Netelle Silver

Netelle Silver

Mothering, teaching, doTerra essential oils, meditating, laughing....lots of laughing!
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gluten free flours substitution and flavor guide

gluten free flours substitution and flavor guide There are so many gluten free flour substitutions. I can't wait to try them all and see which work best.

My father-in-law and his family came to the US from Austria-Hungary when he was 7. The whole area has changed since then.

This map shows the two sides of the world. The central powers were Germany Austria Hungary and Turker, and the allied powers were France Russia Serbia Italy and England. Lots of other countries got involved, because the war needed support

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There are just so many good infographics and interactives out there that I’ve begun a new semi-regular feature called “Infographics & Interactives Galore.” You can see others at A Collection Of…

These pictures represent the four main causes of WW1 More

Nationalism was NOT a cause for World War That's propaganda shoved down our throats by globalists. United States was strongly nationalistic at the time but held an isolationist stance. Thus US did not enter the war for three years. Learn your history!

Silkworm and I picked up these paint chips with another idea in mind, which we'll revisit in the near future, but upon reading the names of ...

Silkworm and I picked up these paint chips with another idea in mind, which we& revisit in the near future, but upon reading the names of .

Good to remember!

As a writer, your job is to torture your readers with tension. The fun of fiction is anticipation, and if your story doesn't have it your readers won't stick around. Here are 3 ways you might be killing your story's tension and losing readers.

It's like giving your characters a goal, and then placing blocks in their path to kep them from achieving their goals. without it, your story 'saps'

Is your story dragging? Learn 5 strategies for increasing your story's tension to keep readers flying through the pages!