Everyone knows the MythBusters so the hosts/creators of this YouTube channel, social media outlet, blog and podcast shouldn’t be new to you. Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman started this as an outlet for his enthusiasm for the DIY world of movie and comic props, it also features tech, science and really anything else that could interest Adam and his team at the time.

A little from the website about TESTED:

” Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage are champions of science and technology, who worked on special effects for seminal Hollywood films before teaming up ten years ago to educate and entertain millions of viewers around the world. Through the course of his 25 years of work in the effects industry, Jamie has had his hand in producing effects for over 800 commercials, dozens of feature films, and has built hundreds of prototypes. Adam has multiple hobbies and is passionate about restoring his vintage four-wheel drive vehicle, and researching and accruing new pieces for his movie prop collection. When not shooting shows or working on pet projects, Adam and Jamie travel the country to corporate events, museums, and colleges, for groups as small as 20 and as large as 20,000, telling tales of experiments, explosions, and hijinks. Tested is their home on the web.

Will Smith and Norman Chan launched Tested in 2010 as a place to share their interests and passions with the world. Will works to master many coffee brewing techniques, is learning novel and traditional cooking styles, and keeps trying to expand his dog’s vocabulary beyond 150 words. Norm loves learning new photography tricks, is fascinated by comic book and cosplay culture, and is still on the hunt for the perfect pair of headphones. Both Will and Norm are unabashed adult fans of LEGO. As the curators and producers of everyday stories and video on Tested, trust Will and Norm to bring the off-beat enthusiasm and pragmatic coverage that long-time Tested readers have come to expect, infused with Jamie and Adam’s sensibilities and hallmark inquisitiveness”


Almosts Makes Perfect

About Molly and her DIY blog:

“i’m molly. i spend my days working freelance as a designer and TV editor.

i named this blog because i could never do anything perfectly. EVER. it’s always been frustrating but i’ve learned to accept it, and learned that it’s part of the process. i’m too impatient to prime or let the paint dry all the way. i TRY to be super good at crafting. cooking. decorating. try being the operative word. i mess stuff up. you’ll see. but if you scroll way back to the beginning of the blog, i am clear proof that if you get your 10,000 hours in – you will get better! you’ll get frustrated, you might swear a bit and want to punch something, but you’ll get better.

there’s no fun in making things if you take yourself too seriously,
so be ok with messing up, ok?”


Paper & Stitch

From the about section: “Hey there. I’m Brittni Mehlhoff and I am the editor and founder of Paper & Stitch. I started this blog in 2008 to catalog my inspirations and now it’s my full time job. I write about DIY, home decor, fashion, small business, and more.”

A Beautiful Mess

Home Decor to suit your style and budget. A little from the two that started the site:

“Welcome to A Beautiful Mess! We’re Elsie Larson and Emma Chapman. We’re sisters. Together we own A Beautiful Mess, a women’s lifestyle company focused on creating happiness every day through a homemade lifestyle. On this blog we share home decor projects, recipes, and crafts, as well as bits of our life here in the Midwest”