I'll probably talk about Nourishing Traditions quite a bit here as I've found that it's become my pseudo kitchen Bible. When B and I are sitting down to eat lunch, I'll sometimes grab it and read to him whatever "Sally" has to say about the vegetable or fruit we're having that day. I love the little ... Read More about Essential Kitchen Equipment
The topic is a little more personal today, which makes me a tad bit nervous. I know, though, that it's something I'm going to want to talk about here so I figured I might as well get it out there. I was diagnosed with PTSD after the birth of my son. I'm starting to work through it as the idea of ... Read More about What I Lost.
Hi there. E is on vacation and we've spent the day looking at parks for B's birthday (without much success) and looking at new trucks for E (also without much success). Both of these activities are pretty tiring, so I don't have much to say. Instead, I made this for you. I found this quote a few ... Read More about Fear Less Free Printable.
E arrived home from his last trip of the whirlwind, six-week off-and-on travel schedule on Friday and I couldn't be happier. Not only is he home for a while (I hope, anyway...his employer has a tendency of springing trips on him at the last minute), he's taking this Wednesday until next Wednesday ... Read More about A Frugal Summer.
A few years back, I read about the No Spend Month Challenge on A Small Notebook and was intrigued but never got around to doing it. I think what most appealed to me about it was this idea: It would defeat the purpose if we spent our time window shopping for things to buy as soon as the month is ... Read More about No-Spend Month….Sort of.