Recipe Review: Cast Iron Skillet Focaccia Bread

I’ve been wanting to try my hand at making focaccia bread since seeing Samin Nosrat make it on Netflix’s Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat. If you enjoy cooking and the science behind it, you need to watch this series! I’m also making my way through the audio book, so good! Anyways, I signed up to bringContinue reading “Recipe Review: Cast Iron Skillet Focaccia Bread”

Top 10 Family Friendly Things to do on Tybee Island

1. Visit the Beach, of Course! During our week-long vacation to Tybee Island, Georgia, the first agenda item every morning was to hit the beach. After breakfast, we swapped our coffee for lemonade, loaded up on sunscreen and walked two short blocks over to the beach. While at the beach, we combed for shells, playedContinue reading “Top 10 Family Friendly Things to do on Tybee Island”

Updating the Powder Room with Painted Tile

I have no idea why the previous owners tiled all the walls and ceiling in the powder room. Was that a thing for a while? So. Much. Tile. Aside from the dated tile, the rest of the powder room was do-able; the sink and toilet are a newer style that suits us fine and theContinue reading “Updating the Powder Room with Painted Tile”

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Park Inn Hotel – Mason City, IA

Hey there! It’s been quite a while since I’ve posted, mainly because we are still in the midst of relocation. I haven’t shared much about the process because it would just be lots of whining about the stress, and I don’t think anyone wants to hear that! On the bright side, I’m loving my newContinue reading “Frank Lloyd Wright’s Park Inn Hotel – Mason City, IA”

August Recap Plus an Announcement!!!

July was a super productive blog month, I cranked out five posts with a couple more projects humming right along…Then, August came and….radio silence! Here’s the scoop on where I’ve been all month plus an exciting announcement! We spent the first two weeks working on home maintenance stuff that isn’t the most inspiring blog material.Continue reading “August Recap Plus an Announcement!!!”

Making the Most of our Small Bedroom

A while back, I started thinking about how to free up space both visually and physically in our bedroom. It’s a pretty small bedroom, about 12 x 12, so I need to be choosy about what furniture and decor go where and evaluate whether it makes sense in terms of form and function. For example, IContinue reading “Making the Most of our Small Bedroom”