Luggage Ribbon

Traveling tip – that I have been meaning to post for awhile now and finally remembered. Tie a piece of ribbon to your luggage. It makes it a lot easier to find when it’s mixed in with other luggage, like on the airport baggage carousel. Don’t have ribbon?  Try washi … keep reading

Shoe Shelf to Pop Shelf

My kitchen is small and our pop buying is out of control sometimes (thanks to sales).  A couple weeks ago we switched out a shoe rack by our front door for a bench.  Today I found a new use for the shoe rack – and I love it.  Sometimes you … keep reading

Saving Marigold Seeds

I haven’t bought Marigold seeds in at least 5 years because they are the easiest flower to collect seeds from.  My main tips on collecting the seeds is: make sure they are dry (it hasn’t rained in a day or two) and store them in a paper bag.  Oh, and … keep reading

When traveling…

Remote controls are the dirtiest thing in a hotel room.  Unfortunately, it’s rare that the TV stays off, so I have been using this hack.  It makes the remote control usable and gives me a piece of mind.  I’m probably not the first person to think of this, but if I … keep reading

Honey

New year, new goals, and usually new habits waiting to form.  I’m trying to cut down on junk.  Key word: trying.  The main way to know what you are eating is by eating fresh veggies/fruits and by reading labels on processed and packaged foods.  We eat out a bit and … keep reading

Craft Storage Tip

My husband gets all the credit for this craft storage idea. I used to use old yogurt cups, Tupperware, sour cream containers, anything I could find with a lid to put all my little “pretties” in.  My husband is a problem solver and a few years ago he put a … keep reading

All Natural Ant Repell”ant”

Shamrock

My mom gave me this plant a couple years ago.  You usually see them in the store around St. Patty’s Day.  It’s an Oxalis Triangularis, but I call it my Shamrock plant.  I had it inside, as a houseplant for a few months and it got sickly looking.  Then it … keep reading

Enjoy this blog? Please spread the word :)