Caring For Your Real Christmas Tree

Caring for Your Real Christmas Tree – Tips on caring for a natural Christmas tree so it lasts all season long! Even if it’s your first real tree ever! Year after year when it’s time to start decorating the house for Christmas, Josh pulls out our Christmas bins from the rafters in the garage and starts piling them all into the house. . .including a humongous box that houses our artificial Christmas tree. He puts it together branch by branch (with a {Read More}

How I Finally Got My Preschooler to Sleep

How I Finally Got My Preschooler to Sleep – If you feel like you’ve tried everything to get your little one to sleep, I have one more idea for you! I remember when the kids were infants and Josh and I wondered if we’d ever sleep again. As the years went by, sleep schedules continued to improve. . .especially for our son, Dane. Our daughter, Cora, was a bit of a different story. As a toddler she’d often wake during {Read More}

7 Summer Health Care Tips for Dogs

7 Summer Health Care Tips for Dogs – Great tips for keeping your dog healthy and active this summer! If only summer could last forever, right? It’s undoubtedly my favorite season of the year and it seems to fly by so quickly! However, we’ve had our share of “really” warm days this year and it sounds like we’re in for more heat in the coming weeks. Our English cream golden retriever, Belle, spends most of her time outside in the summer, {Read More}

Simple Steps to a Clean Refrigerator

Simple Steps to a Clean Refrigerator – Deep cleaning and organizing the fridge isn’t always a ton of fun but by following a few simple steps you’ll be opening the door for friends and neighbors because you’re proud of what’s inside! This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of The Duck Brand. All opinions are 100% mine.   I’m in “that mode.” Spring cleaning mode, that is. Purging, cleaning, organizing. . .repeat. . .room after room. The {Read More}

Spring Cleaning Tips for Dog Owners

Spring Cleaning Tips for Dog Owners – Are you sure you thought of everything when it comes to cleaning this spring? Keep your home clean and your dog and family healthy with these important spring cleaning tips! Spring is sure taking its sweet time making an appearance around here. To say that folks around these parts are a bit disappointed with Mother Nature would be an understatement. Although I’m not a fan of the cold weather, when you’re a person who {Read More}

Using Vinegar in the Laundry: How to Whiten Whites

This post has been sponsored by Four Monks. All thoughts and opinions are my own. If anyone would have told me years ago what a struggle it would be to keep white laundry, white. . .I wouldn’t have believed them. Growing up, my mom would soak socks in bleach before washing them in a hot water wash. We did laundry on Mondays and Thursdays, and I’m pretty sure our family had some of the whitest socks on the planet. I {Read More}

10 Tips to Prepare for Your Family’s First Trip to Disney World

This post includes affiliate links. Please see my disclosure. Our family is planning something big and I wanted to let you in on it today. We are planning our very first trip to Disney World! This is something we’ve been talking about for years and it’s finally happening! If you’re in the same boat, you’re in the right place. Join me as I share 10 Tips to Prepare for Your Family’s First Trip to Disney World! I think the biggest challenge for {Read More}

How to Clean the Inside of Your Oven Door

I’ve been doing a lot of baking lately, so that means I’ve been using my oven more. The other day while I was baking cookies, I turned on the interior light to peek through the glass door to see how they were coming along. . .and. . . I could see nothing. That’s why I’m sharing a tutorial today on how to clean the inside of your oven door. Because, just wait until you see what mine looked like! Now, {Read More}

Potty Training Your Puppy #NudgeThemBack

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #NudgeThemBack #CollectiveBias  Months after my husband, Josh, and I got married, we welcomed a new golden retriever into our family. Our little Allie Roo. Allie was one of our first “responsibilities” as a married couple and the first “little one” that was completely and utterly dependent on. . .us. Josh traveled a lot for work, so she was the perfect companion for me in {Read More}

8 Homemade Hacks: Cleaning Recipes

Happy April Fool’s Day! I really don’t like this holiday AT ALL. People pull pranks on me all day because they know I’m gullible. I’m the type of person that trusts most everyone until you give me a reason not to. In this day and age I know that’s probably a dangerous quality to have, but that’s just me. Take it or leave it. So anyway, I’m not here today to share a cake recipe that could be passed off {Read More}

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