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It has been about 4 years since I did my first Holly Gerth book review. (I hope my reviewing skills have grown). You will find my review of the original book, You’re Already Amazing, HERE. For this review I will … Continue reading
This is just a quick and easy post for you to check out. I had grabbed a photo with my phone while eating at Cracker Barrel a while back. I was having a “bored” moment and thought I would play … Continue reading
From our home to yours. I know this holiday is not a real holiday. Its more of a “Hallmark card” holiday for people to go out and spend hard earned money on items at a store. But it doesn’t have … Continue reading
(affiliate links to Tropical Traditions) (recipes coming soon, sorry none in this post) There has been lots of talking about DIY laundry soap. I first tried this about 5 years ago. I have a recipe that I purchased cheaply from … Continue reading
Just wanted to say a quick Happy Ground Hogs Day to you all! (photo found on Pinterest click HERE) I have some great posts coming soon with lots of DIY projects to catch up on. I have to get all … Continue reading
Have you ever lost your passion for something you love to do? I love writing. I wrote a lot on my old blog that was focused on homeschooling and reviews. Then I started this blog because I wanted to step … Continue reading
Here is a project I did in the fall. My husband picked up an old set of table and chairs from a neighbor. I mostly wanted the chairs, not the table. So I am reusing the table legs for a … Continue reading
Life has been busy the last 2 weeks. All my postings were put on hold. I don’t mind. I had more important matters to focus on. We still haven’t put up a tree and we usually do that the week … Continue reading
Since I am showcasing my mantle for Christmas, I thought I would show the progression of my fireplace. When we moved in our fireplace was the big ugly elephant in the room. It was dark. The brick was dark and … Continue reading