Here’s some of the enlightenment we found on the web this week.
- Ever felt UNDERenlightened about food expiration dates? This great post from Sustainable America helped us out.
- Have you been following our Finances in your 20s series? Sara’s got another post coming next week but you can hold yourself over with these five investing tips or this infographic about how to spend $1000.
- Now we know what to do if we accidentally or not-so-accidentally suspend our Drivers’ License, but what about fixing a broken headlight in a pinch? A simple cost-effective solution.
- Need to learn how to tie a tie? Tie-a-Tie.net has the answers.
- This week we learned how to play Quidditch and we found this entire site dedicated to learning to play Badminton: www.How-to-Play-Badminton.com
- Now you have no excuse not to have a backup: how to easily build a backup system for your Mac or PC.
- It wouldn’t be EXTRAenlightenment without at least one delicious recipe. This week Emily Knight brings you persian love whoopie pies.
- We can help you decipher a drunk text but Mint.com has some advice on the four things to discuss before moving in together.
- Several of our UE staffers were coincidentally traveling this week. It made us think about some articles to bring you and these five tips for budget friendly traveling from Thought Catalog.
- We still can’t decide if this is disgusting or ingenious… how to use your dishes without having to wash them.
- There is such a thing as proper paper towel technique, and it could save millions of pounds of paper every year! A four minute Ted talk on how to use a paper towel.
- And if you thought that was fun, here’s a three minute video on why squatting (is recommend by doctors!) as the proper toilet posture.
Read some good enlightenment this week? Tweet it to us @UNDERenlightend.
Photo by Meaghan Morrison