Been thinking about getting a new tattoo? Then this is the place to be! Today we would like to show you 23 cute small tattoos. A smaller piece of body art is perfect for those who are having a tattoo for the first time because you won’t be in the chair for too long, so you won’t be in as much pain. Not only that, but smaller tattoos can easily be covered up or shown off and they look super cute, too. We have designs for everyone from quotes, to beautiful birds and there are also some unusual ideas. Whether you are searching for your first tattoo or want a small design to fill in the gaps, there is a tattoo for you! Take a look!
1. Cute Small Seahorse Tattoo
The first tattoo that we have to show you features a super cute seahorse. For this design, a small seahorse has been tattooed on the ankle. This is a cute and pretty idea and it is perfect for those who love the adorable sea creatures. Keep it simple like this or you could add a splash of ...
Circumnavigate the peak that launched modern mountaineering in this 105 mile trek.
Mont Blanc, the tallest peak in the Alps, is iconic. Rising an impressive 15,774 feet above sea level, Mont Blanc's first ascent in 1786 marked the birth of modern mountaineering.
Today, the ascent is still challenging...but there's a less technical adventure nearby that is one of the world's best trekking routes -- the 105 mile Tour du Mont Blanc, which circumnavigates the Mt Blanc massif.
To learn more about a trek around this iconic mountain, we checked in with our friends at MT Sobek. MT Sobek has been leading adventurous trips around the globe for 50 years, so they know a thing or two about an unforgettable journey in the Alps. Here's what they love about trekking to...
Psst! Are you ready for an easy DIY project that’s perfect for the cooler weather months? Because, we are! Why not give no-sew fleece projects a try?
It might surprise you just how many things you can DIY as a no-sew fleece project! And they look fantastic! Why, look at some of these terrific scarf and hats we’ve found for you – whether you want to make one for a tiny tot or an adult, we’ve got a project just for you. We also had fun DIY dog toys to make out of fleece that are also no-sew. There are quite a few cozy pet beds, whether you have a Fido or a Fluffy that wants to cuddle up on one of them.
Lots of these ...
Although dogs are traditionally known as man’s best friend, there’s one pup out there who’s earned himself a different title: man’s best assistant. Recently, an adorable Dachshund was spotted in a car repair shop wearing an interesting little outfit. On what looks like a repurposed t-shirt with a zipper running down the back are several side pockets containing simple tools. From the looks of the released photographs, the dog sits patiently by a worker as he’s fixing a car and allows him to grab the tools when they’re needed.
While it’s presumed that this shop is located in Russia, not much more is known about the circumstances. And as cute as the images seem at first, they have many concerned about the Dachshund’s vulne...
I love a good beauty hack (but then again, who does’t?). From multipurpose products to household items that work just as well – if not better – than expensive store-bought products to application tricks that cut down on your getting ready time, beauty hacks are indispensable to a well-rounded, efficient beauty routine.
While we all have our go-to beauty tricks, here are 10 of the very best beauty hacks for hair, skin, and body:
1. Baby Powder isn’t just for babies. While baby powder has been widely used as a substitute for dry shampoo (a little on the scalp, rub in, flip, and go), it’s also an effective way to curb sweat – from underarms to between your legs (especially in hot ...
Sometimes love leaves you tongue tied, sometimes it leaves you speechless. Scroll through our cute love quotes here and find the perfect message to share with your loved one today. There’s topics about love at first sight to quotes about the madness of love and everything in between.
1. Markus Zusak on Boys Being Boys
“The only thing worse than a boy who hates you:...
Gardening is a great way to meet science standards, no matter what grade you teach. Whether you’re studying plant life cycle, botany, ecosystems, or something else, there are likely gardening projects out there to bring hands-on learning to your classroom. And there’s no experience required either.
For years, I’ve been writing about plants and gardening with kids, and I also do a lot of gardening with my own children. I know it can seem a bit involved to bring gardening into your classroom, but it doesn’t have to be. To give you some ideas, I’ve divided these classroom gardening ideas into three levels, from beginning gardener to green-thumb expert. I hope they inspire you to get gardening this month.
Level 1: Stick to the basics
You don’t have a lot of time to dedicate to a big plant or gardening project, but you’d love something creative to meet your science unit. Does this sound like you? Th...
Written by Marion Wijnberg
There is so much of our past that hasn’t made it into our history textbooks. And there are multiple sides to the common historical events we were taught in school. While some events have been long forgotten, our understanding of our past is broadened by looking at historical events from a fresh perspective. The collection of photographs shown here offer us a unique glimpse into the past.
You build on failure. You use it as a stepping stone. Close the door on the past. You don't try to forget the mistakes, but you don't dwell on it. You don't let it have any of your energy, or any of your time, or any of your space.
These words were made famous by none other than Johnny Cas...
Edith Steiner, a Jewish woman who survived the Holocaust, and John Mackay, the Scottish Soldier that saved her. They were married July 17th, 1946, and will be celebrating their 73rd wedding anniversary this year!
A romance story for the ages if ever there were one. After rescuing a group of Jewish survivors from Auschwitz the Allied troops put together a dance in a local hall that was attended by both soldiers and survivors. Among the attendees were Edith, then known as Eci, and John Mackay. While the two never met while he was helping her out of the camp, they did spend the evening dancing.
While Edith grew up in Hungary, she and John continued seeing each other before marrying and building a life for themselves in Dundee, Sco...