You might be! "Suzy Homemaker" This is something I've been told on numerous occasions. Whether its because I cook and bake meals and sweets from scratch, sewing my husband's clothes or creating dresses for my daughter, I've been told I'm a "Suzy Homemaker." What exactly does that mean? At first, I just laughed because when … Continue reading Are You a Suzy Homemaker?
If there's one thing we love in my house, it's fun treats. Everything from Mickey Mouse shaped pancakes and heart cut out sandwiches to baked donuts and the ever classic cake pop! Whenever I've made these, I always get asked how to do them. So, I'm sharing with you. And surprise! It's not as hard … Continue reading Valentine’s Day Inspired Cake Pops
It's no secret that people today are busier than ever. Some people have to work more than one job to make ends meet. Others are full-time students while also working full-time. And having a family alone can take up nearly every minute of your day. I get it! Is it really a surprise that so … Continue reading Your Ticket to Thrive
"She was a beloved mother, daughter, sister and friend. There was nobody quite like her and the world will never be the same." I beg of you, please do not say this at my funeral. First, it's so cliche; it really is. And while it may be true, it's also a cop out. Those words … Continue reading Don’t Say This at My Funeral
A small coastal town with a population of just over 2,000 people has taught me much more than I could have expected. Westport, Washington is a sleepy beach town during off season in the Fall, Winter, and Spring. There is just one stop light, one grocery store, and a handful of restaurants and shops. The … Continue reading What a Small Beach Town Taught Me