I love watching cooking reality shows. The last couple of years, I’ve been obsessed with The Great British Baking Show. Every time I watch, I want to make and eat everything the contestants are challenged to do! Today, I took on the first challenge, a swiss roll. It took me about four hours, and it… Continue reading Session 142: Creative Competition Challenge
Since the holiday season is upon us, it’s a good time to think outside our little bubbles and spread some good will. This year, try focusing on anonymous gift giving. Here are a few charities you can look into this month: Toys for tots Sub for Santa Angel Tree Christmas Box International High School Christmas… Continue reading Session 141: Gift Wrapping and Anonymous Gift Giving
Time to catch up on the last ten sessions! Have a great week!
When I’ve started the day off wrong, I need a re-set. Here’s what I do to get my brain off the blahs and onto this super soothing activity: I dump out my collection of yarn onto my bed, and I sort it. I have a lot of yarn, so it takes a while, and if… Continue reading Session 140: Sort a Collection
Today’s session takes very little effort while we recover from what kind of turned into a yoga boot camp instead of a retreat. So sorry if you were new to yoga and felt intimidated by it! Don’t give up! If you’re doing just one routine a day it’s much easier. I’m still learning, and next… Continue reading Session 139: Tiny Drawstring Pouch
Yoga retreats are very popular, but most of us don’t have the time or the funds to fly to a tropical paradise and stay in fancy hotels to do yoga. My goal for our virtual retreat is to feel the benefits of a weekend away without leaving your neighborhood or spending a lot of cash.… Continue reading Session 138: Virtual Yoga Retreat
My first cross stitch project happened by chance. I was in art class my senior year of high school, looking through a box of donated magazines for a project, and came across an old pattern for a Christmas sampler. I tore it out and spent the next several months making it. I can still remember… Continue reading Session 137: Cross Stitch