August 23, 2016

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Weekend Project: Mod Podge Streamer Collage

Dear readers, Streamers become a staple of every mother's life by the time her child turns one. Am I right? Yes? No? I always find an old roll just chillin in a drawer somewhere whenever I start deep cleaning. Word of advice, do not throw them away. They are perfect for up-cycled crafting projects throughout the year with your child. Here is a great tutorial on our little Mod Podge Streamer Collage project from last weekend. It's a great little…

9 Quotes to Weather the Storm

Dear readers, Everyone has hard days, weeks, months, or maybe even a hard year. As human beings we doubt our decisions, beat ourselves up for the choices we made, and generally over-think what we may have under-thought before. When you enter into that rut, have your heart ripped to shreds, or have your will tested, sometimes we need some words of wisdom to yank us off our knees and back on to our feet. Here are nine quotes to help…

No-Knead Wheat Bread

Dear readers, There is nothing like home-made bread. I've managed to mash this recipe together after a few years, various recipes, and lots of trial and error. Too much wheat equals a brick. No wheat and well, it just isn't wheat bread. Lately, I've been using King Arthur Flour: White Whole Wheat. It's mild, unbleached, and zero preservatives. I make this bread once a week in the fall/winter because it requires very little effort on my part aaaaaaaaaand we all…

Ms. Moxie’s Three P’s of Thrifting

Dear readers, When people imagine thrift stores many images come to mind. Some immediately get a vision of overwhelming rows of dusty clothes, old stained mugs, carnival glass, and other faded pieces of junk discarded by society. When my friend Sam thinks of thrift stores, she thinks of dead people's clothes. Rows and rows of dead people's clothes. When I think of thrift stores, I think of options. Lots of inexpensive options. And I also think how great it is for the…