The Caney Fork River in Tennessee is a beautiful place for an all day (FREE) adventure.. Did I mention it was free?? I am by no means an experienced kayaker, but if you know the basics, it will be an easy trip. I mean it! I kayaked with my one year old! The trip itself is … More Kayaking the Caney Fork River: A Travel Review
Ever since my first son was born, I dreamed of doing some sort of “Where the Wild Things Are” themed birthday party. (I secretly love themed birthdays- even if they are a little stressful.) I didn’t get that chance with him, but I finally got to do it for our third born. It was a lot … More Where the Wild Things Are First Birthday
Here is a simple, Step- by- step recipe for flour tortillas that is just in time for #TacoTuesday! Ingredients You Will Need: 3 Cups All- Purpose flour 1 tsp Baking Powder 1 tsp Salt 1/3 Cup Vegetable oil 1 Cup Water, Luke Warm Step 1: In a bowl, incorporate all ingredients together. Step 2: Knead dough … More Homemade Flour Tortillas
With summer in full bloom, the struggle to find a decent swim suit and affordable price is real. It’s especially real if you are on the curvy side. For me, it can be traumatizing as well as exhausting, but thank goodness for Amazon and choices! I put together my staple pieces for those days of lounging by the pool, the … More My (Budget-Friendly) Summer Favorites
As a mom of 3, I find making time for myself difficult. I also have that guilty feeling that the time that I am spending on myself, should be spent with my kids. Now, I’m a SAHM and I spend ALL day with my kids. Especially right now that my oldest is on summer break. … More Finding my “ME” Time and 24 Ideas for Self Care
Summer is here and that means it is time to dust off that grill and get cooking! This is one of my husband’s favorite season to grill out and what a better way to kick it off then by making one of our favorite recipes! We were introduced to this recipe by a family friend … More Skewered Filipino BBQ (Monkey Meat)
I have always been a sucker for the Rockabilly lifestyle. I say lifestyle because it is composed of many things: art, music, style, and American tradition. Rockabilly dates back to the 1950s as a style of rock and roll that was inspired by country, rhythm and blues, and blue grass in the south. As far as … More Rockabilly- Mom Style
I’ll be real, I’m nearing thirty and I still breakout like a hormonal teen. I have tried SO MANY products. Each one of them promising to moisturize my super dry skin and leave behind clean pores without the oil, but as always, genetics comes through without a care! About a month ago, I was scanning … More Say Yes to Clear Skin!
We enjoy learning and sight seeing as much as the next family, but due to my husband’s schedule, we don’t get to do it as much as we want to. On the days that we are ready to explore, we like to get down and nerdy at the museums that are around us. If you … More North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
My two-year-old has a very healthy and active imagination and I am a momma of three on a budget. I am always trying to find ways to keep him busy without splurging on expensive toys. Plus, it feels good to know that your kid is enjoying something that you made! Also, if you’re like me … More DIY Jet- Pack!