In this comic art tutorial we'll be drawing Goku from the anime series Dragon Ball Z. You'll get an inside look into the entire process, from the initial draft, all the ...
Tips No. 71. It’s time to organize your freezer (Part II).a. Group all your food into categories based on how often you use it.b. It’s time to gather up your supplies. Therefore, consider purchasing some organizers. Use at least one bin for each category of food. You can find inexpensive plastic containers to store your food properly. Make sure to choose the right containers, such as adequate foils, plastic bags, or plastic containers. Your goal is to keep air out and maximize freezer space.c. Actually, you should freeze foods with high moisture content. You should know what's freezable. You can freeze meat, fish, berries, shrimp, etc. On the other hand, you can’t freeze fried foods or yogurt.d. If you want to be even more organized, take the time to label and date your foods. You don’t want to defrost the wrong thing, right?
Tips No. 84. Organize kitchen cabinets with tension rods.Do you want to store your favorite pans, tins, cake pans, cookie sheets, and trays near the oven or stove for easy access? Realistically, each of us has a favorite frying pan that we use most frequently. Then, we can have many baking pans but we are constantly preparing cookies in two favorite ones.You can organize your favorites in a simple way. Install tension curtain rods spaced between shelves in kitchen cabinet. In this way, you can store flat cookware and bakeware and prevent them from piling up. In this manner, you can separate cookware from bakeware and everything will be at your fingertips.
Tips No. 256. Prevent magazine clutter.Are your floor and tabletops cluttered with magazines? Or your magazines are stacked in piles in a corner of your living room? It’s time to cut that clutter once and for all! Here are a few steps to clear clutter and get organized.Step one: Bring all your magazines together.Step two: Have a trash bag on hand and toss unwanted magazines. Dispose of everything that you haven't used in the last year and you will never use again. Try to recycle your magazines and do your part to keep the environment clean.Step three: Decide which magazines you need to keep. If your answer is – "I probably should read", get them out of your house. If you need to read some magazines for work assignment or your kids need some of them for school, you can keep them.Step four: Sort and organize your magazines.