Pumpkin Carving Made Easy

This post may contain affiliate links. You know that uncontainable excitement most children experience on Christmas morning when they wake to find a tree full of presents? That’s pretty much how I feel about pumpkin carving! It’s one of those childhood traditions I have always loved and will never let go! I know my parents didn’t
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Mary Lambert's Heart On My Sleeve

Heart On My Sleeve Review

You may not know her name, but you know her voice from Ryan Lewis and Macklemore’s marriage equality anthem Same Love in which she declares “I can’t change, Even if I tried”. And soon you’ll know the Seattle native, two time Grammy nominee Mary Lambert for her raw emotion, slam poetry and bravery to wear
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Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation & Education Center

Our Visit to TWREC & Sponsorship of Sophia

This past Sunday, P and I had the opportunity to tour one of our area’s most unique non-profits, the Tamarack Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Center or TWREC. TWREC’s mission since its beginning in 1989 has been to rehabilitate wildlife and return them to the wild while also providing education for all ages to promote appreciation
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10 Household Uses for Vinegar

10 Household Uses for White Vinegar

Using vinegar as an all purpose cleaner has become very popular, especially as more and more people are trying to live frugally and reduce the amount of harmful chemicals they use in their homes. As someone with an unstable immune system, I am hesitant to jump on the band wagon. Many studies show that while
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Saturday Six Pins from In the font of A

Saturday Six Pins #2

Well it’s Saturday, which means it’s time for the second post in my “Saturday Six Pins” series where I highlight six Pinterest pins that really caught my eye over the past week! 1. Wax Paper Transfers As soon as I saw this pin, I knew I had to feature it today! The link the pin
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Our Cable Bill Breakup on In the font of A

Our Cable Bill Breakup

At one point, P and I were paying $80 a month for basic cable television. I don’t know about you, but I think that’s absolutely absurd and I can think of many other things I’d rather spend $80 on each month, like date nights, groceries or paying down debt. As the bill kept going up
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