How to Make a DIY Rotary Clothesline

High on my laundry list of things to do has been, well, laundry. We've been going to the laundromat weekly, which has been a) time consuming and b) expensive, costing us from $60-$80 per month, depending on how many turtle-catching pond adventures Giovanni's pants have been on that week. I've been working on getting our … Continue reading How to Make a DIY Rotary Clothesline

How Consumerism Deprives Us of Creativity

Before all this, I used to buy shoes like they were going out of style. Um, yeah. You know what I mean. I bought into that silly concept that you can never have too many shoes. Now that we're in the process of shifting from being consumers to creators, I've reduced my shoe collection to … Continue reading How Consumerism Deprives Us of Creativity

What to Do with a Spare Sock and a Spare Afternoon

What do I love about these little guys? Not that they're zero-waste and made with recycled materials. Not that I didn't have to buy a single thing to make 'em, thanks to odds and ends from my craft drawer and dryer. Not that I found something useful to do with a couple of mismatched lone … Continue reading What to Do with a Spare Sock and a Spare Afternoon