When my husband and I started out we kept a very tight food budget. We went shopping every two weeks and gave ourselves $80 to spend. And you know what? We enjoyed it. Yep, that’s right! It was super fun shopping together, adding up the stuff in our cart and making sure we were on … Continue reading How to survive on $80 for a two week grocery budget
I just had my first child in late April and I am loving the mommy life! I read tons of stuff on the best products to have at home. Now that he is born, I have decided what are my favorite newborn baby products! (Disclaimer: I am not compensated by any of these companies) 1. Graco … Continue reading My top 5 favorite baby products for newborn
I grew up listening to a lot of music from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s. I owe my love of the oldies to my dad and my grandmother. My grandmother loves Bobby Goldsporo and Tab Hunter, while I listed to a lot of Queen, Kansas, The Beatles, Boston, Neil Diamond and Jim Croce with my … Continue reading Record player display with built in storage!
I don’t know about you but I HATE folding laundry. I don’t mind washing, stain treating, or drying but I cant stand folding clothes and putting them away. Or at least, I couldn’t. I realized I had fallen into a bad routine. I dreaded folding the clothes so much I’d leave them in the dryer … Continue reading Five steps to overcoming your least favorite chore!
So this has been my project today: Yep. This boring old blueberry box that I got for FREE at Aldi. (My absolute favorite grocery store 😊) Although it’s boring, it’s a really sturdy box that fits perfectly under my kitchen sink to hold my cleaning chemicals. I mean, it’s absolutely perfect. BUT, it’s not very … Continue reading Update a cardboard box into a cute storage container!
So here goes my first blog post! And where do I begin? My name is Marisa. (Ma-ree-sa) I’m married, I have a wonderful husband and a beautiful baby boy. We have been married for a year and our son is two months old. The blog title is Holland Honeymoon 18. My husband and I traveled … Continue reading Getting Started