The simple joys of homemaking can be found in things right from our pantry. Things like Coconut Oil, Vinegar, Baking Soda, etc. I know these may sound a little old fashioned but they do hold such benefits for various purposes around the home. In any event, today’s discussion is not about vinegar or baking soda or any other pantry staple, but about coconut oil.
Clean your home naturally and save money with this all-purpose cleaner you can make at home Homemade cleaning products are a sure way to help families save money and cut down on the use of harsh cleaning chemicals. I have been making this simple homemade all-purpose cleaning spray for quite a while now using old-fashioned vinegar and water. My family DO NOT like the smell
Making over a dresser is not as complicated as it may look. I actually made over this dresser last year and edited some of the photos to share. However, other posts took priority and I just kept putting off this one. I finally got around to typing up the post to share with you. Our little girls’ room needed some extra places for smaller clothing. After
Around the blog lately plus home and family happenings. . . Hello friends, it’s being a while since I last connected with you through this blog. In the past few months, I have had some setbacks and have not been able to blog as much. That’s not to say that I have not been trying to get back on my “feet” since Fall – albeit to no avail.
Painting on Canvas is a great way to help Toddlers, Preschoolers, and Kindergartners develop creativity with art. Do you have some little painters at home? A great way to help them improve their art and painting skills is by allowing them to paint on canvas rather than on construction paper always. Canvas painting takes a little more thought and less of a rush that even the kids would
Make holiday menu planning easier with this menu planner. It’s clean, simple, covers the basics of what we need to prepare a dinner, and customized to suit the holiday with title and colors. Are you planning a large dinner for Valentine’s? It seems as though there is a big deal about this ‘holiday’. I see it everywhere I turn – whether it’s in the stores, on
Got kids who love Valentine’s? Help them make little cards for their friends. The kids will have fun making them and hopefully, their friends will love them just as much as the kids loved creating them. We frequently made Valentine’s cards for members of our own immediate family and on occasion, for friends. Last year, one of our kids started school and most of the giving was centered
These bead bracelets and necklaces are so fun to make, the kids love making and wearing them, and they can easily be given as gifts for friends. I pulled out the beads and told the kids we were going to make bracelets. They were ecstatic since it’s been some time since we last made them. They loved choosing their very own colors and coming up with
Writing this post brings back fond memories of my very casual family and kids activity posts that I used to do. I just love the casual feel of these types of posts. I am considering bringing them back. Do you have little ones at home during the winter who cannot wait to get outdoors? I think the girls are OK with staying indoors and keeping