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1. The Sushi Rice Cube
The Sushi Rice Cube
For Christmas we received 'The rice cube' which is pretty much what it says on the tin... It cubes rice! We love to make sushi (albeit vegetarian sushi for Katie) but always tend to make a big mess and get rice everywhere when trying to roll it! The rice cube is a super way to make sushi really q...
Food & Cooking - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 19:32:16
2. The eggocado
The eggocado
This is our latest recipe experiment from the 4 hour chef ... and it's brilliant! It's both quick to make and delicious , plus it's good for you. This is an excellent weekend breakfast and a great beginner recipe as it uses all of two ingredients. It's also a good base to add your favourite topp...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 07:43:38
3. Scrambled eggs with coconut milk: great for breakfast, dinner or lunch
Scrambled eggs with coconut milk: great for breakfast, dinner or lunch
Another two ingredient recipe. I'll be honest with you here, the discovery of this recipe was a complete accident. I was reading the 4 hour chef, in this cookbook it gives recommendations of what drinks to serve with the meal, what music to play etc.I was reading a scrambled egg recipe rather qui...
Food & Cooking - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 19:34:43
4. Art ideas for kids: melted wax crayons canvas
Art ideas for kids: melted wax crayons canvas
Have you got a drawer full of old crayons that no one uses anymore? Well go grab a canvas and hairdryer and get reading! Crayon canvases make great decorative pieces for kids bedrooms and they'll love the fact that they helped to make it, the design below...
Arts & Design - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 23:54:18
5. How to cook eggy in the basket
How to cook eggy in the basket
Eggy in the basket is becoming somewhat of a traditional weekend breakfast for us, all after watching 'V for vendetta'. Who knew a fawkesian masked protagonist could have such good taste in food? This meal takes all of 10 minutes to prepare and tastes great. Image credit: Thefoodsection.com
Food & Cooking - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 19:36:12
6. 'Don't starve' survival game
'Don't starve' survival game
Don't Starve is a game currently in beta testing on Steam, and the title is pretty much your objective and tutorial. It's a survival simulation game with epic artwork and a great sense of humor, I'll be updating the lens as I go. There are videos and wiki's on it but I am avoiding them to learn a...
Video Games - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 19:36:12
7. 100 ideas for a Squidoo lens
100 ideas for a Squidoo lens
Thinking of a subject to write a lens on can be hard, sometimes it can be half the battle. So I've wrote a list of subjects and ideas to get you started, if you have any of your own ideas please comment in the guestbook, I'd love to start a list of reader's ideas. Anyways, I hope it helps, enjoy ...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 19:32:30
8. Learning outside the classroom
Learning outside the classroom
Today, as part of my university course, I went on a field trip! We went to a tiny hamlet called Newton (Northamptonshire, UK) to visit the field study centre and learn how this can be used to teach children. The study centre is a converted church which dates back to the 13th Century and this and ...
Education - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 19:41:17
9. Surviving teacher training
Surviving teacher training
So you've decided you want to become a teacher! Wonderful! I found it hard to start teaching and figured something like this would have helped me millions, so here it is for everyone else! I'm currently a second year student at university training to become a primary school teacher. Breaking int...
Education - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 19:34:54
10. Memrise: Hacking learning
Memrise: Hacking learning
Memrise is a website I came across whilst reading the 4 hour chef (www.squidoo.com/tim-ferriss-the-four-hour-chef-review) , what interested me the most was this guy's ability to memorize a shuffled pack of cards ... in 43 seconds. After looking at the site I found so much more, particularly in la...
Education - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 19:34:40
11. Snow photography tips
Snow photography tips
Once again, it is snowing here in England. I think snow is beautiful and it offers a great opportunity for some fantastic photography. Last year, I only had my small lens but this year I have my macro, and both times I have taken some fantastic photographs that I am really proud of. We went for a...
Arts & Design - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 19:34:52
12. Car boot sale tricks & tips
Car boot sale tricks & tips
Whether you want to sell to make extra money, or need to sell to make space, carbooting is one of the most fun ways to do so. Many people will only go once to sell off a few pieces to make space or get extra cash for a trip etc, while some will go every week to try to get an extra income going. C...
Culture & Society - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 19:36:12
13. Top 7 vegetarian meals
Top 7 vegetarian meals
I've been a vegetarian for about 5 years now and it can become so easy to just pick up a quick oven meal from the shops and heat it up, just because it's easier than preparing all the fresh vegetables. My family are all meat eaters so my mum would tend to buy me these meals as it was easier than ...
Food & Cooking - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 23:51:28
14. You make your own luck
You make your own luck
Luck is something that has interested me for the large majority of my life, how one small event can completely twist the next day,week,month or year in a completely different direction. Some would call this fate or destiny, others would refer to the science of chaos theory. I have bounced between...
Culture & Society - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 19:36:05
15. Computer games for girls
Computer games for girls
I don't know if I count as a gamer so to speak, I don't spend every moment of my life playing games but I do love a good game every now and again! Ever since I was a little girl, I grew up watching my dad playing games such as Half Life and Medal of Honour (Not the typical girly games I know but ...
Video Games - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 19:41:17
16. Tim ferriss the four hour chef review
Tim ferriss the four hour chef review
The four hour chef is a life-hacking book disguised as a cookbook, a rather brilliant cookbook. It teaches meta-learning with lessons from the world's best, boasting that you can become world class in a skill in under 6 months, this sounds unrealistic ... until you read the book. At 670 pages thi...
Food & Cooking - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 07:43:53
17. Top 5 Julia Donaldson books for children
Top 5 Julia Donaldson books for children
I came across these books when I first started my university course and instantly fell in love with them. They are all comical, give good messages and are enjoyable by all ages. I work in a nursery in my spare time and these books are constantly being read to the children, and I know a majority w...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 19:34:55
18. 100 doodle ideas
100 doodle ideas
I got told off for doodling in secondary school, frowned upon it even in art school but now doodling is expected from me, it's a great way to pass boring lectures, an even greater way to remember them. Start throwing in scanners and Photoshop and you have the building blocks of some epic art piec...
Arts & Design - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 19:34:44
19. DOSEprod playing cards
DOSEprod playing cards
Sam Hayles is an artist I have been following the work of for many years, since buying my first graphically designed deck. Funnily enough it was a deck designed by Sam. A good fifteen or so decks later and I'm still collecting them, and here's a lens to showcase them. There's links at the bottom ...
Arts & Design - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 07:44:49
20. Containment and its effects
Containment and its effects
Containment is the subject I chose to study for my art degree, this is an edited version of my final essay. I explored the concept of containment, referring to the work of John Wood and Paul Harrison for examples, particularly the two exhibitions 'Hundredweight' and '26 Drawings and Falling Thing...
Culture & Society - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 19:41:17
21. Breaking into the photography world
Breaking into the photography world
This page will cover a few handy tips for getting the most out of your camera, plus how to see things as a photographer. We started out doing photography for fun 4 years ago and after recently photographing a wedding we're now trying to turn it into a business venture.
Arts & Design - Mon, 15 Sep 2014 19:34:44
22. Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook
'Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook: How to Tell Your Story in a Noisy, Social World' is the latest book from Gary Vaynerchuk, author of 'Crush it' and 'The Thank You Economy'. I'll be reviewing it here as soon as the copy (well, all 5 copies) land on my doorstep. In the meantime, check out his other two...
books-poetry-writing - Sun, 10 Nov 2013 15:53:08

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