I love having friends and family come to our house. Most of the time my house is picked up but the biggest battle is with my girls and the guest bathroom. They think they can leave it a mess. I try to instill in them that they need to keep the bathroom clean because it is after all the guest bathroom as well. Here are some ways to make your bathroom friendly for both family and friends. The first thing you can do is make a little framed sign reminding your guests to put the lid down. There is an
Sometimes showing someone you love does not take a lot of money. It is the thought that counts. Yea it is nice to get presents from the one you love but that if you get those material things all the time you get a little spoiled. So here are some simple ways to show someone just how special they are to you. The first suggestion is to write a handwritten note. I love when my girls write me little notes and I find them throughout the day. Another way to show your love is to cook a home cooked
I love to window shop. I know sometimes people think it is depressing but I think of it in another way. I think of it as a challenge. How can I recreate the look cheaper and in my own unique way. Recently we visited Concord Mills Mall in the Charlotte/ Concord, North Carolina area. I wish we had planned more time to visit there because there were a whole bunch of shops I would have loved to have gone into but we ran out of time. There is something exciting about going into a store and trying
Disclosure: I received a complimentary dress in exchange for this review. All opinions expressed are 100% mine. This past weekend my family and I were the guests of the Charlotte Regional Visitors Authority. Knowing the fabulous places that we would be going I needed some fabulous clothes as well. In one of our outings, I wore this fabulous dress from Coco's Boutique. If you are not familiar with this awesome boutique then let me tell you a little bit about them. They are located in the heart of
For a while, I have been playing with the idea of getting rid of our piano. When we first got it, I envisioned my girls taking lessons and entertaining us with how beautifully they played. Insert real life here, it did not turn out like that. We got the piano for free I might add but my girls never had an interest in taking lessons, and it just became the elephant in the room. Now that my girls are growing up, I finally decided to part with the image that I created and started thinking more practical.