My husband and I have recently gotten pretty serious about getting out of debt. We've recently been paying more attention to those radio commercials that promise to "forgive your credit card debt!" Has anyone ever had any luck with those companies? Do they actually what their over-enthusiastic radio ads say?
Our latest sponsor Pithitude is the outlet that designer and illustrator Tamara Kraft needs for her whimsical and deviant sense of humor. We all get to reap the benefits of this outlet-in-the-form-of-an-Etsy-shop, with super-awesome goods and gifts! Ninja squirrels, cursing ostriches, and coffee fish poop… All these things and more you will see as I introduce you to my new favorite Etsy shop.
It's something unique to computer-goers of the Internet era: It's important, we reasoned, when you're taking to a stranger on the Internet that they know some important things about you in a succinct manner. A/S/L — age, sex, location. What religion we are. What our political leanings are. Our sexual orientation or gender presentation. Our favorite quotations or song lyrics. Things about us that are symbolic of our personalities, our likes and dislikes; our whole self. It's a form of branding, and for years we were proud of it. It happened while I was on Facebook: I noticed that I was the only one going through a labeling crisis.
I have a great love for fun t-shirts. My husband is the same way, but he faces one hell of challenge:
You can make anything really pop by adding beads, or sequins, or BOTH! Know what you want your garment to do, and you can use bead work to make it happen. Here is your sweet and simple tutorial on doing bead work (and being AWESOME).
I made something like cinnamon buns… but with pork instad of cinnamon sugar filling. I know, it sounds weird but it was pretty good! Here is what I used and what I did for this meal.
When I first recognized that my health was progressing into disability, and that I would not be able to ride a camel in Egypt or climb the stairs of Santorini again, I bought a cheap travel trailer off Craigslist and went on a whirlwind tour of six states with my seven kids.