There’s something about the “life hack” articles that pop up on my Facebook feed that make my finger automatically click on them. I usually scroll through the whole list, and occasionally find a “wow” idea that I actually use. My favorite one so far is using a binder clip to keep my headphone wires from running amuck.
I’m not much of an HGTV watcher. I like the Food Network, because I like food. I eat food. I prepare food (note I didn’t say I cook. I don’t cook. I prepare. Big difference) but I don’t own a home, and can’t see myself owning a home any time soon, so HGTV is sort
I first discovered Glassworks, a make-your-own glass fusing studio in Morristown, NJ, about 10 years ago. I went with about 15 other women from my synagogue to create a handmade piece of art to be donated to a new Habitat for Humanity house. The founder and owner of Glassworks, Stacey Schlosser, walked us through the project, explaining
Recently, we finished a major renovation on our house. While I am totally loving the new space, I am definitely NOT enjoying the blank walls staring me in the face, and I am dreading all the searching and decision-making it takes to decorate multiple rooms. So, when Frame It Easy approached amadisonmom.net to try out
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Starting on May 7th demolition is scheduled to begin on our one and only full bathroom. We’ve been spending the last couple weeks looking at sinks and cabinets, toilets, tubs and tile. Have you done this before? Do they need to give me 24 options in a toilet? And… did you know there are literally