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DIY Miniature Ladder Bookshelf

DIY Miniature Ladder Bookshelf

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Hi guys! It’s Cath! Today, I have a super easy project for you! We’re going this build this adorable miniature ladder bookshelf out of some popsicle sticks. I finished it in this modern gray stain but feel free to paint it in any color you like! Let’s get started. The first thing you need is […]

Is Minecraft the Ultimate Educational Tool? | Idea Channel | PBS Digital Studios

Is Minecraft the Ultimate Educational Tool? | Idea Channel | PBS Digital Studios

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Here’s an idea– Minecraft is the ultimate educational tool. You guys remember Minecraft. We made this other video about it that one time where we talked about how it’s basically going to save us all. But in case you need a refresher, Minecraft is a computer game that can best be described as first person […]

Health Tip | Foods That Detox the Liver

Health Tip | Foods That Detox the Liver

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Hi. Today were going to talk about 14 foods that cleanse the liver. When the liver is taxed it can’t process toxins and fat in an efficient way. There are many foods that can help cleanse the liver naturally, by stimulating the natural ability to clean toxic waste from the body. Eating the following foods […]

March 22nd: Book Club and Business Cards

March 22nd: Book Club and Business Cards

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Good morning, John. It’s Thursday March 22nd. I just mixed a misprinted business card utilization idea with putting stuff on my head. Now I have to do is put a misprinted business card in my pants and then put my pants on my head. Mm-hmm. So I haven’t forgot what I’m gonna talk about today. […]

WHAT I WISH I KNEW BEFORE STARTING MINIMALISM

WHAT I WISH I KNEW BEFORE STARTING MINIMALISM

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I just now looked up when the last time we made a minimalism video was, and it was nine months ago. So it’s about time we share another one. I’ve kind of been reflecting lately about why I started minimalism, and what it means to me, and so in today’s video I really want to […]

Thousand Worlds Book Club: The Glass Flower by George R.R. Martin

Thousand Worlds Book Club: The Glass Flower by George R.R. Martin

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And we are back for the Thousand Worlds Book Club and we’re talking about The Glass Flower. The link for the story is below and I am joined by Patchface. Under the sea the salmon is smoked and herring is filled with salt. I know, I know, oh oh oh. The Glass Flower was published […]

How To Roast a Whole Cow

How To Roast a Whole Cow

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“By the Flag in the morning, give her no warning. I shoot the fire on the Claiborne Bridge. It’d be a long time talking about the things I did.” Howard: For me being in New Orleans and living here now I was glad for them to see this Whole collection of what Louisiana culture is […]

Exercise vs Diet

Exercise vs Diet

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Trying to lose weight can be difficult, and while we all know a good combination of exercise and diet is essential, which one is more important? If you had to choose, should you be hitting the gym, or eating salads? There are many ways you can burn a few hundred calories; running for 20 minutes, […]

Top 6 Shocking Book Endings No One Predicted

Top 6 Shocking Book Endings No One Predicted

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Now THAT’s how you end a book! Here are a few fantastic books where the last few pages are so monumentally shocking that they’re almost guaranteed to leave you staring in awe. For this list we’re counting down 6 of the most shocking book endings. We’ve looked at books with literary conclusions that stuck with […]

Reese’s Book Club Authors Share Their Writing Secrets

Reese’s Book Club Authors Share Their Writing Secrets

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– Hi, Reese’s Book Club! I’m Jasmine Guillory, author of The Proposal. – This is Susan Orlean, author of The Library Book. – I’m Maria Hummel, author of Still Lives. – I’m Chanel Cleeton, author of Next Year in Havana. – And this is The Writerly Life. (upbeat music) – My favorite part of the […]