Master Bathroom Reveal

After two and a half, what felt like forever, months our master bathroom remodel is finished! (Although in retrospect, that's really not that long...but hot dang it felt endless while it was going … [Read more...]

6 Reasons You Need the RemoteLync {giveaway}

If you've been around a while, you might remember that I'm kinda passionate about emergency preparedness.  Don't worry, I'm not a Doomsdayer worried about a Zombie Apocalypse, but when you have a … [Read more...]

Instagram isn’t the whole story, but it’s still the story.

Social media has this uncanny way of being both inspiring and deflating. So often I see the quote floating around saying "the problem with social media is that you are comparing your behind the … [Read more...]

Habitat for Humanity, Twitter, Prizes, and P&G

Happy Sunday friends! You know that one of my most favoritest things in the whole wide world is when companies use their influence and their brand to Do Good.  It's something I'm always on the … [Read more...]

Baby Girl Garden Shower

My friend Tracy was pregnant (and I say was because she's since had her baby, because slacker blogger) with her 7th child. Not because the distinction matters, but four of her children are … [Read more...]

Curls for Dayyyyzzzz.

The funny thing is that my curly hair has only been wound into ringlets the last few years. Minus, of course, the unfortunate year in the early 90's when the poodle tight perm was in style.  In … [Read more...]

Special Olympics 2015

    I've been dying to share about our experience at the Special Olympics, but between Life and then my website being hacked...and then hacked again...I'm woefully behind. In any … [Read more...]

Sunday Smiles

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Navy and White Kitchen Cabinet Painting

  Well hello there strangers! I've emerged from the abyss of zero blogging. While it's been crickets around this space, I've been just as active (maybe more so) on Instagram...and even … [Read more...]

Reluctant Reader, Kindles, & FreeTime Unlimited

As a lover of books myself, it has come as a great source of disappointment that my oldest, at a whopping 7 years old, has little to no interest in reading. I suppose it would be like Michael … [Read more...]