Pan Seared Flounder over Apple and Warm Kale Salad

Today's the first day of hunting season. This leaves me here on a Saturday with the house all to myself. I've had the chance to putter around at some little organizing projects, snuggle with my dog, and treat myself to a warm, decadent, but still Weight Watchers friendly lunch. I came up with the idea of putting pan seared flounder over apple and warm kale salad. 

4 Simple Ways to Add More Kitchen Storage

When you’re designing a kitchen, you need to get all of the cosmetic elements right. Picking the right color scheme and choosing some nice worktops is important, but remember that your kitchen is a functional room. If you forget that and only focus on the aesthetics, you won’t have a well-functioning kitchen. One of the … Continue reading 4 Simple Ways to Add More Kitchen Storage

A Gathering Storm? Having People Over When You Have Lots Of Pets

Having a lot of pets can mean you have a lot of love in the house, but other people may not view it like this! When you have various animals, you've got a lot on your plate. Not only do you have to think about their diet or the amount of hair they shed on the … Continue reading A Gathering Storm? Having People Over When You Have Lots Of Pets

Tried and Tested Rules for Having a Happy Dog

There are many lovable things about dogs, but perhaps the greatest of all if their capacity for happiness. If you feed them a few simple ingredients for a life of contentment, then they’ll be content. It really is that simple! But it’s worth remembering that it is up to you; when you take them into … Continue reading Tried and Tested Rules for Having a Happy Dog

Under $2 Christmas Gift: DIY personalized Christmas ornaments

Believe it or not, I am already starting to get ready for Christmas. I know I've mentioned this about a hundred times, but I love Christmas. I'm happy to start making preparations in October. That's especially true when I can save a ton of money an still give a super cute gift. These DIY personalized Christmas ornaments were under $2 each.