So, I’m trying my hand at printables. I love free printables on Pinterest! I use them all the time and thought I would give it a go. Ever wonder how people make those free printables you see all over Pinterest? I found an easy solution to make a free spring printable using PicMonkey!
The time had come to make out my meal plan for the week and get my grocery list underway. I keep a magnetic notepad on the fridge where I write down any items I run out of or realize I need during the week. I went to grab this notepad to write out my list and noticed it has a picture of a snowman printed on all the pages. Winter is over and the snowman is no longer relevant “refrigerator decor” for at least the next 8 months. There has to be at least 40 or 50 pages left on this notepad. Hmm…with a little finger tap to the chin…I start thinking, I could always buy a new notepad but that’s an item I usually just happen to stumble across during random shopping trips. So, instead, I decided I would make up a cover page to add to the front of the notepad with some cute graphics that translate to anytime of the year and not just one particular season. I figured while I was at it, I could make up refill sheets and never have to stumble across those little notepads during shopping again! While I’m at it, I might as well share these printables with you!
It’s Spring Break in my neck of the woods! Dinners have been quick and the blog post are staying short this week. I made spaghetti last night since it is such a quick meal to get on the table after a day that had been very busy. I have always tried to gauge how much dry spaghetti noodles will be enough…I end up having to little or way to much. I got to thinking it would be nice to have a visual guide of how much dry spaghetti I need to boil up to get the right amount. Continue reading