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Two Tasks

I woke up this morning around 5:00 a.m. to get ready for work. I sluggishly brushed my teeth and hair, put some setting powder on my face to get rid of last nights oiliness, checked out my eyelashes (still holdin’ up well for putting this mascara on 24 hours ago), threw my hair up into a ponytail, and swiped on some lip plumping lipgloss – hoping it would make me look a little more alive. 666 more words

Messianic Judaism

Earth Day and Zero Waste

I cannot tell you how granola I feel like right now. I’m drinking water out of a mason jar, I ground my own peanut butter at the store today, and I bought quinoa and cocoa powder in bulk using my own jars, all while wearing my baby in a baby carrier. 1,057 more words


Tuna Noodle Casserole

Oh my lovelives. I just love a good Tuna Noodle Casserole and this recipe is from cooking tip of the say, and this should help you make the best one you can make. 18 more words

Spring Cleaning

While I am a big advocate of cleaning on a regular basis (haha), I actually love Spring Cleaning. When I think of Spring Cleaning many memories come to mind.  699 more words

Clothesline Up. Bought All New Clothespins. Trees Blooming. Sun Shining.

Looking to be a good day.

I got a new batch of wooden clothespins but added a bunch of plastic ones that got good reviews. The plastic ones might be better for holding large sheets and towels but only time will tell if they leave odd clamp marks. 69 more words

Living on One Income part 1. Cutting the grocery budget in half.

The grocery budget is the fastest way to jump-start your new frugal budget.  It can be a huge change that inspires you with savings.  Here are some ways I save money in the kitchen.


Why an orchestrated space is important to my well-being

To anyone who’s ever lived with me, it’s no secret that having a place for everything and putting everything in its place is one of my top priorities in my home life.   572 more words