What questions do you have about cooking or buying or preparing or hosting or going to Thanksgiving or how to set a table, or serve or wear? Ask away, because that’s what I’ll be answering over the next few weeks.
During the course of all my temping, I began to notice something peculiar and alarming. As the warm weather turned cooler, and cold and flu season got into full swing, people around me were coming into work sick.
I realize there are plenty of times that you’d be more than happy to go to the salon and leave the work to somebody else, but it requires more bank than you have to spend. There are ways to meet in the middle.
David is a bit apprehensive (read: terrified) about projects that involve color and design. Science is his realm, and for a long time, the concept of color theory was about as legitimate to him as unicorns and leprechauns.
A cornice is another one of those things that seems FOR REAL boring. When things are boring, it’s hard to spend money on them, like laundry detergent or floss. But you have to because dirty clothes and rotten teeth.