Most of us can use some home organization help from time to time. These three articles, another “mega” post, will deal with controlling clutter with “drop zones,” efficient organizing tips for your busy life, and just some simple ideas to keep your clutter at bay.
(Family Features) Few would argue about the importance of eating a nutritious, balanced diet. Unfortunately, not everyone knows how to do it.
Here is a free printable called “Facts About Faith.” I found it in an antique Christian book. These statements really give you something to think about, and there is a Scripture reference for each one. Click on the image or link below for the free download.
(StatePoint) Anything to make entertaining easier is a welcome gift around the holiday season. Here are some Christmas baking tips to lessen the stress of preparing dishes for your gatherings.
“Whether you’re a newer cook or a seasoned expert, everyone can use an ally in the kitchen” says Anne-Michele Harrington, brand director at PAM.
(BPT) – Whether the goodies are for gifts, for parties, or for the family to enjoy, crisp fall and chilly winter days are the perfect time to have the oven on and the house smelling great.
“Cookies are easy, quick, and everyone loves them. With just a few easy basic recipes, you can make so many delicious variations,” says Chef Jim Gallivan of The Art Institute of Atlanta. You’ll find excellent basic cookie recipes in classic cookbooks. Stick to recipes that have been tested by the experts unless you are an expert baker yourself. Or try the refrigerator cookie and variations from these two chefs below.
(Family Features) Parents don’t often encourage their children to play with their food. However, when snack time offers the opportunity to nourish both the body and the mind, that’s a treat any parent would be glad to serve their little ones.
(Family Features) Whether needed for an impromptu brunch, a gift-giving occasion or just a snack for the family, delicious baked goods are essential during the holidays. After all, you never know who might stop by.
One of my favorite things about any holiday dinner is that there are delicious leftovers. When it comes to turkey, my family often enjoys simply making a sandwich the next day with mayonnaise. But if you want a hot meal, a leftover turkey casserole is easy and quick. Unfortunately, this is not an exact recipe. It depends on the amounts you have left, but I’ll give the basic method.
From Thanksgiving to Christmas, many of us are either hosting or attending gatherings, and sometimes both. With today’s busy lifestyle, we want to prepare dishes that are delicious, affordable, and easy. Here are some tips and turkey pot pie recipes to help with your holiday cooking.
Wallpaper comes in all types of styles and color schemes. But here is something really different and unique – map murals! Wallpapered.com has sent us some information and beautiful images of their products.
(Family Features) Making the decision to eat better doesn’t mean you have to stock your fridge exclusively with carrot sticks and lettuce leaves. There are plenty of healthy and delicious meal options that will have your taste buds cheering.
(Family Features) When creative inspiration strikes, you need to seize the moment and create. But if supplies are strewn from one end of the house to the other and clutter reigns, you may battle a real cramp in creativity.