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Category: Tip of the Day

Tip of the Day #202

by Lincoln Sedlacek

It’s very important to proofread any written content you plan to publish in a pubic space.

Tip of the Day #541

by Lincoln Sedlacek

Airport calories don’t count if you take a turbulent enough Spirit Airlines flight afterwards.

Tip of the Day #7242

by Lincoln Sedlacek

You catch more flies with flypaper than with vinegar.

Tip of the Day #8245

by Lincoln Sedlacek

Tying a string around one of your fingers is a great way of reminding yourself that you have an infected paper cut on that finger and it needs to be amputated.

Tip of the Day #907

by Lincoln Sedlacek

Flowers and a remorseful card can be a great way to tell someone, “I’m sorry I forgot about our anniversary, and your birthday, and your play, and your recent defense of your dissertation, and that we were dating entirely.” They are a less effective way of saying, “I’m sorry I forgot you have a severe pollen allergy.”

Tip of the Day #510

by Lincoln Sedlacek

While it may be nice to populate the walls of your house with family photos, it’s much more cost effective to just buy picture frames and leave in the stock photos.

Tip of the Day #599

by Lincoln Sedlacek

Out of tomato sauce? You can easily substitute it with red paint, provided your goal is to make things red and not to make delicious food.

Tip of the Day #856

by Lincoln Sedlacek

To quickly enter a locked building, try using keys.

Tip of the Day #6066

by Lincoln Sedlacek

You can greatly reduce your chances of rear-ending another car by driving on the wrong side of the road.

Tip of the Day #902

by Lincoln Sedlacek

To make your suitcase easy to spot in an airport’s baggage claim area, try attaching something easily recognizable to it, like a rainbow-colored ribbon or a human ear.

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