One of the best ways to save time (and sanity) on Christmas gift giving is to give theme gifts. This way everyone (or most everyone) on your list receives the same gift, but you can still personalize each gift to fit individual personalities. This works especially well, if you have a bunch of people on
Ahhh! It’s almost December! Can you believe it? This is the time of year we start thinking over the past year and reflecting on things we did and didn’t accomplish. Are there goals that you haven’t completed? You may feel like time has run out, but the truth is the year is not over yet!
This post brought to you by Create the Good. The content and opinions expressed below are that of Queen of the Household. Taking good care of our homes is important, and I love sharing tips for decluttering and loving your homes. However, if we spend the day doing all of our homemaking duties, but get
In college I played in the symphonic band all 4 1/2 years that I attended. I was always 2nd or 3rd chair, so that right there tells you that I was not exceptional! Ha! But I sure loved being a part of the band. One of the highlights was getting to go on band tour
Yes, I know it is early, and we are still enjoying our pumpkin lattes, but now is the time to get our wheels turning and plan for all of those Christmas goodies. This week we are talking all about Christmas menu planning. Here are some things you can do now to prepare. 1. Make your
This post brought to you by CORT. The content and opinions expressed below are that of Queen of the Household. All of my married life, my husband and I have lived in small homes. Not tiny, but definitely small. Through the years I have made my fair share of decorating mistakes, but the good thing
When I was young, my parents would take my three brothers and me to Dollar Tree and we would pick out a gift for each other. It was a lot of fun hunting for each other’s gifts and making sure we didn’t see what we had gotten each other. The best part was all