related: the wikipedia article on Reddy Kilowatt is truly amazing https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reddy_Kilowatt
An awesome alternative to audible for audiobooks: libro.fm, where you can choose which independent bookstore your purchase supports. I chose Subtext Books in downtown St. Paul.
This is a really lovely short little essay
IMPORTANT COST SAVING FYI:
Don't buy turbo tax if you made 66k a year or less in 2018 and were younger than 51. You can do it through H&R Block for free and it includes everything, including student loan interest. link below, boost for awareness https://www.hrblock.com/ffa/
I took the bus to work and wrote an article about it!
tl;dr: it took me 2.5 hours overall and I bought some thread on the way home. It was nice.
so yeah I'm a little salty about undescribed images because for me and everyone else who uses a screen reader—we just don't want to miss out on your posts. I followed y'all because I'm interested in what you have to say, and if you can't even write a couple words for your images, you're saying that's not meaningful to you
My newest streets.mn post:
"4. Soup will freeze and burst in your bag at -20 F, and then all your stuff will smell like soup all day."
i'll make you other knives if you pay the instance via patreon or librewhatever to have me make them, jfyi, i love them and i'm pleased with them. thanks #knifeday
one weird trick to save money on your car insurance Show more
sell your car and don't buy a new one
International winter bike to work day is in one week! Friday, February 8th, get on your bicycle and go to work. Or not to work. Go bicycle!
I wrote an article featuring some inspirational links on why biking is great and how to bike to work.
@Jennybellium wrote a streets article for bike to work day!! https://streets.mn/2019/02/01/international-winter-bike-to-work-day-2019/
Turns out that @Jennybellium gives directions only in bike routes
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