I’ve been on a pressed coin mission. It gives me an excuse to go out and walk around. The problem is where to put these coins besides the little books they sell. Solution – make my own pressed coin pages. … Continue reading Pressed Coin Pages – DIY
If you want to watch a scary story for Halloween – find a movie. Want to watch a Christmas tale? Watch a movie. Want to watch a Thanksgiving story? Umm…eh…find a TV episode. Here is my list of television shows to … Continue reading Thanksgiving Shows to Watch
For years I waited for someone (or something) to come and make everything better – in other words – make me better. I wanted God to come down and fix everything. I waited for people to suddenly understand me, my … Continue reading Who Are You Waiting For?
I love my Bullet Journal. It has really helped me focus on what I really value. I get a combination of a planner and scrapbook. I found a lot of great tips on Pinterest and Youtube but there one thing … Continue reading Photos for Bullet Journals
This fresh salsa will make you wonder why you ever eat a salsa out of a jar. The juice is so good you’ll want to drink it so doesn’t go to waste. Ingredients: 6 vine ripe tomatoes – seeded & … Continue reading Fresh Tomato Salsa
Easter is a great time. We get to celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus Christ and know that he is who he said he was. There is also the grand tradition of Easter egg hunts. The problem that egg hunts seem … Continue reading Easter Celebration for Teens & Adults
This adds a bit of vitamin to the normal Bird’s Nests by adding some spinach. Cooking spray (or use coconut oil to rub the muffin pan 12 slices of regular cut bacon (not too thick or thin) partially cooked – you don’t want it crispy – kinda floppy 12 large eggs shredded Mexican cheese blend 1 cup of spinach, chopped chives, chopped (I have a chive plant so I can just snip some off when I need it) Heat the oven to 350 degrees. Use the cooking spray to coat a 12 cup muffin tin. Cut the bacon in half … Continue reading Spring Bird’s Nests
Chicken A La King was a treat growing up. Though I don’t make it that often – my sons always find it a treat as well. Ingredients: 1 stick of butter 1/2 cup green bell pepper, chopped 4oz can of mushroom pieces (drain and keep the liquid) or chop one cup of white or baby bella mushrooms, chopped 1/2 cup all-purpose flour large pinch of salt couple grinds of pepper (can adjust the salt and pepper to taste later) 1 1/2 cups whole milk 1 1/3 cup chicken broth (store bought is fine but homemade is better) 2 cups of … Continue reading Chicken A La King
If your home is in a constant company ready state- then this article isn’t for you (but you might know someone who it is for). Does cleaning make you feel like Sisyphus? If you don’t know who Sisyphus was he was … Continue reading Cleaning is Not Never Ending
Did you find the title incongruous? You might be saying, “If I had too much time then I would have enough time.” Maybe. Unless you’re like me. Let me give you an example. I’ve scheduled two different workout routines. … Continue reading Do You Not Have Enough Time Because You Have Too Much Time?