This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #ScrubCloth #CollectiveBias Growing up, my grandmother never liked to have anything on her kitchen counter tops, so I’m pretty sure that’s where my love of clean counter tops originated. I try to have mine cleared off as much as
It’s hard to believe that we are already in July. So, with half of the year already behind us and we are still eight weeks away from the start of the busy back-to-school push and slide to the holiday season, I thought it would be nice to take this month to slow down and focus on
I have been compensated by Glucerna for this post; however, I am sharing my own thoughts. All opinions are my own.Talk with your health care provider about a diabetes management plan that’s right for you. #GlucernaHungerSmart #CollectiveBias For the past year I have been on journey to live a healthier, more vibrant life. My
Hello again, friends. If you’ve been following along, you know that last year I read Marie Kondo’s international best-seller The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up, and each week this month I will be sharing with you nine ways the KonMari Method has helped to improve the organization and quality of life in my home over the past year. Last week
Hello again, everyone! It’s hard to believe another month is almost at an end. But before we say adieu to April I wanted to share with you all some of what I’ve been lovin’ this April. Food: Homemade BBQ Sauce from Scratch Mommy. Homemade Applesauce and 10 way to enjoy it from Yummy Inspirations.
It was around this time last Spring when I first heard about Marie Kondo, a Japanese organizing consultant, from friends who spoke her praises in an almost religious zeal. They described her methods as transformative. My friends stated her method was nothing short of life-changing. They each described how they’d transformed their lives, homes, businesses, and marriages.
Hello again, friends. For the past three weeks I have documented the numerous items my family no longer lives with as minimalists in my post The 100 Things I No Longer Own as a minimalist, The 100 More Things I No Longer Own as a minimalist, and 100 Additional Items I No Longer Own as a
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #Wisk60 #CollectiveBias Laundry is unavoidable. Especially in my home, where it’s done every day. And never did I aspired to seek the title of the Lady of the Laundry, but after working from home for the past five years I’ve
Picture a place. A place where each room was filled to capacity with piles of things. Some lovely. Some not. Lots of laundry needing to be folded, magazines thrown about, piles of papers in abundance, mail collecting by your doorway, and kitchen counters covered with belongings, most of which were from who knows where. A time when
Hello again, friends. For the past two weeks I have documented the numerous items my family no longer lives with as minimalists in my post The 100 Things I No Longer Own as a minimalist and The 100 More Things I No Longer Own as a minimalist. In each post I discussed that my end goal for