I have been a writer since Highschool. My teacher used to use the papers I wrote as an example "How To" It was all very embarrassing back then, but now I have grown to appreciate her for doing it. She often told me she would one day see my name in print. I hope she has.
I used to write for newspapers and even did a stint as an associated editor/writer/photographer for a well known women's motorcycle magazine. Health issues has caused me to give that up and I have turned to the web as a way to continue my writing career.
I write for several different sites, and plan to have many articles on this one as well. I hope you enjoy my articles and will return often to check in and say hello!
Written by: Puppyluv6
Everyone wants well behaved and obedient dogs. Tricks teach obedience while still having fun. Plus, they are a great way to show off what a wonderful dog you have!
Sure you may be able to get your dog to not rip the treats out of your hand the minute you open the bag, but this trick will teach them even more patience. This is going to teach them how to have a treat put on their nose and leave it...
Written by: mjmetz
Like many tasks, there's a number of ways to dice an onion and get the job done. This is the quickest and least wasteful method favored by food service professionals.
1. Prepare your equipment. Your cutting board should be clean and dry and positioned on a solid surface. Sharpen your knife if needed before use.
2. Slice off both ends of the onion using your knife. The ends of the onion are the spots where the roots and the greens were attached before the onion was picked from the ground.