The answer is "Yes!" You need a Virtual Private Network. Fortunately, they are not expensive and are easy to use. This post contains affiliate links. Should you choose to purchase via these links I will receive a small commission. This will not increase the cost of your purchase. Thank you! The internet was not created … Continue reading Virtual Private Network – Do you need one?
Guest post by Rae Steinbach freelance editor for Jetty- renters insurance designed for modern life. A follow up to my post on downsizing Rae is a graduate of Tufts University with a combined International Relations and Chinese degree. After spending time living and working abroad in China, she returned to NYC to pursue her career … Continue reading Why You Should Encourage Your Kids to Get Renters Insurance
Waffles are one of my favorite breakfast treats. A few years ago I bought a Cuisinart waffle maker to make my own. Freezing the extras is a great way to have fast waffles anytime. After much experimenting, I have 2 delicious, reliable waffle recipes to share. Waffle maker. Uses about 1/3 cup batter per square. … Continue reading 2 Delicious, Reliable Waffle Recipes
I am sharing my kitchen renovation before and after. Other than some painting this was not a DIY project. I know my limits. December 2017 I moved into a town house. I looked at a number of them in the area. Some had been beautifully renovated. One, in particular, had a beautiful open kitchen but … Continue reading Kitchen Renovation – Before and After
Having the desire to do holiday baking and having the time to do it do not always work out. These quick and tasty Gingerbread Muffins make the most of your limited time to bake. I found the original recipe on Made to be a Momma. They are very good and I approve of the buttermilk … Continue reading Quick and Tasty Gingerbread Muffins