I just completed my second week of the 21 Day Fix. It was a really tough week, and I was worried that my 21 Day Fix results would be compromised. Here’s what happened and a little more about the program:
It’s Monday, which means I have officially completed my first week of The 21 Day Fix. Here are my thoughts, feelings and (more importantly) what I ate.
It’s been a while since I have posted anything fitness related, but that’s about to change. On Thursday I received my 21 Day Fix, and I’m about to to undo the wrong doing.
TV time amongst toddlers is somewhat of a hot topic these days. Everyone seems to have an opinion on it, and it usually ends up with a feeling of guilt in the end. I don’t want my son to sit for hours in front of the Television or iPad, and thankfully I have Kidoodle TV to back me up.
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In the winter, I don’t spend much time outdoors. It’s cold, and I don’t have much desire to go for a walk or get some work done. Life is a little slower and I find myself “relaxing” a lot more. In our house, there has been a lot of family movies playing on our Blu-Ray and many meals simmering in the slow cooker.
I’ve attempted a DIY counter top before in the past, and it turned out okay but I found that it was missing something. It was missing the shine, the smoothness and the natural look that grainte provides. So when I decided to opt for a faux grainte look, I didn’t want to mess around. I turned to the experts over at Giani Granite when it came to painting kitchen countertops. [Read more...]
My house was built in 1969, and that seems to be the last time the kitchen and bath were updated. I have a lot of work ahead of me, but thankfully one of the jobs that I have been dreading ended up being incredibly simple. Here’s a spoiler alert to the whole review: Smart Tiles are amazing.
I do my best to live a chemical free life, but when it comes to cleaning it’s not always the easiest. I’ve found cleaners that work but now I’m trying to focus on my dishes with Finish Power and Free.
It’s a new year, which means new beginnings and a broken New Years Resolution before the year really begins. My opinion is people make their resolutions with big dreams but don’t have a plan of mini goals to support the end objective. Goals to support goals; trust me it works.