If your movie shelves could hold all the sports movies you wanted… what would you own? Would they look anything like this?
You can find Carrie at the Media Desk. She loves to talk about fiber, spinning, knitting, weaving, and Corgis and is currently reading (and being inspired by) An Everlasting Meal by Tamar Adler.
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Even small steps can help in the battle against clutter. TARC Industries is offering FREE Residential Shredding October 17 – 21 so take advantage of their service and defy your clutter. I’ll see you there!
Say “Hello!” to an easy-to-prepare meal that you can make with fresh vegetables and leftovers you might have. Go local and use farm-fresh eggs to make this meal even better.
Have you ever looked closely at your bottle of sunscreen? Is yours from a few years ago like mine? The FDA is setting new standards for sunscreen labeling so you know what kind of protection you’ll have with your product.Take a look at your bottle and see whether your sunscreen makes the cut.
The most common question I hear when I’m spinning on a drop spindle is “WHY would you spin yarn on something so slow and small when you could just go buy yarn?” It’s a legitimate question and spinning in this way isn’t for everyone, but here’s my answer.
Ok, I prefer to call them walking shoes, but you know what I mean. ‘Tis the season to tie those tennis shoes on (or even buy a fresh new pair) and get stepping. Not sure where to start? Read on to kick-start your personal running and walking goals.
There’s a sewing machine hiding in most of our homes, and perhaps it hasn’t been pulled out of the sewing cabinet or the closet for a long time, but I think it’s worth another look. The budding fashionista, the home decorator, and new (or experienced) quilters can all find inspiration here at the library.
Catch the camera bug and dig out your digital (or film) camera this Spring! Find resources at the library to maximize your photo’s potential.
Have you ever been to an art gallery, like the Alice C Sabatini gallery at TSCPL, and found yourself gazing at a piece that absolutely speaks to you? Wondering how it’s possible for paint on canvas or a statue to be so moving? Wikipedia says ”art is made with the intention of stimulating thoughts and emotions” [...]
Working at the library, I usually spend a good 40 hours in the building each week and can’t wait to go home and relax. Sometimes I attend one of the many amazing programs or classes we offer, but I must admit I would rather spend my evenings at home. But when I saw the library [...]
If you ever thought, and I’m sure you do, that being a parent is hard; imagine doing it with multiple personality disorder, otherwise known as Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID). In Season One of United States of Tara actress Toni Collette illuminates the bizarre home life of Tara Gregson, a woman with three clearly defined personalities [...]