One of the biggest complaints I’ve been hearing recently, from family and friends, is the boredom of being stuck at home all day every day. Stay-at-home orders are no joke, and if you’re finding yourself dragged down by cabin fever, you’re not alone. I’ll admit, as Covid-19 drags on, it’s getting to me as well.
It’s been a while since I’ve posted on this blog. Though I started 2019 strong, by the end of the year I was tapering out. I took some time away from the blog to reconsider what I was writing about and evaluate some things with my husband. Ultimately, we decided that, while the title Bringing
Before I talk about my instant pot vegan boiled dinner, let me apologize for the lack of content this past month. I’m not abandoning Bringing Up Babyface. March was just a little crazy in our household. What did March entail? Let’s see… Babyface got sick! She had a 101-degree fever and spent a whole weekend
Last month, I kicked off my 12 Months to Cleanliness challenge with a daily decluttering challenge that aimed to reduce the amount of crapola hanging out in my house. My dining room table is covered in items that are ready to be shipped off to Goodwill (I’ll offer a full analysis of how that challenge
Christmas is my favorite holiday, but if you’re anything like me, it always ends the same way: With my living room piled with new things I have no room for because my house is stacked ceiling-to-floor with old things I don’t actually need. So, I’m starting this cleaning challenge with something that I hope will lessen that anxiety: a daily purge to declutter my home.
Let’s be real: No matter how many books you read or vlogs you watch, the learning curve for a first-time parent is still steep. While you will ask plenty of questions of your own mother, your mother-in-law, your friends, and your pediatrician, there are other things you want to know the answer to without consulting
Though I’ve been freelancing for a little over a year now and have made a pretty good name for myself, it’s no secret that when it comes to both blogging and vlogging, I’m a relative amateur. That’s okay! Everyone starts somewhere, and I, for one, relish the challenge of learning some new crafts. Like anyone