What a “Hands Free” Summer Looks Like
When I started writing this blog, I made a promise to myself. I vowed to be the real deal—meaning whether I am being Hands Free or writing about being Hands Free, I promised to be open, honest, and authentic about my successes and shortcomings on this journey to grasp what really matters. Simply stated, there […]
Easy Change Artwork Frames
Use the Easy Change Artwork Frame to give your child's artwork the attention it deserves. It's specially sized to hold the standard size of artwork created at school or home. A 3/4" deep compartment behind the picture stores approx. 50 more pictures. Detailed Product Specifications 8-1/2" x 11" frame 11" x 1-3/4" x 13-1/2", overall Polystyrene-covered wooden frame Ready to hang 9" x 12" frame 11-1/2" x 1-3/4" x 14-1/2", overall Polystyrene-covered wooden frame Ready to hang
How to Remove a Splinter with Baking Soda
How to Remove a Splinter with Baking Soda. Splinters can sometimes be removed with baking soda and a bandaid. You will have to clean and dry the area and then apply baking soda to the splinter. Place a bandaid over the splinter and then...
How To: Cut a Little Boy’s Hair
I have five boys and a husband that all need haircuts every.single.month. If I send them somewhere else to get their hair cut, I’d easily b...
Team Studer: Gift for new moms: Excitement, Photo, and Text Message Book
You know how just about all good ideas you hear of or have yourself come from Pinterest these days? After almost anytime someone says to me, 'what a great idea!' or 'Great recipe!' my response has been, "Thanks, it was from pinterest." My point is, it appears to be difficult to stumble upon something original these days. Hard to find someone who comes up with a great idea that they didn't find on pinterest first. Well after letting Grey pick out a book to read yesterday, and he brought over…