At the start of the pandemic, like most millennials, I reluctantly downloaded TikTok. It’s shameful to admit the amount of hours I’ve since spent on it, but I saw this beautiful planter clock being sold by Decor Deals. Of course, it’s always sold out and doesn’t quite fit our aesthetics … so I took it upon myself to make it my own. Here’s how if you’ve been eyeing some new décor like this too!Continue reading
In honor of today’s big Super Bowl game, more than likely we’re all huddled around our TV’s gorging on wings, chips, dips and more! Below is one of our favorite go-to dip recipes that offers the warm cheese-y, bacon-y goodness that any great dip has with a slight kick to wake your taste buds up. This is sure to be a crowd pleaser!Continue reading
Waking up, tired, lacking coffee and trying to get two rambunctious kids ready in the morning – it’s easy to grab a pre-made pastry, food on the go, or worse – eat nothing. Here is an easy make ahead meal prep that will provide multiple days of healthy, delicious breakfasts!Continue reading
These AIP baked sheet pan pancakes are thick, fluffy, light and completely delicious – they also fit into paleo, whole30 and vegan diets! This recipe is super quick and easy to make ahead to have pancake breakfast for a crowd, or portion out and eat it for a few grab-and-go mornings!Continue reading
The self dubbed DIY queen of using what I have and making it work… we recently did a shiplap wall in our dining room/kitchen [that post is coming soon] and we had some extra wood. I made a post about our guest bathroom earlier when we added a wallpaper accent wall, but I felt the bathroom still needed a little more. Using the remainder of our DIY shiplap wood, we built a half board + batten wall. Follow along to see how we got this look for less!Continue reading
So you have your concrete paver patio in place, now to amp it up a notch and make it the backyard oasis you’ve always wanted. Follow along here to see what we did.
If you haven’t read part 1 on how to build your concrete paver patio – you can do that here: DIY Concrete Paver Patio [pt. 1]Continue reading
I will start this post by saying we had NO plan or previous experience when we went into this project. I had a vision, our mediocre DIY skills and the will to make it happen. I will say, we learned things along the way, there was a lot of sweat, blood and some tears – but it turned out great! This is a lengthy one, but if you want to learn how you can save thousands by DIYing your own backyard oasis – follow along!Continue reading
Whether you’re on a journey of eating healthier, or just looking to mix up your mornings with an easy breakfast option – I’ve got the answer for you! Mix-It-Up Overnight Oats are an easy, make ahead option that you can top with virtually anything in your pantry or fridge. They all utilize the same base that you make the night before and then in the morning you top with your add-ons and have a hearty, filling, healthy breakfast! I’ll walk you through how to make the base oats and my favorite ways to top them.Continue reading
I have two beloved four legged pooches in our household that get your standard store bought kibble, but we also like to boost their regular food with some homemade goodness. This allows us to add needed elements to their diet as well as control what they consume. It’s also an exciting treat for them daily!
Learn what we put in ours and how to make your own homemade dog food.Continue reading
I won’t lie, I didn’t know these cookies existed until a little over a year ago. Christmas break with kids driving me crazy, I remembered my mom mentioned she liked ‘crinkle cookies’. I’d never heard of them but decided it’d be a fun, thoughtful activity to do with the kids. I searched online, found some recipes and we got to cooking.Continue reading
I’ve always wanted to do a fun wallpaper accent wall, but most of the walls in my house are textured. Whomp. We when we built the new house, our powder room came with a pedestal sink and boring construction grade fixtures and it was in dire need of an upgrade. I saw my opportunity and took it – the hardest part was convincing my husband!Continue reading