This was one project that I finished and wished I had taken a before picture. This closet is very small and I didn’t want to spend time and money installing shelves because it’s been used for many things. Recently, I changed it to a linen closet just for bedding. I went to Walmart and picked… Continue reading 5 minute closet makeover
This is not my original idea. I actually saw it on Pinterest. Most styles on there are hard to duplicate but this one was pretty simple. Flip upside down and start. French braid. Once I got to the portion of her head I wanted to have the bin, I secured the braid with a small… Continue reading Cute girl updo
That question is asked everyday and everyday I dread it. Half the time I don’t know and the other half I have no interest in making a thing. I forget how simple dinner can be. Take for example, these gluten free pancakes with fresh blueberry compote. I even cheated and used already made pancake mix.… Continue reading What’s for dinner?
Breakfast – yogurt parfait (granola, non-dairy yogurt and fresh blueberries). Snack – Homemade (and beyond delicious) gluten free olive oil pumpkin bread, 1/2 banana and cup of coconut milk. Lunch – Grilled panini (turkey, alfalfa sprouts, hummus), cucumber slices, strawberries, corn tortilla rolls (organic) and 2 Back to Nature chocolate chip cookies. Snack – granola… Continue reading Summer Lunch Camp Day 1
Ah! Summer! Can you smell the sunscreen yet? Summer is a break from the everyday school routine where kids can live out their carefree days. They can have fun in the sun at the beach or your own pool or sprinkler out back. They can stay up late and sleep in or choose to stay… Continue reading 5 things to do for under $5 with your kids this summer
Meatloaf Coconut milk yogurt Strawberries and blueberries Graham crackers Nut-free trail mix Advertisements
Posting all these lunches I feel in a rut. “Christmas” salad Honeydew Crackers with sunflower butter Advertisements