Ever since I was a little girl, my love for “school supplies” has been slightly out of control. I remember meticulously color coding by subject (blue for math, pink for social studies, etc.), all the way from the folders, binders, and book covers, straight down to which Post-it® notes and highlighter to use.
As I slowly integrate into the adult world while trying my hardest to say office supplies rather than school supplies when speaking to other business professionals, I have retained my color coding and organization skills with just a few tweaks and additions. These are my favorite organizational tips to keeping an organized calendar. Continue reading “Calendar Organization”→
As part of my husband’s birthday present (see post here), I wanted to create something personal representing his forte in “fur-parenting.” At the moment, we do not have any human children, but consider our animals our babies. This was a (somewhat) easy and budget friendly project that not only fulfilled that portion of the gift I was looking for, but also became a personal design feature in our home that we can treasure for years to come. Continue reading “Framed Animal Paw Prints”→
I’ve always loved the act of giving or mailing cards to people for both special occasions or just because! It adds a touch of through that I believe is slowly dwindling in the new age of email, text, Facebook, tweets, etc. Continue reading “DIY – Cards”→
This past week was my husband Brandon’s 29th birthday. We had a party at out home (theme – Make 29 Great Again) filled with yummy appetizers, a keg of beer (hubby’s request), outdoor games, & good friends/family. The party itself wasn’t my focus of worry as much as what on earth to get him. Continue reading “Hubby’s Birthday Gift”→