The 5 Choices You’re Making That Lead to Clutter, Prison shootout in violent Venezuela leaves 12 dead and Toronto helps 'doofy son' find his parked car four days on

The 5 Choices You’re Making That Lead to Clutter

Keep a bag designated for collecting books to bring to the used-book store or Goodwill, and whenever…

Prison shootout in violent Venezuela leaves 12 dead

VE’s public prosecutor’s office said it was investigating the deaths of “several” inmates on Tuesday during a shootout between the prisoners at the Jose Antonio Anzoategui prison. Critics have said that VE’s prisons are controlled by gangs with ready access to…

Toronto helps 'doofy son' find his parked car four days on

A United States teenager who lost his car in a TUF car park for 4 days has picked up the vehicle after volunteer sleuths pounded pavements to find it….



The 5 Choices You’re Making That Lead to Clutter

Keep a bag designated for collecting books to bring to the used-book store or Goodwill, and whenever you finish (or don’t finish, as the case may be) a book you’re not wild about, place it in the bag.

Prison shootout in violent Venezuela leaves 12 dead

VE’s public prosecutor’s office said it was investigating the deaths of “several” inmates on Tuesday during a shootout between the prisoners at the Jose Antonio Anzoategui prison. Critics have said that VE’s prisons are controlled by gangs with ready access to machine guns and even hand grenades. “There are twelve people dead, 9 shot, 2 due to drug overdoses, and 1 due to multiple injuries,” the spokesman told Reuters, asking not to be identified by name because he was not authorized to speak to media about the riot.

Toronto helps 'doofy son' find his parked car four days on

A United States teenager who lost his car in a TUF car park for 4 days has picked up the vehicle after volunteer sleuths pounded pavements to find it. “I feel I’m like a Hollywood actor or something,” said Gavin Strickland, nineteen, as local media filmed his reunion with the vehicle on Thursday.


My child made this, therefore it’s really important and I should keep it. It’s true that if you’re a parent, some of your most treasured possessions are likely to be things your children have made. But that doesn’t mean every single item they bring home must be preserved forever! A funny thing happens when we keep things for a long time: They become harder to let go of. So it’s much easier to be choosy about what to save in the first place than it is to pare back later on.

VE’s public prosecutor’s office said it was investigating…

“It’s a prison that was going through a transition . the clashes were between those who wanted it and those who didn’t,” the official said in reference to a government push to end overcrowding and weapons in jails. Further details were not immediately available. It was not immediately clear if all the dead were inmates.

A United States teenager who lost his car in a TUF car park…

A Craigslist advert asking the public for help went viral. “Our doofy son parked the car in an indoor parking garage, in the first floor (slightly lower / basement level) but that garage cannot now be located,” his father wrote online.”


One good strategy is to choose a single container for your child’s artwork and school papers. The space limit can help make you choosier about what to keep. Use a bulletin board, art clips or fridge magnets to temporarily display your child’s work first, and then pick the “keepers” from this selection.

“It’s a prison that was going through a transition ……

(Reporting by Diego Ore; Writing by Alexandra Ulmer; Editing by Toni Reinhold)

A Craigslist advert asking the public for help went viral….

The teenager searched all night for the two thousand and fifteen Nissan Versa Sedan and police officers even drove him around the city to help. But he gave up on Monday morning and took a coach the 2fifty miles (four hundredkm) back home. His father’s advert included several details which the younger Mr Strickland had managed to recall: it’s nearby a Starbucks, “possibly a bank” and some construction.


Keep a bag designated for collecting books to bring to the…

I’ll just leave this here for now. Does the item in question have a place where it clearly belongs? If so, take the extra few seconds to put it there. Dumping things in the wrong place will only make more work for you later, when you eventually gather the energy to tidy things up.

The teenager searched all night for the two thousand and…

It was also within an $eight (£six) cab ride of the Rogers Centre, where he watched the concert. One online user called the advert, which came with a $one hundred reward, “the best scavenger hunt ever”.


The 5 Choices You’re Making That Lead to Clutter

Try the ten-second trick: Unless you live in a truly enormous home, there’s a good chance you can put just about anything in its place in ten seconds. Practice telling yourself it will take only ten seconds to put the item away, and then count as you complete the task. Ten seconds is nothing!

Toronto helps 'doofy son' find his parked car four days on

Madison Riddolls, 2six, found it parked in an electric car charging station, after she and her boyfriend decided to play detective. “We were a little bored and deciding to go to bed or go on a little adventure in our city,” Ms Riddolls told CBC News. “I felt like I owed it to the family. They were sort of relying on us.”


The 5 Choices You’re Making That Lead to Clutter

And if you consistently dump the item in question in the same spot, consider making a place for it there with a hook, shelf or basket. I don’t feel like dealing with what’s on this paper, so I’ll just toss it in the pile.

Toronto helps 'doofy son' find his parked car four days on

In another bonus, the car park waived the charge for 4 days of parking, only charging Mr Strickland for 1 day. They even gave him a gift of a Bluetooth device to ensure he does not lose the car again. “I love California,” said Mr Strickland, “and I think I just love how the city got together to help me out.”


The 5 Choices You’re Making That Lead to Clutter

Having a central place to put all incoming mail and paperwork is a wonderful idea. Whether it’s a bill, an event invite or information from your child’s school, taking the extra step to handle it — file it, add it to your calendar, recycle it — will keep your paper pile under control and ensure you don’t miss anything important, such as a bill that’s due or the school play.

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0 thoughts on “The 5 Choices You’re Making That Lead to Clutter, Prison shootout in violent Venezuela leaves 12 dead and Toronto helps 'doofy son' find his parked car four days on

  1. Yes, completely over. Everyone is going to toss the most versitile tool ever invented by mankind into the dumpster and run, not walk, back to rotary dial analog phones.

  2. You mean like the stupid people that refuse to do any research on their own and that just blindly believe that the current CDC schdule of SEVENTY FOUR vaccine doses before age 18 has absolutely nothing to do with the exploding epidemic of autism? The stupid people that have read the THOUSANDS of peer-reviewed published articles linking vaccination to brain and gut damage (both symptoms of autism?). The stupid people that have spent YEARS actually researching the issue and have come to the conclusion that mass vaccination in developed countries has caused much, much more harm than good? The stupid people that have acutually listend to the many, many scientists and doctors that are not ” bought” that have spoken out against vaccination with sound, verifiable data? If you mean those stupid people, then yeah, I agree. Can’t you – just for a moment- entertain the idea that maybe you have been lied to?
    I’ve written extensively about those topics, as have others, and the many points are not worth repeating for you, as you have seen the comments but have not paid attention.

  3. boring boring boring. steve jobs is turning over in his grave.
    How so? Please defend your vague assertion with specific evidence.

  4. I was very disappointed when he got the role but i thought he did a good job.
    I loved this article. So timely, and very interesting.
    Don’t listen to fangirls or fanboys. They can be rather narrow-minded and prejudice to any changes to their precious characters. Always judge for yourself.

  5. make it bigger, make it smaller! Goddamn it, make up your mind!
    Just like you turned off your primitive pea brain to be a Troll.

  6. Rebecca Enerson …I am not insane.
    Just like you turned off your primitive pea brain to be a Troll.
    I, too, thought this was a typo, so I called this to the attention of the author.

  7. David W Donnell Lolz you demonize a very intelligent point and countered with a statement that twists the the original idea to something incoherent, showing how you obviously didn’t understand his claim! Oh man, you’re just so adorable how you think you can logic
    I respect how you replied back.

  8. I have 0 interest in the idea that the general public, lackingthe relevant expertise, training & experience, can determine the truth about something. Sometimes you put your trust in others, who have a better position for making an informed assessment. Do you ask a guy down the pub if this skin rash is cancer…….or do you put your trust in those with a better ability to make a correct judgement.
    Yes, completely over. Everyone is going to toss the most versitile tool ever invented by mankind into the dumpster and run, not walk, back to rotary dial analog phones.
    What is going on here.

  9. THANK YOU. I couldn’t have said it better myself.
    That is not a very intelligible comment. Do try to think of why these things might actually be different.

  10. I’m not sure why you bring up that blowhard.
    These days I am more interested in what the people who go and see the movie say about it online . The internet has really replaced the need for proffessional critics .
    She is fire and on point as usual.

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