In the fall, with the crisp fresher air, we all want to change things up a bit. Above is something you have seen many times, and it is a great way to go. However, sometimes it is not friendly to the budget to buy multiple mums, pumpkins and cornstalks. They also have a shelf life … Continue reading Fall accents for a few cents
The phrase, 'get-gone' is kind of messy and poor grammar but I hear it all the time. It is sort of like living a messy life. In feng shui clutter is a big no-no. Clearing clutter from your work or creative space opens your mind and lets your 'chi' breath. Do either of the pictures … Continue reading Clutter-get gone!
Who doesn't love those first spring blooms and burst of color after a long dreary winter? Well this is the time to get started and plant your spring bulbs. As soon as the nights get cooled down to the 50 degree mark you can plant! Several things to think about before you start. Try to … Continue reading Planting bulbs for spring beauty
The King's Curse is another fine historical novel by acclaimed writer Philippa Gregory. She brings life to history with her fine descriptive prose. She is a recognized authority on women's history, and several of her series have been put on the screen. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and recommend it to anyone interested in history … Continue reading Another historical novel by Philippa Gregory
Words are powerful tools. But too often, we do not relate to each other in real-time. We are too afraid of missing something that we are not present in the moment. When you send a text, the words are abbreviated and there is no inflection. If you really want to be successful in your life, meaning … Continue reading The power of words