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  1. Hobbies
    I'd have to say sewing. It was a required course in home economics. Once I was married, the first craft I learnt was knitting.
  2. Quilting
    I've learnt there is a teacher inside of me. I want to teach quilting to others. I want to give them a gift that will last them a last them a lifetime and one they can pass down from generation to generation. I've learnt I love simple things. The simpler the pattern, the more I love the...
  3. Health and beauty
    Its so important that we take care of our health right from a very young age. Its so important we don't wait until we getting older to begin to take care of our health and although its never too late to start, its far better to start young. I've learnt that worry and stress can cause more...
  4. Health and beauty
    I've just launched a thread over in Homestead Gardens on this subject with all my best stuff that has helped me pull up and out of thyroid problems, allergies, fatigue and a form of allergic arthritis. Bringing back energy levels, dealing with chronic auto immune problems, thyroid etc -...
  5. Homesteading and gardening
    I've learnt a lot over the past week in our renovating project. Just thought I'd give everyone some tips. - Always make sure you have the floor covered with more than just cardboard when taking down plaster. It goes through everything, right down to the main floor. I have white dust...
  6. Third Agers
    or would they listen to you should you give the advice? I've learnt so much over the years and yet when I want to help our older kids so they don't make the same mistakes, they laugh and hardly listen. They want to do their own thing rather than take advise and so I let them. Its...
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