Biologically speaking, we all have our own scent. Sometimes it smells reminiscent to roses and other times itâ€™s eerily similar to three-year-old mustard. Evolving from our natural odor to something fruity, woodsy, spicy, or even citrusy, youâ€™ll customize your own fragrance in this perfumery class. How does timber orange smell? Or maybe your fragrance should include a spruce of ginger? Thatâ€™s up to you. Whatever it is, itâ€™ll be a scentsational.
Did you finally step up and buy a real camera? No more camera phone and Instagram. To eliminate the â€œbutton-pressingâ€ phase and hasten your route to amateur photography, youâ€™ll need to uncover the fundamentals of photography: exposure, aperture, depth, and balance settings. Itâ€™s no easy task to capture Kodak moments. It takes time, practice, and a lot of luck.
Whatâ€™s that in the air? Itâ€™s a bird! Itâ€™s a plane! Wait, itâ€™s just Jimmy flying across the ceiling. Dangling from the sky and thrusting yourself from bar-to-bar, youâ€™ll build a foundation on the trapeze. Like Cirque du Soleil, youâ€™ll garner momentum-based skills to traverse through a room without ever falling to the ground. By the end youâ€™ll soar...or be sore.
How many people does it take to tango? Really, itâ€™s gotta be more than two. Maybe twelve or fifteen? Actually, it only takes one (and a body pillow). Mastering the classic, Argentine dance, youâ€™ll turn heads as you glide across the dance floor. And it wonâ€™t be because of the Jasmine, your screen-printed pillow.
Flatten and crank. Simple process but way too much work for the average home cook. But no need to be alfredo. If youâ€™ve never had homemade pasta, you knead it now. Interrupt your daily rotini and create a scrumptious assortment of pastas from three-cheese ravioli to tagliatelle. Itâ€™s too good to pass up. Do you see where weâ€™re spahettinâ€™ at?