24 Jul 2020

Pressure Washers: Use Cases, Tips, and Warnings

By |2021-06-17T23:47:04-07:00Jul 24, 2020 - Friday|Do-It-Yourself|0 Comments

Read: 3 mins. Pressure washers are a fast, convenient way to remove gunk, but they can also be VERY dangerous if used improperly. They work by taking in low-pressure water, turn it into a super high-powered stream (with a gas or electric motor), then through a nozzle where it can be so strong, it can actually damage wood/stone and inflict serious harm to people and animals. So, how do you use them? This article covers the Do's and Do Not's, and what they are commonly used for.

23 Jul 2020

In-N-Out’s Secret Menu

By |2021-09-09T22:10:54-07:00Jul 23, 2020 - Thursday|General|0 Comments

Read: 3 mins. Whether you find In-N-Out's burgers to be the most delicious in the USA or not, there is no denying that the restaurant chain has built a cult following with its fresh ingredients, tasty burgers, minimalist menu, and low prices. There are even overseas celebrities who order a meal as soon as they land in California. In this article, a list of secret menu items has been compiled for your ordering pleasure.

15 Jul 2020

My Two-Month Experience With GrubHub

By |2021-09-09T22:37:12-07:00Jul 15, 2020 - Wednesday|General, Reviews|4 Comments

Read: 12 mins. With the COVID-19 pandemic wreaking havoc with restaurants throughout the nation, food, grocery, and meal prep delivery services have increased in popularity, such as Uber Eats, Postmates, Door Dash, and GrubHub. Likewise, ChowNow and other services that help restaurants take orders with lower fees have also gained prominence as businesses try to find ways to maximize their profit margin to survive and avoid bankruptcy. GrubHub is one of the leading food delivery services and has established a partnership with Yelp, the most popular, crowd-sourced, business review service in the United States. I tried out GrubHub for two months, and what I learned was rather shocking.

12 Jul 2020

Power Generators: Gas vs Propane vs Battery Station (and Solar)

By |2021-09-09T22:26:48-07:00Jul 12, 2020 - Sunday|Do-It-Yourself, General, Travel|2 Comments

Read: 9 mins. In an emergency, we could find ourselves stranded with no electricity in a World that is consuming much more power today than ever before. Just in the past year alone, the globe was hit with numerous fires, earthquakes, hurricanes, tornadoes, tsunamis, and even riots! Solar panels were installed in our home earlier this year during the COVID-19 pandemic that resulted in grid power staying shut for nearly the entire day while the family had to work from home and do distance learning. In this article, we look into generators and battery power stations to provide electricity, and look at the differences between gas, propane, and battery as energy sources.

10 Sep 2014

True Story: How a Family Survived A War (The Cambodian Genocide)

By |2021-09-10T00:22:27-07:00Sep 10, 2014 - Wednesday|Family, General|0 Comments

Read: 9 mins. The incredible, TRUE STORY of a family struggling during the horrific events of the Cambodian Genocide has touched and inspired the author (whom Michael is associated with) in many ways. The strength and will of the said family's parents to keep their children alive is inspiring, putting our daily lives' problems into perspective.

9 Sep 2014

Athlete’s Foot After Backpacking Yosemite: Remedies

By |2021-09-09T22:12:27-07:00Sep 9, 2014 - Tuesday|Health, Travel|0 Comments

Read: 7 mins. "Athlete's foot (tinea pedis) is a fungal infection that usually begins between the toes. It occurs most commonly in people whose feet have become very sweaty while confined within tight-fitting shoes. Signs and symptoms of athlete's foot include a scaly rash that usually causes itching, stinging and burning." I got it after backpacking Yosemite. Here are the remedies I followed to prevent its spread and get rid of it.

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