Surely I’m not the only one this has happened to, right?? Coloring books and crayons are great to occupy the little one in the car, but just be sure you remember to get them out when you get home. Or if you’re like me, you just forget about them and leave the crayons to melt in a 120 degree car in the hot sun. Yep, that was me! Then we were left with one hot mess of melted crayon in the car seat! So today, I’m going to share with you a few steps on how to remove melted crayon.
I have a secret. Well, more like a confession, actually. It’s been a long time coming, but just couldn’t seem to find the right time to share it. Well, it’s been almost a year since I started this blog and it’s time to come clean. Every picture you see here on the blog was taken with my point-and-shoot Nikon camera. (GASP!!) I know, I know. I hear you saying, but every blogger that wants to take good pictures must have a DSLR camera! Listen to this… up until about a month ago, I didn’t even know what DSLR stood for. I just knew it was a way more advanced camera than my high-tech point-and-shoot Nikon. 🙂
I’m here to tell you that for starters, I’m pretty stinking proud of my little point-and-shoot. And I’m also going to show you how you can get great (even blog-worthy!) pictures with some point-and-shoot photography tips. [Please click to continue reading…]
Hey friends!! Have you missed me? I’ve had a slight case of Spring fever lately and have been busy getting a jump start on some spring cleaning. I recently took down our blinds in the office and EWWW! Let’s just say that having two dogs and a toddler in the house can really do a number on our windows, especially the blinds. If you ever wanted to know how to clean blinds the easy way, here’s my tips! [Please click to continue reading…]