Archives for July 2015

12 Ways to Support a Failing Parent + Free Psalm 91 Word Art

12 Ways to Support a Failing Parent + Free Psalm 91 Word Art

It's Coming - Get Prepared {scroll to the end for the free Psalm 91 Word Art}  Most will experience one or more parent's decline in health, whether it be mental, physical or both. You can't be 100% prepared, but perhaps my 12 tips borne from personal experience can help make your journey easier.   When it comes your turn, I hope you will be able to say, "I got this."   I'll wait while you go grab some coffee - this is a long one...   {1} When Things Get Tough... Watch and wait for the moment you must step in and reverse roles with your mother. She has taken care of you her whole life but will eventually need you to start taking care of her. You both will know when Continue reading

Is there something you want? FREE WORD ART

Is there something you want? FREE WORD ART

I designed a word art for my DIY Blogger Connect buddies. I'm sharing it with you today. Feel free to download and print it, my gift to you. Just click the wording below and save.   --->  If You Want Something - free word art   If you are interested in joining our Facebook DIY Blogger Connect group, either contact me and leave your DIY website and email address or leave your information in a comment. You must be a DIY blogger to join. Thanks! I LINK TO THESE GREAT PARTIES Continue reading

DIY Tub Tile Installation – Guest Post by Ben Lamm

DIY Tub Tile Installation – Guest Post by Ben Lamm

How To Install Tile Around A Shower or Tub   Does your shower or tub surround look tired or out-of-date? A new tile surround adds an instant update and increases the value of your home. Fortunately, this is a project that you can do yourself if you know the method and have the right tools. I decided to ‘try this at home’ and the results were impressive - if I may say so myself!   Here’s a step-by-step guide of how I tackled the project:   Step 1: We Planned the Project Before we began, we needed to decide what tiles we wanted and how many we needed. Traditional 4-inch square tiles and larger subway tiles in neutral shades of white or gray never go out of style, so that was one option. We also Continue reading