This is the third installment in a series on the turgid and titillating subject of Home Management – how we’re all doing it (wretchedly or expertly) and why it should ring your bell as much as it does mine. Continue reading
This is the second installment in a series on the hot and heavy subject of Home Management – how we’re all doing it (poorly or prolifically) and why it should butter your biscuit as much as it does mine. For Part 1, click here.
What is this thing you speak of, “Home Management”?
I’ve been throwing around this term “Home Management” quite a bit (and putting quotes around it, or capitalizing it, or not, completely at random. Sorry). But I haven’t quite defined exactly what home management is. I think of home management as: Continue reading
Sexy, as in provocative. Maybe. Or like, controversial. Because you really don’t want to deal with it, but you for sure should. The right word here is “important,” okay? But “sexy” is just better. I don’t really know how to broach this subject, because it’s just beyond Home Ec-y. Just don’t Google “Home Management.” It’s not something you want to actually invest time or effort, or God forbid, emotions into. I’ll invest the emotions for you.
Aaaaand, we’re back! This month you’ve heard radio silence from me. I’ve been on a bit of a break* for a variety of reasons. Let’s pretend you were super curious about why. Here it is, in charming countdown format:
Our sewing workshop was fantastic. For reals. We had an amazing group of ladies possessing a range of experience in the ol’ backyard studio. There was wine, there was cheese, it rained like a proper bastard. It was every shade of awesome. Continue reading
I’ve had a number of people confess to me (because I think I’m just a person people confess things to…) that Continue reading
Guess what we made last Thursday? Soap. From scratch. Like Fight Club, only way less intense. Continue reading
This here is my backyard studio. We’ll be holding our first workshop in it this Thursday, January 22nd. This studio is the reason I bought (and overpaid for) this house. I’m going to be honest… Continue reading