Did you know that there are 25 categories for the Idiot’s Guide series online? There are numerous posts under those categories too, such as Time Management, Sign Language 101: Basic Signs, Herbology: Muggle Plants in Harry Potter, and How to Get Over a Breakup, just to name a very small few. With these tutorials being offered online, you can very easily create your very own, personalized Idiot’s Guide for yourself or for a friend. If this sounds like something you’d like to do, here’s how to go about it:
First, you’re going to have to do A LOT of scrolling to find all that you want. You might want to make this a task to accomplish over the course of a few days when you have time, or it might be a good activity to do during a rainy day. Don’t read them while you’re scrolling. That’s defeating the purpose. Plus, if you do this, you’re going to need several full rainy days or an entire month’s worth of free time to finally complete your Idiot’s Guide. Save the reading for another day when you information is all gathered.
Next, you’ll want to save all of your guides on to a customized USB flash drive. You can create folders to save the tutorials in much like the categories on the website. This will make finding tutorials much easier than scrolling through a massive list. Make sure you save each tutorial by a name that you will remember. It’s best to just stick with the title if possible. If it’s too long, shorten it just enough that it will fit properly but you’ll still understand what it’s about at a glance.
Then, when you have free time after all of your compiling and saving, you can start reading your personalized Idiot’s Guide. It might be a good idea to work with CF Gear, a custom flash drive company which specializes in preloaded USB drives, prior to the beginning of your endeavor to create a customized flash drive just for your guide. You can choose the flash drive’s shape, size, color, and you can customize it even further by adding your name, your Idiot’s Guide title, etc. on the outside. If you have a logo idea in mind for your guide, you can even have them place it on the flash drive. This will make your Idiot’s Guide flash drive solely yours.
CF Gear also offers a variety of options to carry your flash drive, from cases to lanyards to key rings. You might want to consider purchasing at least a key ring. This will allow you to carry your flash drive anywhere with you. So, if you’re at a coffee shop where you can’t get the internet to work on your computer or you have to pay, you can easily take off your flash drive, plug it in, and get to reading on bettering your life. The same works excellently for airports, too.