Introducing My New eBook – Blog Design Elements of Success

Blog Design Elements of Success eBook by Mel Lockcuff

Today's the day! I'm launching my new eBook, Blog Design Elements of Success: How to Make Your Blog Stand Out. This book has been a long time coming, and I'm so excited that I can finally share it with you. Just a little bit of background.... Blog Design Elements of Success was born out of a desire to help bloggers grow and succeed. In my Read More... {Read More...}

Slow Cooker Recipe – Green Beans, Potatoes, and Sausages

Fresh Green Beans, Potatoes, and Sausages

Last week I headed to the local farmer's market to find some fresh eats. Our garden is just starting to produce, so I love visiting the market and getting a few things I can't quite get out of my garden yet. I have a couple of favorite vendors I love to buy from, one being an older gentleman who always has the best potatoes, green beans, tomatoes, Read More... {Read More...}

Back to School with OshKosh B’gosh Fall Trends, Coupon and Giveaway

Back to School with OshKosh B'gosh Fall Trends - MamaBuzz

With the end of summer soon to be here (how did it go so quickly?!), millions of parents everywhere are getting ready for that busy time of year, the back to school season. Even though we homeschool, we still have a lot to prepare for, as well. I usually do take time around the end of the summer season to go through the boys' clothes and put away Read More... {Read More...}

Get Road Trip Ready in 10 Easy Steps – A Printable Checklist

Get Road Trip Ready in 10 Easy Steps - Tips and Printable Checklist from MamaBuzz #WalmartAuto

'Tis the season for a good road trip! Some day, my family will be climbing and maneuvering the switchbacks of Mount Evans in Colorado. We can hardly wait to climb above the clouds again and watch the sun set from above 14,000 feet. That's not all. The place we're staying says the only way in during winter is to have 4wd; thank goodness for warm, Read More... {Read More...}

Notes from a Garden in July

Lessons learned from a garden - Garden trellis for beans and peas

The world can be a hard place to be at times. Sometimes the conspiracy theorist in me wonders if I would be able to make it without electricity, without running water, without the everyday comforts of home that I'm used to. When we planted our garden this year, we were somewhat learning as we go. Sure, we'd both had gardens before, but we were both Read More... {Read More...}