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How to Make a S’more

It is unclear who first created this treat, but the earliest s’more (some more) recipe can be found in the Girl Scouts handbook of 1927. Tradition also says that these are consumed quickly, prompting further calls for “S’more!”. The traditional s’more is made with marshmallows, graham crackers and a few pieces of chocolate. Making your(…)


How to Become a Surrogate Mother

Becoming a surrogate mother requires a generous heart. There are numerous physical, emotional, and legal issues involved, so it is important to carefully consider all of the pros and cons before deciding that this is the right decision for you. The laws regarding surrogacy are different in each US state, so having a good lawyer(…)


How to Start a Courier Business

A courier business is a company that moves packages from one location to another for a fee. Starting a courier business can be a lucrative opportunity, but there are practical considerations and logistics you may overlook that need to be taken into account. With a little time and effort, you can start a great courier(…)

What to do with Excel 2016’s new chart styles: Treemap, Sunburst, and Box & Whisker

Excel 2016’s many new features include six new chart types. We’ll go over three of them here and talk about how they could be used with your data. Treemap: Designed to show hierarchies Treemap has nine variations, all of which show a hierarchical view of the target data and how the sections of that hierarchy(…)


2 Minute French Toast

French toast is a go-to breakfast dish. But it’s time consuming. Not to mention all those dishes…! This is a fast prep, one dish recipe for this delicious breakfast favorite! For those short on time, it’s a Breakfast Life-Hack! Skip the dishes and surprise your valentine with breakfast in bed! It’…By: MaddieJ3 Continue Reading »(…)


Simple Key Holder

Build a clean and elegant looking key holder, inspired by some builders out there, I was excited to make my own. The project took only a day, one aim for this project is also to use all the scrap materials I had laying around. Parts, Tools and Cuts 1/2" plywood with at least 23.5" width(…)


How to Make Ice Cream

Next time you want ice cream, consider making it yourself instead of buying it. Making ice cream is easy, and it’s a great project to try with kids. This article contains various different ways to make ice cream, one of which is bound to work well for your kitchen and available tools. Prep time: 10(…)