The LifeHacks we have Discovered

We feel it is important to share knowledge across the world with things that are known by some but should be free information for everybody. On this page, we try to keep track of all of the things in life that will help your life to be more enjoyable, easier, and more productive!

Website Hacks - Legal websites that do amazing things!

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I will continue adding sites that I have found that will boost your productivity or just make your day better!

Recent Blog Posts

July 24

How to keep your computer clean for free

I offer remote services, allowing me to connect to your computer remotely on a one time basis, and if you need my help email me at info@mrcasper.com. But, there are free options that will allow you to keep your own computer clean. Currently, I just Malwarebytes and CCleaner, the free versions. The free version of Malwarebytes is the same as the paid version, except that the paid version allows you to schedule a scan, the free version has to be ran manually. CCleaner will clean up the registry after Malwarebytes cleans up your computer.

July 18

How to trim a Mesquite tree

Lately I had been noticing large amounts of mistletoe growing on one of my Mesquite trees. It has bothered me for about a year, but since the tree is about 50 or 60 feet high, I have left it alone. As this summer comes to an end, and the rain is falling during this amazing monsoon season, the mesquite trees branches are now hanging to the ground in some places, and it is getting tough to get around them.

So I decided to go out and get a sawzall tool that would allow me to climb high in the tree to take the necessary branches down. I did a bunch of research to be sure I knew what I was doing before I started, I watched youtube videos and also looked for items that talked about the timing of trimming and when it should be done. I found that you should do it at the end of the summer, when it isn't terribly hot, and be sure to only make the necessary cuts, as any cut does damage to the tree that it needs to recover from. I also found that it is great to paint the cuts black to minimize the bleeding of sap.

July 14

PowerPoint Tricks

Here is where I keep all of my tricks for PowerPoint for easy access from anywhere.