Posts Tagged ‘how do you do it’

The 10 Commandments of Family Roadtrips

Taking a family roadtrip this summer for vacation? If you're worried about it being the worst idea ever, I'm here to change your mind. And lend you my earplugs.

We’ve been taking car trips with our kids since birth. Mostly, that makes people question our sanity. Trust me, when we were in hour 36 of last summer’s vacation from Texas to California and back, I thought the same thing. Sometimes we have banner days and sometimes we swear off ever doing another road trip…

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The Best of 2016

I always love the “best of” lists people write: best photos, best blog posts, best recipes, best everything. It’s such a glimpse into life, isn’t it? 2016 was beautiful, and hard, just like most years. With age, I’m starting to truly understand that no year is perfect, rather it’s our perspective that changes. We learn…

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6 Tips to Be a Better Blogger

Looking for ways to connect with your blogging audience? These 6 tips will help with blog content, taking great photos, utilizing social media like Pinterest and managing your time.

Geeking out a tiny bit on blogging resources today. I’ve gotten lots of emails in the inbox lately about, “Hey, Kathryn, how do you do …”? Here are my responses for all of you. Yes, some of these are affiliate links. But, I really do love and stand behind them! TAKING BETTER PHOTOS: Shultz Photo…

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A Sure-Fire Way to Get an Awesome Family Photo

A sure-fire way to get the "perfect" family photo in the Texas bluebonnets.

I do the hard work so you don’t have to. Bluebonnets have been blooming in Central Texas for weeks. And. They. Are. Gorgeous. We tried to take photos a few weeks ago, but we were just too early. Basically, the planner in me planned too early. Hazard of being Type A. I even contemplated taking…

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HDYDI: Wrap a Present Like a Pro

Love to wrap presents for Christmas, birthdays or other celebrations? This easy pictorial step-by-step guide will make you look like a pro!

One of the coolest perks of growing up in a family of jewelers? Learning how to wrap a package like a pro. A few <ahem> decades ago, my grandparents owned a small jewelry store in Pecos, Texas. My uncle now has his own in El Paso. My grandmother taught me how to wrap a present,…

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