If you have kids, I’m sure you have or have had a bean bag chair in your home at one point or another. If you’re like me, you’ve probably tried and failed a few times when refilling bean bag chairs or ottomans. And then finally given up and just Amazon Primed a new one after the huge mess you just created all over the floor. Well, if you’re tired of replacing your bean bag chairs and ottomans every year, check out the easiest and fastest way to [Read more…]
Milk cartons can be recycled, up-cycled, and reused for just about any kid’s craft. One of my favorite ways to reuse a milk carton is by turning them into a bird feeder or birdhouse. With just a little paint, twigs, and a glue gun, you can turn a tired old milk carton into a [Read more…]
Gratitude for simple pleasures has always been something I try to remember and practice. Sometimes, though, it’s harder than others to remember something that seems like it should be so easy. Lately, with everything that’s going on, it’s become a lot easier. With the coronavirus being a big, unavoidable part of our lives, we’re all reminded of how precious life and family are. We’re also all looking for ways to stay safe, healthy, calm, and [Read more…]
I love yoga. It’s become one of my favorite ways to relax my mind and body when I need it most. One thing that doesn’t relax my mind though– is thinking about all the nasty stuff that’s on my yoga mat, especially after an intense sweaty practice! Anyone who practices yoga knows that it doesn’t take long for your mat to build up dirt and grime. I mean, it’s on the floor every time you do a tree pose, a plank, or a downward-facing dog! Maybe your mat was in the trunk of your car or in your garage before using it at the studio. Dirt and bacteria are everywhere including [Read more…]
Whether or not it’s a special holiday like Valentine’s Day or a birthday, it always feels good to receive a bouquet of fresh flowers as a gift. If you’re like me, you’re all smiles when you get one. Also, if you’re like me, you want your blooms to last as long as possible. These 10 Tips To Make Fresh Flowers Last Longer will help prolong the life of your bouquet. [Read more…]
There are certain scents that always remind us the holidays are here. We all have our own favorite. The smell of pine trees may be your favorite, but if it’s orange and cinnamon, then this DIY Holiday Stovetop Potpourri will definitely fill your home and your senses will Yuletide joy!
Beeswax food wraps are an environmentally friendly product everyone seems to love. I bought some for the first time a few months ago and I use them all the time. Since they are a little pricey, I decided to make them myself with this DIY Beeswax Food Wrap “recipe”. The holidays and all its goodies and leftovers are just around the corner so what better time to make this eco-friendly DIY Beeswax Food Wrap.
Before too long a lot of us are probably going to have some extra pumpkins we no longer have any use for. Other than fall decorations, it’s not always easy to come up with uses for these Halloween leftovers. Try making this easy DIY Pumpkin Bird Feeder from some of your Halloween pumpkins:
It’s the beginning of Spring and in Florida, that means the white denim makes its way from the back of my closet to the forefront and become a staple in my daily attire. I love white clothes—white shorts, white denim jackets, white tees, white slides, and my favorite…my white denim jeggings! I love them so much that I have two of the same pair so I can wear the heck out of them all spring and summer. The only problem is that I also have a 3, almost four-year-old boy, who’s a bit of a piggy. Between park visits and crumby hands they almost always get a stain on them which makes wearing between washes very rare. I recently discovered this amazingly [Read more…]
DIY Toilet Cleaning Pods are the latest cleaning pod I’ve started making. I absolutely love using DIY pods for other home cleaning tasks (see my post here for DIY laundry pods and DIY dishwashing pods), but using them for toilet cleaning is especially satisfying because this is one of my least favorite chores.
All of my DIY pods are easy, quick, and cost-efficient, but with only 3 ingredients these DIY Toilet Cleaning Pods are the simplest and most economical of all.