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Hello November. You’ve barely arrived and already Starbucks is breaking out the red cups. The local mall is assembling its Christmas tree and you’ve just realized you haven’t even thought about the holidays. Before you fret about the chaos that is to come, start your week off the right way with some real ... read more
5 Apple Recipes to Enjoy this Fall
These yummy treats are the apple of our eye this fall!
I spent the night at my parents’ house earlier this week – which is always a treat in and of itself! – but just when I thought it couldn’t get any better, my mom pulled a warm pan of apple crisp out of the oven. YUM. The whole house smelled amazing and it was the perfect cozy dessert to wrap up our evening together. Here are some other apple recipes found on Pinterest tha... read more
14 Entertaining Hacks You’ll Be Thankful You Read Before Thanksgiving
Hosting Turkey Day will be a treat once you master these entertaining hacks.
Being home for the holidays is all about relaxing, making memories and sharing great meals together. However, if you are the one hosting the holiday at your house then being home for the holidays can mean lots of prepping , budget breaking shopping lists and what feels like a race against time to get it all done. Here are some of our favor... read more
Your Home’s November Honey-Do List
Prep your home for the holidays and cooler weather with this list of home to dos that you’ll be especially thankful for.
This month, we’re especially thankful for home. Home is where the family comes together, where we’re protected from the elements, and where love abounds. Your home’s November Honey-Do list will make sure your home is ready for the holidays, prepared for colder weather and loved inside and out.
1. Winterize yo... read more
The Power of a Place Called Home
How one room in the house can help shape the people we grow up to be.
A few weeks ago, I was lying in bed listening to the soft chirp of crickets outside and the noise softly transported me back to my childhood bedroom. I used to sleep with the windows open in the warmer months and I vividly remember falling asleep to the rhythmic summer symphony outside. I was suddenly overwhelmed by nostalgia for a time when summer meant a break from responsibility, freedom ... read more