I have and continue to run around the city looking for toilet paper. We have just a few left and then it's gonna be using our daughter's baby wipes. That's a true statement.

People lost their minds buying up almost everything and I think that was just a week ago. There is nothing in stores or even online. I've really just been hoping to come across some in the store. It's obvious that I've come up short but how much do we need anyway?

Lucky for you I've found a toilet paper calculator. I'm being serious and I'm only jealous I didn't think of it first. There really is a calculator to help decide how much you need and when you will run out. This is a heaven-sent Idaho. Think about it for a few seconds. Here's how I'm planning this out.

Things I have:

  • 1 roll of toilet paper
  • 10 rolls of paper towels
  • 10 packages of baby wipes (I bought the last one at Fred Meyer today)

How do you project the end of the road for all these pieces? Nobody wants to use paper towels but you have to do what use leftover. I found this calculator that totals it up from the number of times you wipe. This calculator is actually quite brilliant. This new tool even tallies it up if you're quarantined.

Good luck with finding these resources because things are likely to get worse than better. That only means people will buy more. Instead of buying them all up try this calculator so you save some for the rest of us 😉