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March 19, 2012 / admin

Rearview Monitor Mirror

Anyone working in a cubicle knows that there are few annoyances worse than facing a corner all day, with your back turned to everyone—leaving yourself exposed to shoulder-surfing bosses, sneak attacks by coworkers, or all sorts of insecurities.

There are several options, but none easier than a rear-view mirror. If the cost of such a mirror is any indication, cube dwellers are willing to pay almost anything to ease the discomfort of feeling like all eyes are on them. It doesn’t make sense why a mirror for your cubicle should cost upwards of $20, so we’re here with a solution that costs us less than $2 each mirror. We’ll show you how to make one, and if you’re too lazy to do it yourself, we’ll gladly do the work for you and sell you one for a measly $7.

What you’ll need:

  • Blind spot mirror (two-pack = $2.99 + tax)
  • Ruler (or paint-stirrer)
  • Adhesive Velcro®
  • Gaffer Tape (optional)

Step-by-step instructions are available upon request.

November 4, 2011 / admin

Two Degrees Food Bars

Two Degrees Food Bars - Packaging

I got my first package recently, and it’s one tasty treat! (Actually, it was three tasty treats.)

These little food bars not only pack a delicious punch, but they also help feed hungry children. When you buy one bar, they give a nutrition pack to a hungry child. Let me tell you, if those nutrition packs taste half as delicious as the Two Degrees bars, those hungry children are in for more than nutrition—their taste buds will be dancing with joy.

While each bar may not replace a meal, they’re certainly a fantastic snack to hold you over between meals.

Two Degrees Food Bar

So, what’s in these food bars that makes them taste so darn good? I’d guess that it’s all the sustainably-sourced natural ingredients. There’s no high fructose corn syrup (HFCS), just a delicious mix of nutrient-rich foods, like raisins, peanuts, and sunflower seeds, sweetened with brown rice syrup.

Not only is the food wonderful, but the packaging is also quite attractive. If it’s not enough that Two Degrees helps to feed hungry children, the wrappers are made from 100% recyclable polypropylene and the boxes are made from 100% recycled paperboard.

You can find Two Degrees Food Bars at Whole Foods Market, or other retailers, and you can find Two Degrees Food on Twitter.

November 12, 2010 / admin

Empty Mailbox

It’s so sad. The mail carrier has yet to bring me any gifts. I’m really looking forward to telling everyone about the things I receive, so unless you want me to post about my junk mail and bills, you need to liven things up and send stuff!!

November 9, 2010 / admin

You send me stuff, it shows up here. Simple.

Highly influenced and inspired by, here’s your chance to send someone ANYTHING, and it’ll be posted here. I’ll take a photo and review whatever you send, post it and tweet about it. You can include contact information or remain anonymous if you’d like. Please don’t send anything illegal, flammable, or breathing.

I’m debating about how to give out the address. Any suggestions? For now, send me an email.