So you wanna grow your own veggies, but you tend to be... super impatient. We get it. The good news is, you don't have to wait all summer to score homegrown greens for your dinner table. Here are our fave fast-growing vegetables you can harvest in less than two months.
Melissa Willis
Let’s be clear: knitting is a year-round sport, and we're in favor of always having a little something to stitch on no matter what the weather. But if that cabled wool sweater you were so gung-ho about when the snow was falling is suddenly making you sweat, these are the alternatives that'll keep you busy — and cool.
Long, lovely days mean... more time for painting! These seven projects are all about that easy summer vibe.
Hey beach bums, this one's for you. Whether you're craving some fun in the sun or just got back from the shores with a new shell collection in tow, painting watercolor seashells will instantly give you that toes-in-the-sand vibe.
Learn how to draft your own mermaid tail pattern so you can make the project for any size or age. You'll learn tips and tools for cutting stretch fabrics, discover no-stress sewing techniques and follow along with the basic construction techniques.
Learn basic swimsuit material sewing techniques and general tips for stretch fabrics while creating a fun mermaid tail. Perfect fun project for beginners and advanced sewists alike.
Amanda  Carestio
Amanda Carestio
Fire is the ultimate photo op, as anyone who's ever had a birthday cake with even a single candle on it will tell you.
Laurence Norah
There's little in life that's more satisfying than the crunch of fresh veggies grown right outside your door! Whether you're a gardening newbie or have a seasoned green thumb, raised beds are a great way to make that happen.
Meredith Skyer
Hear that? It's sunshine and fresh air calling your name! And there's no better pair than gorgeous weather and an outdoor yoga sesh. Get ready to "Om" with Mother Nature thanks to these nine expert tips.
Kristen Pope
It’s here! Summer is upon us, bringing picnics, barbecues, lazy dinners outside (in between water gun fights) and infinite inspiration with one simple stroll through the farmers' market. Seasonal summer foods are made for lazy cooks. And while I generally love cooking, I’d rather be outside enjoying the sun this time of year than standing at the hot stove creating elaborate meals.
Ashley Rodriguez
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