No no, we are not getting ready to move. I’m pretty sure the house we have now can accommodate the craziness that twins is about to bring us…at least for a while!
However, in all my perusal of fabulous shows on HGTV (which is where, let’s face it, my TV is most-often tuned to) one of my favorite things to see is when folks “stage” a house. Basically, they make it look the way buyers dream it can look! And I tend to take a lot of cues from that around our home when it comes to design and basic decor.
So when Daisy from The Rug Seller contacted me about an infographic on making sure your house is ready to be sold, my immediate thought was, “Hey, I would do all these things to just make my house BETTER, whether or not I was actually selling!” (Well…except the depersonalizing!) Check it out and see if you agree with me!
So last week I shared some Spring Cleaning Hacks with everyone! Missed that post? CLICK HERE!
But I was thinking, hacks really don’t do much good if you don’t have a plan to actually tackle them. Right? Well, no worries now! Grace over at Terry’s Fabrics shared this lovely infographic with me to share with all of you: The Ultimate Spring Cleaning Checklist! Now you have it ALL!
We’re big fans of peanut butter at our house. If it can be peanut butter flavored, we’ve got it! But we also have almond butter and even some pecan butter on hand, as well. I especially love fruit (apples and bananas) along with a bit of nut butter!
But I never really thought too much about the benefits that nuts and butter made from nuts offers! I mean, I knew there was lots of protein and some good fats in there, but that’s about it.
Nut butters are becoming a new staple in grocery stores aisles across the world. Even in Asia, almond butter fans can easily find 100% almond nut butter brands such as Eatnuf Singapore on the shelves. They stock seriously delicious almond and cashew nut butters with no added salt or sugar. We can expect more variations of nut butters as consumers seek out different health benefits and flavors from their favorite breakfast spreads.
So when Kaylee from Ghergich & Co. contacted me about an infographic along these lines, I was intrigued! Check this out…