The Making Of A Chicken Coop / part 1

FINALLY! Finally it’s happened to me, right in front of my face… Yes, I’m a 90’s teen! Thank you Cece Peniston! I wasn’t really sure how I was going to edit this video because I didn’t know if it should be more of a tutorial or just “copy this.” 😁 Also because I was too tired to speak. Since I designed it myself and I’m not going to know the actual supply total

Francesca’s First Holy Communion

 MY DEAREST FRANCESCA, my little munchkin, my sweetie pie, You are such a special young girl! Your father, your siblings and I couldn’t imagine life without you. What a blessing you are to our family! You bring happiness, laughter and excitement to us on a daily basis. Your energy and love is contagious and I’m so grateful you are my daughter. Congratulations on this special day! You’ve worked hard

DIY Minimalist Chicken Coop

I have learned so much more from hands-on experience caring for chickens than I ever did from reading a book or a website. There are just some things that need to be right there in front of you to be completely understood… like hens and their home. 😁🐔 To begin with, not every coop is built to withstand every temperature across the world. Modifications need to be made depending on where

My Minimalist Daily Schedule and Chore List

You may not have noticed but I can be a little OCD about things. Shocking! 😊 So I sat down today convinced this was going to be a very involved project, when in fact this was as simple as simple projects come! There really isn’t much to this minimalist daily schedule of mine however the chore list goes into a little more detail. DAILY SCHEDULE I just recently looked back at

Minimalist One-Ingredient Groceries

for family of 10 I was raised on healthy food but in my late teens and early twenties, I fell off the healthy wagon and began eating the standard American diet. I bought the typical food products on my weekly trips to the grocery store: bread, jelly, cereal, cookies, muffins, granola bars, cake mixes, can goods, salad dressings and many many other processed food. It took my 6-year-old daughter’s allergy to