This sweet potato gnocchi is both gluten-free and paleo and topped with a delicious sage walnut pesto. It's the perfect hearty and savory meal for fall and I think ...
Tips No. 265. How to throw a party in a small living room?You have a small living room, but you love throwing parties. Don’t let a small space hold you back! Be creative and use your space in a unique way. Prevent excess clutter during the party and keep everything under control.a. Rearrange your furniture. A living room with the furniture moved out of the way can make a great space for your party.b. A creative mindset. In terms of seating plan, you should be creative. You can use folding chairs, poufs, pillows, etc.c. Buffet style. Serve appetizers on large platters and arrange them on your coffee table and other countertops. You can serve beverages on stylish rolling carts. Try to utilize every available surface such as a console and shelves.Choose the right lighting, throw a smile, and you will throw the most glamorous party ever!
Tips No. 271. Let’s play the "Cut clutter game"!This is a special challenge for you. And for your kids, too. After explaining of the decluttering process, go from intention to realization. Here is a step-by-step guide for decluttering children’s room.a. Toss and put away: Use trash and recycle boxes or bags. Toss everything that are missing important parts or that are broken. You should decide together with your kids. You can create the "not sure" box but decide as soon as possible.b. Cleaning: Use this opportunity to dust, vacuum and wipe down furniture. It’s a good idea to involve your kids in cleaning their room.c. Divide and conquer: To achieve the best results, you can divide children’s room into several main zones. These are 1) the sleeping zone, 2) study zone, 3) the entertaining zone, and 4) the grooming zone.
Tips No. 283. Quick ideas for organizing crafts supplies.Install a peg rack on the back of a closet door for an extra space storage. It can hold tools such ribbons, spools of thread, and so on. This trick will free up kids’ space for work so that kids can neatly store their crafts supplies.