I offered up some ideas for staycation themes and activities in our launch post, but since I’m really devoted to helping you live your dreams, I thought I’d follow it up with some concrete steps to make them happen. Like DIY projects! And pretty pictures!
Put one or two in your bath and watch them fizz away. As you’re steeping, take some time to reflect on your life and feel good about all the decisions you’ve made that have gotten you to this point.
Put a hammock above your bed! Build the ultimate blanket fort! Annex your fridge! Dream big, and bring lots of pillows.
Sometimes you want a chocolate cake to hit you in the face like a moist, fragrant, delicious brick. With sprinkles.
Here’s some inspiration for how to chomp down on lettuce, cabbage, herbs, and a lot of the amazing shit Mother Earth gave you ’cause she loves you.
Make your next potluck contribution the belle (bowl?) of the ball.
Nobody does breakfast like Bob Evans.
This year on New Year’s day, I’m going to call my mom and my closest friends to exchange New Year’s greetings, give oranges and red envelopes to my friends’ kids and have a tiny but extravagant banquet with my friends in town.
Warning: There will be crumbs.
You’ve never seen so many heart shaped foods in your whole entire life.
WARNING: There’s a f*ckton of hearts in here.
You know it’s only a matter of time until we get a storm that’s, you know, as big a deal as predicted (sorry not sorry Juno). Here are three ways to dress up those stretchy pairs of gloves you can find at Target for $1.
Whether sauced, fried, floating in soup, mixed with vegetables and proteins or delightfully minimalist, they’re never unwelcome.
C’mon step it up from the predictable chips and dip!
We convinced her to share her top secret tips for cooking perfect scrambled eggs!
Want to learn some home repair skills from YouTube handywomen? Yeah you do. Let’s watch together!
“Optional: grab a chive and tie it around its tiny penguin neck like a wee scarf.”
Also good for people with cold sores, upset stomachs, or an interest in what I ate last year.
This project mixes a science, art, and a whole lot of oil to make twelve bubbly bars of soap.