A few of the wow moments, or things I discover each week that tickle my fancy. I hope that they may inspire or tickle yours too!
12 ideas for kitchen shelving. Innovative ways to add just a bit of extra space in your already too small kitchen. I am loving some of them. Found on SF Girl By The Bay.
How to pack a carry on like a pro. If you travel alot, there are some great tips here on One Good Thing. As much as I used to hate those all night packing sessions at the manor when I worked there, I did learn a lot about packing a lot into a little space. We used a lot of these same hints and tips.
I just had to show you this. I always ALWAYS pack far more than I need. This lady shows you how to pack for two weeks and have it all fit in a carry on! Brilliant! From Seventeenth and Irving. I am not planning on any trips in the near future, but when I do travel, I'm going to take some of these tips and hints on board!
How to make a homemade Cough Remedy, which she says really works on Surviving the Stores. It uses simple things we probably already have in our house like honey and cider vinegar. There's also a printable recipe for it. I am keeping this handy for the upcoming months!
Six steps to an organized Linen Closet. There are some really great tips and information here. From Tipsaholic.
Thirteen ways to lower your Electric and Gas Bills. I cannot imagine anyone not wanting to know how to do this! Found on Condo Blues. Simple things like making draft dodgers for the doors etc.
Interior Design Cheat Sheets for everything from picking a rug to hanging curtains. There's some really great information shared. From Honey and Fritz. Really simple things.
What to prune and when. From the good old people at BH&G. You can't beat em! All you need to know about pruning trees, shrubs and vines.
DUH! This and a whole lot more on Life and Home.
Lots and oodles of free printables from maps to flowers and everything in between for scrapbooking, card making, journaling etc. Found on Madam Kartinki.
I could go on and on and on, but I'll save the rest for another time shall I? Yep! I have lots on today. We have to clean the chapel this morning. Oh and great news! We had our yearly MOT for our car yesterday. (That's like a safety check) We got away with only £140 in repairs and that is exactly the amount I had been able to save for it. I was so worried that it would be more and we would have to take our car off the road. I had been praying and praying we would be able to pass it and not have to pay much. It's an old car for sure, but it helps us to bless other people. Without that car there are two other small families that would not be able to get to church each week. It helps Ariana to get to work at night safely so that she doesn't have to stand at a bus stop in the dark on her own, etc. God is good! We made it! Whew!
A thought to carry with you through the day . . .
A light heart lives long.
In the kitchen today . . . . Jamie's Toad in the Hole, with an apple and onion gravy. Delicious! Pinched from Jamie Oliver.
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Have a fabulous Friday!