I was curious about the toe shoe crave that’s going around. I have not been pro barefoot since a child so this was a big change. The move in my life to be more primitive and paleo-esque however led me to them. So while kicking around the Idea I came across a pair of Filia Skeletoes in a thrift store for $14. I tried them on and the fit like a glove…and were in my favorite colors too.
Today I’m going to talk about Cheat Day. What is cheat day? One day out of the week I break my strict paleo diet and go hog-wild. In the past I’ve always eventually broke the diet and then getting back on from an unplanned diet is hard. The guilt associated with breaking from the diet is terrible too. So now I plan for it. There are some very good reasons why you should too. I’ll also tell you how taking breaks from most things brings you back with a stronger passion.
After a week or so of testing I’m going to review my work Sharp tool and knife Sharpener (WSKTS).
When you get a Work sharp it comes with the WSKTS,instruction manual, DVD, guides and two sets of abrasive belts. It comes with a guide for kitchen knives and one that does most other knives, scissors and the back of a serrated knife. There is no guide for sharpening a scandi grind blade however. Scandi’s are the easiest to sharpen though. And I’ll be experimenting on sharpening a mora on the WSKTS without a guide to see if it can be done.
How many of you do laundry? How many of you pinch pennies? How many of you want to combine those two pastimes into one brilliant idea?! Homemade Laundry Detergent! Yes!
I cannot remember the last time I bought detergent, but it wasn’t cheap. Long ago I went on a mission to figure out what I could make myself to save us money, and this was at the top of my list. Two boxes of powder and a bar of soap later, I had a slimy, goopy mess. But boy does it clean!
*There are a million and one ways to do this. We originally came across this on the Duggar’s family website, and since I have seen at least a dozen recipes with the same basic ingredients.*
Just a quick link today to a guy that has saved me tons of money. About a year ago I heard about a guy making his shaving razors last SIX MONTHS! At the price replacements are selling for I figured I’d give it a shot.
The basic premise is to take an old pair of blue jeans and run the blade along it 20 times up and 20 times down. This essential hones the blade before every shave. Also you want to try to dry the razor off as much as possible after each shave to prevent rusting.
Here’s the link to the Instructable with a video. Check it out and enjoy the savings.