I adore winter! It’s one of my four favorite seasons! I am however, ready to think ahead to spring. Looking for some table decor which would make the transition from winter to spring, I came across this delightful hydrangea arrangement. $49.50!?! Yes. You read that right. Immediately my evil little mind went to work, trying Carry on!
Do you want some beautiful holiday pillows but you don’t want to spend the cash? Do you have old pillows that need some new life? If you can sew a straight stitch or work a glue gun, you can make this. Materials needed: Old pillows Fabric-I got two kinds of cozy plaid flannel 50% off. Carry on!
Don’t be afraid to think outside of the jar! Make your house lit for the holidays with this ridiculously easy Christmas DIY!
A home tour of our real life farmhouse: Decorating for expensively Christmas without spending a lot of money
How to update your older kitchen-with no technical DIY skill or knowledge!
I live in a 170 year old farmhouse on a working farm. A genuine farmhouse kitchen in real life is slightly different from the farmhouse decor on Pinterest. One of my promises on my blog is to always be real-to show you how it really is single momming during spring planting, with six kids and Carry on!
Pull up to my house and you’ll immediately know children live here. The bikes, scooters, and roller skates littering the driveway might be your first clue. It also could be the 25 foot high tree house, complete with homemade rock climbing wall and fireman’s pole. Possibly it’s the hole in the yard under the tire Carry on!
I read The Life Changing Art of Tidying Up in January, and have watched several YouTube videos about the KonMari Method, and minimalism in general. I have been incentivized to change my life! I haven’t done her program to the letter exactly how she describes, but what I have done has been fantastic! I’ve done Carry on!
I’ve been purging a lot lately. Getting rid of the past feels good! Getting rid of the junk feels good! Getting rid of all those maternity clothes feels amazing! I saw a post on organizing your pantry a while ago, and I finally got kind of started on that project. I don’t like investing a Carry on!
Our old farm house was built in 1850. You would think being built before the Civil War and only being a few years younger than the first school in Iowa, that it would have a fireplace in every room. Not so. Our builder was apparently an up-and-comer and put the newfangled wood burning stoves in Carry on!