It’s the Little Things #184

Happy Friday to you! We are in our first full week of school and I feel like I am slowly getting used to the hustle and bustle of the mornings and afternoons while making the most of the downtime while the kids are at school. We have had a great week and are officially in the groove of the school year. 

I came across some fun finds for you this week, including a chai concentrate from Cassy Joy over at Fed and Fit that I am looking forward to making as well as some fall container garden ideas from Midwest Living. I love the look and cohesiveness of the board game organization from Thirty Handmade Days and am thinking about how we could utilize this in our home. Lastly, be sure to check out my new Fall playlist over on Spotify. I am loving it!

I know that it is not quite fall, but I can’t help but be excited to try this homemade chai concentrate from Fed and Fit.

via Fed and Fit

Now is just about the time that some of the annuals in our pots are starting to peter out. I am looking forward to swapping out and adding some touches of fall thanks to these fall container ideas from Midwest Living.

via Midwest Living

We love a good board game in our family and have amassed a small collection of them over the years. I am intrigued by this system from Thirty Handmade Days. So smart!

via Thirty Handmade Days

I was on the Rachel Cruze Show this week!  Rachel and I talk about all things cleaning and saving money on her latest episode – One Routine That Can Save You Time and Money. Check it out on YouTube here or listen where you get your podcasts!

I shared my new Fall playlist on the blog this week and I am loving the calm, quiet music as the seasons change and our home is a bit quieter. 

Clean Mama’s Fall Playlist

A couple Clean Mama items you won’t want to miss and couple dates to save!

Save the Dates:
Goodbye Summer Sale – September 1-5
Watch for more info soon – Whole Home Reset COURSE! – September 9-17

Shop Paper Goods here


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