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5 Steps: You are Growing Up and so Should Your Apartment

Author: furnishup   You remember college apartments: Mattress on the floor. “Vintage” French posters slapped on the wall. Cupboards overflowing with mismatched Ikea plates. When ramen is your primary source of sustenance, a hovel can do the trick — but an organized home is the ultimate symbol of maturity. Your

DIY Storage Shelves in the Attic

Author: bernicehuang After all the hustle and bustle of the holiday, Aaron and I finally had some time this past weekend for a DIY project that has been on our todo list for a while: storage shelves in the attic. Materials 2 – Plywood 5/8” thick 4’x8’ – $48

A Month of Meals On A Budget | 31 Days of Dinners for $180 | January 2015 Menu Plan with FREE Printable Grocery List and Recipes

Author: momsbistro A Month of Meals On A Budget | 31 Days of Dinners for $180 | January 2015 Menu Plan with FREE Printable Grocery List and Recipes The new year always brings resolutions, and changes.  For 2015, I have decided to create and share a monthly no-repeat dinner meal plan with a printable grocery list. […]

Character In The Kitchen: Small Details That Make A Big Difference

Author: wellborncabinet Moving into a new state, new town, and a new home meant getting a new kitchen. A kitchen that happened to be remodeled in the early 80’s on a thrifty budget. Rather than starting out with a kitchen remodel, I decided to make it my own by utilizing

New Year Resolution: ORGANIZE

Author: frenchell With the holidays over it seems that January is usually the month to get organized. I’m usually on my A game right about now when it comes to creating some function or order. But since we moved, it has been unpacking like we were on steroids and then
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Do-It-Yourself Mercury Lamp Knockoffs (My Goodwill Makeover)

Over the summer, we bought a fixer-upper. It was a foreclosure and we figured with how cheap it was, we’d be able to basically make it a brand new home inside and out at a price we could afford, unlike the move-in ready homes that were up for sale.   Our home is coming along […]
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Does Having Babies Send Your Brain “Out to Lunch”?

I’m the proud mommy of two beautiful boys. My oldest is soon to be 3 and my youngest is 7 months old.   I used to have things together, as far as I’m concerned. 😉 But after having babies things changed. It’s like my brain went out to lunch and never returned. Just a few […]

Treatment and Prevention of Frozen Pipes

Author: yeahwedothat Treatment and Prevention a Frozen Pipes Welcome to Yeah, We Do That’s tip of the week. I have been receiving a lot of questions and calls about frozen pipes due to the subzero temperatures we have been experiencing. I thought I would touch on several things you could do to help prevent your pipes from freezing. […]

You Do Not Need A Plumber To Help Fix Your Pipes

Author: wood-worker You Do Not Need A Plumber To Help Fix Your Pipes It is common for people to believe that plumbing repairs are hard. However, when you have the proper education and proper advice for a particular plumbing job, it is much easier. You can be well on the way

Help Keep Your Pipes From Freezing This Winter

Author: neffsvilleplb With winter comes the threat of damage to your home from snow, ice and freezing. Did you know that homeowners file five times as many claims for damage due to burst pipes than claims for fire damage? Protect your pipes with these tips. Turn on the taps Let