I don’t like being wasteful or spending excess money so I came up with this great idea for reusable Produce Bags. A lot of us already use reusable grocery bags so why not also stop using those plastic bags for produce and start using these DIY reusable produce bags. I made these bags a few months ago, then I saw a grocery store selling something similar last week. They were around $10 for 3 bags. I prefer to take a few minutes and make them for pennies though.
There are many people who live paycheck to paycheck, but it’s often due to different circumstances: job loss, under paid for position, student loans, medical bills, living beyond their means. Whatever the reason, the results can still be the same- not enough money at the end of the month!
I’m going to try to change your thinking in this post. No matter how much or how little you make, everyone can save a little money day to day and hopefully have money at the end of the month.
Are you looking for a quick and inexpensive project? These Rope Wrapped Vases are made at a fraction of the cost of similar ones found in stores.
I like making changes to my house every season. Even small changes can make a big difference. Change a couple throw pillows, bring in some nature, paint something a different color, or add something new. It doesn’t have to cost a lot of money but it’s something that will bring you joy every time you look at it. Check magazines and catalogs for your inspiration.
I had chalk paint powder and wax for a long time before trying it. Why? Because I had never painted with chalk paint or used wax on anything before. I was so intimidated to try it. One day I just decided to jump in and get this small table painted. In this post I’m going to be sharing my tips on How to Paint and Wax Furniture. I love how it turned out and can’t wait to paint more pieces.
Do your kids like to read? Do they read several books at one time? I have 8 kids and have been fortunate that most of them like to read. For the most part it wasn’t much of a struggle to fit in their daily reading when they were younger. In elementary school they were lucky that most of their teachers had a reading center where they could experiment with finding the types of books they enjoyed reading.
The school and public libraries have also been an excellent way for them to find what they are interested in reading. With all those borrowed books we would loose a lot of bookmarks. I made these free printable bookmarks several years ago and decided to share them with you.
I’m sharing my favorite tips for traveling with kids by car or plane. My husband and I have always enjoyed traveling even when we could only afford small weekend trips. It’s always been important for us to create experiences for our children and family. We love reminiscing about our shared experiences together.
A little front porch with nothing on it and a plain white door doesn’t scream welcome to my home. How can you look at tulips and not think of Spring and all the beauty of the season? This Monogram Tulip Wreath is a great way to welcome guests to your home all Spring and even into Summer. The bonus is that it takes less than 30 minutes to make.
Several years ago I taught classes on decorating and organizing. It was a fun gig and I learned that I really enjoy teaching and sharing home ideas. I love helping others feel comfortable in their decorating style. And guess what? You don’t have to follow the trends or do what anyone else is doing. You can do your own thing! Here are some general ideas for you to think about as you are accessorizing and decorating your home. Above all, it should feel cozy and welcoming to your family.