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.
Since we can’t invite you all over to our new place and have an open house, I thought we’d do a home tour here on the blog!
Well, we’ve been in our little apartment for over a week now. It’s coming together, slowly, but it is coming together. Travis is happy with his position at the hospital, and I’m slowly leaning into a life of independent contractor, homemaker, and part time Hallmark employee (who knew I could wear so many hats)!
My mom is a crafter, she always taught us to try to make before buying. With her I’ve made rabbit hutches, customized spirit jeans for homecoming, made more curtains than imaginable, and she’s always sewn my halloween costumes. I on the other hand need help with crafting. My mom can envision an entire project from … More Finished Reading: A Well Crafted Home by Janet Crowther
Summer is coming to an end, hopefully soon. And with it new opportunities to save on those energy bills!
We signed up for OHM Connect in the last few weeks and have had I think 3 or 4 OHM hours (all in one hour increments no more than one a day), where we turn off all unnecessary electronics and lights, including our nest which runs our ac/heater. We don’t always have an OHM hour each … More What to do during OHM hours
We all have our stuff.
I am a work from home professional and after many renditions of work spaces and trying new things, I have created a list of things to help you be more productive. Are you a blogger? Work from home professional? A busy gal who needs a place to pay the bills or scroll endlessly through Facebook? You … More Creating a Productive Work Space at Home
Travis and I have a dream that one day we will reach adulthood’s final test and own our own home. And one of the things we have decided we actively want is a bee hive, in fact we already own a Flow Honey Hive without the bees of course. I dream of a huge garden with … More Creating a Bee Friendly Garden
It is the first day of Spring and what better way to start the season than with a Spring Cleaning post! Spring arrived in the Central Valley of California back in February. But I figured I would wait to do Spring cleaning until today.