Alright, alright, alright, it’s been long enough. You have asked and waited oh-so-patiently, so now it’s time to share all the details about our massive kitchen renovation! I shared the progress for months on Instagram, but I promised to give you the FULL low-down dish on everything. However…I still hesitated in writing this post. Truth
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Want to know one of my greatest love-hate relationships? It’s PANRTY ORGANIZATION. As we all know by now, I’m a bit of a food hoarder and believe strongly in shelf-cooking (keeping a good stock of food on-hand to keep meals homemade, and inexpensive). Keeping a good stock of food at home can be a major
Oh hi, disaster of a kitchen. On Instagram I asked you Freebs what you’d like to see/hear from me. It’s interesting how many of you have asked about how I keep my house “clean” lately. Thus, I’m going to make an effort to show you how I stay on top of the messes and keep
Happy Wednesday, y’all! The presidential election last night was a bit crazy, so I thought I’d switch things up and bring in a bit of lightheartedness to your life. Truth be told, I’m not the most organized person on the planet. But I sure do try! I’ve had lots of questions about my kitchen and
Truth be told, I’m cheap…but I’m no cheapskate (yes, there is a difference!). While “cheapskates” will focus only on bottom line cost, being “cheap” means finding a way to get a valuable item you want and need…and not pay full-price for it! For the most part, most of what I own is second-hand, clearance, closeout, floor
With 7 weeks to go until Baby girl comes, I’ve been nesting with a capital N. As mentioned in my “4 Affordable home decor tricks that make a HUGE impact” post, I’ve been focusing on affordable, simple ways to make my home feel more complete. One room that’s been a real pain my my you-know-what is
Now that we’re getting settled into our new house, I have been OCD about organizing everything RIGHT the first time so we can start out with a clean slate. I found a great way to organize your spices to help keep track of what you have and to be able to use up what you have. Check out