I finally finished my kitchen! (OK, almost. I still have to paint the cabinets on my peninsula.) I painted the cabinets and did some re-decorating. I needed a new table for my very awkwardly-sized breakfast nook area. I finally found one on Wayfair, but this resulted in more re-decorating. Plus, my best friend got me… Continue reading Kitchen Update – Finally Finished!
I posted here about painting my 90s looking kitchen cabinets that blended in with the floor. I promised another post about everything else I did to the kitchen, so here it is. This post contains some affiliate links, marked with *, which means I receive compensation from purchases made using those links. This is the… Continue reading Kitchen Decor
I'll do another post on the entire kitchen, but the painting is enough to necessitate its own post. I've hated my 90s kitchen cabinets the camouflage with the hardwood floor for quite some time. The prior owners added the peninsula and replaced the countertops with granite, but they left the early 90s cabinets. I didn't… Continue reading Painting Kitchen Cabinets: Rust-Oleum Cabinet Transformations Kit
So I failed at the low-budget food challenge. Feeding America will be getting a donation for all of the times I cheated. On day 2 or 3, I started to realize some of the mistakes I made that made it harder. But what the reinforced even more was that shopping on a very small budget… Continue reading Low-Budget Food Challenge: Wrap-Up
Step 1 of the low-budget food challenge I'm undertaking was grocery shopping. Tomorrow I start the actual challenge. I'm raising money (and donating funds myself) for Feeding America while I do the challenge. If you'd to donate, click here for my fundraising page. Lessons Learned From Grocery Shopping It was really hard and took twice… Continue reading Low-Budget Food Challenge: Grocery Shopping
Last night on the way home from work, I stopped by Target and the pet food store to pick up a few things. I had to stop because my dogs completely ran out of food that morning. There was a family outside of Target with a sign indicating they were struggling to feed their family.… Continue reading Low-Budget Food Challenge
I love vintage and antique kitchen items. My aunt sent me my great grandmother's glass rolling pin around Christmas last year. This particular rolling pin was made between 1929-1941. The end piece comes off so that the rolling pin can be filled with ice to keep dough cold while it's being rolled. I'd been wanting… Continue reading Glass Rolling Pin Wall Display