Tips For Backyard Composting

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Do you garden?  I have 9 Tips For Backyard Composting to share with you.  Autumn is the perfect time to start a compost, especially if you have an area that you can protect from too much moisture or your like in an area that does not get very much precipitation. You will have awesome nutrient rich soil by the time the spring planting season starts again. If you have been wanting to start a compost for a while now, but {Read More}

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Fall Apple Recipes

Fall Apple Recipes

Fall is creeping upon us.  I’ve found 25 of the most scrumptious Fall Apple Recipes that you are going to just love!  My favorite thing about Fall is the warm feeling of some of the best comfort foods we have all year.  Apple, pumpkin, cinnamon and more.  Since apples are in their peak season right now I was busy baking and eating them this last week and it got me searching for other creative and yummy things that I could {Read More}

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Painted Mason Jar Tutorial

Painted Mason Jar Tutorial

Sharing my Painted Mason Jar Tutorial with you guys.  I’ve seen them floating around the internet and had to try it out too. Country Chic Painted Mason Jar Add a sweet touch of country charm to your home decor, or dress up your front porch with this fun painted mason jar. This craft is sweet, simple,  oh so country chic and  it looks like you paid a pretty penny for it at a craft fair.   But just a can of {Read More}

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Mexican Quinoa Salad

Mexican Quinoa Salad

Sharing a luscious creation with you today.  My Mexican Quinoa Salad is sure to spice up your afternoon!  Have you ever worked with or eaten Quinoa?  It’s so good for you and is the perfect meatless alternative for a meal. Everyone knows I love a good salad.  They’re so light but filling and usually don’t require you to heat up the kitchen too much.  There are also so many ways to make a salad meatless but still very nutritional.  Salads {Read More}

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Weight Watchers Friendly Snack Recipes

Weight Watchers Friendly Snack Recipes

I have a treat for you!  Today I’m sharing Twenty-Five Satisfying Weight Watchers Friendly Snack Recipes with you!  I’ve never been on a diet program like Weight Watchers but have had plenty of friends who were very successful with them.  The one thing I did notice is that they were counting calories and points.  I understand the method behind the point system but have never used it myself.  What I do know is that I have some very creative friends {Read More}

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Office Organizer

Office Organizer

Do you have an organized office or do you just let everything pile up?  Since Autumn is a time for new School Year Resolutions I decided it’s a great time to get organized so I can also be ready for the busy upcoming holiday seasons.  Check out this simple DIY Easy Upcycled Office Organizer to hang on your wall that is the perfect place to save important notes and reminders. Upcycled Picture Frame: Office Organizer Get your office space organized {Read More}

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How To Make Dill Pickles

How To Make Dill Pickles

Dill Pickles are a classic and have always been one of my favorite treats.  Did you know just how easy they are to make at home?  Let me show you How To Make Dill Pickles yourself. Canning is a great way to use up the abundance of fruits and vegetables from your garden.  If you don’t have a garden you can check out your local farmers market.  You can use nearly any fruit or vegetable too. Classic Dill Pickles 4 {Read More}

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Take time to notice little things

Take time to notice little things

Take time to notice little things. On my walk today I saw the most delicate but intricate miniature flower.  It was so small that I almost didn’t notice it until I zoomed in on the camera.  Made me think of the story “Horton Hears a Who”. What did you nearly miss until you slowed down to take a look?

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Vlogging Tips

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Do you like to watch YouTube videos?  With so many people loving them, many bloggers have turned to video taping their blog posts sometimes.  The term is Vlogging.  I’ve been to some really great workshops on the subject and am looking forward to doing a vlog post or two in the near future.  I’ve gathered up some of the best Vlogging Tips to share with you today, with the hopes that if I say it enough I will learn. Vlogging {Read More}

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Frugal Ways To Use Up Extra Garden Produce

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If you’re anything like me then gardening can be fun and an excellent hobby.  If you are skilled, you might end up with more than you can use.  Did you do some gardening this summer and now find yourself left with an abundant harvest and no idea what you will do with it all?   Today I’m sharing my thoughts and some Frugal Ways To Use Up Extra Garden Produce. Frugal Ways to Use Up Extra Garden Produce Chop finely in {Read More}

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