Kitchen storage challenged? Go vertical!

Kitchen storage challenged? Go vertical!

The kitchen. The place that is the heart of home because, as you know, the way to the heart is with food. Good thing Hubby likes to cook!

I dream that one day I will magically discover the perfect way to organize my kitchen. Hence the rotation of kitchenware, spices, grains, pots, pans, plastic...you get the picture.

Going vertical seemed like the right move. 

 

 

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Rainy Day Project: easy container for center of outdoor table with umbrella

Rainy Day Project: easy container for center of outdoor table with umbrella

Make your own center piece for an outdoor table with umbrella. As projects go this one has to be one of the easiest ones I've taken on so far. The beauty of this is you can add flowers such as I did, or you can use this container for condiments, silverware, sunscreen, playing cards, etc. 

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Pacific Northwest spring gardening madness

Pacific Northwest spring gardening madness

Pacific Northwest spring. This season we have had little rain allowing for some good ole' fashion garden back-breaking work. I'd like to say I'm one of those year round gardeners. You know the kind. The garden is tilled, mulched, and cared for no matter the time of year. But I am not. You'd be surprised though, what some diggin' in the dirt gets you.

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DIY Cute Cabin Style Greenhouse

DIY Cute Cabin Style Greenhouse

I never dreamed I would have a greenhouse cabin. It has become my she-shed where I can play in the dirt or work on some home projects. Hubby built me a potting bench, seed starter shelves, a tomato bed, and lots of storage space. And if one day the greenhouse has run its course, would be pretty easy to convert into a guest cabin.

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Easy to-do dry erase wall decor

Easy to-do dry erase wall decor

If you are like me you have to-do lists all around. Perhaps yours is posted on the refrigerator or you are really techy and it's on your personal device. At work I am always listing my to-do list on a piece of paper. I have tried differnet methods and this is the one that works for me. At home...well that's another matter.

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