In my younger years, I went on a quest to gather as many family recipes that I could. This recipe was given to me by my Dad’s sister, Aunt Emma, years ago. It was her mother’s recipe. I’ve tweaked it a little bit, but it’s basically my Grandma’s recipe. Enjoy!
I don’t like filing. There’s no other way to say it. The file drawer looks wonderful at the beginning of the year, but by the middle of the year, the files get messy & when you’re in a hurry, it’s hard to find the things that you’re looking for. When they become disorganized & you can’t find things, tempers become short & pressure builds. I’ve been known to have more than one panic attack because of these disorganized files. There had to be a better way.
I’ve always liked binders. I think I got hooked on them when I was in college. Each class had it’s own color coded binder with all of the relevant subcategories. Because of these binders, I never had an assignment that I couldn’t find, I always found my notes for upcoming tests & I always knew where my reference material was. It was organized & I felt comfortable with it. This is how the ‘light bulb’ came on. I would organize my household files into binders.
I have been so busy lately. Summer is getting close to an end & the holiday season will be here before you know it. Most of this Summer has been spent working on my very long to-do list. (Most of those projects are home decor/repair projects) Finishing projects that have been on my to-do list is exhausting but so fulfilling. A few of those projects started with a trip to the Goodwill & Michaels Arts & Crafts. Many of the projects that you will see in the upcoming weeks will include what I found at these two stores.