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Awesome Jamba Juice Coupon!

If you love Jamba Juice you are going to love this! Sign up for Jamba Juice updates and you get a coupon that gets you a size Sixteen Jamba Juice of your choice for only $2.00! That's almost 50% off most smoothies people! Just wanted to share this with you all, and I'll be sure to share any other cool deals I find with you. So ... see more >>

Kitchen Renovation Day 6 – Bathroom Cabinet Turned Food Pantry

Home Remodel Time Before I start this post, I want to remind you about Domestic Mamma's Awesome Giveaway. So head on over and check it out stat! Now on to our Kitchen Renovation. I forgot. Before we broke down the second wall in our kitchen (or third or fourth wall, depending on how you look at it), I decided to take the custom ... see more >>

Awesome Giveaway at Domestic Mamma

Vicki at Domestic Mamma is doing a fabulous giveaway for April! Head on over there right now and see what it's all about! She's been working hard at getting together this giveaway with the people at Style Tread and Threads & Style! They are each giving away a $200 voucher (that's $400 total) to the lucky winner of the ... see more >>

Feedburner is Gone

Taking Care of Business UPDATE: Feedburner still works. Don't know why there were announcements I saw that Feedburner was going away. It still works. But I still use MailChimp for rss feed signups and notifications of new blog posts :) For those of you who don't already know, Google is axing Feedburner, which was the feed reader ... see more >>

Kitchen Renovation Day 5 – Search and Destroy

Home Remodel Time I thought I'd start this post off with the temperature it was on Kitchen Renovation Day 5. Yep. 100 degrees. Nice and cool for a demo day. Break out the hammers. First we had to take down the cabinets, range hood, etc. Next it was time to destroy the walls: It was really weird to be able ... see more >>

Why Not Go Solar?

The other day I read a comment on an article about finding new ways to create energy so we wouldn't have to use oil. One comment was more about how to reduce the use of electricity. He said if there was a new law that was passed that all new buildings built had to run on solar energy, that would solve a lot of future problems our world ... see more >>

Kitchen Renovation Day 4

Home Remodel Time On Day Four of renovating the kitchen, Kyle put on the roof (not roofing material, just the plywood part) on most of the bare roof framing. We also started on the house siding. First we had to put up/staple the black felt paper on the studs. You have to start from the bottom up so that your flashing opening is at the ... see more >>

What I Think About Polished Concrete

Today, let's talk about concrete. Okay, so do I mean concrete concrete, like the kind we walk on outside, or am I talking about the cool stuff like concrete flooring and countertops for the house? I'm talking about the good ol' stuff that makes a modern industrial rustic look for the interior of your house (or even your office). We ... see more >>

Kitchen Renovation Day 3

Home Remodel Time On Day Three of renovating the kitchen, Kyle built the framing for the roof. Without the flash: With the flash: So at this point the roof framing is attached to the existing structure and the new structure. The new roof-line now goes straight across the whole top of the house, so it looks a lot more cohesive ... see more >>

Kitchen Demolition and Renovation Day Two

Home Remodel Time Click here to see Kitchen Demolition Day One where we destroyed the pantry. On Day Two, Kyle created the framing of the new side of the kitchen: In this pic you can see me peeking out from the upstairs window, hehe!: First Kyle built the walls by himself each individually on the ground. Then we ... see more >>