Schooooool’s …. Out … For … Summer!!! Okay I probably just aged myself with that attempt at “blog singing”. Are you ready to have the kids home for the summer? Do you have a plan or are you just going… Read moreMake The Most Of Your Summer With Activities Your Kids Will Enjoy
Still in “spring cleaning mode”? Ever wondered how cleaning was done without chemicals? Here are a few cleaning hints from the 1940’s to help you.
I recently found a book for my Kindle called “The American Frugal Housewife” by Lydia Maria Francis Child. Originally published in 1832 as “The Frugal Housewife”, it became necessary to change the name to “American” because there was already an… Read moreHow to be Frugal – do you save or spend?
Note: This was originally posted in April 2014 but I thought it was worth posting again. (Family Features) Don’t get caught putting extra work into your spring cleaning efforts. “A little effort up front can make everything you do feel… Read moreFive Myths of Spring Cleaning
Spring is here!! With spring comes newness, freshness, lots of new growth (leaves, grass, flowers). That usually leads me to want to freshen up a few things in my decorating. I want that freshness all around me! I start with… Read more5 Easy Spring Decorating Ideas
(Family Features) Organization is essential for keeping stress at bay throughout the day. Whether you’re getting the kids ready for school, tackling household chores, preparing meals or getting everyone ready for bed, there are several things you can do to… Read more10 Ways to Stay Organized All Day Long
Wreaths are no longer just for Christmas. Today we see homes decorated with wreaths for every season and holiday. Since autumn is such a beautiful time of year, wreaths are especially attractive.