Most of us use Google search to look for our ancestors on a regular basis. After all, once we’re done searching our favorite family history sites directly,
Check out this link for good search tips: 6 ‘Secret’ Google Search Tricks for Genealogy That’ll Help You Find Your Ancestors | Family History Daily
If you are like me when you are not feeling well and going through tissue after tissue some might end on the floor (because your sick and just don’t give a crap). This is a handy little idea that might save you or a caretaker some extra work. If you don’t have an extra box keep a shopping bag next to your bed for ease of discarding.
How to Pack Kitchen Items
- Use the original boxes for small appliances like a microwave or toaster (if you have them). Or, follow these detailed steps to pack small appliances safely.
- Wrap breakables in packing paper, foam wrap, or Bubble Wrap® for much-needed protection. Pot holders and dish towels can also double as extra cushioning.
- Pack dishes in dish pack boxes that include partitions to keep glasses, bowls, plates and other pieces in place during transit. Watch our video for examples of how to carefully pack dishes and china.
- Wrap fine silver in cloth or silver paper. For tips on how to move everyday cutlery, check out our tips on how to pack silverware.