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Living the DIY Life: Week of November 10 - 16

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In case you missed our announcement on Monday, DIY Life is currently looking for new writers. If you or someone you know is interested in writing for our little website (and getting paid for it), feel free to drop us a line.

In other news, we're less than a week away from T-Day... can you believe that?! It seemed like Halloween was only last week! Before you know it, it'll be Christmas, then 2008 will roll around, then Valentine's Day will be here, then it will time to gear up for the 2009 holiday season, then the US will celebrate 250 years since the signing of the Declaration of Independence, and then I'll be dead.

Sheesh. Maybe we should slow down a bit and take some time to stop and smell the roses. To that end, here are some of our favorite posts from the last week... in case you missed them on the first go-round:

Here are DIY Life's top three most viewed stories for the past week (I think the secret is to start the title with a number):

  1. 20 cool ways to reuse old pantyhose
  2. 10 Handmade holiday ornaments to deck your halls
  3. 10 handy uses for coffee filters

And a final reminder: since winter-like weather has been slow in coming to most parts of the US, there's still time to winterize your roses. M.E. shows you how.

What new and exciting things will we learn next week? Only time, and your continued readership, will tell.

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