Our house is very cozy (that is, tiny) and our daughter has an insane amount of energy. That’s potentially a bad combo.
As we approach the colder months, our outdoor playtime will decrease, and I am ever-so-happy that we converted our dining room into a playroom earlier this year.
We had to ge
I love being organized. It’s just getting there that’s the problem. Once I am organized, I can manage to maintain it (for awhile at least).
With the new year fast approaching, I’m starting to think about resolutions. Reorganizing is one of them. While the actually process of organizing can wait
I love finding the perfect gift for someone on my Christmas list. Better yet, I love making it.
Here are 12 DIY Christmas gifts that I am planning to make for friends and family this year. I have quite a lot of crafting to do before Christmas and am excited to get started this weekend!
Winter is officially here, and I am not loving the cold. But I am loving the excuse to break out my favorite hot chocolate recipe and cozy up with a hot cup of cocoa.
This hot chocolate is creamy and rich and full of real ingredients. When served with goodnessknows snack squares, it’s the perfect
When my friend Alicia told me that making your own mistletoe is easy, I didn’t believe her. But when she walked me through her tutorial, I was shocked!
It really is so easy!
This DIY mistletoe craft is so easy to create, and it’s the perfect Christmas decoration for your home or to give as
The holidays encompass some of my favorite things. To name a few: spending time with friends and family, the smell of a Christmas tree in the house, Christmas lights everywhere, and getting fun mail (not postcards from the local car dealership).
I also love sending fun mail. Over the past f
Autumn might just be the perfect season.
The air is comfortable but crisp enough to make you want to put on a cozy sweater, and you can find inspiration all around you – the changing leaves, acorns, pinecones, more acorns, bare branches, and even more acorns (at least in my yard).
After every holiday meal growing up, my mom would pull out her crafting boxes, and my cousins and aunts and I would create. Some years we made ornaments. Some years we made snowmen. A lot of years, we just let our imaginations run wild and created whatever we wanted.
So when Gold Peak® Tea asked
Sometimes, when I look at social media, it is clear that I am a total and absolute failure at pretty much everything in life.
I don’t include notes in my kids’ lunch boxes.
I don’t have a laundry system (unless you count barely getting it washed and dried and then having it sit a