If you’ve got a non-December birthday, then listen up — you’ve got it made! Your birthday is not eclipsed by holiday cheer, capitalism, Santa and Jesus. So why don’t you help make our neglected birthday special?
You could spend your afternoon making an advent calendar on this very first day of December!
Mark my words: Donald Trump will talk a great game about our “amazing bravery” as he gets to work stealing our healthcare. The man knows how to throw out a red herring, and we all need to be ready for this one.
It’s important to see people who deserve to be celebrated — especially queer people and POC — using selfies to celebrate another day for themselves. We want to see your face out there, so we’ve put together some advice to help you be your best self(ie).
It’s not just about making your home space spiffy, it’s about doing things that are going to make you feel good on the inside after winter has beaten you into a sad, unmotivated pulp.
Figuring out how to use digital spaces is as powerful as living your best queer life, with certainty.
If you want to be Top Chef of your kitchen, you’re going to need a good knife, and the knife skills to go with it. You’ll be whipping up finely-chopped feasts in no time.
“Please don’t use that cute selfie from your road trip, a photo from Pride where you think you look hard, or that funny photo you took one time. Grandma won’t put that on her fridge. “
To make this rustic charger and coasters set, use jute cord and basic knitting skills.
Hello spooky babes, resident alien Tayler Smith here to bring you an affordable look for Halloween that’ll have you lookin’ outta this world.
“I mean, not to brag, but I’ve probably cried more tears in the past year than some people manage to eke out in their entire lives.”
In which I write you a poem about how great shelves are, and then I teach you how to build one in three straightforward steps.
If you’ve been struggling to figure out where to keep all your caps, let this DIY baseball cap storage solution help you out.
When minimalist style and an easy DIY cross paths, you’ve gotta pay attention. This dip-dyed yarn wall hanging only requires a few items and about 15 minutes of hands-on work, but it makes a big impact.
Long-time eater, first-time griller? Here are some grilling basics to help you find your feet in front of the fire.
These wallflowers are little rays of sunshine for any space.
Got a black and white photo you just loooove and some embroidery floss in your craft stash? Stitching a design on an engineer print is a very affordable gift idea, or a way to take DIY decor to the next level.
Everything you’ll need to find a table on craigslist and refinish it so it looks even better than the day it was made.
Here’s how to make your own set of nice wooden ones, for yourself or as a gift.
Make this super simple candle and forget about the pests!