Find Inspiration All Year Long With This Agriculture Calendar

Agriculture Calendars for National Ag Week
Agriculture Calendars for National Ag Week

How much thought do you put into where your food comes from? Most people just stroll into the grocery store and happily buy a variety of fresh produce all year long without thinking, “How am able to buy raspberries in the middle of the winter?”

This week is National Ag Week, sponsored by the Agriculture Council of America. It became a recognized week in America in 1973.

How can you support America’s agriculture community this week?

  • Shop at your local farmer’s market
  • Make a yummy farm-to-table meal
  • Visit a local farm for a tour
  • Buy inspirational agriculture calendars for your office

Remember, the farming community makes the entire country #FoodForLife!

Agriculture Calendar
Agriculture Calendar

How to Use an Architect Scale Ruler

Let’s jump right into a subject that is close to everyone: Designing a kitchen. The architect scale ruler is a very useful device to plan your new kitchen. It helps you to draw your room and appliances to scale, and to read the measurements later. It will tell you if there is enough room to place a refrigerator in a certain part of your space.

Designing Your Kitchen with an Architect Scale Ruler
Designing Your Kitchen with an Architect Scale Ruler

Now let’s get to the nitty gritty. Which scale should you use on the ruler? Your ruler may have some or all of these scales:

(1/8, ¼), (½, 1), (3/8, 3/4), (3, 1½)

If you use the “1” scale, that would mean that 1 inch on the scale equals one foot in real life. Let’s not use that one, because your 15 foot long kitchen would need a piece of paper at least 15 inches long. Let’s use the 1/4 scale, which means 1/4 inch on the scale (on the paper) represents  one foot in real life. This means that your 8 inch wide paper will represent 32 feet. Your kitchen will fit on that paper now.

From here on, you just measure your room and appliances, and draw them on your paper, to scale.

A quick designer tip: Draw your appliances to scale on colored paper, cut them out, and move them around on your drawing for the best arrangement. Also, do the same with any other cabinets or tables that you already have, and want to use them in your design.

Have fun designing your dream kitchen!

These Diameter Tape Measures Can Help You Be a Pi Wizard Today

Diameter Tape Measures for #PiDay
Diameter Tape Measures for #PiDay

Even if you’re not a mathematician, I think it’s safe to say that most people know the symbol .

But do you remember what it actually represents? Here’s a quick math lesson: It’s the ratio of a circle’s circumference (the distance around the circle) to its diameter (edge to edge, measuring through the center). Today is March 14th (3.14),  but most math nerds like to celebrate it as #PiDay!

Did you also know..

  •  is constant for any circle, any size
  • Continues to infinity
  • In 1706 William Shaw, a Welsh mathematician, introduced the  symbol.
  • In 2010 a Japanese engineer and an American computer scientist broke the record for most digits calculated past the decimal: 5 trillion!
  • If you need to calculate the diameter of a tree trunk, pipe, or anything cylindrical, you will need a diameter tape measure. Just use it to measure the circumference, and it will calculate the diameter for you!
Lufkin Diameter Tape Measure
Lufkin Diameter Tape Measure
Lufkin OD Tape Measure
Lufkin OD Tape Measure

The Necessary Thermos Items To Make Packing Your Lunch a Breeze

Thermos items and travel tumblers for #PackYourLunchDay
Thermos items and travel tumblers for #PackYourLunchDay

Let’s take a survey…

How many days a week do you get takeout for lunch?


How often do you pack your lunch?

Getting takeout is definitely the easier option- no meal prep or planning required, no dishes to do later, and more choices. But it is more expensive, and can definitely tempt you to eat foods that you should probably avoid.

Today is #PackYourLunchDay, a day where you can take the first step towards packing your lunch on a more regular basis, and becoming more mindful about what you eat. Once you start prepping your own meals, it is so easy to eat healthier.

Some easy things to pack beyond the boring ol’ sandwich:

  • Hardboiled eggs
  • Endless types of salads- pack them full of protein!
  • Rice/grain bowls- add protein and veggies
  • Soups & stews

Here are the necessary Thermos items to help pack your yummy lunch:

For Your Food- keeps it hot for up to 9 hrs or cold up to 14 hrs & comes with a built-in spoon!

Thermos 16oz Stainless King Food Jar
Thermos 16oz Stainless King Food Jar

For Your Water-

Personalized Thermos Water Bottles
Thunder Sports Water Bottle

For your post-lunch caffeine break- stays hot for 9 hours-

Thermos 16oz Sipp Travel Tumbler
Thermos 16oz Sipp Travel Tumbler