thinking of writing a 'how to adult' book to explain all the day-to-day shit that's never taught:

- who cleans the toilet cleaner (spoiler: you)
- what the fuck do you do with an old mattress
- bugs: when are they a problem and when are they chill?
- lifehack: a co-working space with a better movie selection than netflix, no membership fee, and professional researchers on location, all for FREE (a millennial re-discovers libraries)
- turning strangers into friends

any other ideas people have?

- wash your dang dishes as/just after you cook; your food is fine resting for three minutes
- where to get quality stuff for non-Target/Amazon prices (supply stores)
- buy these seven tools AND a toolbox/bucket
- opening a bank account—at a credit union
- you can change your oil and put on a spare, actually
- getting new copies of your IDs (though it'd have to be real general)


- if you have storage for all your stuff (even if it's shoeboxes), you're more likely to put it away
- buy some frames for all that stuff on your wall

Also, just what paperwork do you actually *need* to keep around and what can you get rid of. And should you shred stuff


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