Carpeting just feels wonderful against your bare feet, and instantly warms up a room. But before you and your spouse pick out a new carpet, here are a few things you should keep in mind: 1. You have options While it might be very enticing to have an entire room fully carpeted, there are some […]
These guilt-free chocolate coconut Easter eggs are not only perfect for a low carb, low-sugar or ketogenic diet but can also be enjoyed by everyone! Holiday celebrations are usually filled with tons of sweets. If you are following a low carb, low sugar or ketogenic diet, holidays can be a huge drag! Of course, Easter […]
In the past, I’ve told you how my chronic migraines affect my life. As a migraineur (a migraine sufferer) it is really easy for me to get caught up in how my migraines affect me and forget how it may affect my loved ones—especially my husband. Chronic illness can be tough on a marriage. Here are […]
It is official, it is now March Madness! This means game viewing with friends and final four parties. I’ve decided that this year we are going to have a Bloody Mary Bar for our next game day party. I don’t want it to be just any old bar, we are going to have an Extreme […]
Deciding on a pet as a couple can be difficult. First, you have to look at the options. Pets are not limited to just dogs and cats. Ferrets, rabbits, and snakes are also family pets in many homes. Here are 5 things to consider when you and your spouse decide to get a pet. Your […]
Have you filed your taxes yet? Dan and I filed a few weeks ago and are deciding what to do with our refund this year. Since we get it automatically deposited into our checking account, it is really easy to spend it without thinking about it. This year, we are going to have a plan! […]
The City by the Bay is the perfect place to dine, play, and stay with the one you love. The city of San Fran has more places and events then you can ever experience in a lifetime, so finding unique date ideas in San Francisco, California is more about narrowing down all the incredible options […]
We are well into winter now, and I’m sure you or your spouse has had at least one sore throat, cough or flu-like aches and pains. Am I right? Having a sick spouse can be a really tough thing. You want to help him feel better, but you also don’t want to catch whatever he has.
This time of year, many people are looking for ways to improve their lives. This is probably why so many resolutions are made on the first of the year. However, as I’m sure you know, these resolutions don’t usually last long. But why? I think it is because most resolutions are difficult to put into practice. How does this improve your life?
Looking for an easy and delicious appetizer for the big game? This warm dried beef dip served with RITZ Crisp & Thins is sure to be a big hit with the crowd.