2017 has been special in many ways for me. I published my first book and started an author blog. Come to that, just the fact that I finally, finally got to come back to doing the blogging I so love has been really awesome. So you can guess that my Christmas wishlist had some pretty
I’m guessing you’ve heard of pumpkin spice, yes? At first it was based on the spices we add to pumpkin custard to make pumpkin pie filling, but now it’s kind of a free for all where anything with some cloves or cinnamon is considered close enough to be called this, and you can buy everything
I think we’ve long since moved from the blacks and neutrals of the last decade into pastels and colors for this decade, but I still like these classic ideas to bring class red into your life. And what better time is there to feature red than the holiday season? Dive into this post from my
Last week we talked about #ChristmasDecorating dorm and interior doors for the time or money strapped. These week we are going to dive into the same topic again but focus on new territory: bathrooms! Especially if you have a main floor bathroom I feel that’s the one room of the house you can guarantee every
Christmas Decorating can be a little difficult when it comes to dorm decor. Part of it is that you have a tiny budget as a college student, then you also have no time because December is usually finals season- and the other difficulty is that you share space with roommates who might have their own
I have intimate knowledge of what hangry feels like. When I get hungry, nondiscriminatory growling at friend and foe and total strangers is perfectly normal. It’s not something anyone likes- I don’t even like it and always feel regretful later. So my solution is pretty simple- to eat small amounts of good real food, and
As you may know, the Pantone color of the year for 2017 was Greenery. As you may recall, I have a bit of a tradition of bucking the color of the year. This year, however, I kind of rolled with it. What can I say? I love green, and yellow-green is right up my alley.
Today I dived into my archives to share an old friend with you. This post may be an oldie but goodie, but it’s full of great content that will help you plan and create your own gluten free petit fours for any fancy event where you might want to enjoy them.
Now we all know I like my herbal tea. I’ve written about lavender, rose water, my favorite tea shop, and even done a whole roundup on tisanes. Today, in honor of the end of Fall fast approaching, we’re going to jump into something bigger. Something better. That’s right, we’re going to talk about hot tasty
I know what you’re thinking- “It’s November Zambini, you can stretch Halloween in half way through November.” Well, I’m totally not. What I am here to do today is to offer you a 100% free, zero supplies needed, zero waste diy. It’s pretty simple really- what do people buy a lot of for Halloween? Fresh