Curled corners

Greetings and Salutations!

The other day, I almost tripped over a corner of an area rug that lies, sneakily, in my living room.  I should provide some back story.  A few years ago, I asked a friend of mine to tile my house and he did a great job.  I put down some area rugs in all the rooms to keep my feet from getting cold.  🙂 Well, this sneaky little rug is the only one that gives me any trouble.  I should say one sneaky corner of this sneaky little rug gives me trouble.  The others just lie there, waiting, patiently, for the right time to attack.

Anyway, as I continue to read Side Hustle: From Idea to Income in 27 Days, I keep thinking of business ideas and when I tripped over this corner of the area rug, I thought, hey the world needs something to trap these corners down.  So I started researching and found a lot of people already created something to keep these sly little corners in their place.  I took a look around and decided to buy NeverCurl’s Best “V” Shape Design to Instantly Stops Rug Corner Curling. Safe for wood floors. For Indoor & Outdoor Rugs. Not an anti-slip pad. Made USA. Patent Pending.  I installed one of them on the trouble corner yesterday evening and so far it is working out just fine.  I am a little worried about how high it seems to sit above the floor but so far, I haven’t tripped over it; so it appears my problem is solved. Yeah Team!

So, if you’re looking for something to keep those sneaky rug corners in check, the NeverCurl’s Best “V” Shape Design to Instantly Stops Rug Corner Curling. Safe for wood floors. For Indoor & Outdoor Rugs. Not an anti-slip pad. Made USA. Patent Pending gets the job done.

I don’t think I will try and build a better rug corner keeper-in-checker though; so as far as side hustles are concerned, it’s back to ye olde drawing board.

Until next time, happy trails!

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