Fall Kitchen Tour

  Fall is slowly spreading throughout my home. Since the kitchen is the heart of the home, I usually begin with this space to get me motivated to finish the rest of the house. Because once I start smelling the wonderful fragrances of autumn and fill my senses with the textural abundance fall brings, I … More Fall Kitchen Tour

Wool Blanket Bunting

Less-than-perfect blankets seem to call to me like orphans seeking a home. I find them at church sales (“For the Love and Comfort of Church Sales“), ¬†thrift stores, and alongside the road (“Curbside Junking Adventures and Tips”). It seems a shame to throw away a perfectly beautiful, warm blanket just because it has a couple … More Wool Blanket Bunting

How To Live with your Collections without the Overwhelm

Do you have any collections? Some items that catch your eye when you’re out and about and just need to come home with you? Maybe your collection began with sentimentality because it reminds you of a beloved relative. Or maybe it’s just something that “speaks” to you. Collections can be fun, but can also lead … More How To Live with your Collections without the Overwhelm

Homemade Granola

When back to school time hits, my internal clock tells me it’s time to make granola. We add it to our yogurt in the morning, pack a baggie of it for a snack, and grab a handful when we get home from work.