This Moroccan cous cous is so cheap and easy and packed with healthy vegetables. I make this for BBQs or to have for dinner with steak and salad. Spray a baking tray with oil & bake the following ingredients for 15 minutes at 180c: 1 red onion sliced into wedges 2 cloves of garlic 1tsp ground cumin... Continue Reading →
It's no secret that when you make things from scratch that you are saving yourself a tonne of calories because you're in control. When is the last time that you checked the ingredients list on the things you are buying from the shop. But more significantly, you could save yourself a tonne of cash. We... Continue Reading →
I love upcycling- also know as 'the creative reuse of garbage and unwanted or un-used items into new things'. If i could make it a career, thats what i would do. For this project you will need a box, hand towel, scrap of material, and glue. This box was the packaging of a watch. The... Continue Reading →
Vege gardens don't need to be formal areas set aside and looking ugly. Use the gardens, pots or containers that you already have.
The back of my toddlers magnets were leaving tiny scratches all over the front of my new fridge. So i searched my wrapping paper box thinking i would stick some wrapping paper to the fridge with sticky tape. I found a roll of clear contact & cut out the side if a gift bag... ta... Continue Reading →
It's refreshing to be around people who are content with what they have. I've come to realise that I have a disliking for people who have a tendency to 'keep up with the Jone's'. People who are constantly envious of other people....
About 12 months ago I decided to get rid of two rusty coloured feature walls in my home. They didn't complement my grey vinyl floor boards very well. The feature walls had a sandy-like texture and I'd never removed this sort of paint before. Google told me to sand the feature walls back using a circular sander so... Continue Reading →