As an Englishman living in the States, I can equate the fervor of the “Big Game” to a similar big game in the UK, the FA Cup Final, a pinnacle of British football, um soccer.
Given the history of (the real) football as a game for working class folks, and as a public transport-driven culture, it’s rare that any football stadium is too far removed from residential areas, nor too far from a Tube stop (in London) or bus stop anywhere else in the country.
The thought of renting a ‘tiny house’ close to an event stadium to watch the pre-game show on TVs within your tiny home, is therefore somewhat alien to this Brit, until you add in the normal [...]
Happy 2017! I am so excited for this year and I’m especially excited for the new series that I’m going to be sharing with you. For the next few months I’m going to pick a room in the house and share my best cleaning tips, cleaning hacks, etc. to help you clean your house faster and better. Today I’m going to start with the bathrooms, so let’s put on our cleaning gloves and get going! The first thing you need to do is stock up on the best cleaners. I am very picky about what I clean my bathrooms with because my goal is to kill all the germs. Here’s a list of what I use, and recommend:Lysol Toilet Bowl Cleaner, with Bleach Pyoure Hydrogen [...]
The holidays are my favorite time of year! I love the colors, the decorations, even the smell of the air, and I also love having people over and hosting big dinners. However, I know that a lot of people aren’t like me, and the thought of hosting friends and/or family for the holidays can seem quite daunting. Don’t worry! I’m here to give you some great tips for how to be an organized hostess this holiday season, and I can promise that they work because I’ve used them for years!1. Be YOU
The most important thing to remember when hosting is to be YOU. Your house [...]
My first Christmas away from home was in a ten-bedroom log cabin style hunting lodge in rural Idaho. Some of the “guest bedrooms” had 4-6 beds per room, others had bunk beds, and one or two had a single king-sized bed with private bathroom. I can’t remember how many bathrooms, half-baths, sitting rooms and fireplaces there were. It was the family home of a college roommate of mine and was well over 100-years old, situated at the base of a mountain, only a few hundred feet from a river. During hunting season, the family rented rooms to hunters, and as remote as the place seemed to be, it was never empty.
After a verbal invite from my friend I received a [...]