Pinterest Feature Friday

Welcome to another week of Pinterest Feature Friday!!

Your weekly hosts are Michele from The Scrap Shoppe, Kara from Mine for the Making, Malia from Yesterday on Tuesday – and me – Bev from Flamingo Toes!

This week our feature is Sarah from Sadie Seasongoods!

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Sarah has such fun boards and pins – 8450 pins to be exact! Let’s get started!

I love Sarah’s “If I can DIM, you can DIY” board! What a cute name – and so many cute projects too!

Sarah’s Craft Night Ideas board has such fun ideas – perfect for a crafting party!

You can find all of Sarah’s projects on Sadie Seasongoods board – you’ll want to check it out for all sorts of great projects!

It’s not too early to start Christmas crafting – and Sarah’s DIY Felt Ornaments board has me wanting to start now!

Let’s check out those pins!!

Look how clever and spooky this Dollar Store Skeleton Wreath pinned from Tried and True is!

Make this fun Skeleton Hands Halloween Wreath with just a few inexpensive supplies. The perfect spooky greeting for your Halloween guests!:
Oh I’m really loving this Cabinet made from an old window – pinned from My Repurposed Life! This is so creative!

built from scratch using odd pieces and an old window, I love this great storage cupboard.:
Isn’t this Harvest Sign pinned from Prodigal Pieces fun? It’s perfect for a Fall front porch display!

Want to create rustic decor for the fall season? You can create this DIY harvest sign with only one power tool and this tutorial by Prodigal Pieces #prodigalpieces:
I love a great repurpose! This lamp from a vintage cake carrier is just genius! Pinned from Lilliedale.

I love it when succulents are planted in fun, unique places and this birdcage planter pinned from Craftberry Bush is just so pretty!

How to plant succulents in a birdcage:
This Wood Handle Bag has always been one of my favorite projects – I even bought the wood handles! I just need to get sewing! Pinned from The Mother Huddle.

How to sew a Wood Handle Handbag:
I don’t think I can resist making up a Bookish Birdhouse – this is too awesome! No tutorial on this one but it doesn’t look too hard to figure out!

Make a decorative birdhouse.
Thank you so much Sarah for linking up – I had a blast looking through your boards and pins!

Make sure you’re following Sadie Seasongoods for more pinning inspiration. And link up to the Pinterest Master List – you could be our next feature!!


Pinterest Feature Friday

Hello there, Pinterest Partiers! It’s time for another Pinterest Feature Friday where my co-hostesses (Bev from Flamingo Toes, Malia from Yesterday on Tuesday, and Kara from Mine for the Making) and I (Michele from The Scrap Shoppe) select one lucky pinner from our Pinterest Party to feature! If you haven’t joined yet, what are you waiting for?

Today’s featured pinner is Lisa Kennedy! Lisa has 29,639 pins and 191 boards (hmmmm…. 191 boards and she’s our 191st feature – how crazy it that??).

I think when you click over to Lisa’s Pinterest account the first thing you will notice is how bright and cheerful her Pinterest boards are. Like, whoa! I think you’ll be instantly mesmerized as I was and want to click and explore them all!

Here are a few boards to get you started:

Follow Lisa Kennedy’s board Colors – different times, different places on Pinterest. Follow Lisa Kennedy’s board Gardening My Way on Pinterest.
Talk about some eye candy! Lisa’s Colors – Different Times, Different Places board is a real stunner. Looking for fun color combos? Check out the ideas she has pinned here!

Lisa’s Gardening My Way board is full of great gardening ideas – many that I haven’t seen before! And if you know me, and my love of gardening, that’s hard to believe!

Follow Lisa Kennedy’s board Party decor on Pinterest. Follow Lisa Kennedy’s board Cookies, cakes and cupcakes on Pinterest.
This Party Decor boards has me itching the throw a party for no reason at all! The colors are SO inspirational.

If cookies and cakes are your thing, then Lisa’s Cookies, Cakes, and Cupcakes board is for you! Even if you’re not a pro at decorating them, you will want to SEE these ideas.


Ready for some pins?

paper alphabet
How amazing is this 3-D alphabet? They are free downloads, y’all!
Pinned by Lisa from Digitprop

subway dresser
I love a fun furniture makeover and this vintage subway car dresser has me drooling!
Pinned by Lisa from Sea Rose Cottage

lamp shade
Need a new lampshade but can’t find one you like (or they cost too much!)? Check out this DIY tutorial and make your own!
Pinned by Lisa from Place of My Taste

Embroidery hoop, contact paper, and old credit card? That’s all you need to do your own screenprinting!
Pinned by Lisa from Skinny la Minx

butterfly garland
Paper craft alert! I just love this simple butterfly garland. It would look super cute decorating a little girl’s room!
Pinned by Lisa from BB

doll house
How adorable is this fabric dollhouse? I need one in my size, please.
Pinned by Lisa from The Jolly Jabber


LOVE the pins and all of the bright inspiration, Lisa! Thank you so much for linking up with us!
Have you joined the Pinterest Master List? Who knows, you could be our next feature!


Pinterest Feature Friday


Hello, friends! It’s time for another fun installment of Pinterest Feature Friday! My co-hosts, Bev, Malia, and Kara, and I are crazy for Pinterest so we started a fabulous Pinterest Master List for crafty folks like yourself. If you haven’t linked up yet, be sure to do so (you don’t have to have a blog to link up)! Every Friday we pick some lucky pinner from the list to feature across 4 blogs!

blog header Today’s feature is Loree from Single Minded Seamstress! How cute is that name??

Loree has 106 Pinterest boards and 10708 pins! Let’s jump right into those boards, shall we?

Pinterest is full of awesome ideas, but do they always turn out? Not always. You have to love a board full of tried and true pins! Don’t miss Loree’s Made This and LOVED it board!

Follow Single Minded Seamstress’s board Made This-and LOVED it!! on Pinterest.

I think we can all agree we can use a little more fitness in our lives. Loree’s Fitness board has some great pins for toning up!

Follow Single Minded Seamstress’s board Fitness on Pinterest.

One of my favorite things about sewing is all the fun pincushions! People have come up with some SUPER creative ideas for them. You’ll love the ideas on Loree’s Pincushions board!

Follow Single Minded Seamstress’s board Pincushions on Pinterest.

It blows my mind the things that can be made with simple felt. Check out these great ideas on Loree’s I <3 Felt board.

Follow Single Minded Seamstress’s board I love Felt! on Pinterest. 

Now, on to some pins!

I love the look of this ruler table runner.?How simple would this DIY be?
Pinned by Loree from Country Living

I can’t even believe I never thought to make grilled cheese roll ups before. It’s pure genius! And great for dipping in soup.
Pinned by Loree from Everyday Dishes

How amazing are these hand painted rocks? Though they won’t be this spectacular, this would be a fun summer activity with my boys.
Pinned by Loree from Geninne’s Art Blog

You will?have to click over and check out this tutorial for making SEWABLE paper!
Pinned by Loree from Design Sponge

I love this simple floral print. You can’t beat the message! Print it an put it on the bathroom mirror, in your teen’s room, or wherever there needs to be a reminder of “you got this.”
Pinned by Loree from The Cottage Market

Watercolor is all the rage these days. These watercolor mugs are stunning and you won’t believe how simple they were to make!
Pinned by Loree from Poppytalk


There are SO many more pins and boards y’all need to check out from Loree so be sure you pop over and give her a follow! Loree, we’d love for you to grab a featured button! And thanks for linking up!


Have you joined the Pinterest Master List? Who knows, you could be our next feature!


Three Must-Have Fashion Accessories for Post Pregnancy

Hello and Happy Saturday, y’all! I am so excited that my sweet friend Siri is continuing to contribute for Mine for the Making! Today she is sharing Three Must-Have Fashion Accessories for Post Pregnancy.
Hi Everyone! It’s Siri from Of Pumpkin Thieves and Buffalo Wings!
 I am so honored to be back guest posting for Kara again this year! Last year I was posting about home decor, but this year my posts will be all about fashion!
Fashion is something that is near and dear to me since I am a photographer and I love continually developing my own style!
I think this quote by Rachel Zoe best describes how I feel: “Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak.”
Because I’ve had my own distinct style for quite a while, I wasn’t quite prepared for the changes that would take place in my post-pregnancy body. I really needed to find accessories that complimented me 
as I tried to gain back my confidence, and help my body heal. 
It’s not easy to look in the mirror and see someone standing there who you barely recognize, but somehow when I look in the mirror with my baby girl in my arms, it all makes sense. I had to give a lot to get her here in my arms where she belongs.  
As I tried idea after idea after idea for fashion accessories, I finally found the three things that worked for me! I’ve been losing weight each month and during the process, I’ve discovered my favorite accessories for styling my wardrobe. 
My three must-haves for post pregnancy fashion are:
1. Cardigans
Cardigans give your post-pregnancy body a nice comfortable layer with a little flow so you can wear pre-pregnancy clothing with a little extra cover for comfort.  Target has them in every color imaginable too.
They match everything! And cardigans are awesome ALL the time, so it’s a win-win!
2. Belts
When you feel like you aren’t quite back to your pre-pregnancy body yet, a small belt can accentuate your waistline instead of letting you look like you are drowning in clothes.  You can still have a loose comfortable fit, but that belt will help flatter your figure. 
3. (And this is the practical one) Teething Jewelry
My little lady loves to chew on everything, which for a while, made me feel like I couldn’t wear jewelry any more. Wrong! You just need to find baby friendly jewelry or teething jewelry!
I love my necklaces from Mama & Little and so does my baby girl! She is always chomping on them 
and they are 100% safe for her. 
Meanwhile, I am always looking good without having to worry!
I know it’s a hard journey for most (definitely for me) to lose that pregnancy weight and feel comfortable in your own skin again. Finding ways to make your outfits work for you will help the journey be a little less frustrating. 
(Shoes designed by Whippy Cake for the Detour Collection for Cents of Style.)
I work every day on helping my body get back to where it was, and though it will always be much different than it was before, I’m proud of my body for bringing my precious Svea into this world. 
For that great sacrifice, it’s worth it to care for myself and be patient with my body as it heals. 
I hope this gives you some ideas for dressing your post-pregnancy body, whether that is now or in the future!
Thanks for having me Kara!

 Siri {Of Pumpkin Thieves and Buffalo Wings}

Pinterest Feature Friday

Hello, friends! Michele here with this week’s Pinterest Feature Friday! I hope you’ve linked up to our Pinterest Party. Each Friday the girls (Bev, Malia, and Kara) and I select one lucky person from the party to feature!


Today’s featured pinner is Chelsea from G*Rated! Chelsea has 36 Pinterest boards and 825 pins.

Let’s dive into those boards.

Follow Chelsea Cottrell’s board christmas on Pinterest.

Follow Chelsea Cottrell’s board Elf on the shelf on Pinterest.
Anyone else as excited that it’s Christmas time as I am? I?love?this holiday! So of course I had to peruse Chelsea’s Christmas board. Lots of fun things to see there! I also was sure to check out her Elf on the Shelf board for some inspiration for my own little elf.

Follow Chelsea Cottrell’s board recipes on Pinterest.

Follow Chelsea Cottrell’s board hair on Pinterest.
I’m always, ALWAYS on the hunt for new recipes (do you follow my Tried it Tuesday series? you should!) so I had to check out Chelsea’s recipes board. Her hair board also caught my eye. I love looking for different styles!

Ready for the pins?

Two words: Brownie. Cookie. Oh yes!
Pinned by Chelsea from Neighbor Food

How cute are these pizzas?? My boys would love to help make these this month.
Pinned by Chelsea from G*Rated

This DIY lip gloss is not only simple to make but it would make excellent stocking stuffers!
Pinned by Chelsea from ?A Pumpkin and a Princess

‘Tis the season to Mercury glass all the things!! I love decorating with Mercury glass during the holidays.
Pinned by Chelsea from Lovely Little Details

My kids would be in heaven if we put up these twinkle lights in the house! Get the simple DIY to do your own.
Pinned by Chelsea from Nest of Posies

Now these are some filing cabinets I can get behind. Can you believe this makeover? Gorgeous!
Pinned by Chelsea from While They Snooze

And, last but not least, make Christmas for your little one extra special with a note from the big man himself on this free printable stationary!
Pinned by Chelsea from Over the Big Moon


Great finds, Chelsea!! I will be following along for more, and I suggest everyone else does as well. Feel free to grab a featured button!


Have you joined the Pinterest Master List? Who knows, you would be our next feature!


Tour Through Blogland

Hi there friends! We’re taking a quick break from Mommy Tell All Monday for a fun blog series, Tour Through Blogland! Today’s post should let you know a little bit more about me and my blog as well as introduce you to a few of my bloggy friends!

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Bethany from Pitter and Glink invited me to join in this fun series. I adore this cute friend of mine and although we haven’t actually met in real life, I consider her a good friend. We often support and cheer each other on behind the computer screen and I adore everything she makes. A few of my favorite projects of Bethany’s are her Stencil Watercolor Makeup Pouch, Feather Art for the Not-So-Artistic, and her Thrift Store Lamp Makeover. Bethany blogs about cute crafts, DIY projects, art, and jewelry… you will seriously fall in love with the prettiness of her little corner of blogland. Be sure to visit her at Pitter and Glink!

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If you are new here at Mine for the Making, WELCOME! If you are a regular reader, what up peeps?! ;) I’m going to answer a few Tour Through Blogland questions to give you a better idea of what my vision of Mine for the Making is. 

What are you currently working on?

That’s a great question. But an even better one is…what am I NOT currently working on? LOL! Typically I have several projects going on at one time. I could be working on a blog campaign project, designing a printable, creating a wreath, lesson planning for homeschool, renovating a room in my house, and creating a new recipe all in one week. I enjoy being busy. I always have. Especially when I am busy with things that I love. Just recently I shared My Craft Room Reveal…really proud of this project!

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I often share kid-friendly activities, my thoughts on motherhood, as well as parenting tips. Just recently I shared 3 Tips to Help Kids Cope with Vaccines

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Over the summer we have been LIVING on lots of different smoothies to stay nice and cool (while trying to be as healthy as possible…summer makes us want to snack a lot!). This Dairy Free Pina Colada Smoothie was mom and kid approved and we had it often!


How does your blog differ from others in its genre?

Hmmm… this is a tricky question. I think that every blogger brings their own “thing” to the table. It may be what they share, how they write, or how well they connect with their readers. I think that Mine for the Making is a place where moms can go to find kid-friendly activities, thoughts from other moms who may be in the same ‘season,’ easy recipes, fun DIY projects, crafty crafts, and even free printables. MFTM is a one-stop-shop for mommas, or at least I hope it is! Are there other blogs who offer some of the same things? Absolutely. And I’m so grateful to be apart of such an inspiring, creative, and caring community of bloggers! I think something else that’s kind of unique about MFTM is that my husband works with me on MANY of my projects. Everything from DIY builds to beautiful and tasty recipes. I’m pretty much obsessed with his Smoked Mozzarella Dip and Luci’s DIY Loft Bed is always everyone’s favorite feature in our house. 

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Why do you write and create what you do?

I have always been creative and I love handmade…since I was a little girl. Mine for the Making is my creative outlet and a huge piece of my life. I share everything I love here, openly and honestly. I discovered a whole new world of ‘handmade’ when I started blogging and fell in love with that community as well. And though my blog morphed from a family blog to what it is today, I feel like I have grown with it as well. Being creative makes happy…it makes me feel alive. And I love that I have this little corner of the Internet to share it with all of you! 

How does your writing/creative process work?

I keep an “Ideas” journal close by so that anytime an idea pops into my head (it happens often), I write it down because I will most definitely forget. Especially if it’s in the middle of the night (when all the best ideas come to me) or when I’m in the middle of doing 5 things at one time (you’re a mom…you know what I’m talking about). My daughter is a huge creative inspiration for me and I often bounce my ideas off my husband (he’s the ‘idea guy’). Often times I have a vision of what I want to create, but as I am actually in the act of creating, it turns into something else or it gives me another idea for my next project. When I’m having a hard time coming up with creative ideas, I often visit some of my favorite stores or favorite sites for inspiration. Once I start writing (aka: typing up my post), words just come to me. Most times I go back and edit, re-edit, and edit again. Then once I publish the post, I ask my husband to go read it or check out how my photos turned out for a good critique. Creating and writing are two things that have always seemed to come pretty naturally for me. It’s not something I struggle with…it’s something I really enjoy.

Meet My Bloggy Friends!

I invited a couple of my bloggy buddies to join in the Tour Through Blogland series. You are going to love these gals and I really encourage you to check out their blogs!

My positive and energetic, paleo-eating, yoga teaching, crossfit doing, homeschooling, essential oils guru, inspiring mommy friend Mel of Mbrace Life is a must follow. Not only is she my real life friend, I just LOVE her blog. She blogs about health, fitness, and good ol’ mom life. Her perspective is uplifting and refreshing, yet she is real and honest. A couple of my favorite posts are Playground Fitness and Mbrace Parenting.

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 My next friend that I am going to introduce you to I met via Instagram, and I tell you what- I’ve met some of my very favorite people because of that crazy cool photo app! Aleisha from Britches n Boots is as sweet and as caring as they come. She’s a mom (to 4 awesome kiddos) and wife first but she wears plenty of other hats as well. Aleisha is an avid book reader, gardener, coffee obsessed, fresh flower lover, Anthropology wearing, Jamberry Nails consultant, who runs a blog and a shop FULL of gorgeous handmade pretties. She’s the first to offer to pray for you and it’s not just something she says…she truly loves her Heavenly Father, family, and friends above anything else and I know this woman prays and she prays hard. You will find family posts, book reviews, her thoughts, sprinkled in with yummy recipes and cute crafts on her blog.


 Thanks so much for sticking around and learning a bit more about Mine for the Making and meeting some of my bloggy buddies! Please go on over and visit these ladies….I promise you will love them! Have a Happy Labor Day and blessed week ahead.

See you tomorrow for Teach Me Tuesday!



Teach Me Tuesday: Marble Tracing Bags

Welcome to Teach Me Tuesday! A (mostly) weekly series where we share all things kid-friendly that you can do with your kids or teach them how to do. It can be educational, artistic, scientific, hands-on…anything goes as long as it’s kid approved! Today our Kids’ Activity Contributor, Michelle, is back to share Marble Tracing Bags!

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Hi Mine for the Making friends! It is Michelle again from Delicate Construction and I have another fun kids activity! With back to school time coming, I wanted to share something that you could do with the little kids that is both fun and a great way to work on fine motor skills. My daughter Avery (age 4) had a blast with this and we did both letters and numbers but also had some fun with shapes as well. All you need are three things you may even have at the house, but if not, that you can grab at the dollar store and you are ready to go!

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This is a super simple and versatile activity that can help with introduction, practice and review of the shapes of different numbers, letters and symbols for young children. I grabbed my hair gel and marbles at the dollar store and I had a 2 1⁄2 gallon bag at home. Normally I make these in gallon bags, but all I ended up having on hand was the 2 1⁄2 gallon bags and you know what, I think this is a fun size too because it allows for more tracing in their multiple symbols or shapes or even larger or more detailed designs.

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I just opened up the bag, and since I had the large one, I added the whole bottle of gel. If you had one gallon bags you could use half the bottle and make two bags if you would like. At this point, I also added the food coloring or liquid watercolor, whatever you have on hand.

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After that I added the marbles, same as the gel, I put the whole bag in but if you had gallon bags, just split it in half. These were also the flat sided marbles, I have done it with round ones as well and both work great.

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Once you have everything in the bag, all you need to do is duct tape the top and you are ready to roll!

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The way it works is you write the letter, number or shape on a piece of paper and place it under the bag.

Then the children maneuver the marbles in the bag to trace the shape, number or letter.

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It not only helps with recognition, but it is also great for fine motor development as well when the little fingers are maneuvering the marbles around in the bag.

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That is all for today! I hope this is something to use and I can’t wait to see you when I am back again next month with a fun fall craft! 


Pinterest Feature Friday


Hello friends and welcome to Pinterest Feature Friday! Every week my 3 friends, Michele, Bev, Malia, and myself pour over our party and check out your Pinterest boards. Then, we have the privilege of featuring one of YOU! If you are as obsessed with Pinterest as we are, then you will love this weekly series. You will find a ton of fun things to pin and fun pinners to follow. 


Like this girl right here…


My friend Allison of A Glimpse Inside! Allison has 85 boards and 9,397 pins! That’s what I’m talking about!

Let’s take a look at some of her awesome boards!


I love fresh flowers and Allison’s Flowers board has 121 pins of beautifulness.


I’ve been working hard on my craft room the past couple of weeks, so I am loving all of the 124 pins of inspiration Allison’s Craft Rooms board.


I’m always looking for fun, new hairstyles to try out on myself or my daughter. Allison’s Hairstyles board has 109 cute hairstyle pins!


Fall is just around the corner (YAY!), so I am loving Allison’s Halloween and Thanksgiving Ideas board with 181 pins.


I love me a good party and Allison’s Party Ideas boards had 528 great party ideas!

So many awesome boards!! Let’s take a closer look at some of Allison’s fun pins…


Allison pinned this Dress Up Headquarters on her Kids board and I LOVE it!


This glamper that Allison pinned on her Outdoor Spaces board is dreamy…


Okay…how cute is this Toothless the Dragon Hooded Towel? Allison has this pinned to her Sewing Ideas & Tips board.


My daughter would absolutely LOVE this 3 Sided TeePee that Allison pinned ot her DIY Ideas board! Swoon-worthy.


I *need* to make this DIY Floral Letter for my daughter’s room ASAP! Find it pinned to Allison’s Crafts board.


And because I love Halloween and pumpkins, here’s a bit of lovely fall inspiration pinned to Allison’s Halloween and Thanksgiving Ideas board. 

Thanks for linking up to our Pinterest Party, Allison! I’m already an avid Pinterest follower of yours, so I’ll be seeing you around ;) Feel free to grab a featured button!


Thanks for joining us today! I hope you are all “pinspired” now. Head on over and link up your Pinterest boards! Never know…you just might be the next PFF! 

Happy Friday, friends!


My Secret Language


When I was in junior high and high school, my best friend and I loved looking at our horoscopes and reading astrology books. Often at sleepovers we would find out each other’s “color” or “love language.” It was so fun to see how accurate they were and we would either end up in shock or a fit of giggles. Either way, lots of fun memories were made.

photo {Summer of 2000}

Now as an adult, I will tell you that it still interests me, but I’m a bit more particular in my reading selections. The Secret Language is an innovative site that uses your specific birth date to find your Secret Language Name. For example, Abe Lincoln was an “Intentional Unifier” and Mother Theresa was an “Innocent Supportive Partner.” I was eager to enter my birthday to see what it would reveal…


 My Secret Language Name is “Compassionate Combatant.” In other words, I am an empathetic fighter. I can totally see that about myself. And not a fighter as in I like to throw down and box peeps, but more along the lines of I don’t stop or quit until I get what I want. Bumps in the road? I pave through them as best I can. And my character traits are spot on as well. 

 I read on to see what The Secret Language said about my personality…


Ummm…what? If you know me, you know that this depiction of my personality hits home. I was giggling to myself thinking about the fun I would have had with this site back in the day with my bestie. Then I geeked out for an hour or so and started entering in birth dates of my husband and friends and family. You can even click on “Check Relationship” and enter in your birthday along with someone else’s to see what the deets of your relationship are and how compatible you are. I can’t wait to tell my best friend about the site. I know she’ll get a kick out of it!

The Secret Language isn’t like the old school astronomy I remember looking at when I was younger. “It’s a distillation of personality traits found during a 40-year empirical study of more than 20,000 people, organized by birthday.” There are more than 6 million books in print around the world in 15 different languages. And my girl T. Swift even said that the Birthdays book was her favorite birthday gift last year (watch the video HERE). 

Head on over to The Secret Language and enter in your birthday to see what your ‘name’ is! Then check your friends and family! Is it close or way off? Leave a comment and let me know! 

I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls Collective and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.

Food-a-licious Friday: 15 Delicious Cranberry Recipes

Hello and Happy November! 

I hope you all had a Happy Halloween…we sure did! But I have to be honest, I’m excited to pack up the Halloween decor and get my Thanksgiving table decor out and my Christmas tree up! So today I thought it would share 15 Delicious Cranberry Recipes from around the web to get us in the mood for Thanksgiving! Besides the turkey and stuffing, nothing says “Thanksgiving” like a good ol’ cranberry recipe! 

15 Delicious Cranberry Recipes


YUM!! Every single recipe looks so super delicious. Which one do you want to try?

Thanks for stopping by today, friends! Have a great weekend!