DIY Soy Candle Tutorial with Fresh Lavender and Mint

Check out this easy DIY soy candle tutorial! Now that summer is on the way out, you might be just a little bit overwhelmed with fresh herbs from your garden. I know I always have too much mint and basil by this time every year. So, if you’re wondering how to make a soy candle […]

Cheerios Cereal Bars Recipes That Are Gluten Free

Looking for Cheerios cereal bars recipes that are gluten-free? Making Cheerios bars is one of my favorite back to school memories. Of course, the kids are grown up now. And, the only ones that eat treats in the house right now are my husband and me. But, this Cheerios bar recipe is still just as […]

Minimalist Wedding Gifts for Simple Living Couples

This post about minimalist wedding gifts is sponsored by on behalf of Erie Insurance. Posts may be sponsored. Post contains affiliate links. I may be compensated if you make a purchase using my link. If you’re looking for minimalist wedding gifts, you’re probably wondering how to choose something meaningful and useful. If the gift […]

Cold-Weather Crops for a Cool Vegetable Garden This Fall

Are you looking for cold-weather crops? While most crops grow in the summer, it is still possible to have a cool vegetable garden when the temperature drops. There are a lot of crops that grow better in the spring or fall than in the summer. Posts may be sponsored. Post contains affiliate links. I may […]

Heirloom Apple Cake Recipe for Autumn Entertaining

Looking for an heirloom apple cake recipe? You’ve come to the right place! We have several wild apple trees in the area. And, most are heirloom apples like Gravenstein and other varieties that have been around for years. Keep reading for one of my favorite autumn apple recipes. Posts may be sponsored. Post contains affiliate […]

Easy Meals in Minutes That You Can Make Fast for Dinner

  This post about easy meals in minutes is sponsored by on behalf of Conagra Brands. Posts may be sponsored. Post contains affiliate links. I may be compensated if you make a purchase using my link. Check out these easy meals in minutes! While I love to cook, some days I come home from […]

End of Summer Home Maintenance Tips to Tackle Now

Are you wondering what type of end of summer home maintenance tips you need to take care of? Summer is starting to wind down here in Vermont.  Our temperatures at night are starting to get down into the forties.  I’m beginning to see a few golden yellow leaves on the trees which tells me all […]

Fall Bird Feeding Tips for Wild Backyard Birds Year Round

My husband loves feeding the birds and identifying which ones visit us throughout the year. These fall bird feeding tips will get you started on a fun lifelong hobby. In Vermont, we have different birds for different seasons. Some of them visit us only in the spring or summer. Some of them stay with us […]

Stress Relieving Bath Bombs to Help Manage Stress and PMS

Check out how easy it is to make these stress-relieving bath bombs! Did you know that stress can cause or make worse many health-related diseases? Things like heart disease, depression, Alzheimers, obesity, diabetes, and depression are all more likely if you have continuously high-stress levels. So, how do we manage stress? Posts may be sponsored. […]

Apple Rhubarb Pie Recipe with Canned Apple Pie Filling

Check out this easy Apple Rhubarb Pie Recipe! Many years ago, we were given a rhubarb plant by my Great Uncle. We planted it and pretty much ignored it for the next few years. Now, it’s grown into a huge rhubarb plant. And, I look forward to making rhubarb recipes every spring. Posts may be […]