It's such a thrill when something that seemed old and ruined turns out to be useful! Here's an example that's really working for me: Back in 2005, when I was an assistant Brownie leader, the head leader got fed up with the amount of troop supplies she had to bring to and from every meeting--troop … Continue reading A Reused Bin for Recycling
A note to non-Christian readers: Please don't think this article is not for you! The benefits of a free trial period for a lifestyle change can be yours, too, even without the religious significance. You can fast along with us for these 40 days, or choose a different time period. UPDATE: In 2020, Lent is … Continue reading 40-Day Free Trial!
UPDATE: "Ka" now has its own page, including a walkthrough that will help you if you need hints. I recently played the interactive fiction (text adventure) game written by my partner Daniel for the 7th Casual Gameplay Design Competition. It's called "Ka". It's fun, and it's doing well in the contest. Check it out! In … Continue reading Have an Adventure in the Afterlife: Play Ka!
Cheese and onions are the two foods I've had the most trouble storing in the refrigerator, after opening, without hosting a mold colony. I've tried various tips for safe storage and finally come across methods that work for me. They have one thing in common: glass jars, which are overall my favorite way of storing … Continue reading Storing Cheese and Onions