It’s a great week to stop picking your nose.

Remember the movie AIRPLANE where catastrophe upon catastrophe kept happening and Lloyd Bridges would intermittently pop up on screen to declare: “Looks like I picked the wrong week to quit smoking..” then “looks like I picked the wrong week to quit drinking..” and then “looks like I picked the wrong week to stop sniffing glue!”…

Organizing- The Ultimate Psychological Cleanse.

I need to recalculate the frequency of my organizational efforts at home. At the moment,   I would classify these events as major, infrequent, almost seasonal undertakings- like laying fresh mulch or cleaning the gutters. In reality, organizing should be more like getting my roots colored.. not an every day occurrence, but certainly not an…

Happy New Year!

Down here in Florida, you can always tell who cuts their own grass- it’s healthier and thicker and much less prone to bug infestations, diseases and fungi. When you hire a landscaping service, they just drive their mowers over lawn after lawn  spreading weeds and other nasties from yard to yard all over town. It’s…

New Decade-New Phone-New Life?

It was a Black Friday deal so we jumped on it and that new I-phone 11 has been sitting, unopened, in its box on my dresser ever since. What’s the problem? My old phone is the problem, I have THOUSANDS upon THOUSANDS of photos..too many videos of our adorable dog..too many pictures of different tile…

Challenging “default thinking.”

Our beautiful, new quartz countertops were installed last week.  The foreman used a Simple Green solution to clean them off.. again and again and again but he just could not get rid of the streaks. Concerned, he called the company and they sent out a representative. To our utter surprise, the man pulled out a clean,…

Screw it!

Originally posted on Color & Light for your Life:
The Wine Industry is slowly…slowly giving up on cork. Study after study is proving that screw- caps are a better option than traditional cork for preserving the integrity of wine.  Cork tops are known for a (not insignificant) percentage of failure or disintegration that can lead…