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Workplace Systems for the Slightly Crazy

March 1, 2012

Yes, I’m refering to myself with the term “slightly” crazy.  Every now and then I come to the point where I just can’t stand something: an object, room, person, etc. and I have to change it instantly (the person can take a bit more time ). I have been so tired of our current calendar […]

For the Bee’s and me . . .

February 29, 2012

I just found this video The Bee Keeper on Design Sponge, it is one of a series from Made by Hand. The episode is about Megan Paska, a Brooklyn-based, backyard farmer, rooftop beekeeper, honey producer and writer. Grace at Design Sponge wrote “If for no other reason, this film will stay with me because of the line, “This […]

Multi Tasking at its finest . . .

This wire metro rack has seen many uses in our household.  It has been a pantry, growing station, storage shelf, etc. in past lives. Its current incarnation is rat, guinea, plant, storage stand!  

Workplace Systems for Underage Laborers

Every productive and happy workplace needs a good system.  Sometimes systems need to be changed for a new “updated” version. That new updated version may not work at all and you have to dig into to archives for the old standby that got dependable results. In this case the “workplace” is our homestead!  We have […]