This is the second installment of my quarterly book review series! Every quarter I’m giving a run-down of all the books I read.
This post is the first of a series where I’m covering sustainable changes I’ve made at home. Today I’m giving an overview of sustainable kitchen swaps!
Happy Fourth of July Eve! I have a long weekend off from work this weekend, so I’m using this as a mini summer vacation. I’m probably going to end up reading a lot, and I’m not complaining about it.
These frozen watermelon margaritas as the perfect summer treat. They’re nice and cool on a hot day, and they make great use of leftover watermelon.
Introducing new fur babies to the household order is a daunting task. We’ve done it twice-once when we brought our cat home and once when we adopted our dog.
This recipe is a recreation of my memory of bánh mì hot dogs I had at Alamo Drafthouse. They’ve since taken them off the menu, so this is my alternative!
Today I’m spotlighting Vetta, a new-to-me sustainable clothing brand, with a review of part of their classic capsule.
Adding a seasonal wreath to your front door is such a cheerful way to add some low-cost seasonal decor to your home. Here are some DIY ideas to get started.
Making felt flowers is a useful trick to have up your sleeve for creating DIY decor items. We’ve put together a tutorial for making several flowers.
It’s been a while since we’ve done a what’s on my mind post, but this week I have some things I’m excited to share, so here we go!