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DIY apartment fixes anyone can do

Use a rubber band to remove stripped screws.

WD-40 is your go-to miracle product.

It silences squeaky doors, lubricates stuck windows, removes crayons from walls, etc.

Wrap a wide rubber band around doorknobs to soften a slamming door.

Speed up a slow drain with this cheap and easy concoction.

Pour some baking soda down your drain, followed by vinegar and hot water.

Freshen your air without the spray.

Easily clean a cast iron skillet with coarse salt.

Easily clean a deck.


By using 3 4 track tape recorders (Tascam Porta 02), I’m able to playback and layer up to 12 different tape loop parts at once. This performance is completely improvised and experiments with using numerous 4 track tape recorders as instruments.


I’ve met people who could use a little help – and during my entrepreneurship project I’ve realized there are many areas I should work on as well. To be able to work and run a business, I need to stay healthy, learn more and focus on the essentials. Stress free and confident.

So here are a few simple, practical ideas on how to LEVEL UP.

Hopefully it will help a few of you out there; folks interested in finding focus and better quality of living, but too content to actually do anything about it. 

Improving yourself is a process you can take as slow as you like. You don’t have to run a marathon to work on your fitness. Every bit helps. You can focus on the emotional aspects, physical, intellectual, professional, financial – or perhaps just streamline your daily chores. What would make YOU feel like you’ve gained a level?

Good habits can be a pain in the arse to start, but once they’re routine, your life will be easier. And possibly better and healthier. But at least easier. Yes. Money back guarantee. 

[ I recognize this is a super duper general collection of random tips. If you’re interested, I’d be happy to go into more detail on the whole decluttering project I had this summer. I had WAY too much fun with it! ]