A few years ago, I was beginning a new planner every few months because I didn’t like the format or the size or the color scheme or whatever I was using. I was a long time Emily Ley fan and while I loved the planners from the outside looking in, I was afraid to commit … More Setting up my 19-20 Academic Weekly Simplified Planner
With the minimizing rage of 2019, in full swing from Marie Kondo-ing our entire lives, to me realizing I was impulsive buying too often. I decided to step back during the month of March and do a No Buy Month. The rules were: 1. don’t buy anything for my closet 2. definitely nothing new 3. … More Wear It Wednesday | My Experience with a No Buy Month
In an effort to be more sustainably minded, I realized this year the ONLY reason I used plastic bags was for our raw meats. I could put literally anything else in a jar or glass pyrex dish. So I started doing some research when I discovered Stasher bags. Heads up this is not sponsored in … More Sustainability | Stasher Bags
Tis the season for wrapped gifts in bags, with bows, and boxes under a tree… but unfortunately, that pretty shiny, laminated gift wrap paper is, in fact, not recyclable. And to include it in the bin with other paper products can make an entire load unrecyclable. If wrapping paper is metallic, or glittery, or has a … More Sustainability | Reducing Waste during the Holidays
An ode to houseplants of the past. I’m sorry I didn’t keep you alive and even though you died a probably tragic death by your own account. I have to admit, I learned a lot from you.
With all the gadgets, apps, and things in today’s world that are supposed to help make life easier you’d think like would be easier. Take the crock pot for example,