There is a hunger in the world today.
People are growing tired of living in a throw-away society.
But everywhere they turn, they see more of the same – shoddy workmanship, cheap materials, faulty designs. Nothing is made to last anymore.
There is a way to get off the treadmill of living this way.
It is the way our great-grandparents, and their grandparents before them, lived.
We can make a better life for ourselves by returning to many of the skills that we, as a society, have forgotten over time.
We can make things with pride in their construction. We can make things that last. We can fix things that break. And, by consuming fewer “throw-away” items, we can save money for the things that truly matter in our lives.
Vacations with our families.
Experiences the children will remember the rest of their lives.
We can live in a more sustainable manner, using up fewer of the earth’s resources.
We can have a better quality of life.
Even if you think you aren’t creative, you can learn these skills. I started learning when I was three – and believe me, if a three year old can do this, you can, too!
Come explore with me, as you learn to Make It With Pam!