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and the Moms Who Live Here



Eating Locally in the Spring

I eat mostly local food. Overall, this is born from the fact that I sell at a farmers market and have goodies left over at the end of the market that I trade with other vendors that have things like meat, produce and bread left at the end of their selling day. It’s a great […]

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Mad Hatter Tea Party on a Budget!

Sometimes I’m not sure what I spent more time planning, my wedding or my daughters’ birthday parties. Luckily, you can throw a fantastic bash for your kiddo without breaking the bank. Check out this super fun Mad Hatter Tea Party we did for Violet’s second birthday. The Invites When planning a themed party, I always start with the invitation, which […]

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Maple Sugaring at Home

It’s started out so innocent. Then 3 taps, 2 Sugar Maple trees, eight 5-gallon food grade buckets, 2 propane tanks of gas, 1 turkey fryer, and over 40 gallons of sap later, it was anything but a simple science experiment. Now that I’ve given it to you Tarantino style, let me detail how a simple […]

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Inside My Closet

  Have you ever wondered how a professional organizer organizes their own stuff?  Today, I’m sharing my closet with you! It’s not as picture perfect as Martha Stewart’s would be.  I have a limited budget and need to be realistic about what I can spend it on.  I think it’s a good reminder that we […]

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Your Organized Car

Are you ready to fight the clutter? Let’s tackle your car today! You can use these clever ideas to maintain an organized car. 1. Keep your cup holders clean with silicone cupcake liners!   I think this is genius because the cup holder always gets grimy and it’s so hard to clean it out. Reusable, […]

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