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I used to do Wednesday Weigh-ins, back when I was focused on losing weight/maintaining weight. I haven't really focused on it for a long time and I've been debating with myself about where to go from here (as far as my weight is concerned, I mean).
I'm not happy with my body right now--I am just not comfortable at this size. I will be completely fine if I never get back down to my "goal weight" again, but I really would like to feel comfortable in my own skin. That would probably be at or under...

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Yikes--I'm late getting this posted. I'm just trying to get it up before midnight! It was gorgeous here today--it actually hit 80 degrees--and the day just flew by.
Thank you so much to those of you that sent in transformation photos for Transformation Tuesday! Please keep them coming so I can keep posting this series. It's inspiring to see all the transformations :)
My husband updated our fireplace a few years ago. The new tile looks so much better than the red brick! Funny, he now manages a...

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Yesterday, I saw a meme on Facebook and it pushed all sorts of buttons with me--I don't have a lot of pet peeves, but one of them is absolutely this when it comes to texting:

I can't stand the "type b" person's texting style. I drives me crazy when I am texting someone who sends several in a row instead of one long one. I'm a super slow texter (I use one finger on my small iPhone 6 and I can't help but correct spelling/grammar when I make a mistake) so when someone texts me, I'll start a...

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Affirmators! are cards with positive affirmations written on them. My friend John sent me a deck of them and I've been drawing one from the deck each Sunday. I hang it on my bathroom mirror to keep it in the front of my mind and try to work on that topic through the week. That's what this Affirmators! post series is about.
Last week, the card I drew was "Joy". I wrote about why this is a little unrealistic (basically trying to force joyfulness when you just don't feel it) but I've been...

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I'm excited to finally be able to make this! I have seen several recipes in the heritage cookbooks that call for "graham flour". And some recipes say to "serve with graham bread". I didn't know what that was, so I did some research.
Graham flour is just whole wheat flour, but very coarsely ground. It's about as rustic a flour as you can buy. It was developed by Sylvester Graham in the early 1830's (and yes, it is commonly used to make graham crackers--although, the early graham crackers were...

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Normally, I just post photos on Friday night--pictures I took throughout the week but didn't really have a reason to post. When I looked through the photos on my phone today, I realized I hadn't taken any photos this week other than the ones relating to the furniture I was working on refinishing.
We moved the furniture from the garage into the house today, so I figured I'd just post some photos of the makeover.
I found these pieces of furniture on Facebook Marketplace--a TV console and a coffee...

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Happy April Fools' Day! I looked up one little bit of information about April Fools' Day for the post I was going to write about today (nothing special) and fell down a rabbit hole of famous pranks through the years. I thought it would be fun to share some of those instead. These are some that stood out to me...

This one cracks me up, because it's a burn to the people that love to comment on and share links to articles on social media when they clearly haven't even read the story. In 2014, NPR...

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