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Meal Planning Board- Pinterest Success!

Pinterest is simultaneously so amazing and so awful. It's amazing because you get motivated to clean and organize your home, life, EVERYTHING! However, it's awful because you spend the entire hour both kids are napping sitting on the couch looking at Pinterest- meanwhile the dishes aren't washing themselves nor is the laundry folding itself. The hours I've spent on Pinterest have forced many a … [Read more...]

Gingerbread Sheds: My latest Pinterest failure

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I have never claimed to be a master crafter. As a matter of fact, I *stink* at crafting, but for some reason I still try to recreate things from Pinterest that I have absolutely no business attempting. My most recent Pinterest Failure is a Gingerbread House Village. I've seen some adorable, quaint Christmas Gingerbread House Villages on Pinterest and thought that by purchasing a pre-made kit from … [Read more...]

Father’s Day Pinterest Project

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Mondays around here are always a little crazy. Decompressing from the weekend, cleaning up, doing some laundry and getting the kids back on a semi-normal routine. We had a great weekend and loved celebrating Father's Day this year with multiple rounds of golf for Daddy and steak dinners. I wanted to pop in and let you know what we were up to. I've written before about my Pinterest projects (and … [Read more...]

Pinterest Easter Craft Success

My Easter Candy Craft via Pinterest

I've used Pinterest for a lot of things. I would even go as far as saying it has made my life better. It has also created totally unrealistic goals that flopped, like this time. However, I've been pinning fun Easter ideas onto my "Easter" Pinterest board (creatively named, right?) and one of my favorites was a really cute Easter candy-filled vase. While the kids & I were in Target this … [Read more...]

How Pinterest Changed my Life

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One of the hardest transitions for me as a career woman turned stay at home mom was my appearance and dress. I used to go to work as a pharmaceutical sales rep looking my best every day. My suit was dry cleaned, hair blown out and curled and makeup applied. Once Jackson was born and we decided staying home with him was best for our family, my dress code became black yoga pants and a nursing top, … [Read more...]