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In an effort to reduce clutter, I have gone through all my Martha Stewart magazines (~40 of them), taken out the pages I want to save, and discarded the rest. I plan to put the pages into a binder, but I’m at a loss as to how to organize them.
I was originally going to go by a) types of holiday, b) types of recipe, and c) homes/non-holiday décor, but this is complicated by the fact that some articles include both decorations and various types of recipe (i.e. appetizer, entrée and dessert) all together, so it’s hard to separate them. I thought I might go by season, but some items don't really fall into a particular season, and it might be hard for me to decide what's seasonal and what isn't (like for a lot of recipes).
Any suggestions? Thanks!
What color shoes would you wear with a white top and mint green skirt?
How about a white top and a dark pink skirt?
What are your favorite recipes for the grill?
I'm making pork chops tonight.
someone, and my someone i mean Reddit, is trying to tell me that this sign means you can waltz on in there and get a free glazed donut.
i call bullshit, i have never been told that.
is this true?
location base only??....
what are your thoughts on arranged marriages?
i'm surprised most of them turn out well tbh, but i think culture (by that i mean having same ideals and values) does have a lot to do with how successful a marriage can be.
If and when society crumbles and civilization is pushed to the brink of extinction, what do you believe the chief cause of humanity's downfall will be?
The end is upon us and you have one hour to live before KABOOM or whatever. How do you picture yourself spending your last hour?
2. Have you ever been on the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad? Did you like it?
Are you a messy person?
A good friend from high school is having a wedding in two weeks. She and her husband are technically married but the ceremony was in England (he's British, she's American) so they are coming here to do something with her family and friends. It's being billed as a wedding so I was sent the gift registry.
The wedding is in two weeks and the only thing gone from the list is a set of coasters. I was thinking I should get something from the list but everything is so plain and while I know it's what they want and need for their new home, I also want to give something that comes from the heart. I also know shipping things back will suck and they are going back to England to live permanently after this trip. I had resigned to using the registry until today when I realized only one item had been purchased.
So do I get something off of the registry seemingly nobody is using or something more personal that will eventually have to be shipped back with them? Are things on a registry suggestions or preferences? Thank you in advance! I find weddings so intimidating.
Without straight out mentioning him in a speech, how could I acknowledge my dad without depressing the hell out of myself and my family?
My venue doesn't allow candles, which was my original idea.
Edit: Thank you for all your advice. I only booked my wedding this week, so I have approx. 8 months to decide. I like the idea of a photo of him on the alter. I may also buy a buttonhole that he would have worn and placing it next to his photo
Do you have savings bonds? Are any of them mature? Do you have plans for them?
I have a couple savings bonds from when I was a kid. One is fully matured, one isn't yet. I have no idea when I should cash them in. Should I use it on something fun, something practical? Do I wait until the money is needed for something? I know I should be patient and they'll keep going up in value, but I don't want to wait forever! Just wondering what other opinions are on them.
Do you do any of these? What do you think??
I plank and do hanging leg raises...often