How to make a DIY Surprise in a Tin Ornament

DIY Surprise in a Tin Ornament

This DIY Surprise in a Tin Ornament tutorial and shopping trip has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #GladeHolidayCheer #CollectiveBias The winter holidays are my absolute favorite. It’s the time of year when I begin slowing down the pace of life and prepare to have family over. My tradition begins with making my home a holiday sanctuary for guests. I start my holiday decorating early in November, so that I can enjoy it longer. The primary tasks begin with switching out the decor and home fragrances. To kick off the holiday decor transformation, I mark a morning on my calendar to get the big stuff done. To set the mood, I start by lighting my favorite Glade® [Click here to continue reading]

4 Yuck Free Ways to Prep Your Guest Bathroom for the Holiday's

4 Yuck Free Ways to Prep Your Guest Bathroom for the Holiday’s

These 4 Yuck Free Ways to Prep Your Guest Bathroom for the Holiday’s and the shopping trip has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #MerrySpritzmas #CollectiveBias Do any of you dislike cleaning the bathrooms before guests arrive, especially the commode? Cleaning the bathroom is one of those tasks that can be down right disgusting, but it doesn’t have to be. With 15 years of home making experience under my belt, I’ve learned a trick or two that makes cleaning the bathroom just as easy as any other room the house. Following these 4 yuck free ways to prep your guest bathroom before the holiday’s, will get your bathroom clean and smelling fresh in no-time minus the yuckiness! [Click here to continue reading]

Cauliflower Pizza Crust

Cauliflower Pizza Crust Recipe

Cauliflower Pizza is my new favorite way to enjoy a delicious slice of pizza and work more vegetables into my meals. Making the pizza has become Babe and I’s new date night thing. Instead of eating out, we usually make this pizza. To make the crust you’ll need a food processor. You’ll never get the cauliflower chopped small enough without a food processor it unless you spend a ridiculous amount of time chopping it by hand. The first thing I do with my head of cauliflower it roughly chop it into quarters. Next, I pulse small batches of it in my food processor until the cauliflower is fine and crumbly. The cauliflower will stick to your hands without one of these to get it out of the food processor [Click here to continue reading]

DIY Time Out for Pain Self Care Kit

DIY ‘Time Out for Pain’ Self Care Kit

Today’s DIY ‘Time Out for Pain’ Self Care Kit tutorial and shopping trip has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. It is important to always consult your doctor before using Advil if you are breastfeeding #AdvilRelief #CollectiveBias Hey loves, this DIY “time out for pain” Self Care Kit is super easy to make. It’s filled with fun things to stay busy while on bed rest and includes the perfect remedy for minor pain. Have y’all been formally introduced to my amazing oldest daughter? She’s my twenty-four year old “twin” and mother of my two adorable grandchildren. It’s been so exciting navigating this season of motherhood and family life with her. She’s learning how challenging life can be [Click here to continue reading]

How to Track Income for Bloggers & Creative Entrepreneurs

How to Track Income for Bloggers & Creative Entrepreneurs

If you are a blogger or creative entrepreneurs you should put a system in place for tracking income from day one. From the moment I made my first dollar as a solopreneur, I grabbed a notebook and wrote down the most important aspects of my revenue sources. My first source of income was from referrals. I’d refer my readers to resources I used and loved. In return, I’d make between $0.80 and $8.00 for smaller referrals and as much as $250 for larger ones. Every time I earned revenue, I’d write it down in a notebook. When it paid out, I’d write that down too. At that time my expenses were small, but I also kept track of them. I mean, how else would I [Click here to continue reading]

Nectar Sleep Mattress

Simple Teen Bedroom Makeover | NECTAR Sleep Bed Install

This is a sponsored post written in partnership with NECTAR. All opinions are mine. In the past 4 weeks my husband, the kids and I have painted and shopped for our home. The kids needed new beds and we were moving their bedrooms around. My son got my old office and my new office is now my daughters old bedroom. My son will only be at home about another ten months before he graduates so we kept his space very simple for now. We added a fresh coat of the same “Roasted Chestnut” color already on the walls since it felt masculine to me in the first place. Next, I hung a shelf over the space where his new bed would be, so he’d have a [Click here to continue reading]