This episode Summer and Joanna discuss hot cocoa bombs (#accidentalcheese), the shows they’re currently watching, and their top 5 fictional pets.
The start of a new year is the perfect time to reflect on what we want to focus on in our lives. One great way to find that focus and carry it into the new year is to make a vision board! In this guide, the Iggle Wellness team will give you some tips on choosing a goal or intention you want to focus on, and making it real in the form of your own 2021 new years vision board.
In a year where many have turned to various forms of gaming to pass the time and keep entertained. Since we’re approaching the holiday season, the IggleGamers crew put together a gift guide for the gamer in your life! Whether playing board games with the family, mashing buttons on their favorite console, or a virtual D&D session, there are many options for gift-giving!
Charge up your earbuds! Coming to you on Thursday, December 3rd, is Tampon Rock! A production of Anthem Originals for iHeart Podcast Network, Tampon Rock is a scripted series fusing story, music, and comedy. Creators Alysia Brown, Sarah Aument, and Sophie Dinicol bring elements of their own experience and lend their voices to this podcast featuring LGBTQ characters.
No matter the weather outside or your holiday of choice, a common theme for this season is the theme of hope. More than ever, we need some hope that things will get better (and they will!). Nothing represents hope more than stars, those little pinpricks of light against the darkness of space. So, our project for this month is a simple embroidered starry night sky!
I recently had an opportunity to chat with a fellow podcaster and snail mail enthusiast John of The Stationery Orbit! We talked all things snail mail, stationery, and the things we geek out about! You can check out the podcast episode here (Episode 14 of The Stationery Orbit). To keep the conversation going (as pen pals are wont to do), I asked John if we could keep chatting here.
This episode Summer and Joanna discuss cosy comforts, connecting with friends, and sourdough starter. Topics this week include Lovecraft Country, customized playlists, burning candles & incense, and top 5 comfy cozy things.
On this episode of Charm Bomb, Joanna and Summer of Geek Girl Pen Pals talk about Halloween and how time has lost all sense of meaning.
Decomposers are an important part of the circle of life, but a part that we don’t often like to talk about. Vermiculture opens the door to demystify the deconstruction process through the disposal of food waste and creates nutrient rich compost to plant in to begin the cycle again. The best part is that it is easy and cheap to set up and requires very little maintenance for a great reward!
Over millennia, some plants have adapted toxins into their structures as a protective evolution. These toxins act as a deterrent, sometimes a fatal one, for the animals that eat these plants. But in the same way that a rose makes a lovely addition to a garden, despite its thorns, there are a plethora of poisonous plants that bring beauty to a plot, despite their danger. You may find that you already have some of these plants in your own spaces!
We asked our staff and activity leaders what they love about Halloween. Check out their answers in their own words below! […]
Though the modern take on Halloween is more commercial than ever, the current festivities can find their roots in the older celebrations from which the holiday as we know it was born. Let’s learn more about the history of Halloween and where it all began.
Unwind with a witchy guided meditation from IggleWellness! A cup of tea, a pile of books, and a feline familiar - this cosy cottage has everything a witch could need for a relaxing evening. You can listen to the meditation or read the transcript below.
Get ready because we are going to take a trip to Spooky Town! This Halloween cake recipe will be the centerpiece of your spooky gathering! We'll be starting with the dark chocolate cake, then adding ganache filling, with purple and black chantilly frosting, and finishing off with skulls and bloody bones.