Inspired by the popular blog of the same name, "Things I Want to Punch in the Face" takes aim at the things that chap Jennifer Worick's hide, from old-guy ponytails to shoeless households, naked pregnancy portraits to man caves, Renaissance faires to people who don t believe in TV.
The college years are a time of noble pursuit of knowledge, self-bettermentand unending peril Students are at risk from the moment they receive their acceptance letters.
Forget Joan of Arc and Britney Spears. It continues to be Nancy Drew who delights and inspires young girls everywhere
Whether you have a great relationship with your family or are separated by distance or differences, there is so much more to learn about one another. Here is a handbook on how to forge better family relationships by initiating more interesting conversations and creating an online means of communication.
Heartfelt + handmade = the perfect gift. In Simple Gifts," Jennifer Worick offers step-by-step instructions for creating easy and inspired handmade gifts that won t break the bank. Learn how to stitch a wine bag for your favorite foodie, sew pajama pants for a tried-and-true friend, roast coffee beans for an office pal, or felt a ring for your sweetheart.
Frontier fun meets a home-spun touch in this heart-warming mixture of pioneer projects and wistful nostalgia. Jennifer Worick teaches readers how to sew a quilt, master the art of bread-and-butter pickles, speak old-time slang, and much much more. This is for the legions of Laura Ingalls Wilder fans who have dreamed of what a pioneer life out on the prairie would be like.