Do 1 Thing, Which if You’re Me Probably Has Something to Do With Taxes

It's Do 1 Thing time! Today, my one thing is to email my CPA (again) with a list of all my tax deductions

One Shall Be the Thing Thou Shalt Do, and the Number of the Thing Shall Be One

Today my Do 1 Thing is the same as it was last week; I need to talk to my CPA again.

Do That 1 Thing You Forgot To Do

Thursday is a great day to do that 1 thing you don’t want to do but also don’t want to continue thinking about doing.

Ester Bloom: oh [profanity] it’s thurs. we didn’t Do 1 Thing did we Mike Dang: Can you do one? Maybe it could just be like, estimated taxes were due today Ester Bloom: [more profanity]! were they? EVERYTHING IS TERRIBLE

Well, I know what my do 1 thing is, either for today or first thing tomorrow. How about you?

Stupid Smarch Weather Do 1 Thing

I am very, very excited to escape the slushy drabness of East Coast Smarch, and to meet my two-month-old nephew for the first time, and to cheer on my friend K as she gets married in the dress I helped her pick out.

ONE! Thing We Do on Thursdays, Every Little Step We Take

I've been talking about my Do 1 Thing all week, so I know exactly what I'm going to do this afternoon: email my CPA.

Da Do 1, 1 Thing, Da Do 1 Thing

Today I want to do most of the things on my list, but the thing I don't want to do is buy plane tickets.

ONE! One Thing We Do! Ah, Ah, Ah…

It's Thursday, which means it is time to Do 1 Thing, ah, ah, ah!

We Never Did 1 Thing! So Here’s 1 Thing We All Can Do

We keep skipping 1 thing, now that we’re on our new publishing schedule. Our apologies. Here’s 1 thing we can suggest you do instead, a simple potentially money saving thing! As recommended by the Washington Post:

If your home has a smart meter, here’s an experiment: Log in to your power company’s Web site, and see how much electricity you use during the hour from 3 to 4 a.m. daily.

You were asleep (we hope), and surely nothing major was running. Maybe the heat (but it’s best to set the thermostat down at night). And the fridge — but if it’s a newer one, it’s probably very energy efficient.

And yet nonetheless, you’ll likely find a significant amount of power being gobbled up. “You can start spotting a time, depending on the home, where you can just see the minimum power consumption, and it’s really surprising how much gets consumed during that period,” says Alan Meier, an expert on energy technologies at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, who recommends the 3 a.m. strategy.

I’ll recommend anything if you call it “the 3 a.m. strategy.” That’s just good marketing. 

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A Hannukah Do-1-Thing