Category: Crafts

Banjo Love, All about the D: take 2

If you didn’t see the first Banjo post, I suggest backing up a page: http://nonlinearknitting.com/2017/08/07/heartshapedhole1/ I got a break from the day job and ran away to the beach. However, I’m sticking strongly to my weekly banjo practice…. Read More

Banging on the Banjo: take 1

No seriously, that’s what I currently sound like… But that’s about to change!  It only takes 100,000 hours to get something mastered, right? I have been on a freelance adventure for about two years now. It was the… Read More

That’s Forked Up. Too Spoon?

One of my favorite kitchen utensils is the wooden spoon. Why? I don’t know. It was always a form of punishment growing up so I should want to have all of them banished from the kitchen, but they… Read More

Norwood’s “Notes to my Blood” Album Release

A lot of my Jobless in Jersey City days have been spent around live music: Enjoying, feeling and shooting it. Watching people perform what comes from inside themselves – with little to no filter – is rewarding. As… Read More

Abstract Tan: what is chaotic organization? me.

While on an adventure in Chicago, I visited my friend Kaitlyn. Over margaritas and getting chatted up about our awesome shoes from men adorned in dresses while having beards, Kaitlyn and I began to chat about our color… Read More

Jelly and Jamming

I like jelly, jamming and puns. (I’m feeling slightly opinionated today. This is my disclaimer.) I think dieting is bullshit. I am under the belief that my body knows what it needs: I crave it. Then I eat… Read More

MADE: Paper Roses

Check out a new video from our collection, MADE: Inspirational Shorts for Homemade Living.

The PickMeUp

Sometimes life gets messy and my life currently is: A. Mess. So, it’s time for me to start cleaning it up. In order to get through the chaos, I have to assign myself “projects” just like I’m back… Read More

Spring-Cleaning out Jars

I woke up this weekend like a bear coming out of hibernation. I awoke to the wonderful Spring sunshine pouring in through the curtains and walked into a nice living room full of light. Birds were chirping all… Read More

Honeycomb Hearts

My grandma’s house is magical. There is a lake and cabin, beautiful gardens, a sugar shack where I had my wedding and barns full of treasures. There is a “happy tree” straight out of a Winnie the Pooh… Read More