We all know that it takes a range of tools to be effective in the kitchen. After all, we wouldn’t be in this business if that wasn’t true! But you don’t always find yourself cooking in your ‘home’ kitchen … and sometimes even that ‘home’ kitchen can be small and short of storage space. We’ve cooked in a lot of places where space limitations have limited the availability of tools … I’m recalling the “kitchens” in small apartments, campers, horse trailers, and especially on boats,
Ethical travel and community based ecotourism projects around the world
We all love to travel right? But I often worry about the cost. Not the financial expense, but to the culture, community and environment that I’m visiting. You want to help, but how? By supporting ethical travel, social enterprise and community based eco tourism.
Norman Rockwell painting of Ruby Bridges, known as the first African-American child to attend an all-white elementary school in the South (1960). Escorted by US Marshals, she was jeered, threatened and had things thrown at her. Ruby was only 6 years old.
We All Shine On // Typographic Print, Moon and Stars, Midnight Blue Night Sky, Digital Print, Outer Space, Playroom, Nursery Art, Dorm Decor
Embroidered Circle Skirt (a sewing tutorial for Bernina’s ‘We All Sew’), Could this be a fun and casual 'Big Girl' skirt? maybe made from a t-shirt?
5 Prepping Mistakes to Avoid — I found a great article over at prepforshtf.com that goes over 5 prepping mistakes to avoid. We all make mistakes and I will be the first one to admit I have made many in my prepping journey. By making mistakes you learn from them and become a better prepper!