Usually on my weekday off I spend the afternoon cooking, and prepping meals for the next few days, but seeing as how I’ve been under the weather (just a bad cold) since last night, that just didn’t happen today. In fact, it was a bit of a struggle just to figure out what to cook… Continue reading What’s for Dinner?
Coconut oil is the most versatile lipid ever. It’s tasty, whips like butter, is chock full of good cholesterol, and extremely nourishing to your skin. Seriously, if you don’t buy it in bulk you’re missing out. One of my favorite things to do with coconut oil is to use it as a skin moisturizer because… Continue reading Delightfully Fluffy Body Butter
I’m not really much of a sewing kind of girl. Every time I try I usually end up with crooked hems and punctured thumbs. However, as I was going through my crafting totes the other day in attempts to organize the chaos, I realized I have lots and lots of fabric scraps. I’m not really… Continue reading Bye,Bye Back Aches
If you spend a lot of time in the kitchen and working on messy projects, oftentimes your hands can begin to feel neglected. You may find yourself turning to a store bought, over-priced, ordinary hand scrub to give your hands the pampering they deserve, but seriously, don’t waste your money. Those of you that know… Continue reading DIY Hand Scrub
Last fall, Trevor hosted a destination bachelor party for his buddy David in Savannah, GA. Savannah is a beautiful city for those of you who have never been, and one of the best perks of visiting there is their open container law. Yep, that’s right, you can buy margaritas and Midnight Gardens on the waterfront… Continue reading Bachelor Party Survival
If your house was built in the 80’s- mid 90’s, your chances of being stuck with some color of hideous laminate countertops are pretty good. Here were mine before the redo- Yikes! Yes they really were that dingy vanilla and my cabinets were black. It was a horrible combo- something had to be done, and… Continue reading Faux Granite for $50? Yes, Please!