You can save money when budgeting for your DIY project; learn when to save and when to splurge on materials. A DIY project can really hit you in the wallet...hard. But if you know what you can save money on and where you need to really spend it, you can alleviate some of the financial strain.
As a relocated Yankee living in the south, I sometimes miss being able to order Pittsburgh's most famous cole slaw. You can get this very special slaw only at Primanti Bros. restaurants. They build sandwiches that are piled high with fresh meats, french fries, and they top it all off with this style of cole … Continue reading Primanti Bros Pittsburgh’s Most Famous Cole Slaw
One of the tastiest ways to use the tiny but tasty cherry tomato is to make a bowl of cherry tomato salsa. My garden is slamming right now. I'm getting about a pint of cherry tomatoes each day along with jalapenos and cilantro.
Upcycling is fun, easy, and can save you a ton of money. Today, I'm going to share 5 easy upcycling ideas featuring common household items.
Low in fat is not what normally comes to mind when you hear "Creamy," but this salad dressing delivers on the promise of low-fat but high in flavor. "Creamy" most often conjures images of foods based in mayonnaise or heavy sour creams. But this low-fat salad dressing has a secret ingredient.
Today's post, I will admit, is wishful thinking on my part. I am researching plants that attract hummingbirds to the garden. So far, my efforts in attracting these flighty little birds have been epic failuries. I need advice from you expert gardeners on this topic.
Today I'm sharing a free printable, a honey do list with a cute bumblebee theme for the summertime. Instead of a long post, I wanted to post this early enough in the summer for you to print it out and put it to use.
As my garden progresses, I'm always trying to use up herbs; Spaetzle made with garden fresh herbs is a fantastic recipe. It's a quick, easy side dish that gives you home-cooked noodles in just minutes. Re-think spaetzle...it's not just a heavy winter dish. The herbs give it a light, bright flavor.
I upcycled an old wooden ladder into a trellis last weekend. In that post, I promised you that part of the ladder which I cut down was going to make a second project. This is that project. It's a charming, shabby chic towel rack to keep in my She-Shed.
I don't know about ya'll but I don't like using the calendar on my smartphone. Call me old-fashioned, but I prefer to write in my appointments on pen and paper. I'm always afraid that I'll accidentally share my calendar to my list of contacts, the screen is small, and it's just hard for me to use in general.