My heart-felt thanks to my guest post today….Kristen from Six Sisters’ Stuff! We met a few months ago and immediately formed what I hope is a long-term friendship. :-) Take it away Kristen………..
I am so excited to be guest posting for Jill today! My name is Kristen and I blog at Six Sisters’ Stuff. My sister’s and I have been blogging for about 2 1/2 years and we write about everything from recipes to DIY’s. I actually met Jill at a get-together a few months back and she completely inspired me. Now as Six Sister’s we have been focusing on Essential Oils by Spark Naturals just like Jillee. We are just starting out, but we are loving every minute of it.
My husband and I have also started our own blog called Today’s Taste. We are focusing on Healthy Recipes, along with Recipes made using Essential Oils.
We knew that Jillee’s son eats Gluten Free so I decided to share one of my most favorite Gluten Free Dishes with you: Zucchini Lasagna! Hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
Good day everyone! I am in San Francisco this week doing some work for BlogHer. My sincere thanks to Jordan of Fun, Cheap or Free for helping me out with this extremely informative guest post! :-) Happy Tuesday!
Budgeting can be complicated. Frustrating. Hard, even. When my husband I went through our tough financial time we learned one glaring fact about budgeting…
A few weeks ago I showed you some of the updates I have been making in my kitchen as of late. The most recent project being the cabinet and countertop transformations! I couldn’t be happier with how that project turned out. If you haven’t seen it yet, you really do need to check it out HERE.
As often happens with home improvement projects, one thing has led to another around here. It all started with tile to replace the tired, worn out laminate flooring, which then led to the cabinets, then the countertops, and this last week we finally got around to painting!
American households purchase pickles every 53 days…….More than 67 percent of all households eat pickles……..Americans consume more than 9 pounds of pickles per person annually.
That’s a whole lot of pickles….and pickle JUICE! But what to do with the juice once the pickles are gone? In the past I have always just poured it down the drain! *GASP* Little did I know how many different ways there are to “recycle” pickle juice! So I have mended my pickle juice-wasting ways and offer this list of ways to use leftover pickle juice for your consideration in doing the same.
Here are 39 ways to use every drop!
WELCOME to “Save My Sanity Saturday” at One Good Thing By Jillee….where I attempt to avoid having a nervous breakdown by actually giving myself a day off from blogging once a week!
So pull up a chair and sit back and enjoy an “oldie but goodie” from the One Good Thing By Jillee archives.
–Originally posted February 13, 2012–
Before I type this post, I must warn you, if you come across several misspellings, it’s because I am attempting to type and eat toast with honey on it at the same time.
My fingers are a bit sticky from “taste-testing” today’s blog post subject. Not that there is any reason for “taste-testing” this particular recipe, because I have been eating it for as long as I can remember.
You, my friends, are in luck today, because I am sharing my My Mom’s Wonderful English Muffin Bread recipe!