Hello! It’s Bettijo and Aimée here from Paging Supermom. We are so excited to share a tip that has been making life a little less stressful around here — last year we started using a dry erase menu for planning our family’s weekly meals.
The dry erase menu we had was behind clear plastic on the cover of our recipe binder. We love the convenience of the dry erase but decided it would be nice to create a more visible dry erase menu board to post in the kitchen.
The great thing about a dry erase menu is how easy it is to change things up. It is nice for those who like to plan out their menu before
heading out grocery shopping, but I think it’s even more useful for those of you, like me, who don’t end up having time to plan things (hey, I’m just lucky to squeeze in a trip to the store!) However, without planning things out ahead, I’ll buy what is on sale or looks good, but I kept ending up with a lot of fresh produce that would spoil because I put it in the fridge and forgot about it.
I am getting so excited for Spring! I love decorating my mantel for the seasons. And I love lighted garlands for holidays. So I thought it would be fun to create a lighted garland for Spring. And I love the paper flowers at Michaels. I used them to create some pretty Valentine artwork earlier. This […]
Hi all! I a so excited to be a member of Jen’s team again! I hope your new year has started off grand:) I wanted to share with you a recipe that my mom used to make at least once a week….and I have followed on in that tradition. These three ingredient chicken tenders are […]
This month as part of the #MichaelsMakers team we were asked to make a project with a “Springtime in Paris” theme. And of course, when I think of Springtime in Paris, I think of beautiful flowers, farmers markets, bikes and pretty colors. So I thought it would be fun to gussy up the front porch […]
There’s nothing better than beautifying your home with great ideas like these … 20 DIY Decor Projects! Swedish Workbench Station @ Maison de Pax Family Picture Ledges @ A Pumpkin and a Princess Klein Blue Cabinet with Arrow Handles @ Brepurposed Easy Confetti Accent Wall @ Rain on a Tin Roof
It’s great to be lucky any time of year, but especially around St. Patty’s Day! So in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, enjoy these great ideas – 17 Lucky Projects! Lucky Bubble Gum Charm @ Bloom Designs LUCKY St. Patrick’s Day Printable @ A Step in the Journey Rainbow Pot O’ Gold Marshmallow Pops @ […]
It’s Friday!! Welcome back to the … We’ve combined the popular parties at I Heart Nap Time, Lil’ Luna, Somewhat Simple, Tatertots & Jello and Today’s Creative Blog to make a giant link party. You’ll only have to link up once to to be listed on all five sites, and each of us will choose […]
With all the colds and flu going around, I need all the help I can get to keep my family healthy. A friend shared this easily adaptable, all-natural orange granola recipe. I love it as a snack after working out or to add to lunches. I have been experimenting with ways to try Essential […]
Hi TT&J readers! I’m Taryn from Design, Dining and Diapers and it’s always good to be here. Today, I’m sharing a really easy and festive St. Patricks Day Activity For Kids! My daughter is almost four and she’s really into all the holidays. As soon as Valentine’s Day was over she was asking what came […]