I am SO excited to welcome Stacy from A Delightful Home as a contributor for Crumbs! She and I lived in the same town in California for SEVEN YEARS without even knowing it, and I was blessed to meet her in person just before we moved. She’s a pastor’s wife, mother of three and aClick to Continue »
Ahh… January and February. Time to cozy up by the fire and watch the snow fly. Time to sip hot chocolate and do everything possible to avoid going out in the cold. But what’s that I hear? A cough. A sniffle. A sneeze. A small child complaining of a tummy ache moments before emptying contentsClick to Continue »
I’ve been known to be a bit stubborn at times. Of course I can’t seem to think of past examples off the top of my head (perhaps on purpose by my subconscious?), but I can think of what I’m refusing to do right now. Buy vinegar.
Two weeks ago I had to make a tough decision: Do I keep the 4 bottles of hand soap I have in the stockpile closet and move them across the country? …OR… Do I toss them and move the ingredients I had on hand to make homemade hand soap? OBVIOUSLY, as the title of today’sClick to Continue »
Guest post by Kelli from Freebie Finding Mom How many beauty products are in your medicine cabinet, hiding out in bathroom drawers, or scattered across your vanity or bathroom counter top? Do you dare to do the math to find out just how much money you’ve invested in beauty? Well, guess what, you don’t haveClick to Continue »
This year is my second gardening season. As a successful graduate of the “first time gardener” club, I’ve learned how to: kill zucchini kill yellow squash kill grey-striped fruit flies make homemade ketchup Yep, that first year learning curve sure was steep!
Written by Mr. Crumbs. Growing up, I’d always had problems with dry skin, ingrown hairs and finding deodorants that didn’t irritate my skin. Most of the time those issues were self-inflicted, but I didn’t quite realize that until a little bit later in life. You see, I was the guy in college that would buyClick to Continue »
Spring is officially here! In my neck of the woods, the cold is gone, the daffodils are up, and the trees are starting to bud. Over the next few weeks everything will become beautifully green and the sunshine will warm up the air. It’s one of my favorite times of the year! Besides finally beingClick to Continue »