It’s Saturday and that means a new video is up on Leo & Lev’s YouTube channel!
Budgeting and cutting household costs has been at the forefront my mind for quite some time now. Saving more money around the house means more money to use to pay off school debt, which is now our number one priority in life (something I never thought I’d say if you’d had asked me as a teenager). At any rate, I’d become particularly frustrated with the cost of laundry detergents and decided to find a recipe online to make my own.
I shared my fall capsule wardrobe a few weeks ago, and wanted to give a little update as to how it was going. I’ve never dealt with a wardrobe this small and I’m literally wearing the same few items, so I thought talking about my experience would be helpful for others considering trying such a small wardrobe on for size (pun intended), as well as for my own learning experience.
If you bought yourself a sound card for better audio and are not getting what you expected you may be the victim of poor defaults from the driver installation. I own a SoundBlaster Audigy SE and found that for a few years now the Creative Audio Control Panel has some strange settings by default leaving you clueless as to why only some of your speakers work and why it’s all echo’y.
It’s Saturday and that means a new Leo & Lev video!
I recently purchased some new fans for in my home server and PC. Did you know there is more than one kind of fan? I explain this as I unbox my new Corsair AF120’s with Purple LEDs.
I’m constantly looking for ways to make our bedroom more soft and relaxing. Our metal canopy bed is very demanding of the space and I try my best to down-play it in subtle and clean ways.
When setting up a VM in VirtualBox one the first things you should do is install the guest additions. This post will show you exactly how to do that using an Xubuntu VM.
It’s Saturday, which means we’ve got a new video up on Leo & Lev’s YouTube channel!
Well guys, our time with Japan Crate has come full circle; it’s been one full year of videos, one year of reviews, and one year of blindly tasting Japanese snacks. It’s been so much fun!