Beauty is a big business, but I’m glad I never got in on the ground floor. It’s expensive, and being a Frugal Momster for almost the past decade it would’ve been a huge cost that didn’t fit our lifestyle. Since I never was into beauty products, luckily, I had no hard cuts removing it. Continue reading…
This entire process has been somewhat life-changing for me. While I planned to hide away for a few months and take time for me, I have learned a lot about my body in 3 short weeks.
I can understand why Kelly is excited to help others through the program. I have felt a lot better, more energetic, and a lot less inflamed. A few things dawned on me as well…
I’ve gotten a bit crazy about crocheting lately, so I’ve decided to open up an Etsy shop to see if there is any interest in the items I make.
Mostly, I crochet to give as gifts, but oftentimes I find myself crocheting items just to learn something new and try it out. I recently came across these beautiful Messy Bun Hats from RepeatCrafterMe and I just love them! I made 3 this week while off, and I posted one online if you’re interested. Check out my new shop for new items at katenesi.com/etsy
I didn’t get a chance to take an “official” photo of the duckling hat I made for my brand new nephew. I gave it to my sister-in-law at the beginning of November for her sprinkle. I had to work it up quick to get it ready in time!
It turned out a little big, but her kiddos always grow super fast. So, I hope he’ll get to wear it this winter, if not he should definitely fit into it by next fall and winter.
My niece Ayla has such a soft, gentle, and unique personality. She was the original reason I wanted to get the crochet books and try my hand at making a hat.