Hi, everyone! Trying out something a little bit different with Pin Up Fridays- adding some links for interesting reads that I’ve come across that moved me, made me ponder, or wowed me in some way. Let me know what you think!
Trying is always worth it. If you only click only one thing in this post, choose this one.
If we’re friends on twitter, then you might thave seen this awesome article about how they’ve trained African pouch rats to find landmines all over Mozambique and Tanzania, and alert their handlers. It’s all humane, no rats are hurt. And their retirement sounds pretty sweet!
I received an honourable mention in a poetry competition recently. If you are interested, you can read the poem here.
And now for our regularly scheduled Pins!
This easy-peasy garlic and cheese pull-apart bread is going to be your new go-to recipe for when you want to serve bread along with dinner. The best part? You don’t have to bake the bread from scratch- you can buy the loaf, and then customize with the butter, herbs, and cheese and pop it into the oven. Everyone will think you are a culinary genius! Pinterest link is here, the original post is here.
This chocolate peanut butter pudding pie is a perfect summer dessert- a fabulous cool and pudding-y middle and a graham crust. This is the kind of dessert that people remember forever- so you could be that famous person in your family or friend group who makes the amazing chocolate peanut butter pudding pie! Pinterest link is here, and the original post is here.
I love this DIY geometric clay pencil holder! I would love to make one to use on my desk, with pens. Simple, but striking- and shouldn’t all office supplies (or art supplies) be that way? Pinterest link is here, and the original post is here.
I love these five tips on how to create new outfits from the clothes you already have- who doesn’t want a wardrobe makeover, but without spending the cash? This is a great solution, and will have you looking at your clothes in a whole new light. Pinterest link is here, the original post is here.
I love this double side braid tutorial, and even if you have shoulder length hair, it will still work- just tuck the end of the braid underneath. And aren’t braids perfect for summer? Pinterest link is here, and the original post is here.
Have a great weekend, everyone! Our plans involve trying to declutter our place a bit, and figure out how to get Lila’s room better organized, now that she’s moved into her big bed. Anyone else have decluttering on the agenda this weekend?