Don’t scale down an image only to have it scaled back up for printing – you will lose quality very quickly by doing so.
Putting wet and broken electronic devices in a bag of dry, uncooked rice for 24-48 hours might be a miracle cure. The rice will soak up moisture.
Try disconnecting all devices (or powering down all devices) on the network, then connecting one at a time. It might just be an IP conflict at your router.
Rather than using browser menus, use ctrl-shift-del or cmd-shift-del (Mac) to bring up the dialog box.
Using ctrl-shift-t (Windows) or cmd-shift-t (Mac) will re-open tabs you closed, in the order you closed them, so if you accidentally closed a tab, never fear, you can get it back.
Don’t add salt until ready to eat. Salt is what turns the guacamole brown, so if you wait to add it, you can prepare in advance.
Commit to an exercise routine for three weeks to make it a habit – then things get easier.
Don’t put toppings in the center. Keeping the center radius of a couple of inches clear of everything except cheese.