How to Avoid Being a Lazy Slob When You Work From Home

It's been almost three months since I became a full-time work from home employee (for my career, not my blog). In keeping it 100% honest with y'all, I'll admit I've been lazy AF. I've been productive on a business level and I've been far happier on a personal level but I've also been a total slob. I've done things I wouldn't have dreamed of doing when I had ... Read the Post

I became so lazy when I first became a work from home employee but now I've learned a few things that help me stay on track and maximize productivity. Some of these tips are super simple while others take a bit more dedication and determination but they are all totally doable. The best part? They will help you feel like a productive member of your work team and less like a lazy slob.

5 Laundromat Hacks That Make The Trip a Little Less Awful

Nothing screams, "You're an adult" more than finding yourself celebrating the arrival of a new washer and dryer. The apartment we rented in Atlanta included a washer and dryer but moving to Charleston meant that we needed to shell out for machines of our own. We ordered them three days before we moved with an expected arrival date two days after we arrived ... Read the Post

For one reason after another, our new appliances kept being delayed and we found ourselves having to make trip to the local laundromat over and over and over again. I don't know about you, but a trip to the laundromat is nowhere near the top of my "fun things to do on the weekend" list. Fortunately (or unfortunately, I guess), this wasn't our first foray into the world of laundromat use and we have a few laundromat hacks to make the trip a little less awful. 

The Must-Have Book Before Starting a Patio Garden

When I first started my patio garden I had very low expectations. I had purchased a few plants from Lowe's (mostly herbs and easy vegetables) and thought, "If I keep half of these alive, I'll call it a success!". Well, they all survived and we've been able to eat from our garden so it's definitely been a successful venture. Having fresh herbs to mix into a ... Read the Post

Starting a patio garden was one of the things at the top of my to-do list after moving to Charleston, WV. I finally had the outdoor space to grow my own vegetables and herbs so I started putting plants into pots during our first week here. In this post I'm sharing the item I consider at the top of my suggestions for anyone thinking about starting their own container garden. I can't imagine the mistakes I'd have made if I didn't have this resource guiding me.