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Precursor to Living Lightly. This is a precursor to the Living Lightly series.

Precursor to Living Lightly

We unofficially moved out of our house Wednesday night and started staying on the RV. Staying a whole 3 blocks from our house, so still in the hood. Walk through on the house Thursday went great, that was the last major hurdle to clear and the buyers were pleased. Untitled. Your refrigerator is one of the most important appliances in the home.


It’s the storage location for food and beverages. So that makes it very important to keep it clean and sanitary. If your fridge is messy, then this could lead to all sorts of problems like food poisoning and other food-borne illnesses. You also don’t want to be cleaning your fridge every week, either. That’s why we have compiled a list of clever, creative ways to organize your fridge and freezer. Chalkboard Fridge Paint a chalkboard on the front of your fridge, so you can easily let your family know what’s for dinner.

Or Use A Dry Erase Board If you don’t want to paint a chalkboard, then use a dry erase marker to write on your fridge. Create An “Eat Me First” Basket One of the most difficult things we struggle with is perishable foods. Dedicated Snack Zone If you have kids, they love rampaging through the fridge and leaving a mess just to get their hands on some snacks. Magazine Freezer Shelves. DIY Fabric Planters - How to Decorate Flower Pots. These fabric planter covers are an ideal way to bring your own style and pop of color to any indoor gardening project.

DIY Fabric Planters - How to Decorate Flower Pots

Learn how to decorate your clay and terra cotta flower pots with fabric for a bold new look. 1. Use the plastic drip tray or the top rim of the flowerpot (whichever is larger) as a template by laying it on top of the burlap fabric. Draw around the circle adding an extra 1” and cut out using the 8” Amplify® Mixed Media Shears. 2. 3. 4. 60+ of the BEST DIY Christmas Decorations - Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons. We gathered up Over 60 of the BEST DIY Christmas Decorations and Craft Ideas to share with you today!

60+ of the BEST DIY Christmas Decorations - Kitchen Fun With My 3 Sons

Everything from Outdoor Decoration, Table Settings, DIY Holiday Crafts, and Home Decor…we have you covered! DIY Snowman Logs from Lorilee… DIY Lighted PVC Pipe Candy Canes from DIY Show Off… DIY Burlap Garland from Creative Craft Love… Giant Ornament Balls from Hallmark... Hanging Christmas Planter (unknown source)… Build a Dog Cot for around $10. · PVC pipe 1-inch (inside diameter determines the size) schedule 40 (thick wall).

Build a Dog Cot for around $10

Can be purchased at Home Depot for about $2.48 for a 10-foot stick. · Three way corner pieces (1 inch) item # F100W3W. Can be purchased at C & S Plastics 1550 5th. Street SW, Winter Haven, Florida 33880. Phone number 863-299-6639. . · Open weave plastic mesh marine upholstery fabric (similar to Phifertex) is the best choice to use. . · Buildex Teks Lath Screws #8 X 1/2" can be purchased at Home Depot for about $5.49 a box with 260 count. . - Cordless drill with variable clutch settings - Screwdriver Bit - Screwdriver Magnetizer (optional but very helpful if doing this alone) Homemade Christmas Ideas, Projects, Printables - Knick of Time. As I was looking back through past homemade Christmas ideas and projects, I realized that you may have missed many of then – especially if you are new to my blog, so it made sense to round them all up into one easy to navigate post.

Homemade Christmas Ideas, Projects, Printables - Knick of Time

I’ve got four years worth of DIY Christmas posts, projects, graphics, printables, and gift ideas, and they are all organized into categories with links to every post. {Just click on the images below to visit all the posts in each category} Are you looking for inexpensive gift ideas you can make? Handmade gifts are always appreciated and this section will help you find just the right ones to make! Free-Plans-Bathroom-Mirror-Storage-Cabinet. Camping Tips and Hacks for Families. We have done the impossible three times in the past 2 months… we went camping as a family!

Camping Tips and Hacks for Families

We have six kids ranging in age from 2 to 8 and let’s just say the idea of camping terrified me at first, and we now have a routine. I love it! These are just a few of the tips that we have scoured the internet for and incorporated into our camping routine. Grill fruit – it is easier for small fingers to grab the fruit and put it on the roasting stick by themselves. Free Online Top 100 Song Radio by Year Since 1900 - Present Day. School Cheat Sheets. DDPYOGA demo STRENGTH BUILDER workout. Teach me to braid: in that ugly brown chair. This morning, like so many other mornings, I awkwardly gathered two boy babies out of their cribs and carried them to the chair.

teach me to braid: in that ugly brown chair

That ugly, tannish brown chair that's a few years older than my husband. The chair that's creaky, worn and weak-seamed. The one that smells like Murphy. Louie was sinking lower and lower in my left arm while I waited for that goofy dog to ease himself lazily out of that blessed chair, stretching one leg, then the other, keeping the tips of his toes on it until Louie seemed concerned I was going to let him fall. I gave Murphy a gentle shove with my heel, and the boys and I settled into the chair's dog-warmed softness. By settling in, I mean that I tried to make food available to them as quickly as possible while they clamored and clawed at me, making noises that were part cries, part laughs and part hyperventilation. But there's another. Gus clawed at Louie's eyes.

They adore her.