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Although this might be in complete contradiction with my ramblings on New Year's resolutions , I've been inspired by motivational and positive quotes that, in just a few words, ring of optimism and good cheer. I like to think of them as an incentive, a reminder, or simply an intention that guides my days. In the selfish perspective of cheering myself up, I designed three potential mottos: "look up" (that seems to be the words I need to live by lately), "create" and "let your heart sing".
If you're looking for an easy project to add a little class to your bathroom while being friendly on your wallet, check out this simple DIY stone bath mat. Susan Wasinger from Natural Home likens using this bathmat to taking a walk on a stony beach; if that sounds appealing, it's easy to put together: 1. Make a simple frame of pine "L" trim, about 18 inches by 26 inches. Mitre the corners and nail and glue together.
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After reading that title you might wonder, why would anyone make a sidewalk out of wood? Well, there are a few very good reasons for doing it. A little history More than 25 years ago my wood sidewalk started out as an experiment to see how practical it might be.
Note: If you’re new to earthbag building, please read the introductory Step-by-Step Earthbag Building Instructable first. Also, my new Earthbag Building Guide and Earthbag Building DVD are now available. Stay up-to-date on all the latest earthbag news by following our Natural Building Blog . We built this earthbag roundhouse in 2010 as part of an earthbag workshop in Thailand, and finished it later that summer.