A Guide to Building with Wood

It’s a practice you perhaps see more commonly in North America, particularly in the United States, where people use a lot of wood as the main structural material for their sheds and even their houses. Brick-and-mortar buildings are becoming more of a preference among newer home owners, otherwise there are countless instances in which most of the older houses are almost completely built out of wood. Beyond it being a cost-saving practice, sometimes building with wood is more of a conscious choice of style than anything else, especially with regards to structures such s logwood homes and something like a cabin in the woods. Continue reading “A Guide to Building with Wood”


Pros and Cons of Some Cultural Exploration

The information age has given us a chance to explore human cultures all around the world in ways never dreamed of before. Not too long ago in the past, the only ways to explore a different culture were to physically go there. Now, we can preview almost anything by digital means before taking that leap into actual experience.

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Teaching Your Family Health & Safety Of The Senses

When you think of health and safety when it comes to your family, it’s likely your mind goes to eating right and wearing a helmet when you ride your bicycle. However, some of the most commonly overlooked things on the human body are your senses. If you have great vision, can hear when people talk to you, taste and smell your food, and feel another person’s touch, it’s pretty likely you spend most of your time taking these five senses for granted. But you shouldn’t.

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