REVIEW: SUN Blocking Mini Travel Umbrella – 3 Months Later – Parasol

I got a SUN Blocking Mini Travel Umbrella ( https://amzn.to/3mkcvIm ) to bring with me during traveling and for daily use when under a hot sun. This mini travel umbrella is roughly 6 inches long packed, and opens to a 34 inch umbrella. Its lightweight and the back has a black opaque coat that blocks the sun!

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Overall, this is a great little travel umbrella has been in my backpack. It keeps me out of the sun during my lunch time walks. Other than wearing a hat to keep the sun from my head and eyes, this umbrella does a great job projecting my arms and shoulders from sun burn. Its also very water repellant. This umbrella is great to have for travel or in the car.

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How To Make: Makeup Brush Organizer Using MUG & STRAWS

I have makeup and art brushes and like them stored vertical for fast access
While they sell makeup tool organizers ( https://amzn.to/2VwUBa5 ). I normally just keep my brushes in a heavy mug.

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In order to to keep makeup brush heads touching each other I have Silicone Makeup Brush Holder and Cosmetic tool Organizer ( https://amzn.to/36xffsV ) it keeps brushes vertical for fast access.

But for my desktop i usually keep my bushes in a large heavy mug. I love my:
I’M Kind Of A Big Deal On Youtube Novelty Cup Printed Tea Coffee Ceramic Mug ( https://amzn.to/3AUzwGN ) I got a few years back.

I usually have cut 2-3 inch black plastic straw segments ( https://amzn.to/3yST64A
) as a suspension to keep my makeup brush set ( https://amzn.to/3yLMkgO ) spaced out during storage., so brushes will no contact.

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REVIEW / HOW TO: Flexible Curtain Tracks – More Privacy & Less Noise!

I just installed some Flexible Curtain Tracks ( https://amzn.to/3yhWvta ) and some blackout curtains ( https://amzn.to/3dFyTak ). Its been great to reduce noise and sound and also provide privacy to store away background stuff, or you can use it to divide a room. In this video I will install and review these new curtain track and curtains.

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Working from home, I need less noise and more privacy when on Zoom and video conference calls as well as when recording narration. This flexible curved curtain track is able to be mounted on the ceiling and can cover up 1/2 the room including background storage and clutter as well as a distracting corner door. It also lowers the sound in the room from outside and from my speaker phone calls.

You will need the following tools and parts:
– Flexible Curtain Tracks ( https://amzn.to/3yhWvta )
– Blackout or other curtains ( https://amzn.to/3dFyTak )
– Power Drill / Screwdriver ( https://amzn.to/3jHsWxb )
– 1/4 drill bit
– Pliers ( https://amzn.to/3hfnboU )
– Hack Saw ( https://amzn.to/3jHuVBH ) OR Tin Snips ( https://amzn.to/36aYqUD )
To trim the track if you need it shorter.

Overall It took about 2-3 hours to put up the track and curtains. The 20 feet of track kit came with all the hardware for the job. The most time was taken bending the metal track to a straight line and marking out the ceiling points.

If I had to do it again, I would have clipped the mounts onto the track the mounted the track directly to the ceiling. Clipping the track to the mounting hardware needs a lot of wrist and arm muscle. By preinstalling the clips, it would require less wrist action.

For 20 feet of track it came with about 48 roller hooks which is okay for 6 panels. You can buy more roller hooks ( https://amzn.to/36abaLf ) for more curtain panels.

Using it for over a week, I get less noise distraction and able to get more work done at my home office.

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