I know y’all are just chompin’ at the bit to start your own worm composting bin after Monday’s post on vermicomposting, right?? Well, you could buy a fancy worm bin like this one, which does have great reviews, or you could roll up your sleeves and make one yourself. I get the distinct impression you are a do-it-yourself kinda crowd,… Keep Reading
I don’t know about you other Mamas out there, but brushing/combing my little girls’ hair after bathtime can be a less then pleasant experience for everyone involved. Detangle spray is my favorite thing on the planet after bathtime! I’ve never purchased commercial detangle spray, I’m way too frugal for that! I’ve always ‘made’ my own by putting a teaspoon or… Keep Reading
With the busyness of spring, indoor projects have been on the back burner lately. But, I finally couldn’t take the horrible ‘chandelier’ that came with our house any longer. Something had to be done.
Truly this is my most anticipated produce from the garden. Watermelons. It seems so daunting to grow it though. It’s something that we never grew in our family garden growing up…or at least I don’t remember it, so it must not have been, because what child wouldn’t remember growing watermelons in their backyard?? It must have been too hot or… Keep Reading
My sugar snap peas are doing great, guys! I’m so excited! They’ve been doing so well that it was time to put in a trellis for them. I saw this idea on Pinterest that I just loved, and I knew I had to try it out myself. Being the diy-er that I am, I grabbed some materials from the shed… Keep Reading
Well, it looks little like this month is turning into a Laundry Series! Earlier this year, I transformed a Craigslist crib into a toddler bed for my youngest daughter. This involved removing the front side of the crib and cutting the legs down so the bed would be low to the ground. I knew I didn’t want to just get… Keep Reading
Don’t worry! It’s clean laundry. If you follow me on Instagram, you probably know that my hubby recently built me a clothesline! And oh my goodness is it wonderful! I am just in love with it. There is something really rustic and homey about having a clothesline. I can see my laundry drying in the sunshine from my kitchen window,… Keep Reading
We’ve got a boot problem. They’re always laying about at the back door waiting for someone to trip over them. Plus even if I do manage to arrange them neatly by the door, I’m always super paranoid about bugs being in there just waiting to bite or sting my feet… So before I can put them on I always flip… Keep Reading