I live in Oregon, and we've officially moved into the COLD COLD SO COLD months. The other day I was rooting around in the kitchen for something hearty but easy, something that could be made in ten minutes or less. We had a ton of leftover steamed white rice from dinner the night before that I planned to incorporate, but I wasn't sure what else to mix in.
While attending a small film festival a few years ago, I made the mistake of texting my vote for the festival's best film. Within a couple days, my phone number had been sold to marketers and I started receiving a ton of text spams.
This made me very angry. I was already dealing with telemarketers calling my mobile, trying to sell me mortgage refinancing and carpet cleaning, and now I had to deal with shitty text spamming too? It started getting to the point where half the time my phone made a noise, it was a voicemail from a telemarketer or a text spam.
Like many other workplaces across the country, the Keurig obsession has hit our office — they have these nifty little containers for making coffee, tea, or just about any other hot drink you can imagine, and saves lots of time. But how on earth do you display them in a non-boring way?
Think Geek is kind of KILLING IT with their home products at the moment. They've been blowing my mind with their plethora of insanely useful products — a light switch that also holds your keys, a device that easily separates egg yolks. And then some of their products are just off the wall crazy — a helm trash can, Nintendo wall graphics, and a jellyfish tank? Yup, they've got all these things. Let's gawk…
The Offbeat Empire has been there for many of my life stages, I hope the community can be here for me now as well. I'd love any advice and guidance from those who have lost a loved one and have chosen to do an event to celebrate their life.