One of my favorite things about a new year is getting new calendars.
This desktop calendar from pixelimpress is full of fun whimsical pictures like this octopus
I love this letterpress calendar by Color Box Design
This smaller 4×6 calendar from Fuzzy Hippo Designs would great as a desk or wall calendar. Plus I love the modern furniture.
And if like your calendar to be digital, here is a digital calendar set to use as the background on your computer from Designs by Life-n-Refelctions
All images are from their respective Etsy shops.
Posted Dec 14, 2011
If you’re panicking now at the mere thought of Christmas and the logistical nightmare it entails, spare a thought for the Hollywood juggernaut that is the Jolie-Pitt family.
The annual whirlwind of last-minute shopping, gift wrapping, not to mention delayed flights, snow storms, airplane baggage restrictions, is enough to raise the blood pressure of even the most stoic to critical levels. I suppose that’s what makes Christmas Eve all the more enjoyable when you finally sit down with family in friends, eggnog in hand, and breathe a great big sigh of relief.
One has to wonder how Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie do it. Hol
Everybody knows at least one — a pretentious foodie who insists on froufrou ingredients, laborious techniques and over-the-top dishes.
Well, this year they’re out of luck. Because 2011 was a year when cookbooks — even those by high-end and celebrity chefs — went all homey and nostalgic. Which is good news for those of us who don’t want to garnish a Wednesday night dinner with hand-harvested truffle-salmon roe foam.
There were meatball books, tomes of rustic dishes, and reminiscences on cooking your way back to childhood. The result? There are plenty of choices for those of us who must blend the joy of cooking with the sometimes crushing need to feed.
And that will make gift shopping for the food lovers in your life much easier. Here are
’80s,The Chronicles of Horror Movie Night Posted by – December 11th 2011 @ 5:00 pm
After starting in Washington D.C. nine years ago Horror Movie Night has expanded to include chapters in Austin, Dallas and Chicago. Horror’s Not Dead’s own Brian Kelley is the originator and programmer of this illustrious weekly Wednesday night tradition which features a “classic” horror film. Each week I will be reviewing/commenting on the past week’s selection so do your best to find the film, most of which have not made it past VHS, and follow along. Better yet,