No matter how fast I run I just can’t seen to leave acne behind me. By no means am I a Pro-Active candidate, but I will tell you that I have found a “brew” that works it’s own magic. Dickinson’s Witch Hazel has been a Godsend for me. I have been using this product since… Continue reading Double, Double Toil and Trouble
Okay, so I am addicted to bags. My secret is out! By no means am I a hoarder [well, maybe one step shy of one], but let me clarify by saying that I don’t have a whole closet devoted to purses and totes…..but that does sound nice, doesn’t it? Shannon Brannan, my personal consultant for… Continue reading One Bag is Never Enough
REAL SIMPLE ~ New Uses for Old Things Layer paper plates between your formal dinnerware to keep them from chipping. Ingenuous idea, and cheap. Not so long ago I was trying to figure out a way to keep my red chargers from scratching while being stored away until the next Christmas rolled around. Wish I… Continue reading Ordinary Paper Plates
Who wouldn’t want cupcakes that look like these yummy little morsels? The latest edition of SOUTHERN LADY magazine contains this scrumptious Key Lime Cupcake recipe along with a template for you to make your own adorable cupcake wrappers. Instructions say to print and cutout design, then trace onto your desired choice of scrapbook paper. Use… Continue reading Wrap It Up
Did you know that the secret to keeping the other half of a cut ripe avocado green is in the preserving method? Well, according to Food Networks Alton Brown it is. Follow the steps below, courtesy of Natural News.com, and keep from having to throw away that unused half of such a heart healthy fruit.… Continue reading Keep it Green
When my sister-in-law got married, I happily volunteered to assemble her 4 piece invitation. What was I thinking right? Well, it was under 100 invites and I wanted to participate. I remember the day the box arrived, and I remember opening it, revealing a beautiful cream flat card with thermographed burgundy text, a lovely flocked… Continue reading Iron It Out
When re-potting, prevent soil from draining out of flower pots by placing a filter at the bottom, over the drainage hole. Then add the soil.