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Practicing Self-Love

Self-love is something most of us neglect to practice. We don’t take or make the time. This year one of…

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And They Say Humor is Dead

I have long been amused by obituaries. You find out all kinds of interesting things about people. I read somewhere…

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Living Large in A Tiny House

Tiny House dwelling has become a trend in recent years. The surge has been fueled by popular shows like FYI’s…

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Two 2 Ingredient Beauty Solutions

I am a frugal gal. I like things that are all natural organic and contain as few ingredients as possible….

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Tiny Tinklers in a Tiny House

Housebreaking a puppy can seem daunting, especially in a tiny house. Our puppy, Pippin, just turned a year old. We lost…

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Fear & Frantic Fretting

Fear Fear is a normal human emotion triggered by a real or perceived threat. It is a primary survival mechanism…

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The Day Twitter Died

I had a strange dream earlier this week. I dreamt that Twitter had died, and so had Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr,…

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7 Things I am Giving Up This Year For a Happier Me

Every new year people make a list of resolutions. “This is the year I will lose 20 pounds!” or “This…

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25 Tips for Repairing Your Credit Score

Decades ago, through no fault of my own, I suffered a major financial catastrophe. It took me years to repair…

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Biodegradable Soaps

I have always like things that do double duty. I am a fan of furniture that can instantly turn from…

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Work from Home in a Tiny House

If you are fortunate enough to be able to work from home, here are a few tricks and tips to help you work from your tiny home without losing your sanity.

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Noxious Needs and Poisonous​ Pals

I know a guy. He’s in his early 40s and very unhappy. I have tried being a friend off and…

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Action Gains Traction!

I have been living debt free for years. Cultivating a debt-free lifestyle allowed me to buy my tiny house for…

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Disappointment is a Self Inflicted Wound

“Murderer!” I cried out. Weeping, I swung into the darkness. Another relationship was dead. It was the fourth in as…

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9 Essential Oils to Beat Back the Winter Bugs

We are knee deep in winter. Sick people abound with their cold cooties and flu bugs. I am not a…

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Tales of Tails

We have had three dachshunds over the years; A long-haired red, named Lily, a short-haired black and tan named Murphy and…

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Misophonia

For as long as I can remember I have hated the sound of clipping nails. So much so I want…

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Ten of the Dumbest Life Hacks

1) Put your toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, and lotion in a straw. This hack is meant for travelers. The idea is…

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I Am Because We Are

This is a guest post by Barbara. For as long as I can remember I have always had a dog in…

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A Walk in the Clouds

Clouds are ethereal and ever shapeshifting. They are magical and mysterious. My favorite clouds are the upsloping clouds. The clouds…

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 Me & Manischewitz​

Manischewitz and I go way back. Manischewitz matzo is one of the things that remind me of home.  Around Passover,…

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My Love Affair With Snark

Gary Larson was a famous American cartoonist from Tacoma, Washington. He had his “hay day” in the 1990s. He created…

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3 Toys You Should and​ Should Not Buy for Your Tiny Toy Terror!

We have a one-year-old miniature wired-hair dachshund named Pippin. Her personality is larger than life. But behind all eleven pounds…

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Knuckle-Chumps & Renobs

I grew up in a conservative Christian family. You know, the kind where you had your mouth washed out with…

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Fantasy Self vs Real Self

I am an organizer. I have always been an organizer. I have organized everything from stuff to events. I enjoy…