It’s Friday! It’s time to take a break from the hustle & bustle, and dive into some good reading. Looking for your next read? Here’s some suggestions!
We got a major bonus we didn’t expect when we built our suburban home: a vibrant wildlife population centered on the water source behind our property that treats our backyard as their own private meadow.
I could never have imagined that the most important thing I’d ever make would be a simple quilt that I whipped up in a few minutes when I was pregnant with my daughter to save some money on my nursery decor.
There are lots of thing that we can do around our homes – both way in advance and as a storm approaches – to prepare for a storm that will keep us safer during a storm and in the aftermath.
How do you know where to start storm prepping when you have limited storage space and limited budget? I finally realized that I needed to start by just focusing on a few basic elements: power, food and water, and basic physical safety.
Nearly half of Floridians aren’t preparing for hurricanes. We weren’t either…but here’s why we started.
By hitting a few thrift shops and digging around in a few cupboards (or borrowing from friends & family), you can probably find everything you need to create fabulous royal wedding tea party decorations!
A tea party is the perfect theme for a royal wedding watch party – but traditionally English tea is in the afternoon. With this royal wedding tea party breakfast plan, you can enjoy a tea party theme, while providing your guests a breakfast nosh they’ll appreciate!
I’m obsessed with every little detail of the upcoming royal wedding of Prince Harry to Meghan Markle. Here’s the story behind my life-long interest in the British royal family – and it starts in Wales.