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We're just wondering how many people have their stash of paper organized. I know that it took me a while to get things the way that I wanted them. But what a huge difference it made in the amount of time that I had to craft. I spent less time looking for just the right paper and more time enjoying myself. So how about you? Are your papers organized?
Having enough light in your kitchen workspace is essential to culinary precision and safety. Adding lights beneath your kitchen cabinets or pendants over the island can create a much brighter area. With smart lighting, you can automate based on color, time and any combination of smart home scenes for breakfast or intimate dinners. The $90 Lifx Z Multi-Color LED Wi-Fi Light Strip and affordable $8 Wyze Bulb are our best bets for light strips and smart bulbs.
Our resident coffee expert, Senior Editor Brian Bennett, is fond of the $250 Behmor Connected brewer. With it, you can control water temperature, presoak time, and the type of roast right from your phone, or use Alexa to order up coffee via voice commands.
The Instant Pot Smart Wi-Fi is the only connected model from the multicooker manufacturer. There was a Bluetooth model, but the company discontinued it last year. The Wi-Fi model connects to the Instant Pot app, where you can control your Instant Pot remotely.
Step One-Open Or Closed System
So the first decision that you need to make is if you want an open system where you can see your paper or are you the type of person who wants to have it stored i a closed system like a cabinet. I am a visual person, so I like to see my paper.
Black & Decker also makes a Wi-Fi slow cooker with a companion app so you can set the time and temperature and turn cooking on or off. As with any kitchen appliance that works with heat or pressure, we recommend checking in on your appliance regularly during the cooking process.
Sarah Tew/CNET If you already have a fitness band, you might want to divert some refund cash to a smart scale. Eufy's scale is attractively styled and records a lot of details, including your weight, body fat, water, muscle mass, bone mass, BMI and BMR. All that data is synced via Bluetooth to Eufy's app on your phone, and the stats are also flagged as low, normal or high, so you have a sense of your overall health. And this is an inexpensive way to share your refund with the whole family: It supports up to 16 users. Read our smart scale roundup.
I've found that the best way to spend your money is on experiences, not possessions. Experiences stimulate the mind and give you lasting memories to reflect on. Things, on the other hand, can wear out, break and disappoint you -- and you tend to stop appreciating them after a while anyway. With that in mind, here are some experiences that even your accountant might agree are a solid use of your tax refund.
Purging your paper stash just means getting rid of paper that you know you will never use for anything else. For example, I don't have pets, so there is no reason for me to have any pet paper. If you haven't used it, it's time to part ways with it. It means that your craft life will be less cluttered.
Next on my agenda was to sort out a box of scraps. As any papercrafter knows, we never throw out scraps. But I needed a system to sort those scraps out. So in my desk, I set up a vertical file system for my scraps by color, by season, also have a separate one for stripes, florals, dark and light prints.
Érika García/CNET Invest your refund in self-improvement. The Fitbit Inspire HR is pretty close to the ideal fitness band. It has a five-day battery life, a built-in heart rate monitor and it's waterproof for swimming. Flitbit is really smart about knowing when you're exercising and automatically tracking your workouts. And it can even display notifications from your smartphone. Read more about the Fitbit Inspire HR.
Meater is a $70 temperature probe that works with Bluetooth to alert you via a companion app on your phone when your food reaches a set internal temperature. Weber's iGrill technology is available on several grill models and includes a built-in Bluetooth meat probe for monitoring temps through the iGrill app. You can also buy the iGrill temperature probes individually, starting at just $50.
Getting your steak to the perfect temperature takes precision, and having a connected thermometer will help you keep a close eye on your cooking, so you can manage multiple dishes at once.
Whirlpool's innovation segment WLabs showed off a similar oven at CES 2019, and we've seen a meal-kit centric model called Tovala. Amazon even launched its own Amazon Smart Oven. Not surprising, since Amazon acquired Whole Foods in 2017, and recently announced plans to open new stores. Countertop cooking isn't going away anytime soon, and it's getting smarter all the time.