We're back into the work week after the Memorial Day weekend; the short week means that I have less time to get everything done! Like many people, I balance a busy life. I work a full-time job, take on freelance writing projects, and run my blog.
A few weeks ago, I found a vintage 1950s kitchen utility cart in the scrap metal pile at our county trash drop off point. I decided to "rescue" it and upcycle it into a chic bar cart. It's going to work perfectly to serve cocktails, wine, or coffee.
Grilled ham and mozzarella macaroni and cheese is an easy dish to cook ahead and take when you're invited to a cookout or family reunion. It's easy to make and oozes with creamy, cheesy goodness. Better yet, it only takes roughly 30 minutes to prepare.
I'm sharing with you a free printable jpg: DIY Project Planning Checklist because there's nothing worse than really getting started on a project only to need to put it on hold. Use this free printable project planning sheet to set yourself up for success.
When heroes sacrifice their lives on the battlefield for the greater good of their families and countries, they deserve to be celebrated. For US citizens, the Memorial Day is a day set aside to honor these brave warriors. This national holiday is held every last Monday in May (yep, two days from now) and this … Continue reading Outdoor Fun on Memorial Day
A couple of days from now and another Memorial Day weekend would be upon us. And I'm betting your mind is teeming with lots of fun ideas and activities to make the weekend truly awesome for your family. For the cornhole enthusiast, I'm sure the famous game is topping your list of must-do activities for the … Continue reading DIY Project Cornhole Boards for an Awesome Memorial Day Weekend!
These are 6 affordable DIY projects that can add instant curb appeal, boost your home's perceived value, and give you pride and enjoyment. You don't need to have the largest or most expensive home in the neighborhood. In fact, often curb appeal is about the charming touches not the size of price tag of the home.
I once had one friend ask me for a good recipe for a marinade sauce to prepare meat in order to make carne asada in a true Mexican style. I was a little shocked by his question because where I come from, they meat doesn't need anything else than the heat from red hot mesquite charcoal and some salt.
As a native of Erie, Pennsylvania, I grew up eating "pepperoni balls;" to the rest of the nation, these are called Pepperoni Rolls. I say this because I am going to try to remember to refer to them by their more common name but the Erie girl in me may pop up and stick her head into this post.
You probably have an outdated laminate microwave cart somewhere around your house. Once you learn the basic technique of how to repaint laminate furniture, you can transform your former ugly furniture can become a piece in a child's playroom.