• High Five for Friday

    It’s Friday! This post is basically a recap of my Easter weekend. Enjoy! 1. Flowers from my mom’s garden, Easter buckets at each table setting, red wine, and my sweet family. 2. My dad is still a kid at heart. 3. Longest tongue award goes to Leia. 4. My SIL got a cat on Sunday

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  • Decluttering: When to Hold ’em and When to Toss ’em

    Is it possible to be a hoarder and a minimalist? I hope so, because that is me. I act on both ends of the spectrum, and watch out! — it changes fast. Suddenly, a post-it note that reads Soup’s on the counter and remote’s on the couch. Feel better babe! becomes a piece of history I want to

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  • My April Goal: No Processed Food

    I only have one goal this month:* DON’T EAT ANY PROCESSED FOOD. If it comes out of a bag, box or wrapper, it’s off limits. It’s been a long time since I’ve shared much about diet or fitness… which means I haven’t been doing either very well. Because when you’re on a diet, it’s hard to

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  • Happier at Home Review | No Commitment Blogger Book Club #3

    Happy Fool’s Day! In March we read Happier at Home by Gretchen Rubin in the No Commitment Blogger Book Club (<–that’s a mouthful. Maybe I’ll shorten the name to just Book Club?). My thoughts and review below. What was the book about? Gretchen’s search for happiness continues. Modeled after her first book, The Happiness Project,

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