A quickie from me this week. I'm having MAJOR computer grief and will probably have to spend most of the day at a wifi hotspot in the lobby of the maternity ward of my local hospital while tech support tries to remotely solve my laptop's sudden inability to connect to the internet. (Why a wifi hotspot you ask? Because my IT guy insists he knows what's wrong, despite overwhelming evidence that it's something else. Don't ask... Why the hospital lobby? Because it's the closest location with iPass, and since it's the maternity ward it isn't likely to be full of people with communicable diseases.)
So. My tip for today.
Dryer balls. You know, those blue knobby "as seen on tv" things. Yup, those. I've been using them for nearly a year now. I have no idea whether they do in fact make fluffier, softer laundry, but I can say with confidence that they do just fine with preventing static cling, and without all the waste of those disposable dryer sheets.
Visit Rocks In My Dryer to see what else is working this week.