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Ok, Moms. I need some input here. Usually during the summer, I find myself losing a few pounds because the heat and my eating habits do not mix at all.
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My youngest son is a chocolate fanatic. I recently made a pound cake and while he tried it, I could tell he wasn’t absolutely enthused about it. Of course, Momma had to find a compromise.
Last fall, no one in my home state of South Carolina imagined we would have to deal with the consequences of flooding on such a large and devastating scale. Here in Columbia, SC we were receiving as much as 17 inches of rain in 17 hours and the rain never let up. It rained for days on end. I felt hopeless reading social media updates and receiving texts from friends less than 5 miles away from me that were having to evacuate their homes.
You bought or rented the house you live in today for a reason. What was it? Maybe it was the right price for your budget. Maybe it was in an area with lots of great schools? Perhaps it had a feature that you’d always wanted, like a pool or a balcony!
Whatever it was, there will have been at least one other thing. Because you liked it, of course!
I don’t know about you, but we spend so much time in our family room with our friends and family. Most of day-to-day activities center around this room. Recently, we did some moving around of furniture and I love how much it has opened up the room. Most of my family and friends are used to me moving things around on a regular basis. I believe it’s important that you give your family room a makeover from time to time.
There are so many things that can potentially go wrong when you are carrying out a DIY (do-it-yourself) project. Doing it yourself is inherently risky when you’re not a professional. Of course, that doesn’t mean that you should avoid carrying out DIY jobs. There are many great reasons to do DIY. It’s often cheaper than hiring professionals, and you always take more pride in the outcome when you’ve done the work. But there are some key mistakes that are often made when people take on a DIY project.
It’s summer time which means I am home with my younger two kids and they are constantly looking for ways to be entertained. Of course, with the heat we have here in South Carolina outdoors play is not always feasible during the day so we find indoor activities to keep us occupied, like our Summer Camp at Home Series. With all that indoor play, it is essential for me to include cleaning activities to ensure they are cleaning up after themselves.