Wednesday, January 7, 2009


In the course of a persons life, there are certain household items that are used everyday, but they are taken for granted. Cutlery is one of those things.

When evaluating an item, there are only two things to consider, form and function. If your cutlery performs the proper function, chances are you don’t think about it too much. If the spoon carries the soup to your mouth, what does it matter?

I’ll tell you why it matters. Because it’s the little things in life that go unnoticed, things like cutlery and silverware, that make life just a little bit more enjoyable. Has your cutlery lost it’s shine? Do you have pieces of the set missing? Do you remember how your cutlery looked when it was new, and you took it out of the box and used it for the first time?

Shine new cutlery gives one a feeling of satisfaction and order that extends from the dinner table to other aspects of life. Consider this, when you go to a restaurant, a waiter or waitress will come over to your table and asks “May I take your order?”

(Disclosure: This has been a paid post for which I will be compensated.)

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