Category Archive: DIY ideas

How to Set and Achieve Your Goals

Approximately half of the U.S. population makes resolutions every New Year. – and less than eight percent of those that do, actually achieve them. It’s therefore arguable: resolutions don’t work. Goals, however, do… Continue reading

How to Attract Positivity

Positivity provides many benefits but can sometimes feel elusive when life’s stressors are constant. Here are six ways to ignore the distractions and attract positivity into your life.

What Is a Mala and How Do You Use One?

A mala is a set of beads and/or stones that are used by religions across the globe, including Hindus and Buddhists, when meditating or praying. Here’s more about them and how to use them.

Creating An Intention Tree

Here is what you will need: A tree jewelry stand. I got mine from Urban Outfitters Sculpey Clay, which you can find at any hobby or art store, or by clicking here Simple… Continue reading

Grandma Leila’s Caramels

Grandma Leila’s Caramels Combine the following in a saucepan: 1 cup white sugar 1 cup brown sugar 1 cup butter (must be actual butter) 1 cup agave nectar 1 cup heavy cream (plus… Continue reading

Afraid of Cashmere? Here’s How to Care For It

I have heard a lot of people say that they do not wear cashmere because they do not know how to care for it. No need to fear. Here’s what you do: Washing… Continue reading

Comfort & Joy Cashmere Sweater Scarves DIY or BUY

Are you tired of giving run of the mill gifts? Do the holidays stress you out because you are trying to get the perfect gift for everyone on your list? A short time… Continue reading

It’s Time for Pumpkin Cookies: Here is Our Recipe

Pumpkin Cookie Recipe By Becky Prater (Adapted by Peyton Prater to use a whole regular size can of pumpkin, which is 1.75 cups) Cream together well: 7/8 cup of butter 1 ¾ cup… Continue reading

150 Writing Prompts for Self-Discovery

By Becky Prater When I was in high school, I met a great man named Dr. Earl Reum. Dr. Reum gave inspirational speeches at schools and leadership events, impacting people at this critical… Continue reading

Journal Writing for Beginners

When I was in 6th grade, my “boyfriend,” Bob, gave me a diary with a key and birds on it. Adorable! I loved it and promptly began writing about all my troubles. Imagine… Continue reading