You’ve got to see the glittering homes at this famous Christmas-y neighborhood.
Take a look at this video featuring toy aficionado who has collected 5,000 pieces and is still ocunting!
The country’s premier design and lifestyle event mounts its 64th edition on October 19 to 22 with the theme “Objects Matter.”
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Look around your house—particularly in your pantry—and find some possible containers for your plants. Now you’re off to a good start on your urban farming.
No ground to raise a garden? Here’s how to start growing your plants in containers and how to create nutrient-rich garden soil especially if you live in the concrete jungle.
So now we have an idea of what we want our urban farm to look, smell, feel, taste, and sound like. It is time to examine the small patch of unpaved earth we have.
It’s time to bring out your cameras and strike your best FB profile pic pose with the premier state university’s famous plate-sized sunny blooms.
There’s a sense of delight in being surrounded by lively herbs and spice plants in your home; but there’s even more happiness in knowing that it’s actually easy to set up your little urban farm and grow your own nutritious food.
How can the Year of the Water Dragon work well for you? Bathe in pomelo leaves water, serve kiat-kiat and candies, give ‘ang pao,’ and other rituals you can do for year-long good luck.
Of all the 12 animal signs in Chinese astrology, the Dragon is said to symbolize power and strength. But it is precisely because of this nature that will push exciting transformations in 2012.
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