I'm a huge huge huge Olympics fan and have long wanted to see the Olympics live. When a college friend living in London said she'd be interested in visitors, well, I decided to make things happen! Other than getting tickets for shooting and canoeing (because they were cheap), I arrived with an open schedule and just kinda winged it.
Craft brewing is awesome. You know what we DON'T love? The mess! Brewing at home takes up a ton of space, and between the equipment, utensils, and ingredients, it can start to take over your whole house! Here's how we organized our home brew equipment to make everything easy to see and easy to take with us!
This is a story about the intrinsic value of material objects. Sometimes when I discuss my hobby with others, they comment that it would "weird them out" to have other people's old stuff, but it's never bothered me. I find something satisfying in knowing that my things arrived on this Earth long before I, and will likely remain long after, too. Here's how I got into collecting vintage furniture…
These Guacamole Tacos are so simple, delicious, vegan, and full of rich, velvety avocado and sweet corn that I just had to share with all the Offbeat Homies! Plus they can be made with just five ingredients — or you can top them with as many things as you'd like!
It crossed my mind, a few weeks after Loki died, that I could march down to the SPCA and stroll back home with a new love. My former psychologist wasn't going to find out and frantically call me to suggest a meeting, and Loki was not going to appear, as if I am Macbeth, and go all Banquo's ghost on me. But was I ready for that?
When my boyfriend has to travel unexpectedly, he doesn't always have the luxury of stopping to buy a toothbrush and a change of clothes — and who wants to own six toothbrushes anyway? I hated the thought of him sitting in a hotel room with none of the comforts of home, so I created his emergency away-from-home kit! Here are some tips to prepare yourself or your other half for unexpected trips.
I'm breaking up with my partner of four years (cohabiting for two) and we're moving into separate spaces. How do I make the breaking up and moving out process as (relatively) painless and respectful as possible? Is there even a way?