WOOTD: 9/25/15

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This Work Outfit of the Day (WOOTD) is for a fall Friday look. I paired skinny denim jeans with a 3/4 length black knit shirt, a light, patterned scarf, and heel booties together. It was comfy and the heels put a little sass in my swagger ;] As you will notice, I am ALL about some comfortable clothes while still staying trendy or professional or whatever the occasion calls for. Shirt & Scarf (Boutique), Jeans (Forever 21), Shoes (Payless).  [Read more]

Giant Jenga DIY is Big Fun!

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Giant Jenga is another game we built for our reception. It is a huge hit for kids & adults alike! Materials Needed: (4) 2×3 10 ft boards or (5) 2×3 8 ft boards Sander 120 grit sandpaper Saw Paint Ruler Pen First off, you must cut the boards. Each piece needs to be 7.5″ long. This measurement ensures that the length is equal to the width of three boards. For ours, I measured out 7.5″ pieces from beginning to end[Read more]

Yum! ‘Korean-style’ Ramen

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Let me preface this with the fact that I love ramen. Yes, I know it’s not the healthiest choice & I don’t recommend you eat it for every meal. But with that being said, I still consider ramen amazing. First off, it is cheap. Even the ‘fancier’ Asian ones are still only about a buck a pack. Second, it is a good base to make a great meal, fast! For this particular meal I used: 1 pack ramen 1 egg[Read more]

Yum! Shepherd’s Pie

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Today I am going to show you how I make Shepherd’s Pie. As a foreword, I will say that you will notice in a lot of my recipes I use what I have on hand – ingredient substitution is something I believe in, as I hate going to the grocery store for only one item. This recipe is a perfect example of that. Ingredients: 4 medium sized potatoes (about a pound and a half) 3 tablespoons butter 1 cup milk[Read more]

Cornhole DIY: The Bags (pt. 3)

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Now we are in the last part of this series. How exciting! Part 1 dealt with building cornhole boards. Part 2 dealt with painting them. This part shows you how to make the bags for cornhole! Materials Needed: Duck Cloth Thread Glue Feed Grade Corn Sewing Machine Scissors or Rotary Cutter Pen Ruler Sewing Pens Scale (the kind used for cooking) First, hit up the fabric store, like Hancock. Duck cloth is a canvas material that is durable for the[Read more]