I HOPE YOU’VE HAD A WONDERFUL HOLIDAY BREAK. It’s been a little quiet on the blog. I’ve been cooking and cleaning, enjoying time with my family. A brain break is the perfect time to rejuvenate my creativity. I am looking forward to a new year with new ideas.
I’ve mentioned the number of excellent thrift and consignment stores here in Atlanta. There are so many that tour busses often make the More >
MY MEMORY WAS JOGGED YESTERDAY BY THIS IMAGE. Yesterday my creative friend Erin shared a photo she took of a young couple near some graffiti. She captured the perfect combination of fun and personality in the shot. That reminded me of a trend which is spreading across Pinterest right now – photography using sidewalk chalk. A few months ago I followed a Pinterest link to the Modern Parents Messy More >
THIS YEAR I HAVE MADE A COMMITMENT TO DO MORE OF THE “GOOD IDEAS” IN MY LIFE. THOSE IDEAS WHICH REMAIN SUSPENDED FOREVER IN MY MIND, BUT NEVER USED. Pinterest is a perfect example of that. I love the browsing of cool crafts, neat outfits, and beautiful rooms, but how many of those ideas am I going to put into practice? My friend Meghan began a group of Pinterest lovers who are putting their More >
I AM AT IT AGAIN…FOLLOWING THROUGH ON AN IDEA FROM PINTEREST! We spent the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday weekend sorting through lots of memories and junk in our basement. We’ve moved l-o-t-s in our marriage and though we sorted and threw away before moving, it never seems enough. I blame part of that on the fact that the last two moves were made with active toddlers. Jordan was only 20 months More >
I REVEALED MY LOVE OF THE VISUAL BOOKMARKING SITE CALLED PINTEREST RECENTLY. Initially I was drawn to the graphic feel of the site. You can browse images for hours looking at all kinds of crafting ideas, home design and organization, gorgeous outfits and even shoes. It’s a type of shopping…only no buying. (My husband should appreciate that fact, right?)
The real strength of Pinterest is it’s More >