Rinehardt Law - February 2022

Inspiration Corner PENTTI MAKI Remove products from packaging. Individually wrapped products make packing lunches easy, but they can be a hassle to store in the fridge when kept inside bulky boxes. Instead, line up your yogurts, string cheese, hummus, juice boxes, sodas, and other individually wrapped products along the shelves of your fridge or in refrigerator bins. This will eliminate the clutter of the packaging from your fridge and provide more space. Store produce properly. There are a lot of myths surrounding what you should or shouldn’t do to properly store your produce, but there are a few basics you can abide by. For starters, store your fruits and vegetables separately. Fruits emit a gas that can cause vegetables to spoil faster. Furthermore, store these products near the front of your fridge or in a place where you will regularly notice them. This will encourage you to use the products faster — and prevent you from forgetting about them. To Bring Peace to Your Kitchen 3 FRIDGE HACKS We all have our favorite ways to organize, but there may be one thing you’re organizing completely incorrectly: your refrigerator. It’s not just about aesthetics! A properly organized fridge can prevent food from spoiling, help you find items faster, and allow you to store more. Try these tips for fridge success.

Pro Tip: For a more eco-friendly option, stop buying individually packaged items! Opt for bulk or larger products instead and measure out serving sizes into small glass or reusable containers. Arrange these like you would the other products! Invest in refrigerator bins. Storage bins for your fridge are all the rage right now, and there might be a reason for that. Refrigerator bins are clear and rigid in shape, which means items store and organize easier in your fridge. You can fill one with yogurt, another with eggs, and a third with fruit without worrying how the shapes of these products will fit into your fridge space. This allows you to have more control over your refrigerator.

If you want to get more out of your fridge, check out the manual! It will include proper ways to utilize your refrigerator storage and settings.

We have been working with a company called Filevine to update our case management software. Filevine is an innovative leader in the field of legal software, and they are constantly improving and coming up with new and better ways to do things with cutting-edge technology. We have created a completely customized template that will allow us to manage cases for our clients with even greater efficiency and expediency, while keeping all data secure and confidential. Now that the template is created, it’s time to migrate data from our old system into the new system. The data must know where to go so pathways need to be created, which is a time-consuming process. Filevine has a team of code writers and we hope to “go live” in late spring. New Case Management Software Coming in 2022

We are inspired by our former client and forever friend Pentti Maki for his kindness, faith, and service to the community. Recently retired, Pentti served as pastor of the Holy Trinity Lutheran Church for 17 years. Over the years, Pentti has helped and inspired many members of our community to find faith

and comfort through spirituality in times of need. As pastor, Pentti has supported many Christian ministries that serve the congregation and the community. Many of us are familiar with the farmers market hosted at the church on Lexington and Cook Road since 2011. One of Pentti’s favorite Scripture passages: “Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge him and he will make your paths straight.” –Proverbs 3:5–6

We are excited about the new technology and hope it will free up more time for things that really matter like communicating with, and getting to know, our clients!

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