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1. Choosing a Great Hammock
Choosing a Great Hammock
I have been sleeping in hammocks since I was a baby, so choosing and using one feels like second nature. If you have ever fallen out of a hammock or don't know where to start when shopping for one online, this is for you. I was born in Canada, but when I was only a few months old my family reloc...
Sports & Recreation - Wed, 17 Sep 2014 00:11:21
2. How to Wear a Scarf Like a Lady
How to Wear a Scarf Like a Lady
Scarves are the ultimate fashion accessory - winter or summer, casual or formal, there is a scarf for every occasion. Scarves are my favorite way to add interest to any outfit, and I wear one (or more!) almost every day. At work, people are always commenting on my scarves. I even had a friend tel...
Fashion & Beauty - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 12:02:49
3. How to Wear Oblong Scarves
How to Wear Oblong Scarves
I love scarves and wear one almost every day. This page is a general introduction to oblong scarves. Scarves come in two basic shapes, square or oblong. Read a little about obling scarves, or skip right to the tutorials. This is part of a series about all about how to buy, wear, and care for sca...
Fashion & Beauty - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 12:02:49
4. Everything You Need to Know About Scarves
Everything You Need to Know About Scarves
I love scarves - I wear one almost every day. I really believe that they are the most versatile fashion accessory, and can add a little class to any outfit. That's why I have created this series of lenses, all about scarves. They fall into two general categories - informational and style tutoria...
Fashion & Beauty - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 12:03:24
5. 5 Ways to Maintain Connection with your Kids while Away
5 Ways to Maintain Connection with your Kids while Away
Leaving young children at home while you travel can be hard. Here are 5 tips to help you maintain your connection, no matter how far apart you are. In 2012 I traveled to South Africa for three weeks, leaving my daughter, then 8, at home. Although this was not the first time we had been apart - I...
Travel & Places - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 12:02:51
6. A Scarf for Every Season
A Scarf for Every Season
Scarves are my favorite fashion accessory because they are a quick, easy way to add some glamour and interest to any outfit. Growing up in a cold climate, scarves have always been there for me - as a winter accessory. As my personal style evolved, I started wearing scarves for fashion, not just f...
Fashion & Beauty - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 15:32:51
7. The Car-Free Urban Picnic
The Car-Free Urban Picnic
I live and work in the urban core of a medium sized city, walk a lot, and don't have a car. I love to spend time outside with my family, and nothing beats a picnic on a sunny summer afternoon. The challenge, of course, is how to pack everything you need for your picnic in a way that you can easi...
Holidays & Celebrations - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 15:32:50
8. How to Care for your Scarves
How to Care for your Scarves
Learn to WASH | DRY | REPAIR your scarves. I grew up as one of 4 kids my poor mother birthed every other year - so I was always one of those dirty neighborhood feral children with scraped knees and mud in my hair. Taking care of myself was more a matter of survival than convenience, and I was doi...
Fashion & Beauty - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 12:03:25
9. Split Personality - a Two-Tone Scarf Tutorial
Split Personality - a Two-Tone Scarf Tutorial
I love wearing scarf clips! This cute quirky vintage look works by mixing two complementary scarves and finishing with a scarf clip. This is part of a series about all about how to buy, wear, and care for scarves. If you only wish that you would wear this for real, out in public, start at the be...
Fashion & Beauty - Tue, 16 Sep 2014 20:01:29

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