I tend to increasingly ride my e-bike these days, but I have three bike bags. And that’s a problem.
The ADU (the “cottage,” as the guest house has gotten to be known) has a giant kitchen silverware drawer. And it has a big mess in the corner that’s just a clump of binder clips (“chip clips” and the like), rubber bands, and twist-ties. It’s just a big ol’ mess. If you need a clip … Continue reading A Laser-Cut Drawer Organizer
I have been absolutely inundated with ads for at least one (and I think multiple) Tarot-Journal Kickstarter projects. The central theme behind all of these ads is thus: you back the kickstarter and, if successful, they send you a tarot deck, a set of small rubber stamps, an ink pad, and a special daily journal … Continue reading (Re-)Making a Tarot Journal
My previous blog post was about a Drink Tally that affixes to the front-face of my home bar. That’s great, but very specific to my setup. I reworked it into a second design that fits in a small space on a countertop. The concept is the same: using two coins, two people can track their … Continue reading Drink Tally: Micro Edition
Many days I’ll have a drink or two between dinner and bed. My go-to drink — some variation on a whiskey and soda — is one I tend to make at half-strength, so I might have more of those. But some nights, I’ll get engrossed in binging a TV show or watching a great movie … Continue reading The Drink Tally
Much like the Hex Math Cheat Sheet, this is more of a “note to self” post. I use a lot of mason jars. Storage, projects, drinking glasses. I have various custom lids, and a few I’ve glass-etched. They’re all wide-mouth, but I can hardly remember which is which size. So I made a quick cheat-sheet … Continue reading Mason Jar Size Cheat Sheet
One of the cats now takes pills twice a day. Some need to be quartered and some need to be halved. I end up making four days of pills at once and stash them in one of those pill box organizers you’d expect an old man to be using. (Well, technically, he’s getting to be … Continue reading Quick Build: Pill Bottle Organizer
I fed a few prompts into a cocktail-themed AI, then tried the (mixed) results.
The “poker chip” rack of hexagonal Sabacc chips went through several revisions before becoming the refined version you saw in a previous post.
This is one in a series of blog posts about Sabacc: There are several variants to the card game of Sabacc. For some reason (well, I assume to fit them into the box of cards), the rules are printed in fine print on little fan-fold sheets. Reading them causes a bit of eye strain. Additionally, … Continue reading Sabacc Rule Cheat Sheets