Ok, so this may be one of my dumbest ideas yet, but here we go. This project – though it can hardly even be called that – started because of one simple problem: my G-Shock watch, which I have worn nearly every day since I got it in September of 2015 on my 13th birthday, […]Read more "G-Shock Restoration"
If you’re like me (which, for your sake, I hope you are not), you own and frequently use knives. Now, that’s all well and good, but what happens when your much-loved-but-somewhat-uncared-for knife needs a sharpening? After all, you can’t do anything with a dull blade. Well, you could just go out and buy a knife sharpener, but where’s […]Read more "How To Make a Knife Sharpener"
Yet another one of my hare-brained schemes? Woohoo! This one came about because I was staring absent-mindedly at a pop-tab on a ginger-ale can, and a little voice in the back of my head said, ‘Hey, this would make a great bottle opener!’. Yeah. Sometimes I confuse even myself. So without further ado, let’s get […]Read more "Pop-Tab Bottle Opener"
… … … Yeah, I have no idea either. Basically, the story behind this one is I got to wondering (always a bad thing) how scissors worked. Eventually I realised that the cutting was not due to sharpness, but to the shear force of the blades against each other. That’s why, if you look at […]Read more "Wooden Scissors?"
In case you hadn’t noticed (in which case you obviously haven’t seen most of the articles on this here blog), I like knives. Especially fixed-blade knives (that is, knives that don’t fold). But a fixed-blade is no good if you can’t toss it in a bag without ruining everything else you put in there. Solution? […]Read more "How to Make a Sheath"
Hello again! After an entire month of inactivity (mostly due to laziness and Spring Break) I’m back with another food-related article. So, let’s get to it! In my opinion, tea is one of the joys of life. In fact, I love it so much I have a giant thermos flask that can hold almost a […]Read more "How to Make Cold-Brew Tea"
Now, I can’t cook. I’m working on it (and I make a mean omelette), but anything much harder is beyond me. So imagine my delight when I discovered how to make meringues! In case you don’t know, a meringue is simply a mix of egg and sugar, beaten and baked into crispy perfection. But what […]Read more "How to Make Easy Meringues"