Materials: Lack, Broder
Description: My son finally deserved a desk. He's a Transformer fan, and I had some Lack shelves to be recycled. The structure is made of Broder rails and cantilevers, the desk itself with the shelves, silver and red, in perfect "transformer style". The height of the working surfaces can be changed following child growth.
I’m back from my Alaskan vacation, but it’ll take me a day or two to get my wits about me. More soon. Meanwhile, this post is from GRS staff writer April Dykman.
Dorothy was right: There is no place like home.
You may know that we started a nonprofit effort called the No Impact Project. This is its most recent appeal. Can you help?Imagine if for one week, everyone tried out the same experiment I did for one year, seeing what is important in life by stripping away all the things that clutter our world.Well 10,000 people have so far.
For many men, shaving is just one of those things you do every morning to prepare for the day. It’s like brushing your teeth. You do it so you look presentable, but you don’t think much about it.
But think back to when you were a boy and lathered up and put a razor to your face for the first time. If you’re like me, that first shave was downright exciting.
Recently, CNET reported that Windows 7 has captured ten percent of the personal computer market. That means, now, 1 in 10 computers worldwide runs on Windows 7.There are no doubts about the fact that Windows 7 was received with open arms by not only the average computer user, but also by people who jump on every opportunity of criticizing Microsoft.
Image courtesy of Marie Claire/Bill Diodato
In a divorce, a woman’s life is turned upside down — nearly everything about her existence changes, but for the man, the most he has to change is his phone number and address.
Welcome back to another episode of The Art of Manliness podcast! In this week’s edition we talk to fitness trainer, Stew Smith. Stew is a former Navy SEAL who now devotes himself to helping men prepare for the rigors of Navy SEAL training.
Several years ago, at my first post-college job, I worked in a small office with three other people. One of them (who I’ll call Campbell) was probably the best co-worker I’ve ever had the opportunity to work with.
This Saturday, my husband suggested that we all go downtown to watch the annual dance parade. I’d never heard of it, but for the past three years, New York City has had a dance parade, where thousand of dancers, from all sorts of dance organizations, dance their way down a parade route.
Materials: Tension Rod, Ikea Hemma Lamp, Zip Ties, Light Bulb
1. Using zip ties, secure the wire from the Hemma Lamp to the Tension Rod.
2. Hang the tension rod in the desired area and zip tie to cord to the wall post or to brackets.
3. Plug in and...let there be light!
~ Brianne, Great Neck, NY