• Need a gift? Need a LOW COST gift because you’re cheap, broke or don’t know the person well? …Or all of the above?

    I happen to make jewelry. Jewelry that I would want to buy and wear. Jewelry that my friends seem to like, is simple and classic. Quality jewelry designs that are tested and true. Take a peek at my Etsy shop etsy.com/shop/resiheart and let me know if you see a piece that you are interested in. Chakra stones, birthstones, bridal sets, personalized pieces… if you don’t see what you have in mind just holler. New items are posted all the time and custom orders are welcome!

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  • Cut the Chemicals

    Joey from Full House comes to mind with his famous “Cut. It. Out!” accompanied by the series of hand gestures everyone knew and did along with him every Friday night in the late 80s. Today I’m gonna give you my take on the loads of chemicals we encounter everyday and give you some ways to cut back. Every product we touch throughout the day is so over processed and jammed full of unnecessary (potentially hazardous) ingredients. Let’s at least try to buy items that are made of good, wholesome ingredients that we can pronounce. The change doesn’t have to happen overnight, take it one product at a time as it…

  • How to Zazz up a Book Shelf in 3 Easy Steps!

    Paint an old tired book shelf. It can be one you’ve had around or that was passed down to you and doesn’t fit your style, it can be a yard sale score or it can be one you pick up at a thrift store like this beauty. When I first laid eyes on her I knew only she could support the mass amount of books that my child has collected. I am happy my kid is a reader but there was nowhere to house her precious pages and God forbid I suggest letting any of them go to new homes. However I happened to underestimate the sheer size of Bertha…

  • How to Hang a Gallery Wall in 3 Easy Steps!

    1. Choose your pieces and frames. I went with a collection of my husband’s charcoal drawings and black frames for the end of our main hallway. Grouped together they make a dramatic statement and the hallway showcases the impromptu punch of rock star cool perfectly. Keeping all the frames one color allows the art and photos to tell their story. Incorporate unexpected items like the driftwood or vinyl record shapes that make people stop on the way to the bathroom to look. Along the bottom I choose to add three retro clipboards to hang my children’s artwork, sweet notes and reminders. Changing these occasionally keeps the arrangement from getting stagnant.…