day is recognized as "Good Friday" as His resurrection three days later proved that He was the Son of God.


PASSOVER
Passover is a Jewish holiday, often associated with Easter. Their connection is seen in The Last Supper, which occurred the night before Jesus was arrested and persecuted. The Last Supper was essentially a feat. The New Testament identifies the bread as His body and the wine as His blood. These rituals would one day symbolize the sacrifice that the Son of God was about to make in His death, becoming the basic ritual for the Holy Communion.

EASTER EGGS
 Egg decorating may have become a tradition on the celebration of Easter in a nod to the religious significance of Easter, Jesus' resurrection or "re-birth".


EASTER BUNNY
The exact origins of the Easter Bunny are unknown, however, some believe it arrived in America with immigrants from Germany in the 1700s. Rabbits are, in many cultures, known as enthusiastic pro creators, so the arrival of baby bunnies in springtime became associated with birth and renewal, another link to the resurrection of Jesus. 

EASTER DINNER
The historical Easter dinner-LAMB. Lamb was often used as a sacrifice animal in Jewish traditions and it frequently served during Passover. The phrase "Lamb of God" is used to refer to Jesus and the sacrificial nature of his death. 



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Tuesday, 15 January 2019

Bin There Dump That Dumpster Rental Frequently Asked Questions


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Do I require a deposit in order to rent a dumpster?
A: No, we do require a Visa, MasterCard, or Discover. We do not accept cash or check.
Q: Do you protect the driveway?
A: Yes, 100% protection. The bin never touches the ground. Although this does not guarantee there will be no damage; it does prevent cracks, mark/scrapes for rollers or rails, and rust stains.
Q: What dumpster type do I need?
A: You need our type. We are the only company designed to be Residential Friendly. Our dumpsters come with 100% Driveway Protection, they use up the same foot print of a mini van, double doors on the loading side for easy walk in loading (nothing has to get lifted over the rim), and we even do a post job clean up under the dumpster after we pick it up! Now if you need help picking you can: A) Call or text us @ 404-692-2838, email Atl@BinThereDumpThat.com, or check out our Bin Rental Guide.
Q: How much notice do I need to give when ordering my dumpster?
A: Sometimes we can do same day delivery and almost always next day. As the old saying goes “the more the merrier”, the more days in advance we know the less problems you will have. We prefer a day or 2 notice. Keep in mind that if you need a dumpster in the morning to have it delivered the day prior to ensure you have it on time.
Q: How high can I fill the dumpster?
A: Per law it must be a level load and everything must be secure. We hand tarp all our dumpsters to ensure we are hauling a safe load. We all have been behind a dumpster company littering trash all over and causing driver to swerve.
Q: Do you work with Contractors?
A: Everyday and we love’m.
Q: What if I go over the weight allowance?
A: Simple you will be charge the overages pro-rated. We don’t charge a full ton over unless you used that full ton. 99% of our customer will not go over our allowed weights.
Q: What sets you apart from other dumpster services?
A: There are many reasons we are the best dumpster rental around Atlanta, here are some of the things that set us apart that you can expect with us!
  • 100% Driveway protection
  • Double Doors for easy walk-in load. No lifting over the rim!
  • Clean & Professional Deliver Experts
  • Call prior to delivery
  • We'll sweep under the dumpster on pickup
  • Same day service available
  • Saturday service available
  • Clean trucks & dumpsters
  • We use smaller trucks and can fit into tighter smaller areas
  • We answer the phone & will help answer your questions in a respectful manner
  • We pride ourselves in customer service
Q: What areas do you provide dumpster rental service to?
Q: What is allowed and not allowed in the dumpster?
Q: Can I put appliances in the dumpster?
A:Depending on the area in which you are located. Refrigerators, freezers, dehumidifiers and AC units are always a no. Call the office to check on other appliances you need to dispose of.
Q: Can I put electronics in the dumpster?
A: Depending on the area in which you are located. Most likely, YES. Always remember you can recycle your old electronics. 
Q: You do not accept tires. Can I throw away my old bike even though it has tires on it?
A: Yes, you can.
Q: Can I throw my old lawn equipment in the dumpster?
A: Depending on the area in which you are located. Most likely, YES. As long as any fluids (gas, oil, etc) are totally drained from the equipment. 
Q: Do you accept mattresses/box springs?
A: We do accept mattresses and box springs however, depending on location, there is an additional charge for each piece. There is no additional fee for crib mattresses not containing springs. 


Monday, 14 January 2019

Atlanta Welcomes Superbowl LIII!


ATLANTA WELCOMES SUPERBOWL LIII


With the Superbowl just around the corner Atlanta can't help but feel the excitement (and the broken hearts) of thousands of people. 


Hosting the Superbowl-the most watched sporting event in the entire world-comes with quite the boost in economic activity. With thousands of fans traveling to the city, staying at hotels, shopping and trying some of the best local restaurants the city benefits greatly. Superbowl LII brought about $450 million in gross local spending for its hosting city. 

The Superbowl is more than just a football game.
Even if you aren't a fan of football, the Superbowl is just as exciting for you. It is a 10 day celebration featuring musical artist, food trucks, appearances by celebrities and more! Although Superbowl tickets may be out of reach, everyone is more than welcome downtown to celebrate with the city


This years celebration includes performances by Jermaine Dupri, Goodie Mob, DJ Holiday, Waka Flocka, K Camp, Ying Yang Twins, Coca Vango, Trinidad James and more! 

Other activities with partners like Hyundai, Frito Lay, Ford and Verizon will be taking place as well. 

Bring the family downtown for some fun!

Oh yeah and GO FALCONS!

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Tuesday, 19 December 2017

How do I find dumpster rental near me?

How Can I Find a Local Dumpster Rental Company in Atlanta



If you have never rented a dumpster before or even if you have rented a dumpster before, you probably though, how do I find a dumpster rental near me?  It can be hard to find out what companies are local when it seems that everyone one you call is not located in your area.  In fact, most dumpster rental companies are not local or are not even a dumpster company, but a broker. Brokers simply take your order, find the cheapest person to do the job, mark it up, and then the 3rd party brings you the dumpster rental.

Separating Local Dumpster Companies From Brokers & National Companies

The big companies and brokers are the most expensive dumpster rentals.  The big companies have brand recognition,  love to go for after the big contractors, and are regional.  Sometimes the big guys will team up with broker to create a perfect mistake!

Brokers simply run adds and market their company as the source, but when they actually just find a local guy to do the work and add an significant amount of money to the cost!  They are a 3rd party company.

Using a local dumpster rental company will not only save you money, but you will also get a true idea of all the cost (no confusion), better service (less layers), faster service, and less fees (pre and post).  How do you find the dumpster rental "near me"?  For one visit their website and look for the following:  address, local phone number, see where their reviews are coming form, and look for social media linksSocial media can tell you a lot about where a company is located, too!  Another great place to look in google maps.  Maps will search by your IP address and list companies near you, but sometimes brokers will have listing in your area.  A local listing should look something like this.

Another indicator is look at the company name. If it is a blanket or general name; ie Budget Dumpster, Local Dumpster, Cheap Dumpster, Easy Dumpster, Quick Dumpster, etc it is strong indication that they are a broker.

Landfills and transfer stations are a good place to call and find out who the local guys are, too!

The simplest and quickest way to find out where the dumpster rental company is located is to ask them; this way you know for sure where they are.

Brokers and regional dumpster rental companies try to avoid letting you know that they are not local.  Brokers also try to avoid you figuring out that what they really are, a third party or subcontractor.  Remember, these guys are significantly more expensive, too!

Brokers are notorious for additional charges.  Read some of the great reviews:

"A few days later they charged me additional 44 dollar for who know what. Looking at the reviews, it seems to be quite common in their practice.
Lesson: if they claim to be the cheapest, they will charge you afterwards." Nataliya L.

"They give a very great competitive price and then a week later charges an additional $109.50." Pnoemi

"This is not even a dumpster company. This is a third party referral service .
They only get the business and then they call a local dumpster company." Mike R


If you are located in Atlanta, Marietta, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Dunwoody, Brookhaven, Chamblee, Kennesaw, Acworth, Dallas, Hiram, Douglasville, Villa Rica, Mableton, Smyrna, Powder Springs, Atlanta, Decatur, Buckhead, East Point, College Park, Union City, Fairburn, Peachtree City, Newnan, Carrollton, Lithia Springs, or any part of metro Atlanta you can the dumpster rental "near me" company; Bin There Dump That.  We are the only company designed around residential use.  We provide clean dumpsters, 100% driveway protection, post job clean up, and double doors for easy walk in loading.

We can be found at  https://www.atlantadumpsterrentals.net/ or http/s://www.mariettadumpsterrental.net or https://www.facebook.com/BTDTDumpstersAtl.  Contact us at 404-692-2838 (phone or text) or atl@bintheredumpthat.com



Friday, 15 December 2017

Difference between a front load dumpster & roll off dumpster rental?



A dumpster is a dumpster, right?  No, there are 2 basic types of dumpsters that can be rented.  A Roll off dumpster and front load dumpster.  A roll off dumpster is generally what you see at a construction site, residential location, or being used by someone moving.  A front load dumpster is generally what you see behind a business, shopping center, restaurant, or commercial facility.


Roll off dumpsters are commonly referred to as a open top dumpster, roll-off dumpster, construction dumpster, rental dumpster, bin, or simply a dumpster. These are general on a short term rental and is only needed 1 or couple of times. All roll off type dumpsters have an open top and usually one door.  The design of these dumpsters will vary, but most are longer than taller and hauled on a large CDL truck.  The two most common types of lifts that roll off dumpsters use are either a hook lift or a winch cable. Hook style lifts have become more common and have less issues.


Front loading dumpster are usually long terms rentals and are tied with a contract.  These are the type of dumpsters you would see behind a shopping center, restaurant, or business complex. Most governments require them if food waste is going to be disposed off, because they are seal at the base and do not let water out; unlike the roll off dumpster.  Also, governments require front loading dumpster to have lid to prevent rain from filling them and to keep animals out of food waste. The design is taller to take up less room, usually have 1 or 2 sliding doors to load trash, lids, and seal water tight around the base.  Unlike roll off dumpsters, front load dumpster are not hauled away every time they are emptied. A large compactor truck with a forklift style lift.  Then they pick up it up and tip it upside down into the back of the truck.  It is very similar to how weekly trash pick up is done.


Lets review the differences of the two dumpster types.

Front load dumpster vs roll off dumpster rental



Roll Off Dumpster
Front Load Dumpster
Commonly referred to as: roll-off dumpster, open top dumpster, construction dumpster, dump bin, or dumpster
Commonly referred to as: front load dumpster or dumpster
Short to medium term rental
Long term & usually comes w/ a contract
Used for construction, house clean out, remodeling, or moving
Used in commercial settings. Apartment complexes, business, restaurants, or shopping centers
Not a watertight seal around bottom
Watertight at bottom
Brought to landfill or transfer station to empty
Is emptied into a truck onsite.
No lids
Lids installed
Has walkin capabilities
Can not walkin
Long and short
Tall and narrow


So to make it simple. If you are doing a construction job, remodel, moving, cleaning out, or building you need a roll off dumpster.  If you need a dumpster for your business you need a front load dumpster.  Remember if you need a roll off rental dumpster you can all check us out on the web at www.atlantadumpsterrentals.net or https://www.mariettadumpsterrental.net.


At Bin There Dump That Dumpster Rentals of Atlanta we are the only ones in to have locking lids have locking lids that will keep others out and we have dumpster with double doors on the loading end for easy walk in loading.  Furthermore, we are the dumpster rental company to service Cobb County, Marietta, Powder Springs, Dallas, Hiram, Roswell, Dunwoody, Brookhaven, Atlanta, Lithia Springs, Newnan, Fairburn, Peachtree City, Fayetteville, East Point, College Park, or Metro Atlanta, that offer 100% driveway protection to prevent dumpster damage to your driveway, double door for easy walkin loading, and post job clean up to get everything that fell under the bin.


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Monday, 24 July 2017

How do I get rid of old vehicle tires?

Your weekly trash service will not take tires and most disposal facilities don't accept them. This makes them one of the hardest items to dispose of and why the are constantly littered along the road and vacant lots.  


Scrap tires are a major health concern.  Trapped water is a perfect breeding ground for mosquitoes and can increase their reproduction rate up to 100%!  Also, decomposing tires release hazardous chemicals and gases. If they burn they release toxic chemicals and gases.


I remember as a teen in 1995 a tire fire about 30 miles from my house.  We could see the thick black smoke and debris falling from the sky for a week.  Here is a video of the fire: FIRE. This burned for a about a week above ground  and months below ground.  It is estimated to have burned up to 6 million tires!  EPA decided to let the tires burn vs putting out the fire because of the chemicals the tires release while burn would run in the water supplies.


Although, they seem difficult to dispose of, they are not.  Just about every store (Walmart, Firestone, NTB, etc) that install tires will accept used tires for a fee and there is probably a limit.  Some transfer stations or landfill might accept them, but they cannot place them in the ground because it is illegal.  Tires must be recycled in the state of Georgia and you have to store them inside.


Recycled tire are used for many different things: mulch, playground bedding, roads, roofing, fuel, recapped & reused, artificial reefs, clothing, etc


Another option is to re-purpose the tires.  Simply google used tire uses and you can stay busy all day.  Some of my favorite are:


  • Shooting barrier or shooting house.  The military love building house out of tires to train for urban operations. *note the tires must be filled with dirt.
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  • Potato garden.  Simply start with one tire and as plant grows add another tire  on top with soil.  Continue this till it is time to harvest. Then simply unstack them and grab your potatoes. If you have ever had to dig up potatoes you will know why this is a great idea
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  • Then there is everyone's favorite.  The tire swing.  No  explanation needed.
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Did you know at every tire you buy has a tax on it for scrap tire abatement?


We, Bin There Dump That Atlanta, can haul and dispose of tires in certain locations. Just call  us find out if we can help you.

Thursday, 27 April 2017

13 Life Hacks To Declutter, Organize & Simplify Your Life



13 Life Hacks To Declutter, Organize & Simplify Yo


Human ingenuity never ceases to amaze us. Our ability to adapt and re-purpose everyday items provides an endless stream of ways to make our lives easier.

The phrase that describes these clever innovations is life hack. Wikipedia defines the term this way: “Life hacking refers to any trick, shortcut, skill, or novelty method that increases productivity and efficiency, in all walks of life.” In other words, a life hack is anything that solves an everyday problem in “an inspired, ingenious manner.”
Ever have a problem finding the end of a roll of tape? For us, it usually takes three times as long to get the end unstuck than it does to put the tape where it needs to go. But now when we do, we take a paperclip (you know that little box holds more than you’ll likely ever use) and stick it to the edge of the tape. That makes the end easier to find the next time. That’s a life hack.
Below we’ve compiled a list of our favorite home-related hacks — plus some links to places around the web where you can find hundreds, if not thousands, more.

13 Life Hacks To Declutter, Organize & Simplify Your Life

Things Get Clean in the Sink, But What Cleans the Sink?

Here’s a gem the folks at SERVPRO offer on their Facebook page to help you make sure your kitchen sink — a receptacle for some pretty nasty stuff — stays clean and fresh.
  1. Pour ½ cup of baking soda down the drain.
  2. Wash it down with ½ cup of vinegar and a spritz of lemon.
  3. Let that set for a few minutes while it fizzles.
  4. Rinse with hot water.

How the Heck Do You Clean a Mattress?

This smart spring cleaning hack comes from Calli, whose, blog “Make It Do,” offers a bit of advice on keeping mattresses smelling fresh.
Remove all the bedding, including bed skirts and mattress covers… and put it all into the wash.
Next lift the mattress and box springs off the bed and thoroughly vacuum and dust. (Feel free to wipe down the wall and floorboards behind the bed.)
Lay the mattress back into place and prepare Calli’s special concoction. You could just use straight baking soda, but Calli pours about one cup of baking soda into a mason jar and adds four drops of lavender essential oil.  Put on the lid and shake up the jar.
Using a kitchen strainer sprinkle the baking soda mixture all over the mattress and let it sit. Let it sit for an hour or more, usually the time it takes to finish washing all the bedding and press the bed skirt.
Using the hose end of your vacuum and an upholstery attachment, thoroughly vacuum the mattress. Say goodbye to dust mites and other nasty things. The baking soda helps draw up any moisture and deep dirtiness. It deodorizes and leaves the mattress smelling fresh and clean.

Short and Sweet

Many, if not most, life hacks are quick and simple tricks to make life just a bit easier. Here are some of our favorites, courtesy of Twisted Sifter
  1. Place a rubber band around a paint can to wipe off the brush. This will help keep the paint on the inside of the can.     
  2. Use your smartphone to take photos of your friends with items you lend them. That way you’ll remember who has them.
  3. Fold your clothes and stack them vertically in drawers. You’ll be able to see them better.
  4. A frozen, wet sponge makes a great ice pack that won’t drip as it melts.
  5. Use unscented dental floss to cut cakes, cheese and other soft foods.
  6. Use a clothespin to hold a nail when hammering.

Simple And Smart

Sometimes life hacks are so simple you’re almost embarrassed you didn’t think of them yourself. For example, take a look at these 75 life hacks offered by The Orlando Sentinel.
13 Life Hacks To Declutter, Organize & Simplify Your Life
  1. Use a laundry basket to carry several bags of groceries.
  2. Driving on a strange highway and don’t know which side of the road the exit is on? Look at the little rectangular exit sign on top of the larger highway sign. It will be on the same side of the road as the exit.
  3. Ever rent a car and, as you’re pulling into the gas station, you realize you don’t know which side of the car the tank door is on? The dashboard gas gauge likely has a little triangular arrow that points to the side from which the tank should be filled. 
We know what you’re thinking. Life is good now. These life hacks will make things so much better. Again, you’re welcome. But there will come a time when maybe you’re not quite as happy as you are this very moment. Here’s one last life hack to make life a little better: Forcing yourself to smile when you’re feeling down will make you happier.
There are plenty more life hacks, especially where keeping your home organized, uncluttered and clean are concerned. We’ve only scratched the surface. Below are some links to even more life hacks:

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