Coaching Every Play! by Jeffrey Summers
... Food comes out of the kitchen in record time with great presentations, feeding the eyes of the guest as they are placed superbly before them on exquisitely set tables. Bartenders are showing off their drink prep skills with awesome flair, while telling jokes and the sound of laughter is heard in the dining room coming from the bar. Guests are happy and you are able to put out operational fires practically before they flame up. Business is awesome and guest comment cards tell you to keep up ...
Hold'em Pirate Poker Calculator and the Use of the VPIP Meter by Marty Smith
... If you see that RobRoyBoy99 has seen 60% of the flops, has a pre-flop raise of 40%, but has won a mere 12% of his showdowns, well you want him at the table. Any decent holding (middle pair) is going to take this opponent down, if not sooner than later. You want to be part of that before someone else does, so re-raising the fool is a good option to try for heads-up play. I really love the fact that the VPIP meter can collect data for me while I am pouring my tea in the kitchen, putting the ...
The Soul Of A Home by Pat Brill
... If the kids do their homework at the dinner table, have a plastic bin stocked with supplies they might need such as a calculator, pens, pencils, paper, a ruler, construction paper, etc. Once homework is done this can be slid into a cabinet or tucked away until the next day. Backpacks can be hung on hooks with homework safely inside until the race for the bus begins the next morning. This same rule can be applied for arts and crafts materials. Have all supplies tucked into a bin to make take ...
The Corner Office, the Cubicle, and Starbucks by George F Franks III
... And finally, there are those I have encountered who believe that anything personal, such as a photo of the wife or kids, in a place of business is offensive – and tend to be quite vocal about it. The point is this – it does not matter whether you work in an office, a cubicle, the kitchen table or Starbucks, surround yourself with only what you really need to do your job effectively. Everything else is clutter and will keep you from effectively accomplishing your objectives.
An Organized School Year In 10 Easy Steps by Sherrie Le Masurier
... Plan non-perishables like drinks and snacks a week or two ahead. Make sandwiches once a week and freeze or prepare them the night before. Plan breakfast the night before. Save time in the morning by setting the kitchen table in advance and making cereal and bread available to those who are ready first. Set your alarm clock earlier. Trying to get yourself and everyone else ready at same time in the morning only breeds panic. Do yourself a favor by rising half an hour before everyone else.
The Jewelry Drawer by Helen Brown
... Next to the card I discover - 3) My old clip-on sunglasses, bought back in the 80’s with great triumph, knowing I’d never again have to buy ophthalmic sunglasses - until I took the clip-on sunglasses home and was laughed under the kitchen table by the entire family. I’d secreted them away waiting for the day clip-on sunglasses take the world by storm. It’s probably safe to throw them in the bin now – even though they’re a perfect match for the – 4) Dame Edna spectacles circa 1977.
Getting Your Kids Organized for School in 5 Quick Steps by Sara Pedersen
... Have a designated study area, such as the kitchen table. But for
unique assignments, allow for some flexibility such as moving to a rocking chair for
reading chapter books. Create a school supply box and keep it well stocked with
supplies (paper, pens, pencils, crayons, scissors, glue, ruler, sticky notes, calculator,
etc.) so kids don’t have an excuse to get up. 3. Make sure you know what’s going on. Instruct children to unload their backpacks
soon as they come home.
Technique of Watercolor Painting WC04 TOOLS by John Blenkin
... Use large rolls of kitchen paper as cheap drafting paper. These are slightly transparent usually biscuit color and act as a cheap quick substitute for tracing. Use templates circles squares triangles French Curves. Get Le Corbusier crate-box metal alphabets templates. Also railway curves are a fantastic helping almost every type of drawing. Keep these to yourself – do not lend. A plastic stay-where-you-bend-it rule for irregular curves is worth its weight in gold.