Building a Fall Garden

Looking to liven up your garden this fall? Try these five fall flowers that are sure to add a nice pop of color this time of year. Aster – Bearing pink, blue, purple and white flowers, these colorful blooms need full sun and well-drained soil to prosper in the autumn months.        … Read More

Decorating Mistakes to Avoid

When it comes to decorating a home, everyone has his or her own style and taste. From bight colors and patterns to more subdued tones and basic pieces, your home can take on a wide range of looks. Regardless of the style that suits you best, it’s just important to know what you like and… Read More

The Two-Ingredient Biscuit Recipe

In a recent Garden & Gun article, Sharon Benton, wife of the career cure master Allan Benton, shared the easiest and most delicious biscuit recipe in the world. Literally. It is only two ingredients and would take you a total of 30 minutes (depending on how fast you can fold dough) from start to finish…. Read More

Give Your Home a School House Makeover

Got school on the brain? Use it to your advantage. Transform those stressful thoughts about homework and grades into inspiration for your next interior design project. Thanks to Better Home and Garden’s ideas for schoolhouse chic décor, you may even learn to like school again. Just because oversized card catalogs have been replaced with fancy… Read More

Happy (Belated) National Watermelon Day

We may have missed National Watermelon Day last week, but that doesn’t mean that we can’t still celebrate by making some fun, fresh recipes using this deliciously refreshing summer fruit. Country Living recently shared their list of best watermelon recipes and we have chosen our top five to share with you here: Watermelon and Manchego… Read More

Back-to-School Tips

The school year is almost here! And while it can be difficult to get back into the swing of things after a summer of fun in the sun, simply knowing what you need to do to prepare for the new school year can help make the transition a whole lot easier. First things first, make… Read More

End-of-Summer Celebrations

As summer winds down, we reflect on all of the fun that was had over the past few months. Long days were filled with afternoon naps and time spent with family, and vacations were centered around decadent food and an overall celebration of life. And so, as our summer of spoils comes to a close,… Read More