It can be easy to overlook your digital life when working through decluttering your things. The truth is, it’s easier to see the physical clutter in our homes and that is why digital clutter is sometimes overlooking. It is just as important to perform a digital declutter, as it is to declutter your bathroom, kitchen or laundry room. In order to truly declutter your life, you need to ensure that all aspects of it are tackled. So today, let’s talk about doing a digital declutter. Email We all have email accounts. Perhaps some of us even have more than one. Do you still need thatRead More →

There are quite a few blogging awards out there. I have been fortunate enough to have been nominated for several of them, including the Mystery Blogger Award, The Versatile Blogger Award, and the Sunshine Blogger Award. Now, thanks to Victoria from Victoria Austin, I have been nominated for the Liebster Award. I love that the blogging community is so supportive. Blogging Awards like these really help to show you are reaching other people and they appreciate all the hard work that goes into your blog. The Rules Thank the blogger who nominated you and provide a link to their post Answer the 11 questions theyRead More →

Crackers are a favorite snack for my family. Much like with muffins, there are so many different flavors of cracker out there, that it’s hard to choose, let alone get tired of eating them. However, among all of those crackers, cheese crackers are our ultimate favorite. However, there came a point where I wanted to try to make crackers from scratch. After searching through multiple recipes online, I stumbled upon one for cheese crackers. After making a few times, I modified this recipe to what works best for my family. These homemade cheese crackers are packed with flavor and provide a lot of snacking potential.Read More →

March is here and that means it’s time to set up my goals for the month. I don’t know about you, but February went by far too quickly. Of course, it is a short month, but even so, it did seem to come and go before I really had time to really appreciate it. Even when the previous month flies by, I always look forward to a new month. It means I have a new set of goals to work towards and new opportunities to explore. March goals are a bit similar to February’s, but I am working on adding a new thing each month,Read More →

February has come to a close. The month was short, however, that didn’t stop me from getting plenty of reading done. Back in January, I decided to share my thoughts on my monthly reads. In doing this, I hope to inspire people to read more, while tackling my large TBR. I have to say, I’m pretty happy with how much I read in February given that it’s the shortest month of the year. February in books Amulet by Kazu Kibuishi (Books 1-8) This was a series that my son read and wanted me to read. Well, the joke was on him because I had wantedRead More →

Crafting comes in many forms and can be enjoyed by all ages. For many years, as a kid, I made bead necklaces and bracelets. From there I moved on to a variety of crafts but never stuck with any of them. For a good long time, I didn’t even think about crafting. Perhaps an idea would pop into my head, yet I never saw it through. However, recently I have been wanting to get back into crafting and not knowing where to start, I went through various blogs for inspiration. Many crafts spoke to me, yet I did not pick up any of them. Then,Read More →

It is said that the kitchen is the heart of the home. Yet this area can fall into a cluttered mess just as easily as the rest of the home. I know my own kitchen suffered from clutter for years. Performing a kitchen declutter will help this area become more functional. After all, nobody enjoys digging through overflowing cupboards and drawers trying to find that one item needed to prepare dinner. Kitchen declutter tips Whether you have a large or small kitchen, it can be beneficial to clear everything out of it first. That may mean piling those items up in another room or coveringRead More →

Muffins are very versatile food. There are so many different flavors to be made with them. Buttermilk blueberry muffins are one of my favorites to make. They have an amazingly soft texture, thanks to the buttermilk, while the blueberries provide a nice pop of flavor. Though these muffins are most often made in the summer and early fall, baking them in the winter can help add the flavors of summer to the cold winter months. Preheat oven to 400F. In a large bowl, sift together the flour, baking soda, sugar, and salt. Set aside. In a small bowl, whisk together eggs, buttermilk, and melted butter. StirRead More →

Well, February totally snuck up on me. I can’t believe that we are already in the second month of the year. I suppose it is good that time is going quickly because that means winter will be over soon. A new month means it’s time to get new goals. My February goals are still on the light side, much like with my January goals. However, I feel like they will keep me busy throughout the month. Before we dive into this months goals, I want to take a moment and look back on how I did with January’s goals. How did I do with myRead More →

The month January has come to an end. During the month I had a goal of reading 8 books. I managed to achieve that and more, so I thought it would be funt o share my thoughts on the books that I read. January in books is the start of an ongoing series which will highlight the books that I read each month over the course of the year. January in books Fruits Basket Collectors Edition by Natsuki Takaya The 12 volumes of Fruits Basket Collections Edition contain all 23 volumes of the manga series. This is a quirky little series that follows a girl, TohruRead More →