Here are 5 things you should know.
1. If you have Amazon Prime and your delivery is late, you’re eligible for some sort of compensation. (Usually 1 free month of Prime)
Just contact their customer support and they’ll hook you up.
2. While editing Google docs on a phone, you can swipe your finger across the spacebar on your phone’s soft-keyboard to move the cursor.
This makes it way easier to correct typos.
3. The word “penultimate” is extremely useful, allowing you to avoid the clunky phrase “the second to the last”.
There are surprisingly many situations when you need to reference the “second to the last” of something, like when talking about homework assignments in a semester, episodes in a season, or deadlines on a project. I just don’t think it’s employed as often as it should be for how utilitarian it is.
4. Internationally the term for bathroom/toilet is “WC” (Water Closet), simply writing WC down on paper and showing it to people is likely to get you pointed in the right direction even with a language barrier.
5. Eating kiwi with the skin is healthier than eating it without.
Kiwi skins contain a high concentration of nutrients, especially fiber, folate, and vitamin E.
Eating the skin of a kiwi can increase its fiber content by 50%, boost folate by 32% and raise vitamin E concentration by 34%, compared to eating the flesh alone.
The skin of the kiwi contains many antioxidants. In fact, there is a higher concentration of antioxidants in the skin than in the flesh of the fruit.