Buildawhale Curation Digest 02/09/18
Sweet Africa (part 2)
-=- The @buildawhale team likes to show off the talent of steem users. Not just the ones who use @buildawhale. This post by @fathin-shihab is one of those finds. Here she shows us a delicious looking chocolate and caramel candy bar that she made from scratch and how to do it your self. If you have a sweet-tooth you may just have to make one of these. -=-
Woman Portrait Sketch (Original Art)
-=- @kaylinart has been sharing her art with us since 2016 on steemit. Today we get to see her process of sketching a portrait. Everyone has a different process when it comes to art. But I think that one can learn a lot from how she handles the pencil. Eyes have always been something difficult for me to get the right shape and definition, but she nails it. -=-
The Importance of Saying Sorry
-=- In this post @steemero writes about the word "Sorry" and its meaning. Some people just refuse to use it at all. Especially in relationships. Who wants to admit to being wrong. Then there are those who use it too much. He writes how being the first in a situation to be the one to say this magic word is the strongest. -=-
i ♥ Travel - The City of Gentle People
-=- In this travel series by @dawnsheree, we see Dumaguete, or the "City of Gentle People." This city of the Philippines broken down into its history, festivals and university. Worth checking out and imaging you are there. -=-
Steemit API + Python: Calculate Your Steemit Spending!
-=- I have loved @makerhacks ever since I discovered his posts on steem-python. He is sharing his experiences and the processes of learning this library for python as he experiences it himself. In this particular post he shares some code to calculate what he was spending promoting and whether the post payouts makes up for this spending. -=-
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