Homemaking Day Three: That Yummy Smell!

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The way a home smells is the very first thing I notice when I step through the door. Growing up, they didn’t have cool Scentsy warmers so our home was filled with Glade plugins and candles. My mom had a … Read More

Homemaking Day Two: Cabinet Makeover

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I didn’t do anything to our home for almost the first year that we lived in it. I was still in school, and to be honest, I just don’t have much of a creative eye when it comes to interior … Read More

Homemaking Day One: Backstory

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So here’s the dealio, yo! I came across this website called write31days.com and the challenge is to write for 31 days straight. The original intention was to help get the creator back on track with her blogging, and since then, … Read More

Exciting News From the Hulas!

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I am so excited to share some news with y’all! Lance and I are overjoyed at the news that we will be adding our third son to our family in January! After my appointment, I looked at Lance and said, … Read More

My Cute DIY Envelope Wallet

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Hello there! I was so excited this past week to be able to whip out my sewing machine and work on a little project for myself: an envelope wallet. There’s a cool budget system that uses envelopes to help you … Read More

Happy Birthday Love!

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Today, we celebrate my husband’s 27th birthday! I’m so thrilled to have him here today. [He was in a bad wreck about a month ago.] In celebration of this wonderful day, I started thinking about the birthdays of his that … Read More

5Ks, Zoo Days, and Farmin’ Away

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We’ve really been enjoying this beautiful weather that we’ve been having! We try to spend as much time outside as a family as we can, soaking up some good ole sunshine and fresh air! I’ll admit, as much as I … Read More

Stalin: My Other Child

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I was 12 years old sitting in a big colliseum for a Student Life Tour when the video played. There were so many children on the video, and all of them living well below the poverty line. “For $32 a … Read More

Birthday 5K

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I wrote a post a while back about how I was beginning to get in to running. The process has been an on and off thing, but I am still sticking with it. I prefer to run outdoors, and the … Read More

Louisiana Snow Day

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We were blessed this year with a rare winter event for Louisiana: snow! And not just once, but twice! [And there are rumors of snow again next week?!] The last time I remember a GOOD snow like this in Louisiana … Read More

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