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I would like to offer my support to this community.
I've spent 60 years trying to do things more easily, cheaply and quickly than expected. I've been impressed by some of the answers to questions on this site, long may that continue.
While I have been a member of the Lifehacks site for four years, I have been a user of the wider StackExchange community for six years. I believe StackExchange has no parallel as a means of exchanging information. I would be happy to help steer the Lifehacks site to successful graduation within this great framework.
The Lifehacks site runs pretty well, there isn't much that I would suggest changing. I would just assist the existing moderators in weeding out the mind-hack questions - and I'm not too old to keep on learning new tricks.
Hi! You've probably seen me around here, answering questions and making edits to improve others' questions & answers. I've never been a moderator before, but I'm helpful, I'm friendly, I'm fair, I love dreaming up lifehacks, and I love our Lifehacks community here.
Our moderators are doing a great job. I'm just here to help them by taking on some of the moderation duties myself.
Thanks to all the other candidates who've volunteered to help too!