If your pantry is is a trouble spot in your kitchen, I’ve got a few tips for making it work for you! Here are 5 steps that will take your pantry from overwhelming to organized. First, I want to show you a picture of our pantry. This is our pantry – not freshly organized. This is what our pantry looks like 90% of the time.
This budget planner is designed to help you set and meet your financial goals. It is part of our low-stress goal setting series where we are setting intentions for our year and then creating actionable steps that evolve with the season of life. If you want to read more about it, you can visit the first post here – Vision Casting and Goal Setting –
We installed carpet in our house to replace the very inexpensive wood vinyl flooring and it has made such a difference in the look and comfort of our home. I know installing carpet is not something that most bloggers are bragging about. It’s all about hard wood and carrara marble tiles. I love those things, but for this project, carpet was absolutely the right choice.
Print these daily and weekly planning pages as often as you want. Create a planner or a planning notebook, or just print off pages to help you manage a particularly stressful week. Planning – it’s typically something you love or hate. Some people spend hundreds of dollars on planners and planning accessories. Some people, like my mom, are still using the same $5 paper calendar
Tile can be intimidating and time consuming, which is why we decided to renovate our guest bathroom without tiles to make a completely tile-less bathroom. Here are our Guest Bathroom Design Plans. We’ve installed tile plenty of times. I’ve posted before about the subway tile in our kitchen and the tiled walk in shower in our master bathroom. I love the look of tile, but
We lived in this house for 10 years and in all that time, we never touched the guest bathroom. When we moved in, the toilet tilted ever so slightly to the left. The tile around the commode was a travesty and the panel of tiles (ew) were constantly threatening to fall off the wall. And three months before we were planning to move out? Nothing
When it comes to home repairs, a new roof is one of the biggest investments. Well, thanks to a hail storm, we were able to get a new roof. Today, I’m sharing before and after pictures, color choices, and more. And if you want to know more about the process? Check our Everything We Learned While Getting a New Roof. Roof Replacement: Before and After
Resetting your year doesn’t have to start in January. You can set intentions for your family and your life anytime. These printable guides will help you set intentions with actionable steps, and then help you reach those goals with practical printables. Are you already feeling overwhelmed with the New Year? It’s usually about this time that I feel like I’ve already failed. My resolutions are
There’s no denying that our world has changed. We, as a country, have leaned in to our family relationships. We have spent more time at home and even changed the way we attend school and work. One unexpected side effect is that we have collectively learned is that we have too much STUFF. Books and TV shows like Tidying Up with Marie Kondo and The
I already told you about finding and purchasing my favorite farmhouse sink from Ikea. But I thought I’d share a bit more about how what it takes to maintain and care for our sink. First of all, I ADORE this sink. If you want to read more about my love for this sink, you can see the first post here – IKEA Farmhouse Kitchen Sink.