Monthly Archives: August 2014

The New Brown Bag Lunch- Salad in a Jar

By: Elisa Voland With the new school year comes new errands and play dates for the kids, leaving you with little time to yourself. Whether you’re at work or home, the new craze of salads in a jar creates a

The New Brown Bag Lunch- Salad in a Jar

By: Elisa Voland With the new school year comes new errands and play dates for the kids, leaving you with little time to yourself. Whether you’re at work or home, the new craze of salads in a jar creates a

Sugar, Spice and Everything Pumpkin

By Nicollette Niles With fall just around the corner, images of warm sweaters, campfires, leaves changing colors and of course pumpkins, begin coming to mind. Pumpkins are an essential part of fall because of how many ways they are incorporated

Sugar, Spice and Everything Pumpkin

By Nicollette Niles With fall just around the corner, images of warm sweaters, campfires, leaves changing colors and of course pumpkins, begin coming to mind. Pumpkins are an essential part of fall because of how many ways they are incorporated

Incandescent Bulbs are Seeing the Light: Bring New Light to Your Home

Photo courtesy of: www.flickr.com By Taylor Grantham When you picture a light bulb you think of this, right? The incandescent bulb has been in use since the late 1800s. The definition of incandescent from Merrian-Webster is “producing bright light when

Incandescent Bulbs are Seeing the Light: Bring New Light to Your Home

Photo courtesy of: www.flickr.com By Taylor Grantham When you picture a light bulb you think of this, right? The incandescent bulb has been in use since the late 1800s. The definition of incandescent from Merrian-Webster is “producing bright light when

The Secret Ingredient? Zucchini.

Photo courtesy of: www.chef-in-training.com By Nicollette Niles It’s the weekend and you’re ready to stay in and relax. You decide it’s time to bake some warm, gooey brownies and pop in a good movie, but then you realize how bad

The Secret Ingredient? Zucchini.

Photo courtesy of: www.chef-in-training.com By Nicollette Niles It’s the weekend and you’re ready to stay in and relax. You decide it’s time to bake some warm, gooey brownies and pop in a good movie, but then you realize how bad

Make the New School Year a Success

Photo courtesy of: www.flickr.com By Kristin Waites Starting school can be stressful (for both your children and you,) so it’s important to do everything you can to make sure your family has a smooth transition. At My Home Life, we

Make the New School Year a Success

Photo courtesy of: www.flickr.com By Kristin Waites Starting school can be stressful (for both your children and you,) so it’s important to do everything you can to make sure your family has a smooth transition. At My Home Life, we

Recycle Toilet Paper Rolls into Racecars

By Kristin Waites Looking for a fun, simple and inexpensive project for the kids? Here’s a great craft to keep their attention and provide hours of fun afterwards! The process is simple, but be sure to help younger kids with

Recycle Toilet Paper Rolls into Racecars

By Kristin Waites Looking for a fun, simple and inexpensive project for the kids? Here’s a great craft to keep their attention and provide hours of fun afterwards! The process is simple, but be sure to help younger kids with

One Pot, Six Cans: Chicken Tortilla Soup

By Taylor Grantham It’s always the perfect time for a good bowl of chicken tortilla soup. With a kick of spice, this soup can serve as an entire meal or a side dish. Make this dish your own by adding

One Pot, Six Cans: Chicken Tortilla Soup

By Taylor Grantham It’s always the perfect time for a good bowl of chicken tortilla soup. With a kick of spice, this soup can serve as an entire meal or a side dish. Make this dish your own by adding

Simple DIY Tile Coasters

Photo courtesy of: www.burkatron.com By Kristin Waites Making your own coasters is an easy project that is both useful and decorative. In addition, the supplies are inexpensive, which means you won’t feel bad if you make a mistake or want

Simple DIY Tile Coasters

Photo courtesy of: www.burkatron.com By Kristin Waites Making your own coasters is an easy project that is both useful and decorative. In addition, the supplies are inexpensive, which means you won’t feel bad if you make a mistake or want

Don’t Go CroNuts! Simple DIY Recipe

Photo courtesy of: www.flickr.com By Nicollette Niles The cronut took America by storm when the Dominique Ansel Bakery in New York City created the croissant-doughnut crossover. People were taken by its light, airy, sugar-glazed deliciousness, and traveled from near and

Don’t Go CroNuts! Simple DIY Recipe

Photo courtesy of: www.flickr.com By Nicollette Niles The cronut took America by storm when the Dominique Ansel Bakery in New York City created the croissant-doughnut crossover. People were taken by its light, airy, sugar-glazed deliciousness, and traveled from near and