26 February 2016
Many parents are discovering the benefits of minimalist living, and that includes their kids' playrooms. While a room with fewer toys means less clutter and less work, it can also mean less wasteful spending on things that kids don't use, need or appreciate. Here are some things you can do to thwart the "too many toys" syndrome and to make your kids' playroom more minimalist. Eliminate the Excess Instead of simply organizing and storing toys in the new playroom, focus on eliminating duplicate or outgrown toys, or those that children really don't play with much.
23 July 2015
There are many different types of motors for your remote-controlled plane. One of the more common types of motors is the brushed motor, which uses brushes to come in contact with the commutator, switching its polarity and allowing it to continue to move by being attracted to one magnet on one side, and then another magnet on another side. The problem with this type of motor is that it wears out quickly because the brushes and the commutator are in almost constant contact.
10 July 2015
You've just completed a big paint project and now you have a bunch of leftover paint. There's not enough to do another project, but you still don't want to waste it. Do you have kids? Here are some simple crafty ways to let your kids use up that extra paint: Fling Paint Art Flinging paint is so much fun for kids. They love that they get to make a mess. The result is really pretty and you can proudly hang it on a wall for all to see.
9 July 2015
A trip to Amish country for a vacation might not sound like the most exciting experience, but in reality, it is one of the best decisions you and your family could make. If you are planning a vacation in Amish country, here are some tips you should know before heading there. Cash Is a Must In the rest of the country, debit and credit cards are swiped on a regular basis.