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Basket Weaving

  Yes, yes, I know I promised sea glass projects, but I had to share my first ever experience basket weaving. Weaving is something I’ve always loved doing. Sure, we’ve all woven potholders as kids – or at least tried – or at the very least know someone who did. Maybe some of you even […]

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Sustainable Business and Green Companies

Last week an interesting meme post scrolled through my view on Facebook. It contained a the stat: 30% of entrepreneurs suffer from depression. I am honestly surprised it’s not more. When I published my first book, a friend congratulated me and then added, “I can’t believe you’re putting yourself out there. Very brave.” This was the […]

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365 Days of Fabric Yo Yos

Like everyone who watched Julie and Julia, I too wanted to commit to creating something each day that was tied to a central theme. Could I think of something to save my life? No. Well, yes, but I knew it would eventually consume me. Then last week I was in Joann’s (the craft store), excited […]

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Black Friday Online + Giveaway

For years my mother and I have been going shopping together on Black Friday. It was one of those traditions that fed our mutual love of saving money, exciting shopping discoveries and the promise of a meal that didn’t include turkey. This tradition dates back to when I was in high school and my youngest […]

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How to Make Fabric Postcards

A couple weeks ago (before Halloween) my husband was in a store and he came home to tell me about how the entire store was decked out for Christmas. “I walked past an inflated santa Clause and it started singing to me,” he said as we both laughed at the ridiculousness. So later in the […]

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Frugal Fall Fun

At a time when you’re thinking about holiday expenses – gifts, travel, did I mention gifts? – you don’t want to be dishing out big bucks. Well, you’re in luck. The Fall season is the best time to exercise your frugalness.  Below are fun ideas for budget friendly family fun. It’s harvest time If you’re […]

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Crafts with Sea Glass

Some of my best memories from this Summer and early Fall are sea glass hunting with my two sons. We got up early, stopped for hot chocolate with “mile high” whipped cream on our first outing – even though it was August. Another time after a dismal loot on the beach we detoured and spontaneously went […]

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