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Play Dough

What child doesn’t like an afternoon playing with play dough? And what parent doesn’t enjoy saving a little money? Here’s a sure bet to bring a smile to everyone’s face; make your own play dough! 119 more words

Recipes

Autumnal eating

My apologies. My commitment to daily postings was hindered by working hours and the fact my local library is closed on a Thursday. That’s the downside to free internet, you are at the mercy of those who provide it for you. 324 more words

Domestic

how paypal mobile pay saved my life (free/cheap food hack)

I’ve had a serious love affair with PayPal since summer.

It all happened when my classmate, from the beginner sewing class I was taking at CCSF’s Chinatown Campus over the summer, told me about it. 1,047 more words

Food

I've Got My Lunch Packed Up... My Boots Tied Tight...

I hope I don’t get in a fight…Well in response to the nar nar hail/rainstorm that struck the southern lands of California last night, I opted for some comfortable, warm, and ever so dry threads. 93 more words

The DIY Nursing Camisole (hint: you already may own one!)

Nursing accessible clothing are ridiculously expensive, especially bras which I have found to be twice as expensive as regular bras. I understand that a bit more fabric and clasps are necessary, and the engineering of a well constructed and more importantly, comfortable nursing bra can make all the difference in the world and may be worth the extra money. 553 more words

Preparing for the Holiday Season - Handmade Gift Tags

As wonderful as Christmas is, at times, it can be stressful. Christmas when you are on a budget can be even more taxing! That is when handmade gifts come in useful. 437 more words

Patch

Pilling Cats and African Soft Fur Rats

Throughout the day, I have an assortment of tasks to perform.  Almost all are pet-oriented.  My cat was diagnosed with a heart condition at a young age and if I can get the pills down, it is beneficial for him.   652 more words

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