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Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Sherry Palmer 
 Article Title :: Recycle Kitchen Wastes Using a Home Worm Bin
Recycling your kitchen wastes using a home worm bin is an easy, ecologically sound way to dispose of kitchen wastes. Just think about how much water is used every day when you wash garbage down the garbage disposal in your sink! Besides saving water, a worm bin produces an organic compost that can be used instead of chemical fertilizers in your garden and on your house plants. This is a fun and educational activity for youngsters. They will learn something about the biology of worms and also the importance of reusing and recycling to preserve resources. Here are 10 easy steps to setting up your worm bin: 1.Select a container to house your worms. Both wooden boxes and plastic storage bin  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Kathleen Wilson 
 Article Title :: Faux Painting
Faux and Decorative Painting Sponge painting Sponge painting is great because it is easy, fast, requires little paint and materials, and did I mention it was easy? It can be used on walls, furniture, and accessories, and can give instant facelift to dull objects. Don’t let anyone convince you that you have to go buy an expensive sea sponge to do this. I’ve used plastic grocery bags, cloth diapers, even old clothing…(Ok, now it’s called ragging, same technique, more subtle look.) But you can use a plain old kitchen sponge, and here’s the secret….tear away all the hard edges of the sponge, even tear chunks from the center to give it an irregular appearance. Now choose your pain  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Cado Productions 
 Article Title :: Salsa Rhythms - Expert Advice; Safety
Safety - Key points to remember: - Safety in dancing - Efficiency in foot placement - Mastering your floor space Good dancers have a sense of awareness about themselves in relation to others on the dance floor. In developing this awareness apply the following whether you are in a dance lesson, practicing by yourself and especially at a dance club. In Salsa any step back should be a small one, period. This applies to the man as well as the woman. If your step back is large you will run into problems such as: - Stepping on other dancers around and behind you - Getting stepped on by other dancers - Not being able to comfortably stay on time to the music (both you and your partner) Measur  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Arleen M. Kaptur 
When you think of herbs, you probably think of seasonings. These precious little gems can add taste to any dish, add to its enticing aroma, and even change an entire recipe. Herbs offer much more than this. They can be used as decorative plants in your garden. They make great room decorations, scented sachets, wonderful as dyes, and create exceptional home-brewed teas. Herbs are versatile in many ways. You can plant the tiny seeds in containers and place them on your windowsill or deck. They make very creative borders for your flower or vegetable gardens, and they even fill in as ground covers. Even when they are dried, you can make wreaths that will give a delightful aroma to anyon  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Do You Hate It or Love It? 
 Article Title :: Chris Loans
Do You Hate It or Love It? If you can complete the Rubik's cube then you love it, but if you can't then you hate that piece of plastic with 26 parts and one frame. For 18 years I fiddled and got frustrated by the cube. When you are young there is lots of time to spend on this sort of thing. At the age of 21 someone showed me the moves required to solve the cube. I was very pleased but also highly annoyed that it took 18 years for me to find the solution. I am now 26 and I have done some research on that rigid time waster some people call a puzzle. It is way more than a puzzle! Many people have studied the maths of the cube, hence the algorithms available on some sites that will solve a  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Gayle Olson 
 Article Title :: Madame Alexander Dolls
For more than 77 years Madame Alexander dolls have found their way into the hearts of girls (young and old) and collector's around the world. Always elegant, charming and lovable, "Madame Alexander" remains to be a favorite classic toy and collectible each holiday season. As Madame Alexander entered the Toy Industry's Hall of Fame in 2000, the story of Madame Alexander is also the story of the evolution of the dolls through the past century. Madame Alexander was a remarkable woman with a dream and the determination to make that dream a reality. Before I introduce you to my personal Madame Alexander "wish list" take time to meet Beatrice Alexander Behrman, the woman who made little girls  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Gayle Olson 
 Article Title :: Collecting Your Family Tree
What is genealogy and a family tree? Genealogy is a hobby where you collect information about your ancestors, that is, everyone in your family that has lived before you. You collect vital statistics, such as when and where they were born, lived and passed away. From these clues you become a master detective and learn all about their lives. Each family member is like a piece in a puzzle. As you collect and record family stories, pictures and documents, a fascinating tale of your history reveals itself. Building a family tree can be a life-long hobby for you. Maybe, one day, you'll have a granddaughter or grandson to pass this family treasure on to. Just like your ancestors, the generations  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Gayle Olson 
 Article Title :: Collecting Rocks and Minerals
Rock and mineral collecting is a fascinating hobby which can be shared by the entire family. Before you get started with your new hobby it is important to understand something about minerals. Rocks are made up of one mineral, or a mixture of minerals. Minerals are made up of elements, which are simple substances which cannot be broken down into any other substance. Sometimes minerals are made of only one element, but most minerals are made up of two or more elements. Many minerals are made up of a large number of elements. Minerals are often found as shapeless lumps. These pieces are called "massive". Some minerals can also form special shapes, which can help you to identify them. The   (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Ray Koshy RN 
 Article Title :: Ancient & endangered leaf art.
Ever heard of the ancient leaf art? Rice straw art has been in existence for thousands of years but is in danger of being extinct. The history of straw art goes way back in time when people didn’t know how to make various colors, paint or dyes. The artists at that time used the natural colors of the rice straw (dried leaves of the rice plant) to create images. They used the different shades of rice straw to create color for their art works. This unique leaf art originated in the southern tip of India called Kerala Thousands of years ago and passed on from generation to generation and less than one hundred artists practices this beautiful art at this time. The artists uses very primitiv  (read full article)
Category :: Hobbies Articles Author :: Bob Leduc 
 Article Title :: 7 High-Powered Selling Tactics To Increase Your Sales
7 HIGH-POWERED SELLING TACTICS TO INCREASE YOUR SALES Copyright 2002 By Bob Leduc Here are 7 high-powered selling tactics many businesses overlook or ignore. How many do you use? 1. CREATE HIGHER PRICED OFFERS Increase your average size sale by combining 2 or more related products or services into a Special Combination Package. Price this combination package lower then the total cost of buying each item separately -- and promote it as a Special Offer. TIP: Don't complicate your package offer by including an option to buy any items separately. Limiting customers to a simple "yes" or "no" decision generates more sales than confusing them with a "yes", "no" or "which one" decision. 2. TON  (read full article)
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