Bruschetta Chicken Pasta Recipe – perfectly seasoned chicken, tomatoes and basil stewed with garlic, pasta, and a generous drizzle of balsamic makes for a meal full of flavor!
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I can’t think of anything more disheartening than a bad paint job. All the prep and work you put into a piece of furniture, accessory, or cabinets to watch them chip and fail is the worst. And, unfortunately, I have seen it many times with friends and clients. The truth is that over the many years of painting furniture and refinishing, not all products are created equal.
So, today, I thought I would take some time to share a short-ish guide to my favorite paints for furniture! I have used so many different kinds and, honestly, paints are NOT all the same. Don’t worry, it isn’t scary, and in no time you will be a slightly-addicted-furniture-refinishing fool, like me!
Many bedrooms have just enough space to squeeze into bed. These nightstand ideas for narrow spaces are stylish and small!
Looking for an easy school lunch idea that kids will love? These Ham and Swiss Spiral Rolls are easy to prepare and bursting with flavor!
It’s time for a living room revamp! Do you have a space that isn’t quite where you want it to be? Such is the problem with our living room, but I am sharing the plans for getting this space in shape.
Are you tired of trying solutions for various spills? Did you know that you can make fabric waterproof by spraying it with a waterproof spray for fabric?! If you’ve ever wondered how to waterproof fabric, today’s tutorial will show you how in one simple step!
This pralines recipe has been a family recipe that my mom has been making for over 25 years. Whole snappy pecans in a browned sugar coating, these treats are a kind of cookie that is a classic in the south and, especially, New Orleans. Classic New Orleans style Pralines are kind of a big deal […]
Confession Time: My son keeps bringing in weeds into the house to bring me “flowers” and I secretly throw them away hoping that he will forget. I just can’t bring myself to tell him to his face to stop. To curb his enthusiasm (and keep the weeds out of the house), I thought we could […]
I rarely write about blogging. It’s crazy; it’s messy; it’s super busy and it is probably not at all what people think it is. In fact, although I have written this post in my head hundreds of times, I always stop short of actually publishing it. I guess I was waiting to feel like I had it all together, or I worried about coming across as a complainer or even a braggart. However, I am astonished by how many people want to know about blogging and how to do it.