Monday, September 14, 2015

If there is one thing I hate more than anything in the world is to peel off the end of a tape roll after it has been stored for some time. I mean it can get pretty gluey and when it tears.. oh my goodness, it can go on and on and on. Good thing I found this hack and it’s so easy, you just need to put a paper click at the edge after you use it, just like the image below. You can use this trick for any tape. From cellophane tape to masking tape to console tape, you’d be sure to never run a tear on those tape again.

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Monday, August 10, 2015

A woman can never have enough space. You give her a drawer of most sizes, she would need a whole cabinet. When you give her a cabinet, she would request for a wardrobe and when you give her a wardrobe, she’ll request for a walk in wardrobe (grin).. So what is the moral of the story? Just keep calm, give her what she wants and she’ll leave you alone. lol!

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Monday, June 8, 2015

What is Fibracell. Nope it is not something that has to do with the female body, though it does sound like one right?

According to wwbw.com: “Fibracell is a composite of aerospace materials specially designed to produce a reed that effectively mimics a cane reed. Sound absorbing Kevlar fibers are held in a light rosin to produce the reed. From there, an exact and consistent production process is enacted. Each reed is precisely trimmed ensuring that there will not be differences from reed to reed.”

So if you are looking for reeds or clarinet, make sure you get one that is made from Fibracell.

Posted by LadyJava On June 08, 2015 No comments READ FULL POST

Thursday, June 4, 2015

cabins on broken bow lake

If you’re trying to decide where to go on your next trip, you may be weighing the options based on how many free activities there are at the destination. If you’re going to be taking a trip to The Windy City, there’s a ton of entertainment for budget travelers. Chicago is full of adventure, but even better is that there are a bunch of totally free ways to stay busy.

1. Stop by Skoki Northside Sculpture Park and challenge yourself to find all of the sculptures within just one afternoon.

2. Check out the latest art exhibit or performance at the Chicago Cultural Center. Visit their website to see the latest about what’s going on.

3. The Cultural Center also hosts Weird Fridays, which is where you can meet people, dance and listen to various deejays throughout the month. Pick a Friday that will include your favorite music genre. If you’re considering moving to Chicago or you’ve recently relocated there, this is a great way to meet new people.

4. The Summer Dance in Grant Park is a great place to brush up on your moves. Not only will you learn how to dance, but you can enjoy live music, too. Want a different kind of vacation? Check out cabins on Broken Bow Lake if you’re after some solitude.

5. During the springtime, the Sharing Color Art Exhibit celebrates decades of this free painting art exhibit. It’s open to children of all ages, making it a great option for families.

6. The Second City Comedy Troupe once had talents including Stephen Colbert and Tina Fey. After their normal shows, they have free improv shows that you can watch.

7. Want to meet new people? The Chicago Greeter will pair you with people who love their city and are happy to give free tours. The tours last anywhere from two to four hours and you’ll see and learn about the city like you never have before.

8. Bring the kids to the interactive Chicago Children’s Museum. Every Thursday, families can get in for free.

9. Throughout the summertime, Chicago’s Park District plays host to 250 movies outside. BYO blanket and picnic materials and make a night of it!

Who said travel has to break the bank? Invest in a plane ticket and hotel room, then fill your days without spending a dime.

Posted by LadyJava On June 04, 2015 No comments READ FULL POST
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