Two DIY projects you’re going to be into.
[Creativity / Inspiration / Life Hacks / DIY]
This is a family-filled issue, folks. This week, my step-mom, Teresa, sent me two DIY craft type projects that I’m super excited about. First up, make your own envelopes using magazine pages. I never have envelopes, but I always have magazines lying around, so I’m particularly jazzed about this one. Secondly, magnets made out of coins from your travels. I tend to save foreign currency thinking I’ll take it with me on my next trip, but typically forget. This is a great way to keep/create a useful momento from a trip.
“At the Northside Festival this year, Dennis Crowley admitted in his session with Jerry Colonna that one of the toughest challenges that he has faced as an entrepreneur was having everyone looking to you, counting on you, investors betting on you—and feeling like you’re supposed to know everything. Sometimes—a lot of times—he said, you have to admit that you don’t know what to do, but that you’re going to find someone smart who knows the answer.”
19 food tips you need to know. From BuzzFeed.
I know, I know, food tips from BuzzFeed? But they are. And they’re good. From frozen grapes to chill wine without watering it down to how to open those pesky pistachios.
This desk will be disappointed if you don’t draw all over it.
Whether you’re a meticulous note-taker or a seemingly random doodler, the “Post-Itable” desk is for you. Only problem? It was created a few years ago as part of a competition. If you’re not up for a DIY project, Miguel Mestre, a Lisbon-based designer, has a similar desk that he created, with prices available upon request.
Source The Atlantic