Teach Me Tuesday
Welcome to the forty-third edition of Teach Me Tuesday! Here are some of my faves from last week.

Mini No Bake Pumpkin Pies from Livin the Crunchy Life

Jacqueline at Livin the Crunchy Life has somehow concocted Mini Pumpkin Pies that are paleo AND don't need to be baked. Delicious convenience in a tiny little cup!

10 Tips for Natural Flu Prevention from The Haas Machine

I am not getting sick. I am not getting sick. Denial isn't quite as powerful as everyone makes it out to be. Gillian at The Haas Machine offers a better way to Naturally Combat the Flu.

DIY Yarn Trees from The Colored Red Door

I, like many overzealous crafters, have managed to acquire a massive pile of yarn along with a woeful lack of knitting talent. What to do? Tammy from The Colored Door saves the day with her DIY Yarn Trees! This makes me want to create a tiny winter wonderland with all my neglected supplies.

Mincemeat from Single Mother Ahoy

I can't say that I've ever made mincemeat before, which is exactly what drew me to this recipe. I've obviously heard about the concoction plenty of times, but had never given it a lot of thought. It's meaty. It's fruity. It's in a jar! I'm tempted to try it out if for nothing other than sheer novelty. Vicky at Single Mother Ahoy dishes all the details on How to Make Mincemeat.

DIY Build-a-Bug Magnet Set from DIY with GK

Can I confess something? I have a serious weakness for refrigerator magnets. I'm compelled to buy those ones that spell things, especially the off-beat sets with weird words like “tattoo” and “unicorn.” It seems I long for inked mythical creatures. Kiley from DIY with Grant and Kiley shares how to make a DIY Build-a-Bug Magnet Set that's every bit as creative as my horned horse idea, a thousand times cuter and waaaay more toddler-friendly.


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