Matcha Shamrock Shake Knockoff Recipe

Matcha Shamrock Shake Knockoff Recipe

Sharing is Caring!A few weeks ago, I was sick as a dog.  Multiple people told me that “something was going around.”  Well, that something was awful.  I don’t get sick very often, so I was even more awful.  And for some reason, I get a huge sweet tooth whenever I am sick. Okay, who am I kidding. I always have one. I think Shamrock Shakes were on my brain because of St. Patrick’s Day, and also everyone in my house was talking about how McDonald’s changed their shakes into “gourmet” shakes, which just means that they get to charge you … Continue Reading →
A Love Cut Out T-Shirt Refashion for Valentine’s Day

A Love Cut Out T-Shirt Refashion for Valentine’s Day

Sharing is Caring!Remember this heart cut-out t-shirt refashion that I made for Valentine’s Day? And the heart shaped back cut out t-shirt?  That shirt is one of my favorites.  I wear it out and about a lot.  Like I said last week, tons of people have told me how much they love it, too.  So, we’re going to make more of these lovely upcycled and refashioned t-shirts.  My goal is to have an entire dresser drawer full of these lovelies by the end of the year!   Sharing is Caring! Continue Reading →
Refashion a T-Shirt with a Heart Cut Out for Valentine’s Day

Refashion a T-Shirt with a Heart Cut Out for Valentine’s Day

Sharing is Caring!Do you remember this heart cut-out t-shirt refashion?  I love that shirt.  Everyone else loves that shirt, too.  I get soooo many compliments on it.  The best part about that t-shirt is that it is a 10 minute, quick sew tutorial.  Well, this year, I have another quick-sew, step-by-step DIY tutorial on how to refashion a plain gray t-shirt into a back heart cutout for Valentine’s Day! Sharing is Caring! Continue Reading →
Bone Broth Soup Recipe – In a Slow Cooker

Bone Broth Soup Recipe – In a Slow Cooker

Sharing is Caring!Our family frequently eats a whole chicken, usually once per week on Sundays during the winter time.  A whole chicken meal makes such an economical meal because you can get at least two meals out of a chicken.  For the second day, I usually make some type of soup with a chicken broth base.  This bone broth soup is so nutritious and yummy.  You can use this recipe for a variety of different things: chicken stock, your chicken recipes, and medicine — how about making your own, homemade chicken noodle soup for the cold & flu season? Sharing is Caring! Continue Reading →
Key Fobs Craft DIY Homemade Wristlet

Key Fobs Craft DIY Homemade Wristlet

Sharing is Caring!For Christmas, our family makes homemade gifts for each other.  We’ve had this tradition for a long time, so I’m constantly on the hunt for a DIY, homemade gift that does not totally suck.  Like most teenagers, mine have some high standards.  I originally made these cute little key fobs during Christmas a few weeks ago for the women in our family (my kids as well as sister-in-laws, nieces, and friends), but I just haven’t gotten around to writing about it.  Key fobs are so easy to make!  This entire batch of key fobs took me less than … Continue Reading →
Top 10 Money Saving Websites For the New Year

Top 10 Money Saving Websites For the New Year

Sharing is Caring! Happy New Year, everyone! Here is a list of money saving websites … for you, as well as a reminder for me … how I can implement frugal living in the New Year and grow my savings account!  I added a list to almost every website on nice big list on ways to save money. The last two and a half years has been eventful, to say the least.  It’s amazing how your life can change in only one year, never mind in two.  And, with the ushering in of 2017, we come to our New Year’s resolutions. … Continue Reading →