Keep your desk clutter to a minimum.
From Product Packaging and Styling
California Grown, Organic Snap Peas
From The Nest, Our Home
Vintage locks and keys bought for a long forgotten project
From DIY Projects
Text clippings from magazines organized by Serif, San Serif, and Script
Stockpiled Mulberry, Unryu, Kozo, and Mango fiber and inclusions paper for crafting
Vintage Petticoats and Pantaloons Saved for an Upcycling Sewing Project
Sorting through Magazine Clippings to Make a Collage
52 Weeks of Remarkable Collages
Don't compost your sprouted organic potatoes. Plant them!
Plant with the eyes or sprouts facing skywards.
Two weeks of growth. Cover with soil until plants are six inches tall.
Two weeks of plant growth. Continue covering with soil until plants are six inches tall.
Prepare your soil. You'll want 8" below each piece and enough vertical space to cover with 4 to 6" of soil.
Grow your own organic potatoes and onions from your kitchen scraps.
Cover potatoes with 2 inches of soil. As plants grow continue adding more soil to cover until the plants are 6" tall.
Cut potato into 1" pieces with one to two eyes.
Ingredients for Apple Banana Yogurt Smoothie
From Recipes from My Kitchen
Apples and Bananas
Got ripe bananas? Grab some dry-farmed apples and whip up a smoothie!
Take advantage of apple season and make a fresh fruit smoothie.
Apple Strawberry Yogurt Smoothie
You won't find twenty minutes for yourself if you don't take them. Schedule twenty minutes daily.
From The Station, Our Home
Sometimes you just need a do over. Before you grant yourself one, be sure your priorities are the same.
Don't waste your 20 minutes. Be sure you're doing what you need to do for you.
When you're spiraling out of control. Stop. Grab a timer. And take 20 minutes for yourself. Grant yourself a do over.
When you're single it's easy to waste twenty minutes. When you have kids, twenty minutes of uninterrupted time is a luxury.
Imagining the Possibilities of Fabric and Leather Threading
Top Layered Bread with Remaining Third of Melted Earth Balance, Maple Sugar, Cinnamon, and Nutmeg
Melt Earth Balance Before Slicing Bread.
Layer Bread Strips, Coating Each with Earth Balance, Maple Sugar, Cinnamon, and Nutmeg Mixture
Ingredients for Overnight, Gluten-Free, Diary-Free French Toast Casserole
If a little dry for your liking, top with melted Earth Balance in addition to Maple Syrup.
For a weekday breakfast treat, make ahead on the weekend and store as individual portions in the fridge for easy reheating during the week.
Serve Warm and Drizzle with Maple Syrup to Serve