As a first time puppy mom, I got a little carried away buying toys for Hunter. Plushies with squeakers? Check. Classic Kong? Check. Puzzle balls? Check. But after paying $10 for a glorified rope and fuzzy tennis ball that shed into a million tiny choking hazards from a pet store, I became a lot more skeptical that buying toys was the way to go.
Each new year, I crazy clean the house, set our year’s budget, and get an overwhelming urge to redecorate. Coming right off of the holidays though isn’t the best time to splurge on big-ticket items. Try a few easy, low cost ways to refresh your home instead. read more
If you have ever spent an exorbitant amount of time wondering why is it so hard to find cute laundry baskets that don’t cost an arm and a leg, this post is for you. I was so sick of our ugly plastic hamper taking up precious space in our small bathroom, it was time for a change. I just had no idea sticking the tag ‘woven hamper’ onto a basket would make prices jump $80+.
We’re trying something a little different for 2018; guest writers! Today, Kacey Bradley of The Drifter Collective is sharing her picks for trends to try for New Years. The Drifter Collective is an eclectic lifestyle blog that expresses various forms of style through the influence of culture and the world around us.
Along with writing for her blog, she frequently writes for sites like US Travel News, Thought Catalog, Style Me Pretty, Tripping.com and more. So let’s see what trends she’s excited to see for the New Year!
Instead of sugar plums this year, I had visions of sugar trees dancing in my head. I was going to make 3D, spun trees as show-stopping toppers for the dessert table. Nevermind I had only ever made caramel once successfully for popcorn. I blame watching copious amounts of Great British Bakeoff and Holiday Baking Championship for convincing me I could do this.