Two Life Changing Kitchen Items | Time Savers & Less Mess
I’ll admit it, I am a messy cook. The type where you can’t see the stove/have a million dishes after dinner cook. I hate it but I come by it honestly. (Sorry, Mom!) One of the items I’m about to talk about I had no idea even existed as I received it as a wedding…
Cozy Up Your Space |Simple & Inexpensive
Let’s talk about texture, mixing textures, and throw blankets. Texture can simply mean diversifying your decor.
Need More Counter Space? | The Most Functional Coffee Bar for Small Spaces
Having a coffee maker in our house is not an option, it is a MUST. We have even gone as far as to percolate our coffee when the power was out. Coffee. Addicts. *sigh* So, when I moved in post-wedding, I diligently began unpacking and organizing our quaint little kitchen only to realize there was,…
Making your House Feel Like Home | Pt. 1
As I have previously stated, my husband and I did not live together prior to getting married. This meant everything was new for me post wedding day; I had a new house which was and had been his house for roughly 4 or 5 years at this point, and a new way of living. It…
My #1 Tip to Avoid Eating Out | Save Money & Reduce Stress
We all do it. We indulge in the cycle of eating out time after time for a multitude of reasons; We either find ourselves burnt out on the same ol’ meals, are entirely spent from a long day, or have absolutely no idea what to cook. My husband and I both come from families who…
Table for 4 to Table for 10 | Maximizing Space in a Small Home
I moved into a bachelor pad. In the realm of dating, it is easy to visit your boyfriend at his house where all of his things are. You are there for a couple of hours, maybe even the whole day, and all seems cozy and functional, right? Well, then reality hit.
11 of My Most Used Wedding Registry Gifts
Registering for our wedding was one of the more fun aspects of the planning process. The hubs and I spent an entire day going to various stores and scanning well over 300 items we were certain we couldn’t live without. Little did we know we wouldn’t use more than half of them on a regular…