Cheri Hat from Peachy Knits (it's crocheted though--not knitted)
300 Clothing Labels for $20 from See Kate Sew
The Scarf with No Ends from Nifty Thrifty Things
Chicken Lombardy Recipe from Cozy Home Scenes
PlayDough at Kitchen Counter Chronicles
Soft Pretzels at While He Was Napping
Yarn Egg Wreath at The Sweet Survival
And a few helpful hints gained from recent reading of Reader's Digest:
If you're tired of trying to find the end of the duct tape or packing tape roll, stick a paperclip where you left off, and it will be a piece of cake the next time.
This Vacu Vin Pineapple Slicer ($8.57 at amazon.com) comes highly recommended. Apparently it completely separates the fruit from the peel/shell and slices it all into rings, just by twisting.
For salads, the kitchn.com suggests skipping the garlic in your vinaigrette and instead rubbing the bowl with a peeled clove of garlic. It provides a pleasant background note of garlic throughout the salad. (I wonder if it matters whether you use a metal, glass, or wood bowl.)
I'm not currently job hunting, but if I were to update my resume, I would do well to eliminate the words Extensive experience, Innovative, Motivated, Results-oriented, Dynamic, Proven track record, Fast-paced, Problem solver, and Entrepreneurial. These nine words/phrases are the the most used (and therefore over-used) resume phrases according to LinkedIn.
You can find a wealth of college courses and lectures that can be listened to online for free. Here's a link that gives more information. Additionally, some good places to go for free classes include: iTunes U, Academic Earth (academicearth.org), YouTubeEDU (youtube.com/education), The Einztein Knowledge Network (einztein.org), Khan Academy (khanacademy.org), and Open Culture (openculture.com)
And there you have it. Talk about a Random Sampler!