How Knitting & Crochet Are Causing Health Problems (And How To Fix Them)

As well as being enjoyable, knitting and crocheting can improve our mental and physical health. Kathryn Vercillo writes about these health benefits in her book Crochet Saved My Life: The Mental and Physical Benefits of Crochet. Vercillo states that crafting and crochet have helped people cope with many conditions, such as PTSD , chronic pain, … Read more

The Main Reason Epsom Salt Is The New Gardening Fad

Epsom salt, which is actually magnesium sulfate, is a pure and time-tested mineral compound with a number of uses. It’s been gaining legions of fans over centuries due to its properties that make it a natural alternative to pricier over-the-counter recipes and remedies used in health, beauty and crafts. But what many people don’t know … Read more

Skeletons In Jamestown Revealed To Be Colonial Leaders

Here’s an interesting discovery of skeletons in Jamestown belonging to the 1608-1617 era. Marilyn Scallan Epstein wrote the article and covered the research extensively. History always has numerous secrets and hidden facts and figures. There will always be something new that archaeologists and historians will discover every day if they keep researching. Due to the … Read more

Visual Guide To How Apeture, Shutter Speed & ISO Affect Your Photos

Here’s a fascinating infographic that will show you exactly how aperture, shutter speed and ISO affect your photographs. Check it out to learn more. If you’re new to photography, and want a handy guide to the “exposure triangle”, this infographic is just what you need. The “exposure triangle” is made up of three important exposure … Read more

10 Most Expensive RVs in the World

Anyone who loves travelling will had had a good look at a motor home. Just the luxury of having your own bathroom, bedroom and kitchen makes these vehicles very desirable. In this article, we see a collection of the most expensive motorhomes that money can buy. Recently motorhomes have taken on a new style. Gone are … Read more

Need Bait? Try “Sawing Up Worms” For Fishing

Apparently, this is a method originating in Arkansas that allows you to collect worms that are ready to be used as bait. Termed as “The McCulloch (Chainsaw) Technique”, it’s certainly one of the more interesting methods we’ve come across for gathering bait. Sawing Up Worms 1. Begin by driving a 3-foot wooden stake 6 to 8 inches … Read more

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