How to Make an Easy DIY Reverse Canvas Tutorial | DIY Valentine's Day Decor Idea

Easy Valentine’s Day Reverse Canvas Tutorial! I love Easy DIY Valentine’s Day Décor that can be made with my Silhouette. These DIY Reverse Canvases are such a quick and cheap project good for your home, office or your friends. This step-by-step “How to Make a Valentine’s Day Reverse Canvas tutorial “ will take you through exactly how to create your own with a free SVG File available!

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4 Simple Spots you can Declutter in an Hour or Less | One Hour to a more Organized Home

Decluttering your home can be an overwhelming task. Sometimes I feel like it’s just a circle of stress: You’re stressed because of the clutter but process of decluttering stresses you out. I know I felt that way at the beginning! Have you been watching Tidying Up and decided to KonMari everything? But now overwhelmed with the amount of stuff you have? I found it helpful to break up my home into smaller tasks in order to make progress with my declutter journey. This post will out line 4 spots for you to tackle today, that can all be done in an hour or less. Keep reading to get started on your decluttering journey today! Decluttering these spaces will help you feel like you accomplished something and keep giving you that positive outlook that is so needed on this journey!

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Quick Garlic and Cheddar Biscuits - Red Lobster Copy Cat Recipe

Okay, so this might be weird, but my husband has requested some copy cat red lobster biscuits several times over the years we’ve been together. I’ve never actually eaten them at the restaurant, so when I decided to do this 52 week baking challenge - I was excited to find try them out! They’re super easy to make and seriously one of the most delicious food items I’ve ever eaten. Who doesn’t like garlic & cheesy biscuits?

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DIY Natural Face Wash + Ways to Customize it for You

With all of the new information coming out about the toxic chemicals in the cleaning products around our house, it was only a matter of time before I finally started to upgrade my beauty supplies. This gentle face was cleanser is so perfect for daily use. It leaves me feeling clean and it’s just a few simple ingredients. It’s so much better than the commercial options and way cheaper than the store bought natural lines!

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Top 5 Easy Tips to Keeping your Home Organized and Clutter Free

Now that Marie Kondo is on Netflix, I feel like everyone is talking about her/her book/decluttering their homes! I don’t love all of Kondo’s methods and ways, but I love that she is helping people organize their homes. For me, a decluttered/unorganized/messy/filled up home is cause for a lot of stress. I’m not perfect, and have a ways to go, but I’ve learned a lot over my journey this past year.

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Maple Turkey Breakfast Sausage | Easy Paleo Breakfast Sausage in the Cast Iron Skillet

This quick paleo breakfast sausage is great to have in your rotation. The store bought breakfast sausages are full of additives and preservatives and I am always looking for ways to upgrade the ingredients in my home. You can make this paleo breakfast sausage in about 15-20 minutes so you could easily make it before work, or save yourself even more time by making a batch over the weekend. It keeps well in the refrigerator and it can be frozen for future use. Finding a healthy homemade breakfast sausage alternative was not an easy task. It’s hard to make sausage taste as good as the store bought because of all the flavor enhancers that they use, but this one is a great breakfast idea. Bonus: it’s toddler approved!

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Bite Size Pecan Pies | Perfect Party Dessert

First off, who doesn’t absolutely love pecan pie? I’m not completely sure why it is so underrated! These pies can be ready in 45 minutes or less and are so delicious it will be difficult to just eat one :) Try this recipe if you’re looking for something to bring to your next party. They’re perfect for Christmas, Easter, Mother’s Day, 4th of July, or even someone’s birthday!

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