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Save Time and Reduce Stress with a Home Warranty

Architecture, Family House, Front Yard, Garage, Home

New homeowners are often overwhelmed with all of the new responsibilities that come with owning a house, which is why having plans for a home warranty is something valuable and should not be looked over. A home warranty, not to be confused with home insurance, is a contract that provides … [Continue Reading...]

New Puppy Or Dog Owner? Here’s What You Need

We all know the saying, "A dog is man's best friend," and that may be true but even a best friend can be hard to teach. Training and raising a dog is not the easiest task in the world. It takes a sufficient amount of love and care to properly train your dog. It also requires much patience or your … [Continue Reading...]

How Can Working Parents Save on Food Bills?

After a long day at work, dining out is the easiest option to turn to. This could become repetitive and maybe already is, for many working parents. As a result, the increased household expenditure of eating at a restaurant or even buying fast food can put you in deep worries at the end of the … [Continue Reading...]

Property Tax: Its Importance And Why Do We Need To Pay It

The most important needs of a human include food, water, clothing, sleep, and shelter. Having a shelter is important as it functions as protection and a source of privacy. There are other reasons why we love our home, and that includes having time with our families and making memories with them. … [Continue Reading...]

5 popular facts about the Le Corbusier Sofa Lc3

Every furniture piece has a story to tell and the Le Corbusier Sofa Lc3 is no exception at all. It’s a piece that was made by the iconic Le Corbusier and his team, and we’re here today to dish out some popular facts about it that you might not have known. Let’s take a look:   It’s … [Continue Reading...]

On Our Table

Make a Quick Cream Cheese Apple Braid

cream cheese apple braid

The first month or so after Christmas usually ends up being pretty lean times around here. This year is no exception, even though we didn't go overboard with the gifts. That means I haven't been grocery shopping as much as I would like and the fridge is getting a little bit boring. To cheer us up, … [Read More...]

Chicken Noodle Soup with Fresh Homemade Egg Noodles

I wasn't planning on posting this chicken noodle soup recipe, hence the horrible quality cell phone photos!  Once the family tried it, though-- we decided it was probably one of the best soups I have ever made!  Which means I had to share it so I would remember just how I threw it together!  The … [Read More...]

Silk Pumpkin Pie Bread Pudding Recipe #SilkHoliday

pumpkin pie bread pudding

My son and I are both lactose sensitive. While we don't often let that stop us from enjoying our favorite foods, I do try to make them without adding unnecessary milk. That's where Silk comes into the picture. We both enjoy drinking Silk products in smoothies and on their own -- especially the … [Read More...]

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Home & Garden

diy rustic wheel herb container garden project

DIY Rustic Wheel Herb Garden How-To #MiracleGroProject

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Miracle-Gro for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine. Gardening should be fun!  I love to … [Read More...]

my weekly menu board

DIY Photo Frame Menu Board with Fellowes Saturn2 95 Laminator

I know I have been saying it a LOT, but it is almost time for our kids to go back to school! Nine more days until the big day! We have been getting … [Read More...]

Family Moments

Dinosaur Park 1988 - Rapid City, South Dakota

Dad and The Giant Dinosaur :: Throw Back Thursday #tbt

I have wanted to participate in Throwback Thursday for a while now, but I always forget! Not today! I dug out some old photos and hope to remember to … [Read More...]

recipe book from a mini photo album

Preserve Memories with a DIY Photo Album Recipe Book #CanonPIXMA

This is a sponsored conversation inspired by the Canon PIXMA MG7120. All thoughts and opinions are genuine and 100% my own. For more information on … [Read More...]