Here are 5 things you should know.
1. BBC has one of the biggest and best recipe collections available for free, and since they are a public service, they have no ads, no walls of text, just recipes.
Google has transformed every recipe web into a wall of text that they are forced to write if they don’t want SEO to screw them.
Fortunately for us, BBC is a public institution and they don’t need to do it. The collection is massive and has the recipes right away.
The web is https://bbc.co.uk/food
There is also https://www.bbcgoodfood.com
2. When using public Wi-Fi you can use incognito mode to force wifi sign-in page.
If you use public Wi-Fi and for some reason, it won’t automatically direct you to the page where you log in. Just go to incognito mode in your browser and go to any page and it will pop up.
3. If your pet has gotten skinny and shows a lack of strength it may have a dental problem that makes it too painful to eat properly. Get soft food and take your pet to the vet before it starves to death.
4. If you ever lose your ticket to a concert, play or another event, the box office will reprint it for you.
Box offices are really good at about reprinting lost tickets. They will cancel the barcode on the listed ticket and get you a new one. You do need to know the seat location and have an ID or proof of purchase. And if you bought your tickets from a broker, call the broker. They should be able to connect with the box office to get it reprinted.
5. If you need to cough or sneeze but don’t have a tissue or handkerchief, it is much more hygienic to cover your mouth and nose with the inside of your elbow than your hands.
When coughing or sneezing, it is always advisable to cover your mouth and nose in order to avoid spraying an aerosol of your potentially hazardous bodily fluids over every nearby surface. You should ideally do this with a tissue or handkerchief if you have one to hand, but if not then it is quite common to cover your mouth and nose with your hands. However, this is quite ineffective as it often leaves gaps, either between your fingers or where your fingers meet your face, through which the aerosol of your bodily fluids can be propelled with great force, and also because it covers your hands with those same bodily fluids, which will then contaminate every surface you touch until you wash your hands (ideally with soap and warm water for about 20 seconds).
Accordingly, if you are caught without tissue or handkerchief and feel the need to sneeze or cough, cover your nose and mouth your elbow. This is far more effective at covering your mouth and nose as you can bury your nose in the inside of your elbow so your upper and lower arm forms an effective seal against each side of your face and direct any escaping fluid projection downwards, and also because it keeps your hands clear of contamination.