Monthly Archives: November 2014


DiY Fabric Pumpkins12

DiY Fabric Pumpkins: A Last Minute Centerpiece for Thanksgiving 9

I know most people are out there looking at Christmas decor, recipes, and gifts. Well, I am determined not to skip over Thanksgiving quite yet. My little ones and I settled in for an hour of making pumpkins! We had a great time sewing and decorating these little guys to get ready for Thanksgiving. In […]


Small Things Take Up the Most Space

The Power of the Small 17

I have been thinking this week about small things. Little things. Salt. Yeast. A thank you. A hug. You see, I truly believe that greatness is not made of one huge endeavor or success. Greatness comes from many, many acts of small and seemingly insignificant efforts. Like adding salt to your meal. Like adding yeast […]


The Gratitude Jar

One Thing You Can Do to Be More Grateful Today! Free Printable 20

I know that November is the month of gratitude, and if you stick around here long enough, you will find that I talk about gratitude a lot! I think it is because it is one of my strengths. It hasn’t always been, and I have to work on it regularly. I know that when I […]


Treasure Hunt for Gratitude

A Treasure Hunt for Gratitude 6

Can you believe November is here? Wow! What happened October? Where did it go? I have felt time slipping by so fast lately. Yesterday, I had the opportunity to go and speak at a Women’s Forum. Gail Miller (wife of the late Larry Miller of the Utah Jazz) was the keynote speaker and they had several […]