pin there, done that vol. 1

household tips and tricks, storing produce, keeping produce fresh, kitchen tips

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Today, I’m taking one of my pins from board to reality.

You’ll be watching me in my unshowered, unkempt naturalness.  (I have no shame.)

Click on the link below the photo to view my very first installment of “Pin There, Done That.”

Until next time,

Sharon

I’m linking up at the fun Tuesday parties:

Busy Monday @ A Pinch of Joy

Country Homemaker Hop @ My Simple Country Living

Cowgirl Up @ 1 party at 4 blogs: Cedar Hill Ranch, The Farmhouse Porch, The Ivy Cottage, and Craft Texas Girls

Tutorial Tuesdays @ The Kurtz Korner

Tutorials and Tips Link Party @ Home Stories A to Z

Take it on Tuesday @ Romance on a Dime

Tell it to Me Tuesday @ Creatively Living

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After 17 years in an elementary classroom, Mrs. Hines retired from teaching to pursue her passions: decorating, writing and homemaking. While her formal education is in teaching, she discovered her talent for design at a young age and is a self-taught decorator. Mrs. Hines' DIY spirit has earned her appearances on the show Deals which airs on the Live Well Network. She continues to teach and inspire on her popular Lifestyle blog, Mrs. Hines' Class. Blogging allows Mrs. Hines to hone her natural skills as a writer and has led to the launch of The Write Touch, an online editorial service. Homemaking is Mrs. Hines' first love. So, when she isn't decorating or writing, you can find her at home watching television with Mr. Hines or trying to keep up with her teenaged daughter.

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Comments

  1. Hi there! I found you at Cheri’s blog hop. I am so glad I did! Love your Making A House A Home series! I leave my boxed Christmas tree out in its “natural state” too ;) I am your newest follower, will you follow me back? http://www.bargain-ista.com

  2. Thank you for the feedback on the series. I’m glad to know I’m not alone in leaving my tree in its natural state. I’m honored to have you following my blog. Welcome! I am now following Bargain-ista. You’re so right….style has nothing to do with the price tag.

  3. Fabulous! I love these little tips!

    Thanks for sharing! and what a fun idea….pin this, done that. I love it!

    –Katie
    @ Creatively Living

  4. Thanks for the encouragement, Katie! I really appreciate it.

  5. Every since I saw this on Pinterest and tried it, I have loved it!! It’s a great way to solve the green onions going bad problem. And it’s great to always have some on hand!

    Thanks for linking up to TIOT at Romance on a Dime!

  6. Thanks, Betsy! I was very happy to find this tip and thought so many others would find it beneficial. Happy to share.

  7. This was the first tip I found on pinterest that I tried too! Solved the problem of green onions going bad — always only need two or three for a recipe and the others in the bunch would spoil before I got to them again! Thanks so much for sharing on Busy Monday at A Pinch of Joy. Hope to see you again next week!

  8. Yeah, I really liked that tip. I cringe at the thought of wasting food. Thanks for hosting!

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