I'm kind of all kinds of love with Manhattan Project Design Shop's lighting collection. My buddy was looking for hanging lamps for his kitchen and dining area. He stumbled upon these, shared them with me, and I had to share them with you.
I present to you my tutorial for making giant d10 (because the giant d20 didn't work out so well — the pattern is far more complicated and didn't really work with the thick cardboard). If you have questions, feel free to ask 'em in the comments.
I've been with my hunk of a husband for 8½ years. I'm often asked how we keep it fun and lively. How do we always seem to be happier than a turtle on a skateboard? I could respond with the bland, basic answer of being a good listener, going on dates, and sharing life goals. And if you look up "how to keep a marriage fresh," those are usually the kinds of answers you'll find. That stuff works, but I like a more creative approach. Here are the three unconventional ways I keep my relationship fresh and fun…
I LOVE pickles. Love them. I love them so much that I have been on a mission for years to find a great pickle recipe that did not include canning. Then I found this crazy easy refrigerator pickle recipe, and all I could do was thank the pickle gods for finally smiling down on me.
If you live in the United States you know that three digit, potentially terrifying phone number. Indeed, I'm talking about the 9-1-1. We all know it, and we all hope we'll never have to be the ones to dial it. As a 911 call-taker and dispatcher, I love my job even though it's sometimes stressful, scary, or overwhelming.
Have you ever played that game where you guess what's in strangers' bags while you're commuting?
I didn't start learning to cook until I was 27. I may have a lazy streak, and cooking just seemed like a pain in the ass. But last night I was eating a super nom-y dinner that took four minutes to make, and it inspired me to share all of my favorite food makin' tricks…
My husband and I have no relationship with the people in the apartment next to mine, other than smiling at each other on the elevator, and so we're at a bit of a loss about how to approach them about their dog's barking. As far as we've been told, our building doesn't allow dogs. How can we bring it up without creating a negative relationship right from the get-go?