I have NEVER before been a fan of having a TV in a bedroom. However, my stance on this has thus changed, since becoming a sole parent in TV screen competition with a teen son threatening to remove my recent Netflix series addiction… I never even use to watch TV! Shame on me for firing it up […]
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Yesterday, I offered the thesis that if you’re only going to learn to tie one knot, it should be the bowline: it’s simple, can be easily untied, and is incredibly versatile for all sorts of situations.
And all that is true. But, it’s not the “knot” I employ most often. Because the reality is, most of us don’t handle rope on a daily basis. We do, however, in the age of smartphones and podcasts and the entire history of recorded music available at your fingertips, engage with another long, stringy thing that needs to be dealt with on the regular: your headphones.
Or ear buds. Or ear phones. Or whatever you call those wired transducers that deliver all that sweet, sweet audio to your brain. And because you take them with your everywhere, they regularly get knotted and tangled up in your pocket or bag.
This is completely unnecessary. Because there’s a five-second “knot” that can completely eliminate this problem, and it doesn’t take any longer than other storage methods. So, now, I present to you, the actual most useful knot in the world. … Continue reading on ManMadeDIY.comContinue Reading →
Welcome to Feathered Nest Friday!It is hard to believe it is already the middle of August!There is already a hint of a chill in the air and summer is zooming on by.Here is what I shared this week:5 minute decorating- berries and blooms bouquetCLICK HER…Continue Reading →
When I first started my decorative and painting business, buying a paint sprayer was a no-brainer. My pieces would have a smoother, more professional finish, and I could crank out pieces much faster than painting by hand. I did a ton of research and ended up buying a Graco HVLP FinishPro. (HVLP stands for high volume low pressure.) I used … Read MoreContinue Reading →
Here’s the kind peer-reviewed scientific study and journal article that we can all get behind: how to make your whiskey taste better. This year, scholars Björn C. G. Karlsson & Ran Friedman took a look at the molecular makeup of whiksey, and specifically, how dilution with water affects the presence of flavorful compounds that make the sipping experience even more enjoyable. … Continue reading on ManMadeDIY.comContinue Reading →
Friends, I’d like you to meet Sara and Pam of Biscuits and Burlap. I’m thrilled to introduce them today —they are fellow near-Atlantans and we have collaborated in the past. But today’s post is because they are also going to be my first recipe contributors to the UDH! I first met Sara and Pam when […]Continue Reading →
I love a good bargain – don’t we all? Ever since farmhouse style decor has kind of exploded and everyone wants it, the prices seem to go up, up, up! It gets harder and harder to find great deals on beautiful things. I get a lot of questions about where I buy things, and often […]
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