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Off Grid Conversions

Deciding how basic you would like to go off-grid is a very personal decision and different for everyone. I have some neighbors that have a gas generator and use propane (cooking and heating) while others operate 100% off their solar generators and wood stoves. The answer for what "works" for you will vary, based on … Continue reading Off Grid Conversions

Books I LOVE

Some great books to get your mind thinking: 1984 by George Orwell - Have always loved this book! To think this was written/published in 1949 about what the future would be like - Big Brother is watching you. Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury Make you Laugh out Loud: Confessions of a Shopaholic by Sophia Kinsella … Continue reading Books I LOVE

Virtually Paint Your Room/House

Originally posted December 8, 2015 So my husband and I wanted to paint our house completely different colors than the current blue and gray-blue. We wanted more neutral colors and I was really unsure if the colors that I was thinking in my mind would look good in real life. So I went to the … Continue reading Virtually Paint Your Room/House

Fabric Filter Mask (with nose piece and T-shirt ties)

If I can do this, YOU CAN TOO! I am a big believer in DIY and use what you already have before buying more. I wanted to create a face mask with resources that I already have, instead of going out to buy more. As well as, creating a nose sleeve/piece where a paper clip … Continue reading Fabric Filter Mask (with nose piece and T-shirt ties)

Seize the Day! Daily Planner PDF

Seize the Day Daily Planner So during this isolation, it has been VERY easy for hours to pass by with not getting anything that was truly productive done. Sooooo, with that being said, I put together a Seize the Day! Daily Planner to help me by more focused and to also hold myself accountable to … Continue reading Seize the Day! Daily Planner PDF

Exercise in Isolation

So with most businesses shut down and some are experiencing cabin fever in their own homes, exercise and sunshine is important. I know all may not be in a situation to go out and get some fresh air so I put together a list of exercises that have been keeping me sane and safe inside: … Continue reading Exercise in Isolation

Life could be so simple…

...if we allow it. One of the many things that I reminded of whenever I go out to my little cabin in the woods is that you don't need a lot to get by, survive or even thrive in life. It is so easy to get caught up in the things that you want, or … Continue reading Life could be so simple…

Off-Grid Sink

For our little dry cabin, I REALLY wanted a sink and a medicine where I could brush my teeth, take out my contacts, and even do my hair. My neighbors/friends use a 12v water pump connected to their battery in order to have a full functioning faucet. Basically the faucet draws water from a fresh … Continue reading Off-Grid Sink

Trader Joe’s Instant Coffee Packet Review

So, the hubby and and I are going to be backpacking the Tahoe Rim Trail this Fall and I am prepping with getting our meals together, etc. I have had a variety of instant coffees; however, most are not individuality packaged. I like Starbucks coffee but it is kinda expensive for the amount that we … Continue reading Trader Joe’s Instant Coffee Packet Review