Cheap Tricks: YouTube to the Rescue
I'm no guru to fixing things, but I've learned everything from how to do a Photoshop special effect to how to help a goat while she's in labor. There are all kinds of things you can learn on YouTube.
Greg has troubleshooted many an electrical problem just by Googling for YouTube videos. He even got some solid advice on setting up his solar array.
Have you ever tried using YouTube to help you solve a problem--or do you watch it only for music videos and funny pets?
The next time something's got you stumped, try Googling the problem + YouTube. You might be surprised to find someone has already found the answer and has made a video about it.
Funny pets and music however are still my favorite videos, used to love to find Karaoke to sing along with when had High Speed unlimited Internet access.
I do watch the videos about Shelties sometimes. Can't help it; they're so cute. :)
Never found a way...sigh...still manually making the edits.
Someone has to be by my side and guide me through it for me to remember. Sad, but true.
Plus, my daughter likes to watch some of the craft videos. She made me a wallet out duct tape and paper... and it's cute :-)
Once in a while I try to get some actual information though. :)
What makes YouTube particularly valuable is that you can see someone actually demonstrating a step. For someone like me, that's a godsend.
re: fitted sheets
I do a quasi fold. Well...it's folded anyway. :)