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You can make useful objects for yourself with these DIY ideas.

Creative DIY ideas!

Gepostet von Social Wiki am Mittwoch, 28. August 2019


Look smart with these 10 math tricks!


Awesome math tricks…

Cute Paper Crafts ideas for Kids


Your kids will love to do these cute paper crafts…

Smart ways of fixing food


Creative ways of fixing food!

Don't nix it, fix it!

Gepostet von Blossom am Freitag, 23. August 2019


17 Easy Kitchen Hacks


17 Creative Kitchen Tips

Prep like a PRO with these 17 easy kitchen hacks!

Gepostet von Blossom am Dienstag, 27. August 2019


Creative Pie Crust Ideas!


8 Pie Crust Hacks


Great idea to start the school!


Starting the lesson with a heart-warming welcome always motivates the children….

Creative ideas to use empty toilet rolls!


Creative DIY ideas with empty toilet rolls!

Amazing ideas to transform clothes!


Creative ideas to transform clothes…

Useful Sewing Tips!


Sewing ideas you should know…

Turn numbers into cute drawings!


You will love these cute drawings with numbers…

Don’t be the reason someone feels insecure… Be the reason…


Don’t be the reason someone feels insecure…

Be the reason someone feel seen, heard and supported…

-Cleo Wade

How Self-Hatred Can Insensibly Poison Our Lives


American woman Shelli Wilder Netko wrote a post about what worries all the women in the world — self-hatred, inevitable aging, and the race against time that will definitely be lost.

But instead of worrying about these things, we should just focus on loving the people around us.

Her post was so moving that we feel for her from the bottom of our hearts.

This post has moved us a step closer to the most sincere love for ourselves.

We hope it will do the same for you.

“I have never really liked my hands.

I have short, calloused fingers, wide palms, and messed up nail beds from a nail-biting stint when I was in grade school.

Add to it the effect of knuckle-popping, which I became obsessed with after I saw the cool kid on the block do it in second grade.

But nonetheless, I’ve always referred to my hands as looking like “dog paws,” versus the long, graceful hands that my sister has and that I’ve always wanted. I’ve always thought I was in the wrong line when God sprinkled “beautiful hand fairy dust” on the babies.

To add to my hand shame, since my 20s I’ve had the biggest, juiciest veins in my hands and forearms that have always been a phlebotomist’s dream come true, causing my hands to look a bit masculine and old if you ask me.

When my kids were young they liked to sit by me during church and “play” with my veins to make the time pass more quickly.

They would sometimes ask why my hands were “like that.” The standard mom answer applied here, “They just are, Hun.” But I always liked it — having one of them holding and touching my hands, no matter where or when or why.

As I’ve gotten older, I’ve done my part to win the anti-aging race with my body and face.

Eating healthy, exercising, and spending far too much money taking care of my skin.

And yet, when I look down at my keyboard countless times a day, I still see these hands that look much older than my heart feels, and appear as if they could use a nice rest.

When the photographer stopped me to pose for this photo at my wedding in March to capture my sash and ring on the lace pattern of my dress, I automatically blurted out, “Can you edit the picture? I don’t like my hands.” Everyone has something they don’t fully embrace about themselves, don’t they?

But when the wedding photos came back I saw my hands in a whole new light. This picture is so beautiful, it captures everything.

I saw the hands that had baked about 200 Birthday cakes, a truckload of cookies, changed thousands of diapers, wiped away a million crocodile tears, and clapped till they were raw cheering my kids on through every sport.

I saw this picture and I saw a gift. These hands may not be the smoothest, most graceful, longest, most feminine hands, but they are perfectly suited for the work that was laid out for me.

These hands have been blessed with holding my newborn babies and grandbabies and holding the father of my children as he took his last breath.

I will find a beautiful frame for this picture to remind myself constantly of the love and purpose and duty I have in this life, and to remind myself that I have my mother’s hands — her gift to me.

What do you think of this story?

Is there something about your appearance that you don’t like?

Tell us in the comments section on Pinterest.

Fun DIY Games for Kids!


Fun ways to use cardboxes…

Your kids will love these easy DIY game ideas…