What I Wore Wednesday – Flip Flops And Flannel

I had a small obsession with flannel last winter and was super excited to bust out the tote full of winter and fall clothes.  The flannel and flip flops will probably only last a few weeks, but I am loving it!  This week I was able to put together three ultra comfortable outfits that worked great for this mom on the go as an alternative to the old sweatshirts and yoga pants.

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Crock Pot Apple Butter Recipe

A lot of people take their kids apple picking as a great family friendly activity this time of the year.  We too have made it a tradition and  I have found and tried many great ways to preserve and use all of those beautiful apples.  This recipe for crock pot apple butter is as easy as it gets and it is oh-so-good to share with family and friends, if you don’t eat it all yourself.  It is a great way to use those apples that you picked with your family!

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Dollar Store Candles Turned Halloween Ghost Decoration

Halloween is just around the corner and we are getting excited.  We love to decorate the house with spooky decorations  and inexpensive crafts that we can do without breaking the bank.  On a recent trip to the Dollar store I scored some simple white candles that were perfect for a little ghostly craft.  It took only a few minutes to do and left us with a charming little Halloween decoration.

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An Easy – Not So Scary – Halloween Wreath

I love simple holiday crafts that are quick, easy, and inexpensive.  This wreath is all of those things and more!  With a few simple supplies and a few minutes you can create this adorably silly googly eyed wreath to decorate your home this Halloween.  This is the perfect – not so scary – wreath for your home if you have little ones!  It will delight them and adults too.

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What I Wore Wednesday – Ready For Fall

I am so relieved that the fall like weather has arrived here in Wisconsin.  I have got the sweatshirts, boots, flannel shirts, and leggins out of the closet and am excited to add a bunch of my clothes back into the wardrobe. Here’s hoping that I can keep up with the whole idea of getting out of my pajamas to run the kids to school when I could easily just throw on a sweatshirt and go.

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Family Fun – Fall To Do List

I simply love everything about the fall season.  It is my favorite time of the year by far and I really relish all of the fun family activities that we do together during the season.  Each year I put together a list of activities that we plan to do over the fall months together as a way to get excited about all things fall, family, and fun.  It is time for pumpkins, sweaters, hot cider, and bonfires and I couldn’t be more excited!

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Outdoor Fall Decoration Using Pumpkins, Tulle And Christmas Lights

Here is a simple outdoor fall decor idea that takes minutes to put together but fills your porch with a soft glow that will last all fall long.  By combining a roll of tulle, a strand of Christmas lights, and a few fresh fall pumpkins you have a simple outdoor decoration that looks great during the day and at night too.  My favorite time of the year is just around the corner!

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An Anniversary Gift For The Husband – A Year’s Worth Of Date Nights

My husband is the most important man in my life, of course, but when it comes to giving him gifts for special occasions I usually do best to do nothing at all.   Men are always impossible to shop for when it is an anniversary.  Here is a thoughtful gift idea that keeps on giving all year long.  A years worth of preplanned dates – one every month – to spend some quality time together.

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What I Wore Wednesday – Back To School Routine

Well, it is back to school time, and that means that our mornings are rushed – there is never enough time before we have to head out the door.  My style is always the first thing to go – and packing lunches, feeding horses, and getting the kids ready is the priority.   I’m going to try to keep up with the What I Wore Wednesday posts even though it has gotten a little harder.

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Texas Roadhouse Cinnamon Butter And Roll Copycat Recipes

Is there anything better than fresh from the oven warm bread slathered in a deliciously sweet cinnamon infused butter?  I think not.  If you have ever been to Texas Roadhouse and raved over their amazing complimentary rolls with the sinful cinnamon butter you know they are irresistible.   Here are two recipes so you can enjoy them at home.

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