We’ve just finished decluttering during the annual 31-Day Get Organized Challenge, so why bring clutter and mess right back in with Valentine's Day? Here are a few ideas to show your love without dragging along a lot of extra clutter. (And yes: we left out the standard chocolate and roses...you can come up with that by yourself!) Sweet Ideas for your Spouse/Partner or Parent Write a real love letter or poem or song (or read one you feel fits your feelings about your partner).
Last night, I ran out of energy to make dinner and my husband was at his weekly hockey game. I told my oldest daughter, Zelle, that she could make anything she wanted to for dinner - as long as it was for all three kids. (I was thinking cereal…) I went to my office (and played on the piano) and…she enlisted her brother and sister, put on her apron, pulled out a cookbook and got to work. Zelle made pasta + cheesy cream sauce & broccoli by the book, then cut up bananas and add
My daughter takes a cooking class from local cooking guru Elizabeth Love of Epic Bakery. Each week she comes home from her class with a delicious meal for our family - NICE PERK! - and always, dessert. With this holiday season full of goodies and more, I wanted to share the brilliant and delicious (and easy enough for kids!) Spritz Cookie recipe from last week. Thank you Elizabeth! Ingredients:
. 2 large egg yolks
. 1 T cream
. 1 t vanilla
. 2 sticks unsalted butter, sof