My 3-year-old daughter loves the Nerdy Nummies YouTube channel. It's a baking show with a bubbly host who makes a different pop-culture themed treat every week. I like that she is watching a show about a real person making stuff (instead of yet another cartoon), and it even inspires us to do projects in real life. I am looking for recommendations for similar shows, but for other types of projects she would like, such as papercrafts or painting. [more inside]
In transition, need some ideas of what to do with my life. As a job, as a business, whatever: what can this artsy nomadic person who can't fit a boundary do for love and profit? [longpost is looooong] [more inside]
How do you stay with and build upon those "moments of realization/inspiration?" [more inside]
What neat things might I do with 31 bowling balls? [more inside]
I have some ideas I want to bring to fruition. Is it best to focus on each one at a time until I either complete it or go as far as I can go with it? Or is it better to schedule my time so I work on each of them a little each day and move them all forward at once?
I feel like I'm in a bit of a rut! I'm looking for a number of new projects, skills, and interesting things that I can learn or work on. [more inside]
Looking for a website where users can get together, share/critique new ideas, and volunteer to collaborate on new projects.
Are there any sites out there for organizing people to work on collaborative projects or new ideas? [more inside]
2007 has been a year of nothing. How can I make 2008 a year to remember? [more inside]